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Criminal justice, Administration of -- England -- Early works to 1800 (2)
Criminal law -- England -- Early works to 1800 (2)
Dell, Annis, -- -1606 (2)
Dennis, William, -- -1677? (2)
Dickison, John Francis, -- -1681 -- Early works to 1800 (2)
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England (2)
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Gately, Thomas, -- -1677? (2)
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Great Britain -- History -- Charles II, 1660-1685 -- Early works to 1800 (2)
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London (England) -- Social life and customs -- 16th century -- Early works to 1800 (2)
Ludlow, Edmund, -- 1617?-1692 -- Early works to 1800 (2)
Mooney, Nicolas, 1721-1752 (2)
Murder -- Early works to 1800 (2)
Outlaws -- England -- Early works to 1800 (2)
Poor -- England -- Early works to 1800 (2)
1Title:  Theeues falling out, true-men come by their goods: or, The bel-man wanted a clapper: A peale of new villanies rung ont [sic]: being musicall to a[ll] gentlemen, lawyers, farmers, and all sorts of people that come up to the tearme: shewing, that the villanies of lewd women doe, by many degrees, excell those of men. By Robert Greene   
 Alt. Title:  Disputation, betweene a hee conny-catcher, and a shee conny-catcher   
 Creator:  Greene, Robert, 1558-1592 | Huth Library 
 Publication:  Printed for Henry and Moses Bell, London, 1637 
 Notes:  First published in 1592 as: A disputation, betweene a hee conny-catcher, and a shee conny-catcher With a title page woodcut Signatures: A-Fp4s 
 Extent:  [48] p. ; (4to) 
 Subjects:  Crime -- England -- Early works to 1800

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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2Title:  Greenes ghost haunting cony-catchers: wherein is set downe the art of humouring. The art of carrying stones. Will. St. lift. Ia. Fost. law. Ned Bro. catch. and Blacke Robins kindnesse. With the merry conceits of Doctor Pinch-backe a notable makeshift. Ten times more pleasant than any thing yet published of this matter   
 Creator:  Rowlands, Samuel, 1570?-1630? | Greene, Robert, 1558-1592 | Bindley, James, 1739-1818 | Hoe, Robert, 1839-1909 
 Publication:  Printed [by Eliot's Court Press] for Francis Williams, London, 1626 
 Notes:  Dedication signed: S.R., i.e. Samuel Rowlands. Also sometimes attributed to Robert Greene, and in fact partly plagiarized from him and others Identification of printer from STC Signatures: A-Gp4s (-A1, G4) Running title reads: Greenes ghost haunting conicatchers 
 Extent:  [52] p. ; (4to) 
 Subjects:  Crime -- England -- Early works to 1800

 
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3Title:  The discouerie of the knights of the poste: or The knightes of the post, or co[m]mon common [sic] baylers newly discried: Wherein is shewed and plainely laide open, many lewde actions, and subtill deuises, which are daily practised by them: to the great abuse of most honorable councelers, learned iudges, and other graue maiestrates: and also to the defrauding and vtter vndoing of a greate number of her Maiesties good and loyall subiects. By E.S   
 Creator:  E. S., active 1597 | Sharpham, Edward, 1576-1608 
 Publication:  printed by G. S[haw] and are to be solde [by R. Walker] neere the Golden Lyon in the olde Bayly, At London, 1597 
 Notes:  E.S. = Edward Sharpham? Printer's and bookseller's names from STC and addendum Signatures: A-Dp4s Ep2s First leaf is blank Running title reads: The discouery of the knights of the poste 
 Extent:  [36] p. ; (4to) 
 Subjects:  Crime -- England -- Early works to 1800

 
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4Title:  A relation of a bloody and barbarous murder: committed on the body of Mr. Wright, a Protestant minister, on Thursday the 24. of this instant February: with the manner of the discovery, and of the coroners inquest thereon   
 Publication:  printed by W. Downing, London, 1693 
 Extent:  1 sheet ([1] p.) ; (1/2 sheet) 
 Subjects:  Wright, -- Mr., -- -1693 | Crime -- England -- Early works to 1800

