Murder -- Wisconsin. : The trial of Grace Lusk : closing argument to the jury of Hon. Walter D. Corrigan of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, special counsel for the state / introductory history of the case by J.M. Carney, publisher.
Murder -- Wisconsin -- Janesville -- Cases. : Trial of David F. Mayberry for the murder of Andrew Alger : before the Rock Co. Circuit Court-- Judge Doolittle presiding-- July 10th & 11th, 1855 : containing the arguments of the attorneys, and a full and correct account of his death by a mob / reported by Ira C. Jenks, Esq.
Murderers -- California. : Life and confessions of James Gilbert Jenkins, the murderer of eighteen men [electronic resource] : containing an account of the murder of eight white men and ten Indians ... / phonographically re[p]orted and arranged for the press by R.E. Wood.
Murderers -- Canada -- Biography. : Life and confession of Sophia Hamilton, who was tried, condemned and sentenced to be hung at Montreal, L.C., on the 22d of January, 1845, for the perpetration of the most shocking murders and daring robberies perhaps recorded in the annals of crime [electronic resource] / carefully selected by the author, William H. Jackson.
Murderers -- China -- Hong Kong -- Drama. : The Killer [videorecording] / Tsui Hark presents a John Woo film ; a Golden Princess/Magnum presentation of a Film Workshop production ; produced by Tsui Hark ; written & directed by John Woo.
Murderers -- Connecticut -- Brooklyn. : A Sketch of the life, trial, and execution of Oliver Watkins, who was hung at Brooklyn, (Conn.,) on the 2d day of August, 1831, for the murder of his wife [electronic resource].
Murderers -- Connecticut -- New Haven. : A sketch of the life and adventures of Henry Leander Foote, sentenced to be hung in New Heaven, June 19, 1850, (reprieved by the Legislature till October 2, 1850,) for the murder of Miss Emily H. Cooper [electronic resource] : containing an account of his early history and habits, with an appeal to youngmen on the danger of exposure to evil company : together with his adventures as a U.S. Dragoon during the Florida war, and a description of the horrid massacre of two families, and some battles, never before published, also, a description of parts of South America, which he visited / written by himself : with an appendix, containing his confession of the rape and murder of Miss Cooper, and his address delivered on the gallows.
Murderers -- 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.
Murderers -- England -- Biography. : The life of James Greenacre, who was executed at the Old Bailey for the brutal murder of Mrs. Hannah Brown : embracing also an authentic history of the life of his accessory Sarah Gale / by Robert Huish.
Murderers -- England -- Bury St. Edmunds. : The suffolk parricide : being, the trial, life, transactions, and last dying words, of Charles Drew, of Long-Melford, in the County of Suffolk; Who was executed at St. Edmund's-Bury, on Wednesday the 9th of April, for the inhuman Murder of his Father, Charles John Drew, Esq; Attorney at Law, by shooting him thro' the Body, at his own House, on Thursday the 31st of January 1739-40. Containing. 1. An Account of his Extravagancies and Debaucheries which drove him to Necessity, and induced him to commit this horrid Fact. 2. The Scheme he laid to perpetrate it; his getting acquainted with John Humphreys; the Manner in which he prevailed upon him to undertake the Murder of his Father; and the Reasons that induced him thereto. 3. A particular Account of the Execution of the Fact, of Humphreys's refusing to do it; and of Charles Drew (the Son) taking the Musket from Humphreys, and shooting his Father. 4. His Behaviour afterwards, and his getting Mr. Gent to draw up an Advertisement, and offering a Reward for apprehending the Murderer, in order to screen himself, and.
Murderers -- England -- Bury St. Edmunds -- Early works to 1800. : The genuine trial of Charles Drew, for the murder of his own father, at the Assizes held at Bury St. Edmund's, on Thursday, March 27, for the county of Suffolk [electronic resource] : to which is added, an account of his behaviour, whilst under sentence of death, extract of the sermon preach'd to him the morning before his execution, his last dying speech and confession deliver'd by him to the High Sheriff of the county, his letter to his sisters, authentic letters between him and Mrs. Boyer, and his behaviour at the place of execution / by a gentleman of Bury, well acquainted with the family of the Drews, who in court took the trial down in short-hand.
Murderers -- England -- Deal. : The Life and adventures of Ambrose Gwinett, formerly well known to the public as the lame beggar [electronic resource] : who was tried, convicted, and hanged in chains at Deal, for the supposed murder of Mr. Collins : his surprising recovery after hanging in chains, his voyages to the West Indies, and being taken by the Spaniards, amongst whom he met with the supposed murdered Mr. Collins, was captured by the pirates, and recaptured by the Spaniards, and after many hardships returned to England : likewise his life in verse.
Murderers -- England -- Deal -- Biography. : The life and adventures of Ambrose Gwinett, apprentice to an attorney at law : who, for a murder which he never committed, was tried, condemned, executed, and hung in chains, in old-England ; yet lived many years afterwards, and in his travels found the man in the West-Indies, actually alive, for the supposed murder of whom he had been really executed.