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Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JACK ADDISON: Committed fifty-six Highway Robberies, & was executed at Tyburn in March, 1711 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JACK BIRD: A Highwayman who boxed an Earl's Chaplain for Twenty Guineas. Executed 12th of March, 1690 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JACK BLEWIT: Was taken into Slavery by the Blacks on Pirates' Island. After gaining his Liberty & returning to 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JACK COLLET alias COLE: Highwayman, who robbed in the Habit of a Bishop. Executed at Tyburn, 5th of July, 1691 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JACK GOODWIN alias PLUMP: A young but expert Thief, who was executed at Tyburn in 1706 for Burglary 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JACK HALL: Who, with two Associates named Bunce & Low, committed many Robberies, & was executed at Tyburn in 1 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JACK OVET: An amorous Highwayman, who was executed at Leicester in May, 1708 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JACK SHEPPARD: A Daring Housebreaker, who made Ingenious Escapes from Prison & even tried to foil his Executio 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JACK SHRIMPTON: Convicted for Murder & Highway Robberies. Executed 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JACK WITHERS: A sacrilegious Villain who murdered a Footman & was executed on the 16th of April, 1703 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JACK WITHRINGTON: One of five Brothers, all of whom were hanged. He earned Fame for his Courage, challenged th 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JACOB HALSEY: The Quaker Highwayman, who after being fooled by a "Spirit" led a Life of Crime, & was executed 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JACOB SAUNDERS: Who murdered a Farmer at Caversham, & was arrested at Church. Executed in March, 1723 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES ATTAWAY & RICHARD BAILEY: Executed at Tyburn, 4th of July, 1770, for committing a Burglary after tying u 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES BATSON: A Rogue who became a pretty Soldier & saw much of Europe, finally dying by the Rope at home in 1 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES BOLLAND: A Sheriff Officer, & a most unconscionable Villain, executed at Tyburn, 18th of March, 1772, fo 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES BRODIE: A Blind Man, who was executed in 1800 for the Murder of his Boy Guide 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES BULLOCK: Executed, under the Bankruptcy Act, for a Felonious Embezzlement 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES CALDCLOUGH: Executed for Robbery, July 2nd 1739 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES CLUFF: Murderer, executed at Tyburn, July 25, 1729, on an appeal, after being acquitted 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES COOK: Executed 10th of August, 1832, for the Murder of Mr Paas, whose Remains he attempted to destroy by 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES COOPER: Executed for murder, August 26th, 1750 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES DALE: A Chimney-Sweep, who descended Chimneys to break into Houses, & was convicted on 9th September, 18 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES DONALLY: A Blackmailer, who was convicted of Highway Robbery, 22nd of February, 1779 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES ELLIOT: Executed at Maidstone, in March, 1778, for a Forgery on the Bank of England, attended with Circu 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES FARR, WILLIAM SPARRY & WILLIAM BIDDLE: Executed at Tyburn, 10th November, 1762 for forging a Will 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES FILEWOOD alias VILET: Convicted of picking Pockets, & sentenced to Death. Executed at Tyburn in October, 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES GIBSON: A Gentleman, executed at Tyburn, 23rd of March, 1768, for Forgery on the Bank of England 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES GOODMAN Executed March 12, 1716, for Horse Stealing, &c 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES GREENACRE: Executed at Newgate, 2nd of May, 1837, for murdering & mutilating a Woman 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES HADFIELD: Tried for shooting at his Majesty George III. at Drury Lane Theatre, on Thursday, 15th of May, 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES HALL: Hanged for Petit-Treason, in the Murder of his Master 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES HILL: Commonly called "John the Painter," an Incendiary, who aimed at the Destruction of the Nation. Exe 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES INGLETT: Convicted, at the Age of Ninety-four, of the Manslaughter of a Woman, by carelessly administeri 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES INWOOD: Convicted of Manslaughter in killing William Goodman, who had been detected in robbing a fishery 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES LEONARD: Eighteen-year-old Highwayman, who tried to cut the Fatal Rope, & died with a Laugh in 1693 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES LOVELACE & others: The Tolpuddle Martyrs, transported for forming a trade union, 1834 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES M'KEAN: Executed for Murder, 25th of January, 1797, at Glasgow 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES