Crime United States Early Works To 1800 : Pillars of salt : An history of some criminals executed in this land for capital crimes. With some of their dying speeches; collected and published, for the warning of such as live in destructive courses of ungodliness. Whereto is added, for the better improvement of this history, a brief discourse, about the dreadful justice of God, in punishing of sin, with sin.; Mather, Cotton,
Crime Vietnam Case Studies : Figures of criminality in Indonesia, the Philippines and colonial Vietnam / Vicente L. Rafael, editor.
Crime Virginia Early Works To 1800 : The Vain prodigal life, and tragical penitent death of Thomas Hellier, born at Whitchurch near Lyme in Dorset-shire : who for murdering his master, mistress, and a maid, was executed according to law at Westover in Charles City in the country of Virginia, neer the plantation called Hard Labour, where he perpetrated the said murders. He suffer'd on Munday the 5th of August, 1678, and was after hanged up in chains at Windmill-Point on James River.
Crime Wales 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.
Crimea Ukraine Description And Travel : Russia on the Black Sea and Sea of Azof : being a narrative of travels in the Crimea and bordering provinces, with notices of the naval, military and commercial resources of those countries.; Seymour, Henry Danby,
Crimea Ukraine History : The Crimean Tatars [electronic resource] : from Soviet genocide to Putin's conquest / Brian Glyn Williams.; Williams, Brian Glyn.
Crimean War 1853 1856 Diplomatic History : Sleigh ride to Russia : an account of the Quaker Mission to St. Petersburg by Robert Charleton, Henry Pease and Joseph Sturge in 1854 to present an address to Czar Nicholas from Meeting for Sufferings to try to avert the outbreak of the Crimean War / Griselda Fox Mason.; Mason, Griselda Fox.
Crimean War 1853 1856 Foreign Public Opinion English : Sleigh ride to Russia : an account of the Quaker Mission to St. Petersburg by Robert Charleton, Henry Pease and Joseph Sturge in 1854 to present an address to Czar Nicholas from Meeting for Sufferings to try to avert the outbreak of the Crimean War / Griselda Fox Mason.; Mason, Griselda Fox.