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Murderers -- England -- Bury St. Edmunds. : The suffolk parricide, [electronic resource] : 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  1740 1
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.  1740 1
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.  1800? 1
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.  1798 1
Murderers -- England -- Early works to 1800.   22
Murderers -- England -- Leeds. : A Short account of the murder of Mr. Scurr, at Beeston-Park, near Leeds [electronic resource].  1810? 1
Murderers -- England -- Leicester -- Biography. : Cook, the murderer, or, The Leicester tragedy [electronic resource] : being a full and faithful account of the horrible assassination of Mr. John Paas of London, on the 30th of May, 1832 : perpetrated by James Cook of Leicester : with an authentic detail of the cruel means adopted by the murdered to accomplish the bloody deed : and of the inhuman method which he used to dispose of the body of his murdered victim : to which is added, the singular manner, in which the melancholy fate of the deceased gentleman was discovered, the flight of the culprit, his subsequent apprehension at Liverpool, and his confession of the Barbarous fact, with his trial, conviction, sentence, and execution / written from the most accurate information by C.J. Williams.  1832? 1
Murderers -- England -- London.   3
Murderers -- England -- London -- Early works to 1800.   2
Murderers -- England -- Manchester.   3
Murderers -- England -- St. Albans -- Early works to 1800. : Law unknown, or, Judgement unjust [electronic resource] : wherein is shewed, that some persons were indicted, judged and condemned at the sessions in the Old Bailey, London, by an unknown law, neither printed nor published, nor any ways knowable by the common people, whereby the inhabitants of this nation may perceive what unavoidable bondage and slavery they are going into : with a brief relation of the killing of John Townesend by Major Crosby at St. Albones, and the proceedings of court thereupon in quitting the said Crosby and punishing the peaceable standers by, and some remarkable passages of Sir Harbottle Grimston, in the said tryal : together also with certain queries, grounded upon the act of indempnity especially recommended to the serious consideration of the said Sir Harbottle and all the members of that Parliament whereof he was speaker.  1662? 1
Murderers -- England -- Sussex -- Early works to 1800.   2
Murderers -- England -- Yorkshire. : Eugene Aram, his life and trial [electronic resource] / by Eric R. Watson.  1913? 1
Murderers -- England -- Yorkshire -- Early works to 1800. : A Cruel, barbarous, shocking, and inhuman murder, which was committed on the body of one John Killpatrick, a Scotchman, by 4 men and one woman, at a Publick-House betwixt Barny Castle and Richmond in Yorkshire. Which was committed in Jan. last [electronic resource].  1775? 1
Murderers -- Europe, Northern -- Psychology.   2
Murderers -- Fiction.   5
Murderers -- Fiction -- Early works to 1800.   2
Murderers -- France. : Memoirs of Madame Manson, explanatory of her conduct, on the trial for the assassination of M. Fuald賟h[electronic resource] / [electronic resource] / written by herself and addressed to Madame Enjalran, her mother ; translated from the French, and accompanied by an abstract of the trial, and a concise account of the persons and events alluded to in the memoirs, by the translator.  1818 1
Murderers -- Germany -- Bönnigheim -- Case studies. : Death of an assassin : the true story of the German murderer who died defending Robert E. Lee / Ann Marie Ackermann.  2017 1
Murderers -- Great Britain.   11
Murderers -- Great Britain -- Biography.   4
Murderers -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800.   15
Murderers -- Great Britain -- 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].  1800 1
Murderers -- Illinois. : The life and writings of Adolphus F. Monroe [electronic resource] : who was hung by blood-thirsty mob in Charleston, Ill., on the 15th day of February, 1856, for killing his father-in-law, Nathan Ellington, Esq., in self-defence.  1857 1
Murderers -- Illinois -- Biography. : Survived by one [electronic resource] : the life and mind of a family mass murderer / Robert E. Hanlon with Thomas V. Odle.  2013 1
Murderers -- Indiana -- New Albany. : Full account of the life, adventures and execution of Ernst William Gross, who was executed at New Albany, Indiana, on Friday, December 13th, 1850 [electronic resource] / translated from the German by Charles Meyer and published for the benefit of the unfortunate mother of the convict, who followed her son from Germany and fondly hoped to obtain his support in her old age, but instead of finding him in his usual employment as a sober and industrious mechanic, she met him in chains, a convicted murderer, instead of obtaining his support, she was doomed to witness his ignominious death and was turned away upon a world of strangers, destitute of any means of support : this publication was made to enable her to collect the means for returning to her former home.  1852 1
Murderers -- Ireland -- Biography. : Some authentic particulars of the life of the late John Macnaghton, Esq [electronic resource] : of Benvardon; who was executed in Ireland, on Tuesday the 15th of December, for the murder of Miss Mary Ann Knox; Only daughter of Andrew Knox, Esq; of Prehen; Representative in the late and present Parliament for the County of Donegal. Compiled from Papers communicated by a Gentleman in Ireland, to a Person of Distinction of that Kingdom, now residing here.  1762 1
