THE NEWGATE CALENDAR

Smugglers, Poachers and Livestock Thieves

RICHARD PARVIN, EDWARD ELLIOT, ROBERT KINGSHELL, HENRY MARSHALL, EDWARD PINK, JOHN PINK AND JAMES ANSELL
The "Waltham Blacks," who were executed at Tyburn, 4th of December, 1723, for Murder and Deer-Stealing

WILLIAM SMITH
A notorious horse-stealer, executed at Chelmsford, April 13,1731

ABRAHAM WELLS
Executed at Tyburn, May 30, 1739, for horse-stealing.

PATRICK BOURKE AND GEORGE ELLIS
Executed at Tyburn, 20th of February, 1745, for Sheep-Stealing

THOMAS THOMPSON
Executed at Tyburn, Oct. 24, 1748, for horse-stealing.

BENJAMIN TAPNER, JOHN COBBY, JOHN HAMMOND, RICHARD MILLS, RICHARD MILLS THE YOUNGER, AND OTHERS
Revengeful Smugglers, who were executed for a Diabolical Murder, 18th of January, 1749

THOMAS KINGSMILL, FAIRALL AND PERIN
Three of the thirty Smugglers who broke open the Custom-House at Poole, and were executed at Tyburn, 26th of April, 1749

THE QUIBBLING THIEF.
Who stole a goose, and saved himself by a pun

WILLIAM PROBERT
Executed for Horse-Stealing.

EDWARD CHALKER AND JEREMY KEYS

Poachers, Tried for Murder of a Gamekeeper.

JOHN BURKITS
Sentenced to Twelve Months Imprisonment, for Dog Stealing, October 13, 1789

ANNE LEAK
A Horse Thief, Eleven years old

CHARLES DON
Convicted at the Summer Assizes 1810, at Chelmsford, and Sentenced to Death, for Horse Stealing.

JOHN HUGHES
Convicted at the Summer Assizes Held at Dolgelly, in North Wales, 1811, and Sentenced to Death for Sheep Stealing.

GEORGE KENDRICK
Imprisoned Twelve Months in the Middlesex House of Correction, for Pheasant Stealing

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