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Crime: True Crime





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Author Title Edition Format Price Puborg
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) MATHIAS KEYS: Executed on Kennington Common, 6th of September, 1751, for Highway Robbery 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) MATTHEW CLARKE: Executed for murder, 28th July, 1721 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) MATTHEW HENDERSON: Executed in Oxford Street, 25th of February, 1746, for murdering his Mistress, Lady Dalrymp 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) MATTHIAS BRINSDEN: Executed for killing his wife 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) MICHAEL SHIPMAN: Tried & convicted for administering drugs to a young lady, for an infamous purpose, 1818 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) MICHAEL VAN BERGHEN, CATHERINE VAN BERGHEN & DROMELIUS, THEIR SERVANT, PUBLICANS: Executed 10th of July, 1700, 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) MICHAEL WALKER, RICHARD PAYNE & ROBERT COX: Executed opposite Smart's Buildings, Holborn, London, 18th of Dece 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) MICHAEL WHITING: Methodist Preacher, sentenced to Death for poisoning his Two Brothers-in-Law, with an Intent 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) MOLL HAWKINS: A "Question Lay" Thief, whose End was at Tyburn, on 22nd of December, 1703 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) MOLL JONES: Who became a Shoplifter for Love of her Husband. Executed at Tyburn 18th of December, 1691 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) MOLL RABY: Who robbed many Houses, & was hanged at Tyburn on 3rd of November, 1703 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) MORGAN PHILLIPS: Executed for murder, robbery & arson, 5th April 1778 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) MOSES DRAYNE: Ostler, hanged at Brentwood in 1667 for the Murder (by a Chelmsford Innkeeper & his Family some 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) MOSES MORAVIA & JOHN MANOURY: Convicted at the Old Bailey, 27th of June, 1752, for sinking a Ship & swindling 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) Mr BARETTI: An Italian, who was indicted for the wilful Murder of Evan Morgan, & acquitted 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) MRS MARY RIDDING: A Captain's Wife, who was sent to Prison for stealing a Child, 28th of August, 1819 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) MUNGO CAMPBELL: A Gentleman, who was convicted of killing the Earl of Eglinton, & to avoid an Ignominious Deat 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) NATHANIEL HAWES: Highwayman, who underwent Torture for the Sake of his Honour. Executed at Tyburn, 21st of Dec 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) NATHANIEL JACKSON: Highwayman, executed at Tyburn, on the 18th of July, 1722 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) NATHANIEL LILLEY, JAMES MARTIN, MARY BRIANT, WILLIAM ALLEN, & JOHN BUTCHER: Convicted of Returning from Transp 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) NATHANIEL PARKHURST, ESQ.: Executed for the Murder of Lewis Pleura, 20th May, 1715 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) NED BONNET: Took to the Highway because he was ruined by a Fire. Executed at Cambridge Castle in March, 1713 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) NED WICKS: Highway Robber, executed at Warwick Jail in 1713 for Robbery 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) NICHOL BROWN: Executed for the murder of his wife, August 14th, 1754 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) NICHOLAS HORNER: A Minister's Son who turned Highwayman, & was executed 3rd of April, 1719 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) NICHOLAS MOONEY & JOHN JONES: Executed at Bristol, May 24, 1752, for highway robbery 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) NORMAN ROSS: A footman, executed at Edinburgh, January 8, 1751, for murdering his mistress 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) OLD MOBB: A Highwayman who took to cheating the Citizens of London. Executed 30th of May, 1690 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) PATRICK BOURKE & GEORGE ELLIS: Executed at Tyburn, 20th of February, 1745, for Sheep-Stealing 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) PATRICK CARROLL: Executed 18th of May, 1835, for Murder. Origin of the Central Criminal Court 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) PATRICK FLEMMING: An Irish Highwayman who held Sway near the Bog of Allen and, after numerous Murders, was exe 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) PATRICK M'CARTY: Executed at the bottom of Bow Street, Covent Garden, Westminster, 24th of October, 1760, for 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) PATRICK M'DONALD: A Poor Boy, convicted at the Old Bailey of stealing, & presented with a Deluge of Shillings 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) PATRICK O'BRYAN: Hanged once for Highway Robbery, but lived to rob & murder the Man for whom he had been execu 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) PATRICK OGILVIE & CATHARINE NAIRN: Convicted of Murder. Ogilvie hanged 13th November, 1765, but Nairn escaped 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) PAUL LEWIS: An Officer of the Royal Navy, who became a Highwayman, & was executed at Tyburn, 4th of May, 1763 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) PAUL TIERNEY: A Traitor, executed August 30, 1754, for enlisting Englishmen to serve the enemy 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) PEI: A captured & liberated negro, tried for the murder & cannibalism