The Chronicles of Crime or The New Newgate Calendar. v. 2/2 being a series of memoirs and anecdotes of notorious characters who have outraged the laws of Great Britain from the earliest period to 1841
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The Chronicles of Crime or The New Newgate Calendar. v. 2/2 being a series of memoirs and anecdotes of notorious characters who have outraged the laws of Great Britain from the earliest period to 1841

By Camden Pelham
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  • THE CHRONICLES   OF   CRIME; OR, The New Newgate Calendar. BEING A SERIES OF MEMOIRS AND ANECDOTES OF NOTORIOUS CHARACTERS WHO HAVE OUTRAGED THE LAWS OF GREAT BRITAIN FROM THE EARLIEST PERIOD TO 1841.
    • CONTENTS.
  • T H E C H R O N I C L E S   O F   C R I M E, OR, THE NEW NEWGATE CALENDAR.
    • THOMAS BROCK, JOHN PELHAM, AND MICHAEL POWER, CONVICTED OF COINING.
    • GEORGE VAUGHAN, ROBERT MACKEY, AND GEORGE BROWN. CONVICTED OF A CONSPIRACY.
    • JOHN CASHMAN EXECUTED FOR A FELONY COMMITTED AT THE SPAFIELDS’ RIOTS.
    • JAMES WATSON THE ELDER, JAMES WATSON THE YOUNGER, ARTHUR THISTLEWOOD, THOMAS PRESTON, AND JOHN HOOPER. INDICTED FOR HIGH TREASON.
    • PATRICK DEVANN. EXECUTED FOR THE MURDER OF THE LYNCH FAMILY.
    • JEREMIAH BRANDRETH, WILLIAM TURNER, AND ISAAC LUDLAM. EXECUTED FOR HIGH TREASON.
    • ABRAHAM THORNTON. TRIED FOR MURDER.
    • CHARLES HUSSEY. EXECUTED FOR MURDER.
    • SAMUEL DICK. CONVICTED OF ABDUCTION AND RAPE.
    • ROBERT JOHNSTON. EXECUTED FOR ROBBERY.
    • HENRY HUNT. IMPRISONED FOR A MISDEMEANOR.
    • ARTHUR THLSTLEWOOD, RICHARD TIDD, JAMES INGS, WILLIAM DAVIDSON, AND JOHN THOMAS BRUNT. EXECUTED FOR HIGH TREASON.
    • JOHN SCANLAN, ESQ., AND STEPHEN SULLIVAN. EXECUTED FOR THE MURDER OF MRS. SCANLAN.
    • JAMES NESBETT. EXECUTED FOR THE MURDER OF MR. PARKER AND HIS HOUSEKEEPER.
    • JAMES MACKCOULL, alias MOFFAT. CONVICTED OF BURGLARY.
    • DAVID HAGGART, alias JOHN WILSON, alias JOHN MORRISON, alias BARNEY M‘COUL, alias JOHN M‘COLGAN, alias DANIEL O’BRIEN, alias THE SWITCHER. EXECUTED FOR MURDER.
    • DANIEL DOODY, JOHN CUSSEN, alias WALSH, JAMES LEAHY, MAURICE LEAHY, WILLIAM DOODY, DAVID LEAHY, DANIEL RIEDY, WILLIAM COSTELLO, AND WALTER FITZMAURICE, alias CAPTAIN ROCK, CONVICTED OF ABDUCTION.
    • PHILIP STOFFEL, AND CHARLES KEPPEL. EXECUTED FOR MURDER.
    • JOHN THURTELL AND JOSEPH HUNT. CONVICTED OF MURDER.
    • ALEXANDER PIERCE. EXECUTED FOR MURDER.
    • HENRY FAUNTLEROY. EXECUTED FOR FORGERY.
    • GEORGE ALEXANDER WOOD, AND ALEXANDER WELLESLEY LEITH. INDICTED FOR MANSLAUGHTER.
    • WILLIAM PROBERT, EXECUTED FOR HORSE-STEALING.
