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Newgate Prison (East Granby, Conn.) -- History. : Newgate of Connecticut [electronic resource] : a history of the prison, its insurrections, massacres, &c. : imprisonment of the Tories, in the Revolution : the ancient and recent working of its mines, &c. : to which is appended a description of the state prison, at Wethersfield / by Richard H. Phelps.  1844 1
Newgate (Prison : London, England)   31
Newgate (Prison : London, England) -- Calendars.   24
Newgate (Prison : London, England) -- Calendars -- Early works to 1800.   29
Newgate (Prison : London, England) -- Early works to 1800.   55
Newgate (Prison : London, England), -- Fiction. : Newgate narratives [electronic resource] / edited by Gary Kelly.  2008 1
Newgate (Prison : London, England) -- History.   5
Newgate (Prison : London, England) -- History -- Sources. : Newgate narratives [electronic resource] / edited by Gary Kelly.  2008 1
Newgate (Prison : London, England) -- Registers -- Early works to 1800. : The annals of Newgate [electronic resource] : or, Malefactors register : containing a particular and circumstantial account of the lives, transactions and trials of the most notorious malefactors, who have suffered an ignominious death for their offences, viz., for parricide, murder, treason, robbery, burglary, piracy, coining, forgery and rapes, from the commitment of the celebrated John Sheppard, to the acquittal of the equally celebrated Margaret Caroline Rudd : including a period of fifty years and upwards, both in town and country : calculated to expose the deformity of vice, the infamy and punishments naturally attending those who deviate from the paths of virtue and intended as a beacon to warn the rising generation against the temptations, the allurements and the dangers of bad company : the former part extracted from authentic records and the histories and transactions of the modern convicts, communicated by the unhappy sufferers themselves, since the author has been appointed to his present office / by Mr. Villette.  1776 1
  Newgrange Mound (Ireland) -- See Newgrange Site (Ireland)   1
Newgrange Site (Ireland)   2
Newhalen Village Constitutions : Constitution of the Native Village of Newhalen.  1991? 1
Newhalen Village Law : Constitution of the Native Village of Newhalen.  1991? 1
Newhall, Benjamin F., d. 1863. : For representative to Congresss, Second District [electronic resource] : Benjamin F. Newhall, of Saugus : to the voters of the Second Congressional District.  1848 1
Newhall (Calif.) -- History -- Pictorial works. : Newhall [electronic resource] / Maggi Perkins.  c2010 1
Newhall (Calif.) -- Social life and customs -- Pictorial works. : Newhall [electronic resource] / Maggi Perkins.  c2010 1
Newhall, Thomas A. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Commonwealth of Pa. vs. Thos. Allibone & Thos. A. Newhall.  1858 1
  Newigi (Book of the Old Testament) -- See Bible. Leviticus   1
Newington Trials Murder England : The trial of Richard Patch for the wilful murder of Mr. Isaac Blight, September 23, 1805, at Rotherhithe, in the county of Surrey : before the Right Hon. Sir A. Macdonald, Knt. Lord Chief Baron of His Majesty's Court of Exchequer, at the Sessions House, Newington, on Saturday, April 5, 1806 / taken in short hand by Blanchard and Ramsey.  1806 1
Newington Trials Treason England   2
Newington, William -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The Annals of Newgate [electronic resource] : or, Malefactors register : containing a particular and circumstantial account of the lives, transactions and trials of the most notorious malefactors, who have suffered an ignominious death for their offences, viz., for parricide, murder, treason, robbery, burglary, piracy, coining, forgery, and rapes : from the commitment of the celebrated John Sheppard, to the acquittal of the equally celebrated Margaret Caroline Rudd, including a period of fifty years and upwards, both in town and country : calculated to expose the deformity of vice, the infamy and punishments naturally attending those who deviate from the paths of virtue and intended as a beacon to warn the rising generation against the temptations, the allurements and the dangers of bad company : the former part extracted from authentic records and the histories and transactions of the modern convicts, communicated by the unhappy sufferers themselves.  1776 1
Newland, David -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Contested election case, Newland vs. Graham [electronic resource] : February 24, 1836 : read and ordered to be printed : Mr. Boyd, from the Committee of Elections, to which the subject had been referred, submitted the following report.  1836? 1
Newland, Lady, d. 1690 -- Early works to 1800. : A sermon preached at the funeral of the Lady Newland. At Alhallows Barkin, London [electronic resource] : By John Scott, D.D.  1690 1
Newlands, John -- Trials, litigation, etc., -- Early works to 1800. : Mem. John Wood, Esq; &c. against Lieut. John Newlands. J. Taylor, W.S. agent. (Lord Swinton reporter.) Memorial for John Wood, Esq; formerly resident at King's Cramond, and Thomas Sivewright of South-house, defenders along with Thomas Mercer formerly writer in Edinburgh and Alexander Lord Macdonald; against Lieutenant John Newlands of Lochhead, pursuer [electronic resource].  1790 1
  Newly democratic states -- See New democracies   1
  Newly independent states -- See also New democracies   1
Newly independent states.   13
Newly independent states -- Africa, Northeast.   2
Newly independent states -- Case studies. : What we owe Iraq [electronic resource] : war and the ethics of nation building / Noah Feldman.  c2004 1
Newly independent states -- History -- 20th century. : 28 June : Sarajevo 1914-Versailles 1919 : the war and peace that made the modern world / edited by Alan Sharp.  2014 1
Newly independent states -- Politics and government.   4
