Executions and executioners -- Alabama -- Mobile. : A statement of the trial of Charles R.S. Boyington, who was indicted and executed for the murder of Nathaniel Frost [electronic resource] / written by himself : to which is added a number of fugitive pieces in verse, also written and composed by him.
Executions and executioners -- Connecticut -- Danbury. : A sermon, preached at Danbury, November 8th, A.D. 1798, [electronic resource] : being the day of execution of Anthony, a free Negro, pursuant to sentence of death passed upon him by the Hon. Superior Court, for the crime of a rape. / By Timothy Langdon, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Danbury. [One line from Ecclesiastes]
Executions and executioners -- Connecticut -- Haddam. : A sermon preached at Haddam, June 14, 1797. [electronic resource] : On the day of the execution of Thomas Starr, condemned for the murder of his kinsman, Samuel Cornwell, by seven wounds given him, by a penknife, in the trunk of his body, July 26th, 1796, of which he languished a few days and died: : with a sketch of the life and character of said Starr. / By Enoch Huntington, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Middletown. ; [Five lines of Scripture texts]
Executions and executioners -- England -- Kent. : Genuine life and love adventures, of John Clarke (late Gardner to C. Long, Esq.) who was executed at Bromley, in Kent; on Friday last, for the murder of Elizabeth Mann, also Dairy maid in the same family; whom he got with child, and then murdered. [electronic resource] : Including the particulars of his behaviour at the place of execution, &c.
Executions and executioners -- England -- Manchester. : The Manchester fenian outrage [electronic resource] : being an account of it, together with many facts hitherto unpublished and illustrated with portraits of Kelly, Allen, Larkin, Gould and the Late Police-Sergeant Brett, who was shot during the committal of the outrage.
Executions and executioners -- England -- Northampton -- Early works to 1800. : Relation of the most remarkable proceedings at the late assizes at Northampton [electronic resource] : Conteyning truely and fully, the tryals, confessions, and execution of a most mischievous vvitch, notorious high-way-man, barbarous murderess. The first being Mary Forster, who by witchcraft destroyed above 30 sheep belonging to one Joseph Weedon, and afterwards burned to the ground his dwelling-house, and two large barns, full of corn and hay: to his damage above 300l. VVith her confession of the fact, how, and why she did it: and askign him forgiveness for the same. And a wonderful experiment of her divelish skill shewed in the goal, after she was condemned. The second a high-way-man, who had been 14 times in goal, and before his death discovered several others. The third a young vvench that killed her child, with the strange means how the same was discovered, and her penitent behaviour at the execution. Who all suffered at Northampton aforesaid, Saturday, Aug. 22. 1674.
Executions and executioners -- England -- Poetry. : Groanes from Newgate, or, An elegy upon Edvvard Dun, Esq. [electronic resource] : the cities common hangman, who dyed naturally in his bed the 11th of September, 1663 / written by a person of quality.
Executions and executioners -- England -- Sussex. : News from Sussex, or, The Barbarous robber strangely convicted [electronic resource] : being a full and true relation of one Gardiner, that was hang'd upon the testimony of his own daughter, at the last assizes at East- Greenstead in Sussex : with the carriage of him and his companion ... at the place of execution, the 15th of this instant March, 1676.
Executions and executioners -- England -- Tyburn -- Early works to 1800. : Christ made sin for his people, and they made the righteousness of God in Him [electronic resource] : explained in a sermon occasioned by the remarkable conversion and repentance of Robert Tilling, ... who was executed at Tyburn, April 28, 1760. ... By John Stevens. ... To which is added, a part of a letter ...
Executions and executioners -- England -- Yorkshire. : Criminal chronology of York Castle : with a register of criminals capitally convicted and executed at the county assizes, commencing March 1st, 1379, to the present time : an interesting record to those who trace the progress of crime through the change of manners, the increase of population, and the raised complexion of the penal code / carefully compiled from prison documents, ancient papers, and other authentic sources, materially assisted by William Knipe.