    • CHARLES LYNN. TRIED FOR MURDER.
    • JAMES EVANS. TRIED FOR THE MURDER OF THOMAS PRICE.
    • SAMUEL GILBERT. INDICTED FOR ROBBERY.
    • ALEXANDER AND MICHAEL M‘KEAND. EXECUTED FOR MURDER.
    • CHARLES THOMAS WHITE. EXECUTED FOR ARSON.
    • WILLIAM BURT. EXECUTED FOR THE MURDER OF HIS INFANT SON.
    • JOHN PEELE, alias GEORGE WATSON. EXECUTED FOR FORGERY.
    • WILLIAM SHEEN. TRIED FOR THE MURDER OF HIS CHILD.
    • RICHARD BOWERS. TRANSPORTED FOR “DUFFING.”
    • EDWARD GIBBON WAKEFIELD, WILLIAM WAKEFIELD, AND FRANCES WAKEFIELD. CONVICTED OF THE ABDUCTION OF MISS TURNER.
    • JOSHUA SLADE. EXECUTED FOR THE MURDER OF THE REV. J. WATERHOUSE.
    • WILLIAM MILLER. EXECUTED FOR THE VIOLATION AND MURDER OF MARY ANNE LANE.
    • WILLIAM JONES. TRIED FOR THE MURDER OF ELIZABETH JEFFE.
    • WILLIAM HOWARD. CONVICTED OF AN ASSAULT WITH INTENT TO ROB.
    • CAPTAIN JOHN BURGH MONTGOMERY, alias COLONEL WALLACE, alias COLONEL MORGAN. CONVICTED OF FORGERY.
    • WILLIAM CORDER. EXECUTED FOR THE MURDER OF MARIA MARTEN.
    • ANN HARRIS, JOHN COX THE ELDER, JOHN COX THE YOUNGER, ROBERT COX, AND JAMES PUGH. CONVICTED OF MURDER.
    • JOSEPH HUNTON. EXECUTED FOR FORGERY.
    • WILLIAM BURKE. EXECUTED FOR MURDER
    • EDWARD BARNETT. EXECUTED FOR MURDER.
    • ESTHER HIBNER, THE ELDER; ESTHER HIBNER, THE YOUNGER; AND ANN ROBINSON. TRIED FOR THE MURDER OF A PARISH APPRENTICE.
    • JONATHAN MARTIN. TRIED FOR ARSON.
    • JOHN STACEY, THE YOUNGER, EXECUTED FOR MURDER; AND JOHN STACEY, THE ELDER, TRANSPORTED AS AN ACCESSORY AFTER THE FACT.
    • RICHARD GIFFORD. EXECUTED FOR FORGERY.
    • JAMES BELL. TRANSPORTED FOR BURGLARY.
    • WILLIAM BANKS. EXECUTED FOR BURGLARY.
    • ROBERT EMOND. EXECUTED FOR MURDER.
    • CAPTAIN WILLIAM MOIR. EXECUTED FOR MURDER.
    • JOHN SMITH, alias WILLIAM SAPWELL. EXECUTED FOR THE MURDER OF A POLICEMAN.
    • AGRICULTURAL RIOTS.
    • JOHN ST. JOHN LONG. CONVICTED OF MANSLAUGHTER.
    • LUKE DILLON. TRANSPORTED FOR RAPE.
    • JOHN TAYLOR, AND THOMAS MARTIN. IMPRISONED FOR BODY STEALING.
    • IKEY alias ISAAC SOLOMON. TRANSPORTED FOR RECEIVING STOLEN GOODS.
    • WILLIAM GILCHRIST, GEORGE GILCHRIST, and JAMES BROWN. TRIED FOR A COACH ROBBERY.
    • JOSEPH PLANT STEVENS. TRANSPORTED FOR ROBBERY.
    • WILLIAM KING. IMPRISONED FOR ROBBERY.
    • MARY ANNE HIGGINS, AND EDWARD CLARKE. TRIED FOR MURDER.