  Newly industrialized countries -- See Developing countries   1
  Newly industrializing countries -- See Developing countries   1
Newman, Alexander, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Court of Appeals, state of New York, in the matter of the application of Joseph P. McLaughlin, petitioner-appellant, against William Wilson, commissioner of the Department of Housing and Buildings of the City of New York, Joseph D. McGoldrick and Almerindo Portfolio, comptroller and treasurer, respectively, of the city of New York, defendants-respondents, in the matter of John H. Newman, petitioner-appellant, against the same, defendants-respondents, in the matter of Henry C. Wist, petitioner-appellant, against the same, defendants-respondents, in the matter of Alexander Newman, petitioner-appellant, against the same, defendants-respondents, in the matter of Edmund F. Konrady, petitioner-appellant, against the same, defendants-respondents, in the matter of George J. Northrup, petitioner-appellant, against the same, defendants-respondents, in the matter of August Nebgen, petitioner-appellant, against the same, defendants-respondents, in the matter of Charles J. Falk, petitioner-appellant, against the same, defendants-respondents, in the matter of Anthony A. McNally, petitioner-appellant, against the same, defendants-respondents, in the matter of John E. Manion, petitioner-appellant, against the same, defendants-respondents, in the matter of Louis Sweet, petitioner-appellant, against the same, defendants-respondents, in the matter of Charles Zoufaly, petitioner-appellant, against the same, defendants-respondents, in the matter of William Bartow, petitioner-appellant, against the same, defendants-respondents, in the matter of John J. Lundon, petitioner-appellant, against the same, defendants-respondents, in the matter of Harry P. Wasserman, petitioner-appellant, against the same, defendants-respondents, in the matter of Harold U. Lockwood, petitioner-appellant, against the same, defendants-respondents [electronic resource] : notice of motion to dismiss appeals for want of jurisdiction with affidavit and supporting brief.  1943? 1
Newman, B. B., -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the Supreme Court of the state of California, George Barstow, respondent, vs. B.B. Newman et als., appellants [electronic resource] : brief for respondent.  1867 1
Newman, Barnett, 1905-1970 -- Aesthetics. : Barnett Newman and Heideggerian philosophy [electronic resource] / Claude Cernuschi.  2012 1
Newman, Barnett, 1905-1970 -- Criticism and interpretation. : Barnett Newman and Heideggerian philosophy [electronic resource] / Claude Cernuschi.  2012 1
Newman, Barnett, 1905-1970 -- Public opinion. : Voices of fire : art, rage, power, and the state / edited by Bruce Barber, Serge Guilbaut, and John O'Brian ; introduction by John O'Brian.  1996 1
Newman, Barnett, 1905-1970. Voice of fire.   2
Newman College (University of Melbourne). : Walter Burley Griffin : the architecture of Newman College, 1915-18 : part 1, Specifics / Jeffrey John Turnbull.  2014 1
Newman, Dorothy -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Most wicked, cruel, bloody, and barbarous news from this last Lent Assizes at the city of Winchester in Hampshire [electronic resource] : being a full and true relation of George Bromman, and Dorothy Newman, his wicked strumpet, being both agreed to make away his own wife, and son ... : also the manner how they were hang'd in chains ... on Tuesday the 7th of this instant March, 1676 : as also an account of a young-man that murdered his sweet-heart, being his fellow-servant at Stratford by Bow ... : as also hovv he vvas condemn'd to be hang'd at Chelmsford Assizes, the 28th of February, 1676 / by L. White.  1676 1
Newman, Frances, -1928 -- Criticism and interpretation. : Frances Newman [electronic resource] : southern satirist and literary rebel / Barbara Ann Wade.  c1998 1
Newman, Frances, d. 1928 -- Correspondence. : Frances Newman's letters [electronic resource] / edited by Hansell Baugh, with a prefatory note by James Branch Cabell.  1929 1
Newman, Francis -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The Trial of an information issuing out of the Court of King's-Bench, on the prosecution of William Baily, clerk, against Francis Newman and John Hunt, Esqrs., two of His Majesty's justices of the peace for the county of Somerset [electronic resource] : for certain trespasses and misdemeanors, at the assizes at Taunton, in the said county, on Monday the first of April, 1776, before the Honourable Sir Beaumont Hotham, knight, one of the Barons of his Majesty's Court of Exchequer.  1776? 1
Newman, Frank C. : New Directions in Human Rights / Ellen L. Lutz, Kathryn J. Burke, Hurst Hannum.  2016 1
Newman, Fred -- Views on psychology. : Performing psychology [electronic resource] : a postmodern culture of the mind / Lois Holzman, editor.  1999 1
Newman, George, Sir, 1870-1948. Infant mortality. : Infant mortality [electronic resource] : a continuing social problem / edited by Eilidh Garrett ... [et al.].  c2006 1
Newman, Henry, 1670-1743 -- Correspondence. : [Henry Newman correspondence].  2008- 1
Newman, I. DeQuincy, 1911-1985.   2
Newman, James, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, Frederick, Hugh Graham, master, Rowland Craig, the supercargo, claimant of the ship, on behalf of Henry Sadler and Co., of New York, and of the Cargo, on behalf of the said Henry Sadler and Co., John and Nathan M'Vicar and Co., William Baillie, John Juhel and Co., and Gurdon S. Mumford, al of New York, and respectively citizens of the United States of America, appellant, against James Newman, Esq., commander of His Majesty's ship of war La Loire, respondent [electronic resource] : on an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England : appellant's case.  1808? 1
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