MACLANE: Called "The Gentleman Highwayman." Executed at Tyburn, 3rd of October, 1750, for Highway Robber 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES MARLBOROUGH, & SARAH, HIS WIFE: Imprisoned for Gross Cruelty to their Child, 8th of December, 1809 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES MATHISON: Who forged Bank-Notes so cleverly that they could not be distinguished from Genuine Ones. Exec 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES QUIN, ESQ.: The Celebrated Tragedian, tried for Murder at the Old Bailey in 1717, & convicted of Manslau 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES RILEY & ROBERT NUTTS: Executed before Newgate, 24th of June, 1801, for Highway Robbery 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES SAMPSON: A treacherous & base Villain, executed at Tyburn, 11th of March, 1768, for robbing & setting fi 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES SHEPPARD Jacobite, who plotted to assassinate King George I. Executed 17th March, 1718 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES TURNBULL: A Private Soldier, executed before Newgate, 15th of May, 1799, for robbing the Mint 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES WELCH & THOMAS JONES: Executed on Kennington Common, 6th of September, 1751, for Murder 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES WHITE & WALTER WHITE: Brothers who were executed at Kennington Common, 19th of April, 1758, for Robbery 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES WHITNEY: Notorious Highwayman, who believed in dressing well. Executed at Smithfield, 19th of December, 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JAMES WOOD: Convicted at the Cumberland Summer Assizes, 1808, & executed for a Double Murder 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JANE BUTTERFIELD,: Tried for murder but acquitted, 19th August, 1775 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JANE COX: Executed at Exeter Summer Assizes, 1811, for poisoning a Child with Arsenic 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JEPHTHAH BIG: Executed at Tyburn, Sept. 19, 1729, for sending a letter to extort money 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JOACHIM, a Portuguese; MARTIN, a black; MILLINGTON, an Irishman; & WILLIAMS, an Englishman: Tried & executed f 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JOB COX: Convicted in May, 1833, of stealing a Letter, he narrowly escaped Execution, owing to the City Record 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JOCELIN HARWOOD: Highwayman, who committed such Barbarous Murders that his Associates gave him up to Justice. 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JOHN & LEIGH HUNT: Imprisoned for a Libel on His Royal Highness the Prince Regent 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JOHN ADSHEAD & BENJAMIN ALSWORTH: Hanged for housebreaking, 8th July, 1772 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JOHN ALMOND: Convicted at the December Sessions, 1807, of forging a Will, & executed before Newgate 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JOHN AMY BIRD BELL: A Fourteen-year-old Criminal, who murdered another Boy for the sake of Nine Shillings, & w 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JOHN AYLIFFE, ESQ.: Commissary of Musters in the War Office. Executed at Tyburn, 7th of November, 1759, for Fo 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JOHN BELLINGHAM: Executed for the Murder of the Right Honourable Spencer Perceval, Chancellor of the Exchequer 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JOHN BELLINGHAM: Son of a Justice, who took to the Highway, & was executed 27th of October, 1699, for Forgery 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JOHN BELVILLE: Convicted at the Old Bailey, 16th of February, 1791, for a Robbery from "the Dwelling-House of 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JOHN BERRY, STEPHEN M'DANIEL, JAMES EGAN, JAMES SALMON & -- BLEE: A new Species of Murderers, who conspired ag 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JOHN BISHOP & THOMAS WILLIAMS: Notorious Body-Snatchers, who murdered People & sold their Bodies to Hospitals, 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JOHN BODKIN, DOMINICK BODKIN & OTHERS: Executed in Ireland on 26th of March, 1742, for the Murder of Eleven Pe 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JOHN BOLTON: Convicted of murdering a girl he had seduced & made pregnant, but cheated justice by committing s 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JOHN CARR: The Victim of Swindlers himself, he became a Pirate & Smuggler, & was executed at Tyburn, 16th of N 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JOHN CATHER, PATRICK KANE, & DANIEL ALEXANDER: Pilloried for extortion, 1751 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JOHN CAULFIELD: Murder foretold by a Dream, in consequence of which the Murderer was apprehended, convicted, & 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JOHN CHISLIE OF DALRY: Hanged 3rd of April, 1689, for the Murder of the Right Hon. Sir George Lockhart, of Cor 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JOHN CLARKE: Executed near Bromley, in Kent, 29th of July, 1796, for murdering a Dairymaid 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JOHN CLAYTON & WILLIAM JENKINS: Executed for Burglary 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) JOHN COLLINGTON: A Man of extraordinary Violence & Inhumanity. Executed at Canterbury with his Accomplice, Joh 1826 Html Free ExClassics

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