Murder -- Denmark -- Drama. : The bridge. The complete series one / produced by Filmlance International & Nimbus Film ; directed by Lisa Siwe, Henrik Georgsson ; produced by Anders Landström, Bo Ehrhardt.
Murder -- East Indies. : By the Honourable John Nanfan, Esq; lieutenant governour and commander in chief of His Majesties province of New-York ... A proclamation[.] [electronic resource] : Whereas James Gillam, a notorious pyrate, said to have murdered Capt. Edgecomb ... Given at Fort William Henry in New-York the 29th day of August, 1699 ...
Murder -- England -- 17th century. : Digitus dei, or, An horrid murther strangely detected : declaring the suspicion, apprehending, arraignment, tryal, confession, and execution of Richard Rogers ... for murthering of one Ruth Anton .. / published for satisfaction to some, and admonition of others, by Abraham Jennings, physician, and fore-man of the inquest, upon view of the body, before the coroner..
Murder -- England -- Anecdotes. : The vnnaturall father, or, The cruell murther committed by [one] Iohn Rowse of the towne of Ewell, ten m[iles] from London, in the county of Surry, vpon two of his owne children : with his prayer and repentance in prison, his arrai[gn]ment and iudgement at the Sessions, and his execution for the said fact at Croydon, on Munday the second of Iuly, 1621.
Murder -- England -- Bedfordshire. : The bloody tragedy or A dreadful warning to disobedient children [electronic resource] : giving a sad and dreadful account of one John Gill in the town of Woborn, in Bedfordshire, who lived a wicked life : how coming home drunk one night, he asked his father for money to carry on his debaucheries, who putting him off till next morning, he grew so impatient and desperately wicked, that he arose in the dead of the night : and cut his father's and mother's throats in their bed, afterwards binding and ravishing the maid-servant he murdered her also and then robbed the house of the plate and money and set it on fire, burning the dead bodies to ashes : with the manner of the discovery and being apprehended, what confession he made before the magistrates, how the ghosts of the dead bodies, appeared to him in goal : together with his dying speech at the place of execution : with several other things worthy the observation of young people.
Murder -- England -- Berkshire -- Early works to 1800. : Most wicked, cruel, bloody, and barbarous news from Reading in Bark-shire [electronic resource] : being a full and true relation of a horrible murder committed by William Hasker, on the person of his own father , almost six years ago : with the wonderful manner how the fact came to be discovered, by his own confession the 15th. of this instant July; how his wife murdered him, and buried him in a marl-pit six foot deep with his cloaths on : as also how the murdered body was digged up on Monday the 17th of this instant July, and decently buried / by R.W. who took this relation from the prisoners own mouth.
Murder -- England -- Brighton -- Cases. : An authentic and faithful history of the atrocious murder of Celia Holloway : with an accurate account of all the mysterious and extraordinary circumstances which led to the discovery of her mangled body in the copse in the lover's walk at Preston near Brighton : including also the trial for the murder and the extraordinary confessions of John Holloway : together with his life / written by himself, and published by his own desire, for the benefit of young people.
Murder -- England -- Bristol -- Early works to 1800. : Memoirs of the life of Sir John Dineley Goodere, Bart. : who was murdered, by the contrivance of his own brother, on board the Ruby man of war, in King's Road, near Bristol, Jan. 19, 1740-1. Together with the life, history, trial, and last dying words, of his brother Capt. Samuel Goodere, who was executed at Bristol, together with Matthew Mahony and Charles White, two sailors, his accomplices, on Wednesday the 15th of April, 1741, for the horrid murder of the said Sir John Dineley Goodere, Bart. Written by the late Samuel Foote. Esq; nephew to the aforesaid Sir John Dineley Goodere.
Murder -- England -- Bristol -- Poetry. : The fratricide, or, The murderer's gibbet [electronic resource] : being the right tragical hystorie of Sir John D. Goodere, bart., who was murdered by his brother, Captain Samuel Goodere and assistants on the 19th of January, 1741, on board His Majesty's ship the Ruby, then lying in Kingroad, Bristol.
Murder -- England -- Bury St. Edmunds -- Cases. : The trial of William Corder, at the Assizes,Bury St. Edmund's, Suffolk, August 7th and 8th, 1828, for the murder of Maria Marten, in the red barn at Polstead : including the matrimonial advertisement, and many other curious and important particulars, down to his execution, obtained exclusively by the editor.
