THE NEWGATE CALENDAR

Men (and Women) of Blood

ALICE ARDEN of FEVERSHAM
Executed with her lover Mosbie and Others in the Year 1551 for the Murder of her Husband

LORD STOURTON AND FOUR OF HIS SERVANTS
Executed 6th of March, 1556, for the Murder Of William Hartgill, Esq., and his Son John, of Kilmington, Somerset, after an implacable Persecution

ALISTER MACGREGOR
Who, for slaughtering the Laird of Luss's Friends, caused the Name of Macgregor to be abolished. Executed in 1604

ROBERT CREIGHTON, BARON OF SANQUIRE
Executed in 1612 for the Murder of John Turner, who had accidentally put out one of his Eyes

ARTHUR NORCOTT AND MARY NORCOTT, HIS MOTHER
Executed in 1629 for the Murder of the former's Wife after the Test of touching the Body

MAJOR GEORGE STRANGWAYES
Executed 28th of February, 1658, for the Murder of the Man who married his Sister

MOSES DRAYNE
Ostler, hanged at Brentwood in 1667 for the Murder (by a Chelmsford Innkeeper and his Family some Years before) of Thomas Kidderminster, a Guest.

ANDREW RUTHERFORD OF TOWNHEAD
Executed for the Murder of James Douglass, Brother to Sir William Douglass of Cavers, on 25th of November, 1674

PHILIP, EARL OF PEMBROKE AND MONTGOMERY
Tried for the Murder of Nathaniel Cony by his Brother Peers in 1678 and found guilty of Manslaughter later

THE REV. ROBERT FOULKES
Executed 31st of January, 1679, for the Murder of his newly-born Babe

CAPTAIN VRATZ, JOHN STERN AND GEORGE BOROSKY
Foreigners who murdered Thomas Thynn, Esq., in Pall Mall, on behalf, it was alleged, of Count Coningsmark. Executed 10th of March, 1682

PHILIP STANSFIELD, SON OF SIR JAMES STANSFIELD
Executed 15th of February, 1688, for the Murder of his Father and for High Treason

HENRY HARRISON, GENT.
Sentenced to Death 6th of April, 1692, for strangling Dr Clenche in a Coach

MICHAEL VAN BERGHEN, CATHERINE VAN BERGHEN AND DROMELIUS, THEIR SERVANT, PUBLICANS
Executed 10th of July, 1700, for the Murder of their Guest, Mr Oliver Norris

GEORGE CADDELL
Executed for the Cruel Murder of Miss Price, Whom he had Seduced and Promised Marriage

THE REV. THOMAS HUNTER, M.A.
Executed on 22nd of August, 1700, near Edinburgh, for the diabolical Murder out of Revenge of the Two Children of Mr Gordon

JOHN COWLAND, GENTLEMAN
Who suffered Death on 20th of December, 1700, for stabbing Sir Andrew Slanning, Baronet, near Drury Lane Theatre

HERMAN STRODTMAN
Executed at Tyburn, 18th of June, 1701, for the Murder of Peter Wolter, his Fellow-Apprentice

ALEXANDER BALFOUR
A Man of noble Family, who was convicted for the Murder of Mr Syme, escaped from Prison, and lived Fifty Years after the Day fixed for his Execution by the "Maiden" or Guillotine

JOHN PETER DRAMATTI
Executed at Tyburn, on 21st of July, 1703, for the Murder of his Wife, who said she was allied to the French Royal Family

EDWARD JEFFERIES
Murderer, executed at Tyburn, on the 21st Of September, 1705.

JOHN MORGRIDGE
Murderer, executed at Tyburn, on the 28th of April, 1708.

MADAM CHURCHILL
Who with three Men committed a Murder, and was executed at Tyburn on 17th of December, 1708

RICHARD THORNHILL, ESQ
Convicted of Manslaughter on 18th of May, 1711, for killing Sir Cholmondeley Deering in a Duel

COLONEL JOHN HAMILTON
Convicted of Manslaughter, 11th of September, 1712, as Second in a Duel between the Duke of Hamilton and Lord Mahon

RICHARD NOBLE
Executed at Kingston, March 28, 1713, For the Murder of Mrs. Sayer.

HENRY PLUNKET
Murderer, executed at Tyburn, on the 22nd of September,1714.

WILLIAM JOHNSON AND JANE HOUSDEN
Executed in September, 1714, for the Murder of a Turnkey in the Court at the Old Bailey

THOMAS DOUGLASS
Murderer, executed at Tyburn on the 27th of October, 1714.

