Criminals -- England -- 17th century -- Early works to 1800. : A brief history of the memorable passages and transactions, that have attended the life, and untimely death, of the unfortunate Sir John Johnstoun : who was executed at Tyburn, on the 23d. of December 1690 for stealing Mistress Mary Wharton. Together with his behaviour in prison, and what he wrote there, touching the matter for which he dyed: with his pious exhortations, and dying expressions, &c. With a short elogie / written by an impartial hand, upon this melancholly occasion.
Criminals -- 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.
Criminals -- England -- Cambridge. : The trials of W. Grimshaw & R. Kidman [electronic resource] : for burglary, (with a sketch of their lives,) and of H. Cohen, as an accessory before and after the fact, on the 13th and 14th of March, and July 22nd, 1801 : with further particulars of Kidman's return from transportation, his voyage to America, return to Cambridge, death, and burial : also the confession and execution of Grimshaw.
Criminals -- England -- History -- 18th century -- Early works to 1800. : Genuine memoirs of the lives of George and Joseph Weston : who were executed September 3, 1782. The first for forgery; the latter for shooting at John Davis, and wounding him in Cock-Lane: including a particular account of all their adventures, exploits, manoeuvres, forgeries, travels, amours; and intrigues of different kinds. From their infancy to the present time. With a curious and authentic description of the manner of their being taken, very different from what has hitherto been represented. To which is now added, An account of their escaping from Newgate on the second of July, 1782, and the manner of their being re-taken. With their trials at the Old-Bailey, on Saturday, July 6.