Executions And Executioners Massachusetts : A declaration of the General Court of the Massachusets : holden at Boston in New-England, October, 1659, concerning the execution of two Quakers.; Massachusetts.
Executions And Executioners New Jersey Salem Early Works To 1800 : Blood will out, or, An example of justice in the tryal, condemnation, confession and execution of Thomas Lutherland, : who barbarously murthered the body of John Clark of Philadelphia, and was executed at Salem in West-Jarsey the 23d of February, 1691/2.; Lutherland, Thomas,
Executions And Executioners 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,
Executions Early Works To 1800 : [A brief treatise containing the most strange and horrible cruelty of Elizabeth Stile alias Rockingham and her confederates, executed at Abingdon, upon R. Galis]; Galis, Richard.
Executions Law England Cases Early Works To 1800 : The Behaviours, confessions, last speeches and execution of seven notorious malefactors : who were on the 24th of this instant October, executed at Tyburn for felonies, murder, robberies, and high-treason, but more especially of Charles Butler, the notorious clipper, &c.
Executive Power Early Works To 1800 : Royalty and loyalty or A short survey of the power of kings over their subjects: and the duty of subjects to their kings. : Abstracted out of ancient and later writers, for the better composeing of these present distempers: and humbly presented to ye consideration of his Ma.tie. and both Howses of Parliament, for the more speedy effecting of a pacification / by Ro: Grosse dd: 1647; Grosse, Robert,