The Newgate calendar, or, Malefactors bloody register : containing genuine and circumstantial narratives of the lives and transactions, exploits and dying speeches of the most notorious criminals of both sexes who suffered death, and other punishments in Great Britain and Ireland, from the year 1700, to the present time, for high treason, highway robberies, petty treason, forgery, murder, rapes, sodomy, bigamy, piracy, burglaries, felony, riots, &c., and various other crimes and misdemeanours on a plan entirely new, wherein will be fully displayed the regular progress from virtue to vice interspersed with striking reflexions on the conduct of those unhappy wretches who have fallen a sacrifice to the injured laws of their country : the whole tending to guard young minds from the allurements of vice, and the paths that lead to destruction.

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Format: Electronic eBook
Published: London : Printed for J. Cooke, at Shakespear's-Head, Pater-noster Row, [1773?]
Series:World trials library.
Criminal justice & criminology.
Online Access:HeinOnline Criminal Justice & Criminology
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