Child abuse -- Early works to 1800. : A narrative of the many horrid cruelties inflicted by Elizabeth Brownrigg upon the body of Mary Clifford : Deceased; And for which the said Elizabeth received Sentence of Death, On Saturday the 12th of September 1767. Together with An Account of the Sufferings of Mary Mitchell and Mary Jones. By John Wingrave, One of the Constables of the Ward of Farringdon Without.
Child abuse -- England -- Bury St. Edmunds. : The trial of Edmund Thrower, blacksmith, late of Carbrook, in Norfolk [electronic resource] : for the wilful murder of Thomas Carter, & Elizabeth Carter, his daughter, on the 16th day of October, 1793, at Cratfield, in the county of Suffolk : and also the trial of John and Elizabeth Smith, for the wilful murder of Mary Ann Smith, an infant aged 8 years, daughter of the said John Smith by a former wife, by starving and cruelty, at Cookley, in the county of Suffolk : before the Hon. Mr. Justice Heath, at the assizes held at Bury, March 21, 1812 / taken in court by George Kent.
Child abuse -- England -- London. : At risk : an account of the work of the Battered Child Research Department, NSPCC / Edwina Baher ... [et al.] ; executive head, Raymond Castle.
Child abuse -- England -- London -- Early works to 1800. : The cruel midwife. : Being a true account of a most sad and lamentable discovery that has been lately made in the village of Poplar in the parish of Stepney. At the house of one Madame Compton alias Norman a midwife, wherein has been discovered many children that have been murdered ... : Also an account of the seizing or apprehending, behaviour, and commitment to Newgate, the midwife, on the account of murthering these infants.