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Crime: True Crime





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Author Title Edition Format Price Puborg
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS BELLAMY & JOHN LANEY: Watchmen, convicted of assaulting those whom they were bound to protect, Septembe 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS BLOOD, GENERALLY CALLED COLONEL BLOOD: Who stole the Crown from the Tower of London on 9th of May, 1671 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS BROCK, JOHN PELHAM, & MICHAEL POWER: Convicted of Coining, 25th of September, 1816 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS BUTLER, Esq. Highwayman, executed at Tyburn, on the 8th Of February 1720 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS BUTLOGE: Robber, hanged at Tyburn, for basely betraying his trust, in robbing his master, on the 18th o 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS CAPPOCK: The rebel bishop of Carlisle 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS CARR, AN ATTORNEY , & ELIZABETH ADAMS: Executed at Tyburn, 18th of January, 1738, for Robbery 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS CHALFONT: A Post-Office Sorter, executed before Newgate, 11th of November, 1800, for stealing a Bank-No 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS COLLEY: Executed 24th of April, 1751, for the Murder of People who were reputed to be possessed of Witc 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS COOK: Murdered a Constable during a Riot in Mayfair, & was executed on 11th of August, 1703 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS DANIELS: Condemned for the supposed Murder of his wife but subsequently pardoned, 1761 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS DENTON: His Misapplied Talents led to his Downfall, & he was executed before Newgate, 1st of July, 1789 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS DOUGLASS Murderer, executed at Tyburn on the 27th of October, 1714 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS DUN: Head of a Gang of Outlaws, on Account of whom King Henry I. is credibly supposed to have built Dun 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS ESTRICK Executed for housebreaking on the 10th of March, 1703 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS GORDON: Executed at Northampton, 17th of August, 1789, for a Murder ordered by his Mother 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS GRAY: Nephew to the Exeter Hangman, who turned Thief & Highwayman, & ended by marrying an Heiress. His 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS HORNER & JAMES FRYER: Executed for Burglary & Robbery under Threats of Violence, 24th of June, 1778 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS KIMPTON: Convicted at the Middlesex Sessions, December, 1810 of a Violent Assault on a Juryman of the C 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS KINGSMILL, FAIRALL & PERIN: Three of the thirty Smugglers who broke open the Custom-House at Poole, & w 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS LEACH & ELIZABETH, HIS WIFE: The Former transported for uttering Forged Bank-Notes, & the Latter condem 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS LIGHT, alias JOHN JONES, alias THOMAS KNIGHT: Tried for stealing dead bodies from St. Giles' Churchyard 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS LYELL & LAWRENCE SYDNEY: Swindlers, who cheated with Loaded Dice & were pilloried for Fraud, 2nd of Jun 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS LYMPUS: Executed near Wells, in Somersetshire, 21st of September 1739, for robbing the Mail 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS MEARS & OTHERS: The Canterbury Rioters, 31st May 1838 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS NEALE & WILLIAM BOWEN: Highwaymen (The former a most hardened Sinner, who died cursing the Spectators o 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS PACKER & JOSEPH PICKER: Executed at Tyburn February, 1, 1725, For Highway Robbery: 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS PHIPPS, Esq., & THOMAS PHIPPS, his Son: Executed for a Forgery committed by the Younger Man, who exoner 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS PICTON, Esq.: Late Governor of Trinidad. Convicted 24th of February, 1806, of applying Torture, in orde 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS PUGH & ELIZABETH PUGH: Convicted at the London Sessions, 20th of January, 1810, & sentenced to Imprison 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS QUIN, JOSEPH DOWDELL, & THOMAS TALBOT: A Gang of Notorious Thieves, executed at Tyburn, June 17, 1751, 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS REYNOLDS: Executed at Tyburn, for enlisting soldiers for the service of the king of France 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS RUMBOLD: Who, if all the Stories about him be true, was a very notable Cheat. Executed in 1689 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS SAVAGE: A Profligate Apprentice who murdered a Fellow-Servant, was executed twice, & finally buried 28t 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS SHARPE: Executed October 31, 1814, for the horrid murder in Kentish Town 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS SIMMONS: Executed at Hertford, 7th of March, 1808, for a Double Murder 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS THOMPSON: Executed at Tyburn, Oct. 24, 1748, for horse-stealing 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS WATKINS: Executed in the Market-Place of Windsor, 7th of March, 1764, for Murder 