Swinden, Tobias, 1659-1719 -- Chapters -- Early works to 1800. : A supplement to Mr. Swinden's chapter concerning the eternity of hell's torments [electronic resource] : Desipere tandem vel potius insanire desinamus. Sufficiat unicuique proponere suam sententiam, optimis, quibus poterit, rationibus & argumentis munitam: sine damno alterius, absque contumeliis aut rixis: quæ nihil faciunt ad veritatem, aut ad suae causae probationem. Burnet de statu Mort. & Resurgent. .
Swindlers and swindling -- England. : The cheating solliciter cheated [electronic resource] : being a true and perfect relation of the life and death of Richard Farr : with an exact character of his wench, Mrs. Eleanor Chadwick : both executed at Tyburn, the 12th of April last past.
Swindlers and swindling -- England -- London -- Early works to 1800. : The frauds of London detected, or, A warning-piece against the iniquitous practices of that metropolis [microform] : containing a just, true, and accurate account of the many atrocious artifices, tricks, seductions, strategems, impositions and deceptions, which are daily committed in and about London and Westminster ... interspersed with useful reflections, whereby the foregoing rogues and cheats are not only exposed, but may be avoided, if the reader attends to the instructions herein laid down ... / by Richard King, Esq. ...
Swindlers and swindling -- England -- Scotland -- Registers -- Early works to 1800. : An authentic list of persons (not only in the cities of London and Westminster, but also in the several counties in England and Scotland) who have surrendered themselves, in consequence of the late act, into the custody of the Marshal of the King's Bench prison, between the seventh of June, 1780, and the thirty-first of January, 1781 [electronic resource].
Swindlers and swindling -- Georgia. : Pleadings and evidence in the trial of Elijah Barber otherwise called Jesse L. Bunkley, for cheating and swindling, by personating one Jesse L. Bunkley with the intent to obtain the estate of said Jesse L. Bunkley coming to him from the estate of his father, William D. Bunkley [electronic resource] : tried in the Superior Court of Jones County, Georgia, before the Hon. John G. Polhill in December, 1837.
Swindlers and swindling -- Great Britain. : Genuine memoirs of the life and transactions of William Stroud, [electronic resource] : who was, at the Quarter-Sessions for the city and liberty of Westminster, sentenc'd to six months imprisonment in Bridewell, and to be six Times publickly whipt. Written by himself.