Executions and executioners -- Iowa. : The execution of William McCauley : the only legal hanging that ever occurred in Van Buren County : an interesting and authentic history of the crime, confession, trial and execution / compiled from the records by E.R. Harlan.
Executions and executioners -- Italy. : Le annotazioni di Mastro Titta, carnefice romano : supplizi e suppliziati [in Roma dal secolo decimoquarto in poi] ; giustizie eseguite da Gio. Batt. Bugatti e dal suo sucessore (1796-1870) ; appendice di documenti / A. Ademollo.
Executions and executioners -- Maine -- Dresden. : The last words and dying speech of Edmund Fortis, a Negro man, who appeared to be between thirty and forty years of age, but very ignorant. [electronic resource] : He was executed at Dresden, on Kennebeck River, on Thursday the twenty-fifth day of September, 1794, for a rape and murder, committed on the body of Pamela Tilton, a young girl of about fourteen years of age, daughter of Mr. Tilton of Vassalborough, in the county of Lincoln.
Executions and executioners -- Maryland -- Baltimore. : The Life and confession of Peregrine Hutton [electronic resource] : who with his companion Morris N.B. Hull, was executed in Baltimore, July 14, 1820 for robbing the mail and murdering the driver : to which are subjoined several interesting letters : all written by himself when under sentence of death and revised by a friend and the confession of Morris N.B. Hull made to Judge Bland : to which is annexed the particulars of the execution and the last words of Morris N.B. Hull on the Gallows : with a letter to the Rev. Dr. Wyatt and a letter to his father.
Executions and executioners -- Massachusetts -- Dedham. : The solemn declaration of the late unfortunate Jason Fairbanks [electronic resource] : from the original manuscript, composed and signed by himself, a very short time before his death : to which is added, some account of his life and character / the whole collected and published by Ebenezer Fairbanks, Jun.
Executions and executioners -- Massachusetts -- Ipswich. : Dying confession of Pomp, [electronic resource] : a Negro man, who was executed at Ipswich, on the 6th August, 1795, for murdering Capt. Charles Furbush, of Andover, / taken from the mouth of the prisoner, and penned by Jonathan Plummer, Jun.