 
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5Title:  The confession and execution of the five prisoners that suffered at Tyburn, on Friday the 4th of June, 1680: Viz. Thomas Newell, John Biggs, both guilty of burglary, and also of breaking prison lately out of Newgate. John Eakins, one of the same crew for burglary. George D. a marshals man, for murdering a child. And Richard Spykeman, for burglary. With an account of their behaviour after condemnation, and at the place of execution   
 Publication:  s.n, London, 1680] 
 Notes:  Caption title The names "Thomas Newell, John Biggs," are bracketed together in title 
 Extent:  4 p. ; (fol.) 
 Subjects:  Newell, Thomas, -- -1680 | Crime -- England -- Early works to 1800

 
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6Title:  Sadler' memoirs: or, The history of the life and death of that famous thief Thomas Sadler¨: Giving a true account of his being fifteen times in the goal of Newgate, and a relation of his most notorious pranks in city and countrey. With a particular description of the manner of his robbing the Lord High Chancellour of England; for which he was condemned to dye, and executed at Tyburn on Fryday the sixteenth of March, 1677. With allowance, Ro. L'Estrange   
 Publication:  Printed for P. Brooksby, in Westsmithfield, London], [1677] 
 Notes:  Place and date of publication from Wing 
 Extent:  [2], 17, [1] p. ; 4to 
 Subjects:  Sadler, Thomas, -- -1677 | Crime -- England -- Early works to 1800

 
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7Title:  The life of Nicolas Mooney. Wherein is contained, his parentage and education; an Account of his joining the Rebel Army at Carlisle, and the Part he acted therein, 'till the Defeat thereof at Culloden-Moor; the Adventures he met with both before and after this, 'till he took to the Highway; with a brief account of his vicious life, 'till he committed the Robbery at Bristol, for which he was condemn'd to be executed there on Friday, April 24, 1752. Together with his Religious and Moral Reflections upon the most remarkable Passages of his whole Life; and an Account of his Conversion the Sunday before his Trial. Taken from his own mouth, by a friend; and publish'd at his Request.   
 Creator:  Mooney, Nicolas, 1721-1752. 
 Publication:  Bristol : printed and sold by Felix Farley, at Shakespear's Head, the lower End of Small-Street, [1752?]  
 Extent:  47,[1]p. ; 8⁰. 
 Subjects:  Crime - England - Early works to 1800 | Mooney, Nicolas, 1721-1752

 
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8Title:  The life of Nicolas Mooney. Wherein is contained, his parentage and education; an Account of his joining the Rebel Army at Carlisle, and the Part he acted therein, 'till the Defeat thereof at Culloden-Moor; the Adventures he met with both before and after this, 'till he took to the Highway; with a brief account of his vicious life, 'till he committed the Robbery at Bristol, for which he was executed on St. Michael's Hill on Friday, April 24, 1752. Together with his Religious and Moral Reflections upon the most remarkable Passages of his whole Life; and an Account of his Conversion the Sunday before his Trial. Taken from his own mouth by a friend; and publish'd at his Request.   
 Creator:  Mooney, Nicolas, 1721-1752. 
 Publication:  Bristol : printed and sold by Felix Farley, at Shakespear's Head, the lower End of Small-Street. - Sold also by T. Trye, Holbourn, and W. Owen, Temple-Bar, London; and R. Raikes, Gloucester, [1752]  
 Extent:  47,[1]p. ; 8⁰. 
 Subjects:  Crime - England - Early works to 1800 | Mooney, Nicolas, 1721-1752

 
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9Title:  A true account of the proceedings on the crown--side at this Lent assize, held for the county of Surrey in the burrough of Southwark, before Sir Job Charleton, Knight, one of the judges of assize, and other his Majesty's justices, &c: Beginning on Thursday the 13th of March, 1683. and ending on Saturday the 15th of the said month. With the number that received sentence of death, were burnt in the hand, &c   
 Publication:  printed by George Croom at the Blew-Ball in Thames-street, over against Baynard's Castle, London, 1684] 
 Notes:  Caption title Imprint from colophon The year in the title is given according to Lady Day dating 
 Extent:  4 p. ; (fol.) 
 Subjects:  Trials -- England -- Early works to 1800 | Crime -- England -- Early works to 1800

