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.
Executions and executioners -- New Brunswick -- Saint John. : Narrative of the gracious dealings of God in the conversion of Wm. Mooney Fitzgerald and John Clark, [electronic resource] : two malefactors, who were executed on Friday, Dec. 18, 1789, at St. John's, Newbrunswick, Nova Scotia, for burglary; : in a letter from the Reverend Mr. Milton to the Right Honourable the Countess Dowager of Huntingdon.
Executions and executioners -- New England. : Pillars of salt. [electronic resource] : An history of some criminals executed in this land, for capital crimes. : With some of their dying speeches; collected and published, for the warning of such as live in destructive courses of ungodliness. : Whereto is added, for the better improvement of this history, a brief discourse about the dreadful justice of God, in punishing of sin, with sin. : [Two lines from Deuteronomy]
Executions and executioners -- New Hampshire -- Concord. : The trial of Joseph LaPage the French monster [electronic resource] : for the murder of the beautiful school girl, Miss Josie Langmaid, also the account of the murder of Miss Marietta Ball, the school teacher in the woods, in Vermont, this book contains the only correct likenesses of Lapage and his victims : Lapage must have been a fiend incarnate.