Criminal Law England 17th Century : A true narrative of the proceedings at the sessions-house in the Old-Baily: begiuning on the 11th of this instant July 1677. : Wherein is contained the tryal of the woman for committing that odius sin of buggery with a dog ... and all the rest of the most remarkable tryals there; with an account how many are condemned to die, how many burn'd in the hand, to be whip'd and transported.
Criminal Law England 17th Century Cases Early Works To 1800 : A dreadful warning for drunkards, or The execution and confession of Fabian Price, a souldier, : who was executed at Tyburn, on Wednesday the tenth of the instant July; for murdering another souldier in the parish of Chiswick, in his drink. As also of James Smith, who was executed on Thursday the eleventh, at Hounslow Heath, for running away from his Colours. With the manner of their behavior in prison, and at the places of execution.
Criminal Law England Public Opinion : Inferior politics, or Considerations on the state of the poor [electronic resource] : especially in London and its vicinity; on the defects in the system of parochial and penal laws ... with an appendix, containing a plan for the reduction of the national debt.; Luson, Hewling.
Criminal Law Europe History 19th Century : Reinventing punishment [electronic resource] : a comparative history of criminology and penology in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries / Michele Pifferi.; Pifferi, Michele.
Criminal Law Europe History 20th Century : Reinventing punishment [electronic resource] : a comparative history of criminology and penology in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries / Michele Pifferi.; Pifferi, Michele.