Murder -- England -- Chelmsford -- Early works to 1800. : A True relation of a horrid murder committed upon the person of Thomas Kidderminster, of Tupsley in the county of Hereford, Gent., at the White-Horse Inn in Chelmsford, in the county of Essex, in the month of April, 1654 : together with a true account of the strange and providential discovery of the same nine years after : for which Moses Drayne, an hostler in the said inn, was executed at Brentwood in the same county, in the year 1667, being thirteen years after the commission of the said murder, whose arraignment, conviction and attainder appears by the records of the circuit of that year.
Murder -- England -- Cornwall (County) : The parricide papist, or, Cut-throate Catholicke : a tragicall discourse of a murther lately committed at Padstow in the countie of Cornewall by a professed papist, killing his owne father, and afterwardes himselfe, in zeale of his popish religion, the 11 of March last past, 1606 / written by G. Closse ...
Murder -- England -- Croydon. : Let him have it / Le Studio Canal+ ; Film Trustees ; British Screen ; Vermilion Productions ; New Line Home Entertainment.
Murder -- England -- Cumberland -- Early works to 1800. : Dreadful news from Cumberland. : Being a true relation of a most horrid and barbarous murder committed the 18th of April, 1753; shewing how one William Johnson, a butcher, went to Mr Wilkinson's a grazier near Wigton in the county of Cumberland, to buy cattle, and found the said Mr. Wilkinson, his wise, three daughters marriageable, three small children, a nurse, and a ..., all inhumanly murdered in their [beds] and weltering in their gore. With an account of the wonderful discovery of the murderers; their apprehending and commitment to Carlisle Goal. With the substance of a sermon preached on this sad occasion by the Rev. Mr James Douglas, minister of Wigton. In a letter to a gentleman. Licenced and entered according to order.
Murder -- England -- Derbyshire. : A True and particular account of the cruel and inhuman murder, that was committed by one Susanna Morton, aged 23 years, on her bastard child, with the assistance of one James Preston, aged 70, who were both executed on Thursday last, at Derby, together with their last dying words and confessions; likewise the most remarkable and shocking account of Ann Hoon, aged 24 years, for the murder of her infant child, about 14 months old, by throwing it into a tub of water, in order to surrender herself up for execution, on account of her being threatened with a prosecution for breaking down a rail or two of a fencing belonging to a gentleman's plantation in the neighbourhood, she being short of wood to heat her oven, and could not bear the thoughts of being parted from her child whom she was so fond of. Also an account of the murder of Hannah Oldfield, by Job Ward, her fellow servant, by giving her arsenic, for the purpose of procuring abhortion, she being with child by him.
Murder -- England -- Devonshire. : Bloody news from Devonshire : being a true though lamentable relation of four barbarous and horrid murders, committed by an inhuman father upon the bodies of his son and three daughters, at a village near Combe in the county of Devon, on the 30th of March, 1694 ... : also, the deplorable condition his wife is in, whom he pursued with an intent to murder : together with his confession before a justice of peace, and commitment to Exon jayl / as it was communicated by a letter from an eminent dealer in Combe, to a worthy citizen in London.
Murder -- England -- Essex. : More bloody news from Essex, or, A True account of the lamentable murder of a poor woman big with two children, on the highway : as also the miraculous discovery of the body, and apprehension of a man and a woman, supposed to be the authors of that barbarous cruelty.
Murder -- England -- Gloucestershire. : The Wicked wife! : Being a true and particular account of a barbarous murder, committed a few days ago, at Swanley, in Gloucestershire, by James Watkins, and one Mrs. Reed, upon the body of her husband, a gentleman of fortune.
Murder -- England -- Hampshire. : A Full and true account of a most barbarous and bloody murther : committed by Esther Ives, with the assistance of John Noyse a cooper; on the body of William Ives, her husband, at Rumsey in Hampshire, on the fifth day of February 1686. : Together with the miraculous and wonderful discovery of the murther and murtherers. : As also an account of their tryals at the last assizes, holden at Winchester, where being found guilty of the said murther, they received sentence of death, viz. John Noyse to be hang'd, and Esther Ives to be burnt. : With their manner of behaviour and execution, according to the said sentence.
Murder -- England -- Hertford. : Recollections of John Thurtell : who was executed ... for murdering Mr. W. Weare .../ by Pierce Egan, being an appendix to his account of the trial.