Northampton (England) -- History, Military. : Joyfull newes from Wells in Somerset-shire : vvherein is declared how the cavaliers were beaten out of the said town by those heroick gentlemen and members of the Parliament : the names of the members of the Parl. are these: Sir Francis Popham, Sir Iohn Horner, M. Richard Cole, M. Strowd, M. Pine, Sir Edward Hungerford, Sir Edward Gainton : the names of the chiefe cavaliers are these: Marquesse of Hartford, Lord Paulet, Sir Ralph Hopton, Sir Francis Dorrington, Master Smith : likewise a true relation how they came to Bristow with an intent to have fortified themselves but were opposed by the wel-affected party of the city : with a relation of the taking of Northampton by the cavaliers on Tuesday the ninth of August, 1642 : whereunto is annexed the Parliaments resolution concerning the said cavaliers.
Executions and executioners -- England -- Northampton -- Early works to 1800. : Relation of the most remarkable proceedings at the late assizes at Northampton : Conteyning truely and fully, the tryals, confessions, and execution of a most mischievous vvitch, notorious high-way-man, barbarous murderess. The first being Mary Forster, who by witchcraft destroyed above 30 sheep belonging to one Joseph Weedon, and afterwards burned to the ground his dwelling-house, and two large barns, full of corn and hay: to his damage above 300l. VVith her confession of the fact, how, and why she did it: and askign him forgiveness for the same. And a wonderful experiment of her divelish skill shewed in the goal, after she was condemned. The second a high-way-man, who had been 14 times in goal, and before his death discovered several others. The third a young vvench that killed her child, with the strange means how the same was discovered, and her penitent behaviour at the execution. Who all suffered at Northampton aforesaid, Saturday, Aug. 22. 1674.
Fires -- England -- Northampton. : The state of Northampton from the beginning of the fire Sept. 20th 1675 to Nov. 5th : represented in a letter to a friend in London and now recommended to all well disposed persons in order to Christian-charity and speedy relief for the said distressed town and people / by a country minister.
Homicide -- Massachusetts -- Northampton. : Report of the trial of George Bowen [electronic resource] : for the murder of Jonathan Jewett, who committed suicide on the 9th of November, 1815, while confined in the Common Gaol of the county of Hampshire, under sentence of death for the murder of his father.
Infanticide -- Massachusetts -- Northampton. : A sermon, preached at the execution of Abiel Converse, [electronic resource] : who was executed at Northampton for the murder of her infant bastard child, July 6th, 1788. / By Aaron Bascom, A.M. Pastor of the church in Chester.
Northampton Infirmary (Northampton, England) -- Anniversaries, etc. : A sermon preach'd in the parish-church of All-Saints in Northampton : before the president and governors of the County Infirmary for Sick and Lame Poor, at the anniversary meeting on Thursday, September 22, 1748. By the Right Reverend Father in God, John, Lord Bishop of Peterborough. To which is added An account of the rise, progress, and present state of the Infirmary; together with a List of the Subscribers and Benefactors.
Northampton (Mass.) -- Church history -- Sources. : A vindication of the protest against the result of the Northampton-council : In answer to a letter published by the Reverend Messieurs Robert Breck, Joseph Ashly, Timothy Woodbridge, Chester Williams; intitled, An account of the conduct of the council which dismiss'd the Reverend Mr. Edwards from the pastoral care of the First Church at Northampton; with reflections on the protestation accompanying the printed result of that council, and the letter published relating to that affair. In a letter to a gentleman. By William Hobby, A.M. Pastor of the First Church at Reading. [One line from Job].
Murder -- Massachusetts -- Northampton. : A sermon, preached at the execution of Abiel Converse, [electronic resource] : who was executed at Northampton for the murder of her infant bastard child, July 6th, 1788. / By Aaron Bascom, A.M. Pastor of the church in Chester.