of Zongobia, another captured negro slav 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) PETER ANNET: Convicted & pilloried for Blaspheming, in Michaelmas Term, 1762 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) PETER CONWAY & MICHAEL RICHARDSON: Executed at Tyburn, 19th of July, 1770, for a Murder which was their first 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) PETER LE MAITRE: Convicted, 7th of March, 1777, of robbing the Ashmolean Museum at Oxford 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) PETER M'CLOUD: Hanged for Housebreaking, on 27th of May, 1771, before lie had attained the Age of Sixteen 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) PETER M'KINLIE, GEORGE GIDLEY, ANDREW ZEKERMAN, & RICHARD ST. QUINTIN: Executed for Piracy & Murder, December 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) PETER PATTISON: Executed at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 5th of October, 1761, for being concerned in a Riot at Hexham 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) PHILIP HAINES & MARY CLARKE: Executed at Leicester for the murder of Mr. John Clarke, March 1821 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) PHILIP NICHOLSON: Executed on Pennenden Heath, August 23, 1813, for the Murder of Mr & Mrs Bonar 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) PHILIP ROCHE: Executed on 5th of August, 1723, for many Murders on the High Seas & Piracy 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) PHILIP STANSFIELD, SON OF SIR JAMES STANSFIELD: Executed 15th of February, 1688, for the Murder of his Father 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) PHILIP STOFFEL & CHARLES KEPPEL: Guilt of Murder disclosed by a Prisoner's Ignorance of Spelling, 1823 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) PHILIP, EARL OF PEMBROKE & MONTGOMERY: Tried for the Murder of Nathaniel Cony by his Brother Peers in 1678 & f 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) PRIVATE HALES: Pitiful Scene in an Attempt to hang him at Jersey 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) REBECCA HOWARD: Executed at Norwich, 27th of August, 1797, for the Murder of her Illegitimate Child 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) RENWICK WILLIAMS: Commonly called "The Monster." Convicted 13th Of December, 1790, of a brutal & wanton Assaul 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) REV. WILLIAM PAUL Executed at Tyburn, July 18, 1716, for High Treason 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) RICHARD ARMITAGE & C. THOMAS: Clerks in the Bank of England, executed before Newgate, 24th of June, 1811, for 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) RICHARD BUTLER: Executed at Tyburn, February 10, 1751, for forgery 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) RICHARD CARPENTER: Convicted at the Lent Assizes, 1785, Hampshire, of forging Seamen's Wills & executed at Win 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) RICHARD COLEMAN: Who was executed on Kennington Common, in Surrey, 12th of April, 1749, for a Murder he did no 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) RICHARD CORDUY: Imprisoned Two Years in Chelmsford Jail for robbing the Royal Forest at Waltham of Six Pieces 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) RICHARD FAULKNER: A Boy, executed at Wisbech, in 1810, for the Murder of another Lad of Twelve Years of Age 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) RICHARD FERGUSON: "Galloping Dick," convicted at the Lent Assizes, 1800, at Aylesbury, & executed for a Highwa 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) RICHARD GASCOIGNE Executed at Tyburn, May 25; 1716, for High Treason 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) RICHARD HAYWOOD: A Violent & Hardened Sinner, who was executed along with John Tennant, before Newgate, 30th o 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) RICHARD HUGHES: Executed at Tyburn, May 18, 1757, for forgery 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) RICHARD NOBLE Executed at Kingston, March 28, 1713, For the Murder of Mrs. Sayer 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) RICHARD OAKEY, JOHN LEVEY, & MATTHEW FLOOD: Executed at Tyburn, on the 23rd of February, 1723, for robbery 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) RICHARD OWEN: Convicted of Cross-Dropping, & sentenced to Transportation, at the Old Bailey, January Sessions, 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) RICHARD PARKER: The Chief of the Mutineers in the British Fleet. Executed at the Yardarm of L'Espion Man-of-Wa 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) RICHARD PARVIN, EDWARD ELLIOT, ROBERT KINGSHELL, HENRY MARSHALL, EDWARD PINK, JOHN PINK & JAMES ANSELL: The "W 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) RICHARD PATCH: Executed on the Top of the New Prison, in the Borough of Southwark, 8th of April, 1806, for Mur 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) RICHARD PAYNE & JOHN MALONEY: Convicted, October Sessions, 1811, at the Old Bailey, & sentenced to Death, for 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) RICHARD SAVAGE, ESQ. (THE CELEBRATED POET, SON OF THE EARL OF RIVERS & THE UNNATURAL COUNTESS OF MACCLESFIELD) 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) RICHARD THORNHILL, ESQ: Convicted of Manslaughter on 18th of May, 1711, for killing Sir Cholmondeley Deering i 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) RICHARD TOWN: Executed at Tyburn, December 23, 1712, for Fraudulent Bankruptcy 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) RICHARD TURNER: A Young but Artful Swindler, transported to Botany Bay for Fourteen years for cheating a Young 1826 Html Free ExClassics

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