Women Murderers England 17th Century : 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.; Ebbs, Joyce,
Women Murderers Great Britain 17th Century : 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.
Women Murderers Massachusetts Early Works To 1800 : 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 / Cotton Mather ; In two discourses, occasioned by a sentence of death, executed on some unhappy malefactors. Together with the last confession, made by a young woman, who dyed on June 8. 1693. One of these malefactors.; Mather, Cotton,
Women Murderers Wales : Dead woman walking : executed women in England and Wales, 1900-1955.; Ballinger, Anette.
Women Nobel Prize Winners : The posthumous nobel prize in chemistry. Volume 2, Ladies in waiting for the nobel prize / E. Thomas Strom, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas, Vera V. Mainz, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, Illinois, editors. ; sponsored by the ACS Division of the History of Chemistry.