NATHANIEL PARKHURST, ESQ.
Executed for the Murder of Lewis Pleura, 20th May, 1715

JOHN HAMILTON, ESQ.
Tried in Scotland for Murder, and beheaded by the Maiden, 30th of June, 1716

JAMES QUIN, ESQ.
The Celebrated Tragedian, tried for Murder at the Old Bailey in 1717, and convicted of Manslaughter

THE MARQUIS DE PALEOTTI
An Italian Nobleman, executed at Tyburn for the Murder of his Servant, 17th of March, 1718.

JOHN PRICE, COMMONLY CALLED JACK KETCH
A Rogue and Liar, who was not believed when he spoke the Truth. He held the Office of Common Hangman, and was himself hanged in Bunhill Fields in May, 1718, for murdering a Woman

LIEUTENANT EDWARD BIRD
Took a Pinch of Snuff just before his Execution at Tyburn, on 23rd of February, 1719, for murdering a Waiter

ARUNDEL COOKE, ESQ., AND JOHN WOODBURNE
The First who suffered Death under the Coventry Act. Executed at Bury St Edmunds, 5th of April, 1722

MATTHIAS BRINSDEN
Executed for killing his wife.

JACOB SAUNDERS
Who murdered a Farmer at Caversham, and was arrested at Church. Executed in March, 1723

SARAH PRIDDON, alias SALLY SALISBURY
Convicted of stabbing a gentleman in a brothel

WILLIAM HAWKSWORTH
Soldier, who killed a Civilian with his Musket in St James's Park. Executed at Tyburn on the 17th of June, 1723

THOMAS ATHOE, THE ELDER, AND THOMAS ATHOE, THE YOUNGER
Executed for murder

JOHN STANLEY
An Insolent Puppy who presumed on his Swordsmanship. Executed at Tyburn, 23rd of December, 1723, for murdering his Mistress

LEWIS HOUSSART
Executed at Swan-Alley, Shoreditch, Dec. 7, 1724, for Murder.

VINCENT DAVIS
Executed at Tyburn, April 3rd, 1725, for the murder of his wife.

CATHERINE HAYES
Who with Others foully murdered her Husband, and was burned alive on 9th of May, 1726

RICHARD SAVAGE, ESQ. (THE CELEBRATED POET, SON OF THE EARL OF RIVERS AND THE UNNATURAL COUNTESS OF MACCLESFIELD), JAMES GREGORY, ESQ., AND WILLIAM MERCHANT, ESQ.
Murderers who escaped Death

MAJOR JOHN ONEBY
Who murdered a Man in a Duel and cheated the Gallows, 1729

JAMES CLUFF
Murderer, executed at Tyburn, July 25, 1729, on an appeal, after being acquitted.

ROBERT IRWIN
Executed at Tyburn, in the year 1731, for Murder.

ROBERT HALLAM
Executed for murdering his wife, February 14th, 1732

JOHN HEWIT AND ROSAMUND ODERENSHAW
Murderers, executed March 29, 1732

JONATHAN HAWKINS
Who played Cards after committing a Double Murder and Arson near Wells. Executed 14th of April, 1732

ELY HATTON
Murderer, executed at Gloucester, August, 1732

SARAH MALCOLM
Executed for the Murder of a Wealthy Old Lady in the Inns of Court, 7th of March, 1733

WILLIAM ALCOCK
Who first abandoned, and then murdered, his wife. Executed at Northampton, March 9, 1733.

CAPTAIN JOHN PORTEOUS
Convicted of murder, but murdered by the mob

JOHN COLLINS
Executed for murdering Jane Upcot, and exposing her head on a spike, 1737

JOHN TOTTERDALE
Executed at Tyburn, October 5, 1738, for the murder of his wife.

GEORGE MANLEY
Executed at Wicklow, in Ireland, in August, 1738, for murder.

GEORGE PRICE
Sentenced to Death for murdering his Wife, but died of Jail Fever, 22nd of October, 1738

EDWARD JOINES
Executed for the murder of his wife, December 21, 1739.

CHARLES DREW
Parricide, executed at St. Edmondsbury, 9th April, 1740

ELIZABETH AND MARY BRANCH
Mother and Daughter, executed at Ivelchester on the 3rd of May, 1740, for murdering a Girl

WILLIAM DUELL
Executed for Murder and came to Life again while being prepared for Dissection in Surgeons' Hall, 24th of November, 1740

CAPTAIN HENRY SMYTHEE
Executed at Dorchester, April 12, 1741, for the murder or the female whom he had seduced.