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS WHITE & WALTER WYATT: Two Thieves, who were the First Criminals to be executed at Oxford 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS WILFORD: A Cripple, who murdered his Wife in a Fit of Jealousy, & was executed at Tyburn on the 22nd of 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS WILMOT: A Notorious Highwayman who hated & maltreated Women. Executed 30th of April, 1670 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS WITHERINGTON, JONATHAN WOODWARD & JAMES PHILPOT: Who, in the Reign of King James I. were the first to h 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) THOMAS WYNNE: Housebreaker & Palacebreaker, whom Conscience made confess a Murder twenty years afterwards. Exe 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) TIM BUCKLEY: Highwayman, who fell after a hot Battle, & was hanged in 1701 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) TOM AUSTIN: Highwayman, guilty of unparalleled Butchery. He murdered his Aunt, Wife & Seven Children. Executed 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) TOM COX: A Handsome Highwayman who robbed the King's Jester & even held up men of his own Trade. Executed 3rd 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) TOM GERRARD: Taught a Dog to pick Pockets, & was executed for Housebreaking at Tyburn in August, 1711 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) TOM GRAY: Highwayman who set Fire to a Prison. Executed at Tyburn in March, 1713 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) TOM JONES: Highwayman, executed at Launceston, 25th of April, 1702, for robbing a Farmer's Wife 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) TOM KELSEY: An audacious young Thief who robbed the Tent of King William in Flanders & stabbed a Newgate Turnk 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) TOM ROWLAND: Who worked the Highway disguised as a Woman for Eighteen Years. Executed 24th of October, 1699 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) TOM SHARP: Resourceful Thief, Coiner & Trickster. Executed in Long Acre on 22nd September, 1704 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) TOM TAYLOR: Who, getting literally hooked as a Pickpocket, turned House-breaker. Executed 18th of December, 16 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) TOM WATERS: Highwayman, who held up Gipsies, robbed a Vice-Admiral, & was executed on 17th of July, 1691 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) TUCKER, THE MOCK PARSON: Convicted at the Middlesex Sessions, 2nd of November, 1811, for swindling a Victualle 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) USHER GAHAGAN & TERENCE CONNER: Erudite Men, who were executed for High Treason, in diminishing the Current Co 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) VINCENT DAVIS: Executed at Tyburn, April 3rd, 1725, for the murder of his wife 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) W. H. HOLLINGS: Executed for the Murder of Elizabeth Pitcher 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WALTER TRACEY: To whom is attributed a poetic Encounter with Ben Jonson. Executed in 1634 after a Robbery On t 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILL CHANCE: Robbed his Uncle by Forgery, & then turned Footpad. Was executed at Tyburn in April, 1715 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILL HOLLYDAY: Captain of the Ragged Regiment of the Black Guards, which Commission he threw up to take to the 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILL LOWTHER: Executed on Clerkenwell Green for the Murder of Edward Perry, December, 1713 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILL MACQUEER: Who stole the Lord Chancellor's Mace & delighted in robbing Army Officers on the Highway. Execu 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILL MAW: Having committed a Robbery, Maw ordered his Wife to organise a Mock Funeral, so that People should t 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILL OGDEN & TOM REYNOLDS: Housebreakers & Highwaymen. Executed at Kingston-upon-Thames in April, 1714 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLAM BRANDON alias JACK KETCH: Who beheaded King Charles the First 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM ADAMS: A Custom-House Officer in London, executed at Tyburn on 18th of May, 1757, for Forgery 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM ALCOCK: Who first abandoned, & then murdered, his wife. Executed at Northampton, March 9, 1733 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM ANDREW HORNE, ESQ.: Executed at Nottingham, 11th of December, 1759, in the Seventy-fifth Year of his A 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM BAKER: A City Merchant, executed at Tyburn, 31st of December, 1751, for forging an East India Warrant 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM BANKS: Executed at Horsemonger Lane Jail, 11th of January, 1830, for an Armed Burglary 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM BEAVAN: A Burglar, who was identified by his Deformed Hand, & was executed before Newgate, 19th of Sep 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM BEW: Who practised the Art of Flattery on the Highway. Executed 17th of April, 1689 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM BRITTON: Convicted at the Sessions at the Old Bailey, December, 1810, of stealing from a coffee-house 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM BURK: After an adventurous Seafaring Life as a Boy he became a Robber, & was executed at Tyburn on the 1826 Html Free ExClassics

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