THE NEWGATE CALENDAR

Traitors, Rebels and Assassins

THE MAYOR OF BODMIN, IN CORNWALL
Barbarously Executed in the Reign of Edward VI

WILLAM BRANDON ALIAS JACK KETCH
Who beheaded King Charles the First.

JOHN CHISLIE OF DALRY
Hanged 3rd of April, 1689, for the Murder of the Right Hon. Sir George Lockhart, of Cornwath, Lord President of the Court of Sessions, after being tortured under a Special Act

WILLIAM GREGG
Spy, executed at Tyburn on the 28th of April, 1708

THE FIRST REBELLION IN SCOTLAND.
Account of the rise and progress of the rebellion in Scotland, 1715; With full accounts of the principal traitors who were executed.

COLONEL HENRY OXBURGH,
Executed at Tyburn, May 14, 1716, for High Treason.

RICHARD GASCOIGNE
Executed at Tyburn, May 25; 1716, for High Treason.

REV. WILLIAM PAUL
Executed at Tyburn, July 18, 1716, for High Treason.

JOHN HALL, ESQ.
Executed at Tyburn, July 18,1716, for High Treason.

ROBERT WHITTY, FELIX O'HARA, AND JOSEPH SULLIVAN
Executed at Tyburn, July 18,1716, for High Treason.

JAMES SHEPPARD
Jacobite, who plotted to assassinate King George I. Executed 17th March, 1718

CHRISTOPHER LAYER, ESQ.
Executed at Tyburn, March 15, 1723, for High Treason.

THE SECOND REBELLION OF THE PRETENDER TO THE BRITISH THRONE
in the year 1745.

THE ESCAPE OF THE PRETENDER
After the Battle of Culloden

THE EARL OF KILMARNOCK, THE EARL OF CROMARTIE, THE LORD BALMERINO
Three of the principal rebel chiefs

CHARLES RATCLIFFE,
Who assumed the title of Earl of Derwentwater

THOMAS CAPPOCK
The rebel bishop of Carlisle.

LORD LOVAT
Beheaded for High Treason, at the age of Eighty, on 9th of April, 1747

FRANCIS TOWNLEY, JEMMY DAWSON AND OTHERS
Lesser rebels against his Majesty

SERJEANT SMITH
An English Deserter to the French, shot in the Park on the 11th day of December, 1747.

THOMAS REYNOLDS
Executed at Tyburn, for enlisting soldiers for the service of the king of France.

DR. A. CAMERON
Executed at Tyburn, June 7, 1753 (greatly lamented) for High Treason.

PAUL TIERNEY
A Traitor, executed August 30, 1754, for enlisting Englishmen to serve the enemy.

FRANCIS HENRY DE LA MOTTE
A French Spy, who was executed at Tyburn, 27th of July, 1781, for High Treason

THE REV. MR JACKSON
Convicted of Treason, in Dublin, 23rd of April, 1793, but who died of Poison at the Bar of the Court, at the Moment Death would have been pronounced upon him

JAMES HADFIELD
Tried for shooting at his Majesty George III. at Drury Lane Theatre, on Thursday, 15th of May, 1800


COLONEL EDWARD MARCUS DESPARD, JOHN FRANCIS, JOHN WOOD, THOMAS BROUGHTON, JAMES SEDGWICK WRATTON, ARTHUR GRAHAM AND JOHN MACNAMARA
Executed in Horsemonger Lane, Southwark, 21st of February, 1803, for High Treason

REBELLIONS IN IRELAND IN 1803
Their Rise and Progress—Assassination of the Lord Chief Justice and his Nephew.—Particulars of the Lives and Executions of the Principal Rebels

ROBERT EMMET, ESQ
A Counsellor at Law, and Chief of the Irish Rebels, in 1803; for which he was Executed

EDWARD KEARNEY, alias CARNEY; THOMAS MAXWELL ROCHE; OWEN KIRWAN; JAMES BYRNE; FELIX ROURKE; JOHN KILLIN; JOHN M'CANN HENRY HAWLEY; JOHN M'INTOSH; THOMAS KEENAN; DENNIS LAMBERT REDMOND and THOMAS RUSSEL
Other Rebels of 1803

JOHN GORDON, WILLIAM KERR AND JOHN DORRELL
Jacobites Executed for High Treason

MARTIN NOWLAND
Executed for High Treason

JAMES O'COIGLEY
Executed on Penningdon Heath, June 7, 1798, for High Treason

ROBERT WATT and DAVID DOWNIE
Convicted of High Treason, at Edinburgh, with Particulars of the Execution of a Traitor in Scotland

JOHN HUGHES AND JAMES ROBINSON
Imprisoned and Pilloried, for a Conspiracy in Aiding the Escape of French Prisoners of War

WILLIAM CUNDELL AND JOHN SMITH,
Prisoners of War who Went over to the French

ARTHUR THISTLEWOOD, JAMES INGS, JOHN THOMAS BRUNT, RICHARD TIDD AND WILLIAM DAVIDSON
Leaders in the Cato Street Conspiracy

DENNIS COLLINS
Convicted of High Treason, in throwing a Stone at King William IV. at Ascot Races, 19th of June, 1832

JEREMIAH BRANDRETH, WILLIAM TURNER, AND ISAAC LUDLAM
Executed for High Treason.

EDWARD OXFORD
Tried on 9th of July, 1840, for High Treason, in shooting at Queen Victoria while riding along Constitution Hill with Prince Albert, and found insane

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