Brigands and robbers -- England -- Sussex. : News from Sussex, or, The Barbarous robber strangely convicted [electronic resource] : being a full and true relation of one Gardiner, that was hang'd upon the testimony of his own daughter, at the last assizes at East- Greenstead in Sussex : with the carriage of him and his companion ... at the place of execution, the 15th of this instant March, 1676.
Brigands and robbers -- England -- Yorkshire. : Newes from the north, or, A Relation of a great robberie which was committed nere Swanton in Yorkshire, July 12, 1641 [electronic resource] : wherein is discoursed how one Master Tailour was robbed by a company of troupers, one Knowles, a dancer, being the chief ringleader : by reason of his avarice in denying to lend the King one hundred pounds at his necessity, he lost fourteen thousand pounds, and the parties have procured pardon.
Brigands and robbers -- France -- Early works to 1800. : The life and actions of Lewis Dominique Cartouche [electronic resource] : who was broke alive upon the wheel at Paris, Nov. 28, 1721, N.S. : relating at large his remarkable adventures, desperate enterprizes and various escapes : with an account of his behaviour under sentence, and upon the scaffold, and the manner of his execution / translated from the French.
Brigands and robbers -- Germany -- Fiction. : The extraordinary confession, [electronic resource] : life, and singular adventures, of wolfe; who was thirty years a notorious robber, murderer, and captain of a gang of fifty-three thieves. To which is added The wandering fugitive; or the surprising escapes of Frederic Winson, an assasin [sic].
Brigands and robbers -- Great Britain -- History. : Street-Robberies, [electronic resource] : consider'd: the reason of their being so frequent, with probable means to prevent 'em. To which is added, three short treatises; I. A warning for travellers: With Rules to know a Highwayman; and Instructions how to behave upon the Occasion. II. Observations on house-breakers: How to prevent a Tenement from being broke open: With a Word of Advice concerning Servants. III. A caveat for shop-keepers: With a Description of Shop-Lifts, how to know 'em, and how to prevent 'em: Also a Caution of delivering Goods: With the Relation of several Cheats practiced lately upon the Publick. Written by a converted thief. To which is prefix'd some Memoirs of his life.
Brigands and robbers -- History -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. : An Effectual scheme for the immediate preventing of street robberies, and suppressing all other disorders of the night. [electronic resource] : With a bief history of the night-houses. And an appendix relating to those sons of hell, call'd incendiaries. Humbly inscribed to the Right Honourable the Lord-Mayor of the city of London.
Brigands and robbers -- Ireland -- Dublin. : Animadversions on the street robberies in Dublin [electronic resource] : Together with a proposal of a scheme to prevent them for the future. In a letter to a member of Parliament.
Brigands and robbers -- Louisiana. : Hermann Remson, the great Louisiana murderer [electronic resource] : the details of his first crime, his connection with the robbery of Davis, Palmer & Co's Jewelry Store Boston, the murder of his accomplice at Buffalo, and of Mrs. Campbell, Pike Co., Mississippi : also the atrocious murder of the venerable Judge Legree, of Louisiana, and his accomplished wife, and the burning of their beautiful mansion, consuming three children in the flames : with his strange & unnatural death, sunk in the quicksands of a lonely island, in the Attakappas district of Louisiana.
Brigands and robbers -- Mexico -- Tacubaya. : Historia del crimen de Tacubaya : robo en cuadrilla, asalto y heridas perpetrados en la casa del señor don Federico Hube, la noche del 19 al 20 de julio de 1882 / por Hilario S. Gabilondo.
Brigands and robbers -- Personal narratives. : A narrative of the lives of James Falconer, Peter Bruce, and James Dick, [electronic resource] : now under sentence of death in the Tolbooth of Edinburgh, for breaking open and robbing the banking office of Dundee, on the night of the 17th February 1788. To which is added, a solemn attestation of their innocence, As Signed by themselves in the Presence of an Eminent and Reverend Divine of this City.
Brigands and robbers -- 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.
Brigands and robbers -- Spain -- Early works to 1800. : The rogue or, The excellencie of history displayed, in the notorious life of that incomparable thief, Guzman de Alfarache, the witty Spaniard. [electronic resource] / Written originally in Spanish, by Matheo Aleman, servant to his Catholike Majestie; and from the same epitomiz'd into English, by A.S. Gent.
Brigands and robbers -- Tennessee. : Lives and confessions of Zebadiah Payne, the murderer and robber of Wm. Coltart, Willis Green Carroll, the murderer and robber of Rev. Isaac Lindsey, and Archibald Kerby, the Pine Mountain assassin and murderer of Mrs. Polly Hunter, who were executed at Nashville on the 10th February, 1843 [electronic resource] : prepared for the press under their superintendance, after the sentence of death had been passed upon them by the Supreme Court of Tennessee / by a Member of the Nashville Bar.