Brigands and robbers -- England -- Anecdotes. : Lives of the most remarkable criminals : who have been condemed and executed for murder, the highway, housebreaking, street robberies, coining or other offences / edited by Arthur L. Hayward.
Brigands and robbers -- 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.
Brigands and robbers -- England -- Yorkshire. : Newes from the north, or, A Relation of a great robberie which was committed nere Swanton in Yorkshire, July 12, 1641 [electronic resource] : wherein is discoursed how one Master Tailour was robbed by a company of troupers, one Knowles, a dancer, being the chief ringleader : by reason of his avarice in denying to lend the King one hundred pounds at his necessity, he lost fourteen thousand pounds, and the parties have procured pardon.
Brigands and robbers -- France -- Early works to 1800. : The life and actions of Lewis Dominique Cartouche [electronic resource] : who was broke alive upon the wheel at Paris, Nov. 28, 1721, N.S. : relating at large his remarkable adventures, desperate enterprizes and various escapes : with an account of his behaviour under sentence, and upon the scaffold, and the manner of his execution / translated from the French.
Brigands and robbers -- France -- History. : Les brigands : brigands et routiers, Barbe-Bleue, Guilleri, flibustiers, Cartouche, Mandrin, la gde. peur chauffeurs, le maquis / Frantz Funck-Brentano ; ouvrage illustré de 26 planches en couleur d'apres les aquarelles d'Alfred Paris.
Brigands and robbers -- Germany -- Fiction. : The extraordinary confession, [electronic resource] : life, and singular adventures, of wolfe; who was thirty years a notorious robber, murderer, and captain of a gang of fifty-three thieves. To which is added The wandering fugitive; or the surprising escapes of Frederic Winson, an assasin [sic].
Brigands and robbers -- History -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. : An Effectual scheme for the immediate preventing of street robberies, and suppressing all other disorders of the night. [electronic resource] : With a bief history of the night-houses. And an appendix relating to those sons of hell, call'd incendiaries. Humbly inscribed to the Right Honourable the Lord-Mayor of the city of London.
Brigands and robbers -- Ireland -- Dublin. : Animadversions on the street robberies in Dublin [electronic resource] : Together with a proposal of a scheme to prevent them for the future. In a letter to a member of Parliament.