 
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10Title:  A true account of the proceedings against the criminals, at the assizes of oyer and terminer, and goal-delivery, at the Market-House holden in Nevv-VVindsor for the county of Berks: Which began on Monday the 27th. of July, 1685. and ended on Tuesday the 28th of the same: giving a relation of the tryals of divers notorious malefactors, tryed for roberies, felonies, murther, and other crimes and misdemeanors; together, with their names, number: and more particular, an account of such as recieved sentence of death, were burnt in the hand, and ordered to stand in the pillory   
 Alt. Title:  True account of the proceedings against the criminals, at the assizes of oyer and terminer, and goal-delivery, at the Market-House holden in New-Windsor for the county of Berks   
 Publication:  printed by E. Mallet, in Black-Horse-Alley near Fleet-Bridge, London, 1685] 
 Notes:  Caption title Imprint from colophon 
 Extent:  4 p. ; (fol.) 
 Subjects:  Trials -- England -- Early works to 1800 | Crime -- England -- Early works to 1800

 
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11Title:  The true narrative of the procedings [sic] at the Sessions-House in the Old-Baylx [sic]¨ Which began on Wednesday the 26th of this instant April, 1680. and ended on Fryday the 28th following: Giving an account of most of the remarkable trials there, viz. for high-treason, murders, fellonies and burglaries, &c. with a particular relation of their names, and the places of their committing their facts, with the number of those condemned to die, burnt in the hand and to be whipt   
 Creator:  Great Britain Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace (London) 
 Publication:  s.n, London, 1680] 
 Notes:  Caption title 
 Extent:  4 p. ; (fol.) 
 Subjects:  Trials -- England -- Early works to 1800 | Crime -- England -- Early works to 1800

 
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12Title:  The true narrative of the proceedings at the Session-House in the Old-Bayly which began on Wednesday the 26th of this instant April and ended on Fryday the 28th following: Giving an account of most of the remarkable trials there, viz, for murder fellonies, and burglaries, &c. with a particular relation of their names, and the places of their committing their facts, with the number of those condemned to die, burn'd in the hand, transported and to be whipt   
 Creator:  Great Britain Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace (London) 
 Publication:  printed by D. Mallet, London, 1682] 
 Notes:  Caption title Imprint from colophon 
 Extent:  4 p. ; (fol.) 
 Subjects:  Trials -- England -- Early works to 1800 | Crime -- England -- Early works to 1800

 
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13Title:  The true narrative of the proceedings at the Sessions-House in the Old-Baly [sic], which began on Wednesday the 13th of this instant October, and ended on Fryday the 15 following: Giving an account of most of the remarkable trials there, viz. for murder, fellonies and burglaries, &c. with a particular relation of their names, and the places of their committing their facts, with the number of those condemned to die, burn'd in the hand, transported and to be whipt   
 Creator:  Great Britain Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace (London) 
 Publication:  printed by D. Mallet, London, 1680] 
 Notes:  Caption title Imprint from colophon 
 Extent:  4 p. ; (fol.) 
 Subjects:  Trials -- England -- Early works to 1800 | Crime -- England -- Early works to 1800

 
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14Title:  The tryal and condemnation of several notorious malefactors, at a sessions of oyer and terminer holden for the city of London, county of Middlesex, and goal delivery of Newgate: beginning May 20. 1681. ending the 21 of the same month. At the Sessions House in the Old-Bayly: With the names of those that receiv'd sentence of death, burnt in the hand, transported and to be whipt. And more especially the tryal of the maid that killed the apprentice, in Shoe-lane. Together with an account of a parsons wife, that committed a murther in the like manner   
 Creator:  Great Britain Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace (London) 
 Publication:  printed for T. Davies, London, 1681] 
 Notes:  Caption title Imprint from colophon 
 Extent:  4 p. ; (fol.) 
 Subjects:  Trials -- England -- Early works to 1800 | Crime -- England -- Early works to 1800

 
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15Title:  The narrative of the proceedings at the Sessions-house for London and Middlesex: Giving an account of the tryals of divers traitors, clippers, coyners, highway-men, and other notorious offenders. The number condemned to dye, to be whipt, &c. With their respective crimes   
 Creator:  Great Britain Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace (London) 
 Publication:  printed for L. Curtis, London, 1680] 
 Notes:  Caption title Imprint from colphon A variant, with A2v partly in a different setting, of the edition with "printed for T. Davies" in imprint 
 Extent:  4 p. ; (fol.) 
 Subjects:  Trials -- England -- Early works to 1800 | Crime -- England -- Early works to 1800