Murderers -- Ireland -- Dublin. : Report of the trials at the Dublin Commission Court, April and May 1883, of the prisoners charged with the Ph Park murder [electronic resource] : the attempt to murder Mr. Field and the conspiracy to murder : before the Hon. Mr. Justice O'Brien / reported by W.C. Johnston, Esq.  1883 1
Murderers -- Ireland -- Dublin -- Early works to 1800. : An appeal to the public [electronic resource] / by George Robert Fitzgerald, Esq., in which is occasionally introduced the Constitutional doctrine of indictments at Common Law, in contradistinction to those of Staute Law.  1782 1
Murderers -- Italy -- Biography. : Carlo Gesualdo, Prince of Venosa, musician and murderer [electronic resource] / by Cecil Gray and Philip Heseltine.  1926 1
Murderers -- Kansas -- 19th century -- Biography -- Fiction. : The five fiends, or, The Bender Hotel horror in Kansas : this family of fiends have for a number of years been systematically murdering travellers who stopped at their hotel or store, by a most singulur [sic] method, which has never been discovered until the killing of Dr. York, the brother of Senator York, of Kansas : this book contains full and startling details of their lives and awful crimes : it is certain that they have murdered over one hundred people!  1890 1
Murderers -- Kentucky -- Covington -- Biography. : Life and confession of Mary Jane Gordon, who was tried, condemned, and hung on the twenty-fourth day of February, 1849, for the murder of Jane Anderson, a native of Covington, Kentucky [electronic resource] : her trial, councillors' debates, judge's charge to the jury, final sentence, condemnation and execution, etc. / carefully collected by the author, J.S. Calhoun.  1849 1
Murderers -- Louisiana.   2
Murderers -- Louisiana -- Biography. : Hermann Remson, the great Louisiana murderer : 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 the strange & unnatural death, sunk in the quicksands of a lonely island in the Attakappas district of Louisiana.  1855 1
Murderers -- Maine. : Transcript of the writings of Joseph J. Sager [electronic resource] : while confined in the jail at Augusta, Me. ...  1835? 1
Murderers -- Maryland -- Baltimore. : The confession of Adam Horn, alias Andrew Hellman, embodying particulars of his life, convicted on the 27th November, 1843, in Baltimore County Court, of the murder of his wife [electronic resource] : with a summary of his trial and sentence of death, pronounced by the Hon. Richard B. Magruder, on the 4th December, 1843.  1843 1
Murderers -- Maryland -- Baltimore County. : The life of Andrew Hellman, alias Adam Horn [electronic resource] : containing full particulars of the murder of his first wife, his escape from prison, and marriage with Malinda Horn, his second victim, with an account of his trial and sentence, and complete review of his confession : to which is added, a full account of the Staten Island murders.  1844 1
Murderers -- Massachusetts. : Incidents in the life of Milton W. Streeter, the jealous and infatuated murderer, who murdered his young and beautiful wife Elvira W. Streeter, at Southbridge, Mass., October 23, 1848 [electronic resource] : containing all the interesting incidents of his lifeᬬ the particulars of the murder詳 trial which occurred in June, 1849, sentence, &c.  1850 1
Murderers -- Massachusetts -- Biography. : The life, character, and career of Edward W. Green, postmaster of Malden : the murderer of Frank E. Converse.  1864 1
Murderers -- Massachusetts -- Boston.   7
Murderers -- Massachusetts -- Boston -- Biography. : Life of Michael Powers, now under sentence of death, for the murder of Timothy Kennedy / dictated by himself.  1820 1
Murderers -- Massachusetts -- Boston Region. : Everything secret degenerates : the FBI's use of murderers as informants : third report / by the Committee on Government Reform.  2004 1
Murderers -- Massachusetts -- Malden. : Life, character, and [career] of Edward W. Green, postmaster of Malden, the murderer of Frank E. Converse [electronic resource].  1864 1
Murderers -- Massachusetts -- Sandwich. : A history of the Pocasset tragedy [electronic resource] : with the three sermons preached in New Bedford / by Rev. William J. Potter, Rev. C.S. Nutter, and Rev. W.C. Stiles.  1879 1
Murderers -- Massachusetts -- Stoneham. : Some particulars of the life of Thomas H. Daniels, alias Daniel H. Thomas [electronic resource] : who was apprehended in Newport on the 29th November, on suspicion of being concerned in the robbery and murder of Mr. Jacob Gould of Stoneham on the evening of the 25th November, and who put an end to his existence by hanging himself in Middlesex Prison on the 13th instant / communicated by said Daniels while in prison in New-Port, to a gentleman of this town.  1819 1
Murderers -- Mental health. : Homicide [electronic resource] : a psychiatric perspective / Carl P. Malmquist.  c2006 1
Murderers -- Nebraska -- Biography.   2
Murderers -- New Jersey -- Biography. : Life, confession, and letters of courtship of Rev. Jacob S. Harden, of the M.E. Church, Mount Lebanon, Hunterdon Co., N.J. : executed for the murder of his wife, on the 6th of July, 1860, at Belvidere, Warren Co., N.J.  1860 1
Murderers -- New York (State)   3
Murderers -- New York (State) -- Albany. : The confession of Jesse Strang, who was convicted of the murder of John Whipple, at a special Court of Oyer and Terminer, held in and for the county of Albany, on the fourth day of August 1827 [electronic resource] : being a minute relation of all the circumstances connected with the murder, as related by him, after his conviction and which he most solemnly affirmed, contained nothing but the truth / made to C. Pepper.  1827 1
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