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Lettre d'un Hollandois a un Parisien
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Di qi qi ren : dian ying xiao shuo by Feng, Huang
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Female homicide commitments
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Albert DeSalvo aka The Boston Strangler
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Ellen Thomson - : beyond a resonable doubt? by Jessie Street National Women's Library Lunch Hour Talk (19 November 2015.)
DDC
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Ism al-qaḍīyah : Rayyā wa-Sakīnah khilāl al-fatrah bayna Nūfimbir, 1919/12 Nūfimbir, 1920 by Markaz al-Qawmī lil-Dirāsāt al-Qaḍāʼīyah (Egypt)
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Sam Shuttle and Betty Reedhook ; : Verses on the execution of Catherine Foster, for poisoning her husband
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The Botany poisoning case : a brief history of the most famous female poisoners, Borgia Family etc. How they killed and what they killed with. Symptoms and agonies of arsenic illustrated with a photo of Mrs Chantrelle who was poisoned by her husband with phrenological and physiognomical sketch of Mrs. Louisa Collins, the Botany murderess and Kate Cobb the Norwich Poisoner
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Vie privée de Marie-Catherine-Cécile Bouhourt
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A true translation of a paper written in French, delivered by Margaret Martell to the under-sheriff at the time and place of her execution, at Suffolk-street end, July 16, 1697, for the barbarous murther of Elizabeth Pullen, wife of Paul Pullen, Esq by Martel, Margaret, -1697
LCC
  216 6 1640 1640
Murther, murther, or, A bloody relation how Anne Hamton dwelling in Westminster nigh London by poyson murthered her deare husband Sept. 1641, being assisted and counselled thereunto by Margeret Harwood : for which both committed to gaole, and at this time wait for a tryall
LCC
  213 1 1641 1641
The last speech, confession & prayer of Joyce Ebbs : to several ministers in the presse-yard at Newgate, and at the place of execution in Smithfield Rounds on Thursday last in the fore-noon. Immediately before she was bound to the stake, to be burnt alive, to ashes, for that horrid act and bloody murdering of her own husband at Dog and Bitch Yard near Drury Lane. : As also, the several passages that happened before her death; her heavie groans and shrieks in the fire, and the providing of a half sheet spread over with pitch, to shorten the time of her miserable torment by Ebbs, Joyce, -1662
LCC
  212 9 1662 1662
Horrid nevvs of a barbarous murder committed at Plimouth : On the bodies of an antient woman and her daughter, by the malicious contrivance of a nurse they entertain'd in the house, and an apprentice-maid; who agreed to poyson their two mistresses: and accordingly effected it, by boyling mercury in their broth, upon a Sunday as they were at church: insomuch that having eaten but a little of the broth, they dyed within a very few hours. With an account of the obstinate and stedfast denials of Elizabeth Cary the nurse, notwithstanding the impeachment of Ann Evans the apprentice-maid, who hath confessed that they were both guilty of the murder, and accordingly they are sentenced, one to be hang'd, the other to be burned to death at Plimouth aforesaid, upon the 30th. of this instant March, 1676. Licensed, H. Oldenburg
DDC
  1 1 1676 1676
Dreadful news from Southwark, or, A true account of the most horrid murder committed by Margaret Osgood, on her husband Walter Osgood a hat-maker, on Saturday the 31th [sic] of July 1680 : whom she most barbarously murdered, by cleaving his head whilst he was asleep, cuting [sic] off his ears, and wounding him in several other places in an inhumane manner : together with her examination and confession of the whole fact before the justice of the peace, and commitment of her to prison till tryal
LCC
  155 5 1680 1680
Warnings from the dead. Or Solemn admonitions unto all people : but especially unto young persons to beware of such evils as would bring them to the dead by Mather, Cotton 1663-1728
DDC/LCC
  307 13 1693 1693
An Account of the seizing or apprehending, behaviour, confession, and commitment to Newgate of Mary St. Dunstan (born near Temple-bar), the bloody midwife's servant : committed by warrant from the right honourable Sir John Fleet, knight, Lord Mayor : with an account of reasons for the midwife's poysoning of her self in Newgate
LCC
  218 9 1693 1693
The Unnatural mother : being a full and true account of one Elizabeth Kennet, a marry'd woman, living in Robin Hood's Court in Shoe-lane, who, on Tuesday the 6th April, 1697, privately deliver'd her self, and afterwards flung her infant in the fire, and burnt it all to ashes, but a few of the bones : likewise of her being had before a justice, and her confession there
LCC
  209 6 1697 1697
A true copy of the paper delivered by Margaert [sic] Martels own hand, before she went to the place of execution, July the 16th, 1697 by Martel, Margaret, -1697
LCC
  225 9 1697 1697
Impenitent sinners warned of their misery and summoned to judgment : delivered in two sermons, the former on the Sabbath, Nov. 6, the other on the lecture following, Nov. 10, 1698, occasioned by the amazing instance of a miserable creature who stood condemned for murdering her infant begotten in whoredom : to which are subjoyned the solemn words spoken to her on those opportunities, published for the warning of others by Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707
DDC/LCC
  617 30 1698 1698
Death the certain wages of sin to the impenitent: life the sure reward of grace to the penitent : together with the only way for youth to avoid the former, and attain the latter. : Deliver'd in three lecture sermons ; occasioned by the imprisonment, condemnation and execution, of a young woman, who was guilty of murdering her infant begotten in whoredom. : To which is added, an account of her manner of life & death, in which the glory of free grace is displayed by Rogers, John, 1666-1745
DDC/LCC
  220 7 1701 1701
The divine compassions declar'd and magnified: to engage and encourage the greatest sinners unto a speedy and earnest repentance : a sermon, preach'd at the lecture in Boston, June 2. 1715. Upon the sorrowful occasion of a miserable woman present, under sentence of death for the murder of her spurious infant by Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747
LCC
  25 1 1715 1715
The divine compassions declar'd and magnified: to engage and encourage the greatest sinners unto a speedy and earnest repentance : A sermon, preach'd at the lecture in Boston, June 2. 1715. Upon the sorrowful occasion of a miserable woman present, under sentence of death for the murder of her spurious infant by Colman, Benjamin 1673-1747
LCC
  157 7 1715 1715
A sorrowful spectacle : In two sermons, occasioned by a just sentence of death, on a miserable woman, for the murder of a spurious offspring. : The one declaring, the evil of an heart hardened, under and against all means of good. : The other describing, the fearful case of such as in a suffering time, and much more such as in a dying hour, are found without the fear of God. : With some remarkable things, relating to the criminal ; proper for all to be informed of by Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
DDC/LCC
  206 9 1715 1715
The divine compassions declar'd and magnified: to engage and encourage the greatest sinners unto a speedy and earnest repentance : a sermon, preach'd at the lecture in Boston, June 2. 1715. Upon the sorrowful occasion of a miserable woman present, under sentence of death for the murder of her spurious infant by Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747
LCC
  11 3 1715 1715
Sarah Malcolm executed in Fleet Street, March [the] 7th 1732 for robbing the chambers of Mrs. Lydia Duncomb in [the] Temple, and murdering her, Eliz. Harrison & Ann Price by Hogarth, William, 1697-1764
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  1 1 1732 1732
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