Kidderminster Thomas 1654 : 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.
Kidnapping England Poetry Early Works To 1800 : The condemn'd bridegroom, or, The sorrowful lamentation of Mr. Hogan Swanson, : who was arraigned at Westminster for stealing Pleasant Rawlings an heiress, and received sentence of death, and was executed on Wednesday the 9th of December, 1702 at St. Thomas's watering's near Kent-Stteet-end [sic], in South-wark. To the tune of Johnson's Farewel.; Swendsen, Haagen,
Kidnapping Law And Legislation England Early Works To 1800 : An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the apprehending and bringing to condigne punishment, all such lewd persons as shall steale, sell, buy, inveigle, purloyne, convey, or receive any little children. : And for the strict and diligent search of all ships and other vessels on the river, or at the downes. Die Veneris, 9. Maii. 1645..; England and Wales.
Kidnapping Law And Legislation Europe : Measures to be taken in cases of kidnapping followed by a ransom demand : recommendation no. R(82)14 adopted by the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe on 24 Septeember 1982 and explanatory memorandum / [prepared ... under the authority of the European Committee on Crime Problems].; Council of Europe.