Executions and executioners -- Ohio. : The palace of death, or, The Ohio Penitentiary Annex : a human-interest story of incarceration and execution of Ohio's murderers, with a detailed review of the incidents connected with each case : profusely illustrated with pictures of the electric chair, death cage, genuine execution scene, the executed men and important scenes of the world's greatest penal institution / by H.M. Fogle.
Executions and executioners -- Pennsylvania -- Early works to 1800. : A faithful narrative of Elizabeth Wilson, who was executed at Chester, January 3d, 1786, charged with the murder of her twin infants [electronic resource] : containing some account of her dying sayings with some serious reflections, drawn up at the request of a friend unconnected with the deceased.
Executions and executioners -- Pennsylvania -- Harrisburg -- Early works to 1800. : A Correct account of the trials of Charles M'Manus, John Hauer, Elizabeth Hauer, Patrick Donagan, Francis Cox, and others, at Harrisburghʵne Oyer and Terminer, 1798, for the murder of Francis Shitz on the night of the 28th December, 1797, at Heidelberg Township, Dauphin County in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania [electronic resource] : containing the whole evidence and the substance of all the law arguments in those celebrated trials.
Executions and executioners -- Québec (Province) -- Québec. : The Trial, condemnation and horrid execution of David M'Lean, formerly of Pennsylvania, for high treason, against the British government, at the city of Quebec, on the 21st of July last. [electronic resource] : Who was hanged, drawn, quartered and beheaded on the above day, with all the attendant circumstances of cruelty and barbarity.
Executions and executioners -- Qu⥢ec (Province) -- Qu⥢ec -- Early works to 1800. : The trial, condemnation and horrid execution of David M'Lean, formerly of Pennsylvania [electronic resource] : for high treason against the British Government, at the city of Quebec, on the 21st of July last, who was hanged, drawn, quartered and beheaded on the above day, with all the attendant circumstances of cruelty and barbarity.
Executions and executioners -- Scotland -- Edinburgh. : Narrative of some interesting particulars respecting Hugh M'Donald, Neil Sutherland, and Hugh M'Intosh, who were executed at Edinburgh, on the 22nd April, with some remarks by the ministers who attended them : to which is added a letter from Hugh M'Intosh to his parents : an account of the execution : and the pastoral admonition of the presbytery of Edinburgh, read in all the churches on 3d of May.
Executions and executioners -- Scotland -- Glasgow -- Early works to 1800. : An account of the life and transactions of William Gadesby [electronic resource] : from the age of seventeen to twenty-eight, when he was brought to trial before the High Court of Justiciary, and received sentence of death, on Tuesday, the 21st of December, 1790 / written by himself, when in prison ; to which is added, an appendix, concerning his confession of having robbed the Dundee Bank ; the whole containing a narrative of the most extraordinary and unexampled depravity of conduct perhaps ever exhibited to the world.
Executions and executioners -- South Carolina -- Charleston. : The confession and declaration of George Burns, [electronic resource] : now a prisoner in Charles-Town goal, convicted of the robbery of Mr. John Scott, which he voluntarily makes concerning the said robbery and his accomplices, this 9th day of February, 1768.
Executions and executioners -- United States -- Early works to 1800. : Pillars of salt : 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.