    • EDWARD HOGSDEN. EXECUTED FOR RAPE.
    • JOHN AMY BIRD BELL. EXECUTED FOR MURDER.
    • RIOTS AT MERTHYR TYDVIL.
    • JOHN HOLLOWAY. EXECUTED FOR THE MURDER OF HIS WIFE.
    • JOHN BISHOP, AND THOMAS WILLIAMS. EXECUTED FOR THE MURDER OF AN ITALIAN BOY.
    • ELIZABETH ROSS. EXECUTED FOR A “BURKING” MURDER.
    • HENRY MACNAMARA. TRANSPORTED FOR FELONY.
    • THE REFORM RIOTS OF 1831-2.
    • THE BRISTOL RIOTS.
    • JONATHAN SMITHERS. EXECUTED FOR ARSON AND MURDER.
    • JAMES COOK. EXECUTED FOR THE MURDER OF MR. PAAS.
    • WILLIAM JOBLING. EXECUTED FOR MURDER.
    • DENNIS COLLINS. CONVICTED OF HIGH TREASON, IN THROWING A STONE AT KING WILLIAM IV.
    • WILLIAM KENNEDY AND WILLIAM BROWN. TRIED FOR A MURDER COMMITTED ON THE RIVER THAMES.
    • WILLIAM JOHNSON. EXECUTED FOR MURDER.
    • JAMES BERRYMAN AND THOMAS BERRYMAN. CONVICTED OF BURGLARY.
    • RICHARD COSTER. TRANSPORTED FOR FORGERY.
    • JOB COX. TRANSPORTED FOR LETTER-STEALING.
    • THE CALTHORPE-STREET RIOT.
    • JOHN CROFTS. TRANSPORTED FOR BURGLARY.
    • JAMES LOVELACE, AND OTHERS; “THE DORCHESTER LABOURERS.” TRANSPORTED FOR ADMINISTERING UNLAWFUL OATHS.
    • ALFRED RAE. CONVICTED OF A CRIMINAL ASSAULT.
    • JAMES PAGE. TRANSPORTED FOR MALICIOUSLY WOUNDING CATTLE.
    • JOHN EDWARDS, alias HEATH; PETER LECASSER; AND JEREMIAH WEEDON. IMPRISONED FOR AN ASSAULT.
    • JOSEPH MOSELEY AND WILLIAM GARSIDE. EXECUTED FOR MURDER.
    • EDWARD CHALKER AND JEREMY KEYS. TRIED FOR MURDER.
    • MARY ANNE BURDOCK. EXECUTED FOR MURDER.
    • PATRICK CARROLL. EXECUTED FOR MURDER.
    • HENRY STANYNOUGHT. TRIED FOR THE MURDER OF HIS SON.
    • ROBERT BALLS, THOMAS HARRIS, AND MORDECAI MOSES. TRANSPORTED FOR FORGERY.
    • WILLIAM SUMMERS. TRANSPORTED FOR LARCENY.
    • WILLIAM JOURDAN, alias LEARY; THOMAS SULLIVAN; HENRY MOTT; AND WILLIAM SEALE. TRANSPORTED FOR A ROBBERY AT THE CUSTOM-HOUSE.
    • JAMES HILLS, WILLIAM HARLEY, AND WILLIAM FISHER, alias CURLY BILL. TRIED FOR BURGLARY.
    • ROBERT SALMON. CONVICTED OF MANSLAUGHTER, IN ADMINISTERING MORISON’s PILLS.
    • HENRY WILLIAMS. TRANSPORTED FOR BURGLARY.
    • GEORGE EDWARD PEACOCK. TRANSPORTED FOR FORGERY.
    • JOHN MINTER HART. TRANSPORTED FOR FORGERY.
    • JOHN PEGSWORTH. EXECUTED FOR MURDER.
    • CHARLES W. PENRUDDOCK. CONVICTED OF AN ASSAULT.