 
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16Title:  The last speech and confession of Charles Obrian and Daniel Cary, who were both executed at Tyburn, on Friday being the seventh day of September 1688: Charles Obrian for felony and burglary, and Daniel Cary for willful murther, &c   
 Creator:  Obrian, Charles, -1688 | Cary, Daniel, -1688 
 Publication:  printed by George Croom, at the Blue Ball in Thames-street near Baynard's-Castle, London, 1688] 
 Notes:  Caption title Imprint from colophon 
 Extent:  3, [1] p. ; (fol.) 
 Subjects:  Last words -- Early works to 1800 | Crime -- England -- Early works to 1800

 
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17Title:  A full and true account of the proceedings at the sessions of oyer and terminer, holden for the city of London, county of Middlesex, and goal-delivery of Newgate; which began at the Sessions-House in the Old-Bayly, on Wednesday, Iuly 12th. and ended on Thursday, Iuly 13th. 1682: Wherein is contained the tryal of many notorious malefactors, for murders, fellonies; burglary, and other misdemeanours, as likewise the tryal of Mr. Poultny, for killing Mr. Howard; as also an account of what happened, in relation to the persons who were imprisoned, for being assisting in the stealing the Lady Synderfin. Together, with the names of those that received sentence of death, the number of those burn'd in the hand, transported, and to be vvhip'd   
 Creator:  Great Britain Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace (London) 
 Publication:  Printed for T. Benskin in St. Brides Church-Yard, London], 1682] 
 Notes:  Caption title Printer's name and publication date from colophon 
 Extent:  4 p. ; (fol.) 
 Subjects:  Crime -- England -- Early works to 1800 | Trials -- England -- Early works to 1800

 
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18Title:  A vvorld of vvonders. A masse of murthers. A couie of cosonages: Containing many of the moste notablest wonders, horrible murthers and detestable cosonages that haue beene within this land. Not imagined falso to delight vaine heads ociose, not practised trans mare to breed trueth cum ambiguitate, but commited euen at home re vera, and may be prooued cum honestate. A matter moste fit to be knowen, well wayed and considered of all men   
 Creator:  T. I., active 1595 | Johnson, Thomas, -1644 
 Publication:  By Abel Jeffes] for William Barley, and are to be solde at his shop in Gratiousstreat neere vnto Leadenhall gate, Imprinted at London, 1595 
 Notes:  Dedication signed: T.I., i.e. Thomas Johnson? Printer's name from STC addendum Signatures: A-Fp4s 
 Extent:  [48] p. ; (4to) 
 Subjects:  Crime -- England -- Early works to 1800 | Murder -- England -- Early works to 1800

 
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19Title:  Mihil Mumchance, his discouerie of the art of cheating in false dyce play, and other vnlawfull games: with a discourse of the figging craft: and also of diuers new deuises of cosenages practised commonly at fayers and markets: with many deceitfull practises vsed by bad and lewd women. Neuer before published. The names of false dyce. 1 A bale of bard sincke dewces. ... 14 A bale of direct contraries   
 Alt. Title:  Manifest detection of the moste vyle and detestable use of diceplay, and other practises lyke the same   
 Creator:  Walker, Gilbert | Huth Library 
 Publication:  By Iohn Danter: and are to bee sold by William Iones dwelling at the signe of the Gunne, neere Holburne Conduit, Printed at London, 1597 
 Notes:  Largely reprinted from "A manifest detection of the moste vyle and detestable use of diceplay, and other practises lyke the same", which has been dubiously attributed to Gilbert Walker Signatures: Ap2s B-Dp4s Ep2s The last leaf is blank 
 Extent:  [32] p. ; (4to) 
 Subjects:  Gambling -- England -- Early works to 1800 | Crime -- England -- Early works to 1800

 
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20Title:  A manifest detection of the moste vyle and detestable vse of diceplay, and other practises lyke the same: a myrrour very necessary for all yonge gentilmen [and] others sodenly enabled by worldly abu[n]dace [sic], to loke in. Newly set forth for their behoufe   
 Creator:  Walker, Gilbert 
 Publication:  In Paules church yarde at the sygne of the Lamb, by [i.e. for] Abraham Vele, Imprinted at London, [ca. 1555]] 
 Notes:  Dubiously attributed to Gilbert Walker Ostensible printer's name and address from colophon; publication date estimated by STC Signatures: A-Dp8s 
 Extent:  [64] p. ; (8vo) 
 Subjects:  Gambling -- England -- Early works to 1800 | Crime -- England -- Early works to 1800

 
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