Murder Biblical Teaching Sermons : A sermon, occasioned by the execution of a man found guilty of murder, preached at Boston in N.E., March 11th, 1685/6 : (together with the confession, last expressions, & solemn warning of the murderer to all persons, especially to young men, to beware of those sins which brought him to his miserable end) / by Increase Mather ...; Mather, Increase,
Murder England 17th Century : Digitus dei, or, An horrid murther strangely detected : declaring the suspicion, apprehending, arraignment, tryal, confession, and execution of Richard Rogers ... for murthering of one Ruth Anton ... / published for satisfaction to some, and admonition of others, by Abraham Jennings, physician, and fore-man of the inquest, upon view of the body, before the coroner.; A. J.
Murder England Anecdotes : The vnnaturall father, or, The cruell murther committed by [one] Iohn Rowse of the towne of Ewell, ten m[iles] from London, in the county of Surry, vpon two of his owne children : with his prayer and repentance in prison, his arrai[gn]ment and iudgement at the Sessions, and his execution for the said fact at Croydon, on Munday the second of Iuly, 1621.; Taylor, John,
Murder England Chelmsford Essex Early Works To 1800 : A True relation of a horrid murder committed upon the person of Thomas Kidderminster, of Tupsley in the county of Hereford, Gent., at the White-Horse Inn in Chelmsford, in the county of Essex, in the month of April, 1654 : together with a true account of the strange and providential discovery of the same nine years after : for which Moses Drayne, an hostler in the said inn, was executed at Brentwood in the same county, in the year 1667, being thirteen years after the commission of the said murder, whose arraignment, conviction and attainder appears by the records of the circuit of that year.
Murder England Cornwall : The parricide papist, or, Cut-throate Catholicke : a tragicall discourse of a murther lately committed at Padstow in the countie of Cornewall by a professed papist, killing his owne father, and afterwardes himselfe, in zeale of his popish religion, the 11 of March last past, 1606 / written by G. Closse ...; Closse, George.
Murder England Cornwall County Early Works To 1800 : Strange & bloody nevvs from Perin in Cornwall: or, A true and faithful relation of a horrible and unhumane murther, committed by father and mother, upon the body of their own son, that had been gone to sea twelve years. : VVith the manner how he presented himself to his parents, as a poor distressed traveller, begging lodging for a night. As also what he related to the old people of his travels; and acquainting them with what jewels he had about him; for which they barbously murther him in his bed. An account how this murther was discovered by his sister, who dwelt in the town; to whom he had discovered himself first, appointing her to come the next day, to make merry with his parents. As also how his father and mother murthered themselves with the same knife; and the daughter dyed suddainly with grief, which was the miserable end of that family.
Murder England Cornwall Early Works To 1800 : The parricide papist, or Cut-throate Catholicke : A tragicall discourse of a murther lately committed at Padstow in the countie of Cornewall by a professed papist, killing his owne father, and afterwardes himselfe, in zeale of his popish religion. The 11 of March last past. 1606. Written by G Closse, preacher of the word of God at Blacke Torrington in Deuon.; Closse, George.
Murder England Devonshire : Bloody news from Devonshire : being a true though lamentable relation of four barbarous and horrid murders, committed by an inhuman father upon the bodies of his son and three daughters, at a village near Combe in the county of Devon, on the 30th of March, 1694 ... : also, the deplorable condition his wife is in, whom he pursued with an intent to murder : together with his confession before a justice of peace, and commitment to Exon jayl / as it was communicated by a letter from an eminent dealer in Combe, to a worthy citizen in London.
Murder England Essex : More bloody news from Essex, or, A True account of the lamentable murder of a poor woman big with two children, on the highway : as also the miraculous discovery of the body, and apprehension of a man and a woman, supposed to be the authors of that barbarous cruelty.
Murder England Hampshire : A Full and true account of a most barbarous and bloody murther, : committed by Esther Ives, with the assistance of John Noyse a cooper; on the body of William Ives, her husband, at Rumsey in Hampshire, on the fifth day of February 1686. : Together with the miraculous and wonderful discovery of the murther and murtherers. : As also an account of their tryals at the last assizes, holden at Winchester, where being found guilty of the said murther, they received sentence of death, viz. John Noyse to be hang'd, and Esther Ives to be burnt. : With their manner of behaviour and execution, according to the said sentence.
Murder England Islington : Four great and horrible murders, or, Bloody nevvs from Islington : being a full and true relation how a womans brains were knockt out with her own pattin, rob'd, and her throat cut, on Fryday the 5th of February instant, a man beaten to death the 8th of the same month, and a woman drowned her self in a pond at Islington : likewise a maid barbarously murdred at Chester by two villains ... for which they were condemned ... the 23 of January last, and hanged ...
Murder England Kent Early Works To 1800 : The Bloody husband, and cruell neighbour. Or, A true historie of two murthers, : lately committed in Laurence Parish, in the Isle of Thanet in Knet, neer Sandwich: one murther by the hands of Adam Sprackling Esquire, who upon the 12th day of December last, being Sabbath day; in the morning, cut, mangled, and murthered his own wife; for which fact he was hanged at Sandwich upon Wednesday the 27th day of April last, 1653. The other the murther of Richard Langly, of the same parish, whose blood also (as is here shewed) cryed against the said Mr. Sprackling, written by one that lives neer the place where the said murthers were committed, and was present at Mr. Sprackling's tryall; and published for the warning, and good of all. May 13. 1653. Imprimatur, Edm. Calamy.
Murder England Kidderminster : A True relation of the most horrible murther : committed by Thomas White of Lane Green in the parish of Auffley in the county of Salop, gent', upon the body of his wife Mrs. Dorothy White in the town of Kederminster in the county of Worcester, the 10th day of this instant May 1682.
