Prisoners Writings Early Works To 1800 : To the Right Worshipful John Hubland, sheriff of London for the ensuing year : a congratulatory poem / humbly presented by the prisoners of the poultry-compter.
Prisoners Writings English 17th Century : Herba parietis or, The vvall-flovver. : As it grew out of the stone-chamber belonging to the metropolitan prison of London, called Newgate. Being a history vvhich is partly true, partly romantick, morally divine : whereby a marriage between reality and fancy is solemnized by divinity. / VVritten by Thomas Bayly, D.D. whilst he was a prisoner there.; Bayly, Thomas,
Prisoners Writings English England Early Works To 1800 : The prisoners report: or, A true relation of the cruell usage of the prisoners in Oxford. : Together with the strange deliverance of about fourtie men out of the dungeon in Bridewell in Oxford. March the 5. and 6. / Written by Edward Wirley Master of Arts, and Minister, who was himself a prisoner in the castle, and afterwards in the same dungeon. It is this 20. day of March, 1642. ordered by the committee of the House of Commons in Parliament concerning printing, that this book intituled (the Prisoners Report) be printed.; Wirley, Edward,
Prisons England Fires And Fire Prevention : An Account of the fire at New-prison by Clerkenwel : whereby the greatest part of that house was burnt down on Friday night, May the 9th, 1679 : presumed on very violent suspitions to be set on fire by a papist that was there in custody, and by that means escaped / taken from the mouth of the keeper of the said prison.
Prisons England Poetry : The prisoners complaint to the King's Most Excellent Majestie, or,The cries of the Kings Bench : with advice to the disconsolate gentlemen-prisoners in the several prisons of England especially the Kings bench / by S.S., a fellow of Kings Colledge in Southwark.; Speed, Samuel,