Crime Early Works To 1800 : A true account of the behaviour, confessions, and last dying words, of Abraham Bigs, Richard Cabourn, Jane Langworth, and Elizabet Stoaks : At Tyburn, on Wednesday the 21th. of December, 1684 for high-treason murther, felony and burglary, &c. Printed by order, &c.
Crime Economic Aspects Mathematical Models : Crime, the police and criminal statistics : an analysis of official statistics for England and Wales using econometric methods / R.A.Carr-Hill and N.H.Stern.; Carr-Hill, Roy A.
Crime England 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : An account of the proceedings at the Sessions, held at Iustice-hall in the Old-bayly, which began on 14th. of October last. : With the tryals, condemnation, and execution, of William Prickit William Palmer, with the tryals of several other malefactors, for divers kinds of fellonies: as thefts, burglaries, bigamy, murder, receiving of fellons, forgery, &c.; England and Wales.
Crime 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.
Crime England Law And Legislation Early Works To 1800 : By the King, a proclamation, for putting the laws in execution against persons feloniously sending letters demanding money, or other effects, and against other offenders therein mentioned, and for discovering and bringing them to justice..; Great Britain.