Murder England Leek Early Works To 1800 : Strange news from Staffordshire : being a true relation of two bloody murders committed by one Andrew Sympson, upon the bodies of a young man and a young woman.; Horsley, Thomas,
Murder England Leicestershire Early Works To 1800 : A True relation of four most barbarous and cruel murders committed in Leicestershire by Elizabeth Ridgway : the like not known in any age : with the particulars of time, place, and other circumstances, how she first poysoned her own mother, after that, a fellow-servant, then her sweet-heart, and last of all her husband : for all which tragical murders she being brought to justice, was tryed and found guilty at the late Lent-Assizes held for the said county : and for the same was burnt to death, on Monday the 24th of March, 1684.
Murder England Liverpoop Merseyside Early Works To 1800 : A True and sad account of a barbarous bloody murther committed upon the person of John Mulleny, a hatter, late of the town of Liverpool, in the county of Lancaster, who was murthered and cut to pieces by one John Loe, on the fifteenth of May, 1685 : giving a particular relation of all the circumstances that materially happened, as likewise, of the apprehending the murtherer, &c.
Murder England London 17th Century : A Narrative of the most deplorable death and burial of that never to be forgotten pattern of love to his countrey, Capt. William Bedlow, who deceased the 20th of August 1680 : with his attestations that he left in writing for the good of this nation, concerning the late damnable plot ... with the text preach'd at his funeral ... also a true account of the murder commited by the Earl of Pembroke, on the watch belonging to Chiswick ... with the whole relation of the two prophets at Tholouze, in France ... with their nine prophecies.
Murder England London Poetry : The Bloody butcher, and the two wicked and cruel bawds: : exprest in a woful narrative of one Nathaniel Smith a butcher, who lived in Maypole-Alley near the Strand; his wife having been all day in the market selling of meat, in the evening went with her husband to an alehouse, where they stay'd till ten of the clock. And then went home together, and being in their lodging, demanded of her the money she had taken that day, but she (being great with child and peevish) refused to give it him, he taking his butchers-knife in his hand stabb'd her in the back, whereof she instantly dyed, for which he was apprehended, condemned, and executed at Tyburn, April the 24th. 1667. : As also another relation of a ravisher, who in a bawdy-house (assisted by two women) ravished a girle. : The tune, The bleeding heart.
Murder England Middlesex : A Full and true account of the proceedings of Tho. Harris, Gent. high constable of the Hundred of Oswaldstone, in the county of Middlesex. : Being the manner of finding the head of the late murder'd person, who was cut to pieces: it being found between twelve and one a clock at night, in the House of Office, near the house of Mr. Fresnear, a fringe-maker, near Exeter-Exchange, on Sunday-night, the 5th instant February, 1687.; Harris, Tho.,
Murder England Northamptonshire Early Works To 1800 : Most wicked, cruel, bloody, and barbarous news from Northampton: or a true relation how a person there on Munday the 23 of October last killed his mother : a woman of fourscore and ten years of age. Induced to this barbarous act (as 'tis supposed) by a wicked desire to enjoy what she had, which was to come to him after her decease. For which fact he is now a prisoner in Northampton-Goal. With allowance. Roger L'Estrange.
Murder England Northern : 'Somebody's husband, somebody's son' : the story of Peter Sutcliffe / Gordon Burn.; Burn, Gordon,
Murder England Plymouth Devon : Hell open'd, or, The infernal sin of murther punished : being a true relation of the poysoning of a whole family in Plymouth, whereof two died in a short time : for which horrid fact, the malefactors were condemned before the Lord Chief Justice North at Exector, the last Lent assizes, the one to be burnt, the other to be hanged : with an account of the several discourses and religious means used by divers godly ministers to bring them to repentance ... / by J.Q., Minister of the Gospel.; Quick, John,
Murder England Plymouth Early Works To 1800 : Hell open'd, or, The infernal sin of murther punished : Being a true relation of the poysoning of a whole family in Plymouth, whereof two died in a short time. For which horrid fact, the malefactors were condemned before the Lord Chief Justice North at Exceter, the last Lent assizes. The one to be burnt, the other to be hanged. With an account of the several discourses and religious means used by divers godly ministers to bring them to repentance. Published for a warning to both young and old, to flie iniquity, and exercise themselves in the practice of Godliness. The second edition. By J.Q. minister of the gospel.; Quick, John,
Murder England Shropshire : An Account of a most horrid and barbarous murther and robbery committed on the body of Captain Brown, a gentleman ... near Shrewsbury in Shropshire ... by his own tennant and servant and seven more villains, cutting off his head, putting it into a sack and burying it with the body in a hop-field ... with the most strange, wonderful and miraculous discovery of the same on Tuesday the 22d. of March, 1694, by the apparition of the gentlemans spirit to divers persons of good quality in the countrey ...
Murder England Shropshire Early Works To 1800 : An account of a most horrid and barbarous murther and robbery, committed on the body of Captain Brown, : a gentleman of eight hundred pound a year, near Shrewsbury in Shropshire, (who lately lived in Soho-square) by his own tennant and servant, and seven more villains, cutting off his head, putting it into a sack; and burying it with the body in a hop field, in his scarlet cloaths, with the most strange, wonderful, and miraculous discovery of the same, on Tuesday the 22d. of March, 1694. by the apparition of the gentlemans spirit to divers persons of good quality in the countrey; and of the noise of drums and trumpets beating points of war on the very spot of ground where the murthered captain was buried, with the murtherers confession, and divers others strange particulars. Licensed according to order.