    • JAMES GREENACRE, EXECUTED FOR MURDER; AND SARAH GALE, TRANSPORTED AS BEING ACCESSORY TO THE FACT.
    • CHARLES SAMUEL BARTLETT. EXECUTED FOR MURDER.
    • JOHN SMITH, alias DAY; JOHN VARNHAM; AND GEORGE TIMMS. EXECUTED FOR MURDER.
    • GEORGE DARWELL. CONVICTED OF EMBEZZLEMENT.
    • GEORGE FLETCHER, WILLIAM ROACH, AND THOMAS TAYLOR. EXECUTED FOR MURDER.
    • RIOTS AT CANTERBURY.
    • WILLIAM FRANCIS ADAMS. TRANSPORTED FOR LARCENY.
    • FRANCIS LIONEL ELIOT, EDWARD DELVES BROUGHTON, JOHN YOUNG, AND HENRY WEBBER. INDICTED FOR A MURDER COMMITTED IN A DUEL.
    • CHARLES KINNAISTER, AND OTHERS. EXECUTED FOR THE MURDER OF AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES.
    • ARCHIBALD BOLAM. TRANSPORTED FOR MANSLAUGHTER.
    • FRANCIS HASTINGS MEDHURST. CONVICTED OF MANSLAUGHTER.
    • WILLIAM JOHN MARCHANT. EXECUTED FOR MURDER.
    • LEWIN CASPAR, ELLIS CASPAR, EMANUEL MOSES, AND ALICE ABRAHAMS. CONVICTED OF FELONY.
    • JACOB FREDERICK EHLERT. EXECUTED FOR MURDER.
    • GEORGE CANT. CONVICTED OF RAPE.
    • WILLIAM LEES. EXECUTED FOR THE MURDER OF HIS WIFE.
    • THE REV. J. R. STEVENS. CONVICTED OF SEDITION.
    • THE BIRMINGHAM RIOTS—1839.
    • THE CHARTIST RIOTS 1839-40.
    • FEARGUS O’CONNOR, ESQ. CONVICTED OF THE PUBLICATION OF A SEDITIOUS LIBEL.
    • JAMES OWEN, GEORGE THOMAS, alias DOBELL, AND WILLIAM ELLIS, alias LAMBERT. CONVICTED OF MURDER.
    • WILLIAM RACE. CONVICTED OF MANSLAUGHTER.
    • JAMES LIGHTFOOT, AND WILLIAM LIGHTFOOT. EXECUTED FOR MURDER.
    • RICHARD GOULD, alias ARTHUR NICHOLSON. TRIED FOR MURDER, BUT CONVICTED OF BURGLARY.
    • FRANÇOIS BENJAMIN COURVOISIER. EXECUTED FOR MURDER.
    • EDWARD OXFORD. TRIED FOR HIGH TREASON, IN SHOOTING AT THE QUEEN.
    • ROBERT TAYLOR. CONVICTED OF BIGAMY.
    • THOMAS PATTESON. CONVICTED OF MANSLAUGHTER.
    • JOHN TURNER FLYNN. CONVICTED OF FORGERY.
    • ALEXANDER M‘LAGHLIN SMITH. TRIED FOR MURDER.
    • THE EARL OF CARDIGAN TRIED AT THE BAR OF THE HOUSE OF LORDS, FOR AN ASSAULT WITH INTENT TO MURDER.
    • HARRISON FLATHER. IMPRISONED FOR LARCENY.
    • RICHARD MOORE. TRANSPORTED FOR FORGERY.
    • PATRICK MAXWELL STEWART WALLACE; AND MICHAEL SHAW STEWART WALLACE. TRANSPORTED FOR INCITING A PERSON TO CAST AWAY AND DESTROY A MERCHANT SHIP.
    • DAVID SAMS. TRANSPORTED FOR BURGLARY.
    • WILLIAM STEVENSON. TRANSPORTED FOR LARCENY.
    • JAMES INGLETT. CONVICTED OF MANSLAUGHTER.
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