Williams, John, -1674. : The Confession of the four high-way-men : as it was written by one of them and allowed by the rest the 14th of this instant April (being the day before their appointed execution ), viz. John Williams, alias Tho. Matchet, Francis Jackson, alias Dixie, John White, alias Fowler, Walter Parkhurst.
Williams, John, 1771- : Speech of James Hoban, Esq., one of the counsel of John Williams, oculist : before the Circuit Court of the District of Columbia, for the county of Washington, on Thursday, the fifth day of January, 1837.
Williams, John, 1777-1846. : A letter to John Williams, Esq., M.P. [electronic resource] : in reply to his observations upon the abuses of the Court of Chancery / by Edward B. Sugden.
Williams, John, -1852, : Particulars of the dreadful tragedy in Richmond, on the morning of the 19th July, 1852 : being a full account of the awful murder of the Winston family : embracing all the particulars of the discovery of the bloody victims, the testimony before the coroner's jury, and the evidence on the final trials of the murderess and murderer, Jane and John Williams : their sentence, confessions, and execution upon the gallows : together with the funeral sermon of the Rev. Mr. Moore on the death of Mrs. Winston and daughter, and the sermon of the Rev. Robert Ryland on the subject of the murders.