CAPTAIN SAMUEL GOODERE, A FRATRICIDE; MATTHEW MAHONY AND CHARLES WHITE
Executed for the Murder of Sir John Dinely Goodere, Bart., at the Hot Wells, Bristol, 20th of April, 1741

JAMES HALL
Hanged for Petit-Treason, in the Murder of his Master.

JOHN BODKIN, DOMINICK BODKIN AND OTHERS
Executed in Ireland on 26th of March, 1742, for the Murder of Eleven Persons

WILLIAM CHETWYND
A Curious Case of a Schoolboy who killed another Boy during a Quarrel about a Cake, and was convicted of Manslaughter, October, 1743

LYDIA ADLER
Burned in the Hand for killing her Husband, who had four Wives.

MATTHEW HENDERSON
Executed in Oxford Street, 25th of February, 1746, for murdering his Mistress, Lady Dalrymple, who was angry because he trod on her Toe.

WILLIAM WHURRIER
Executed at Tyburn for murder, March 7, 1748, and his body hung in chains on Finchley common. (A Hard Case.)

WILLIAM YORK
"The Boy Murderer," convicted of the Murder of another Child in the Poorhouse of Eyke, in Suffolk, May, 1748

BRIAN SEYMOUR
Executed for murder, 2nd March, 1749

JOHN MILLS
His Father and Brother were hanged, and he suffered a similar Fate on Slendon Common, Sussex, 12th of August, 1749

CAPTAIN CLARKE, R.N.
Convicted and condemned to be hanged for the Murder of Captain Innis, in a Duel, and pardoned, 12th of June, 1750

JOHN VICARS
Executed at Ely, 7th of November, 1750, for the Murder of his Wife, after first witnessing the Strangling of a Woman for murdering her Husband

WILLIAM RILEY
A young Soldier, whose Zeal for Sport led to a Murder, for which he was executed at Tyburn in 1750

NORMAN ROSS
A footman, executed at Edinburgh, January 8, 1751, for murdering his mistress

JOHN CAULFIELD
Murder foretold by a Dream, in consequence of which the Murderer was apprehended, convicted, and executed at Waterford in 1751

THOMAS COLLEY
Executed 24th of April, 1751, for the Murder of People who were reputed to be possessed of Witchcraft

JAMES WELCH AND THOMAS JONES
Executed on Kennington Common, 6th of September, 1751, for Murder.

ELIZABETH JEFFRIES AND JOHN SWAN
Deprived of her Uncle's valuable Estate, the Woman and an Accomplice shot him dead after paying another Man to commit the Crime.

ANTHONY DE ROSA
Hanged at Tyburn for robbery and murder, 23rd March, 1752

THOMAS WILFORD
A Cripple, who murdered his Wife in a Fit of Jealousy, and was executed at Tyburn on the 22nd of June, 1752

NICHOL BROWN
Executed for the murder of his wife, August 14th, 1754

LIEUTENANT JOHN LANDER
Executed on Pennenden Heath, in Kent, 16th of August, 1756, for Murder

WILLIAM CANNICOTT
Executed at Tyburn, 20th of September, 1756, for the Murder of his Wife

JOHN BERRY, STEPHEN M'DANIEL, JAMES EGAN, JAMES SALMON AND -- BLEE
A new Species of Murderers, who conspired against the Lives of many Innocent Men

EDWARD MORGAN
Executed and hung in Chains at Glamorgan, 6th of April, 1757, for murdering a Family and burning down their House

MARY EDMONDSON
Strongly protesting her Innocence, she was executed on Kennington Common, 2nd of April, 1759, for the Murder of her Aunt

JOHN STEVENSON
Convicted of the Manslaughter of Francis Elcock, an Attorney-at-Law, who had issued a Writ against him

EUGENE ARAM
A Self-Educated Man, with remarkable Linguistic Attainments, who was executed at York on 6th of August, 1759, for a Murder discovered Fourteen Years after its Commission.

WILLIAM ANDREW HORNE, ESQ.
Executed at Nottingham, 11th of December, 1759, in the Seventy-fifth Year of his Age, for Murder, concealed Twenty-five Years

LAURENCE, EARL FERRERS
Executed at Tyburn, 5th of May, 1760, for the Murder of his Steward, after a Trial before his Peers

FRANCIS DAVID STIRN
Convicted of Murder, but poisoned himseff in Newgate, 12th of September, 1760, after a Hunger Strike

PATRICK M'CARTY
Executed at the bottom of Bow Street, Covent Garden, Westminster, 24th of October, 1760, for Murder

THEODORE GARDELLE
An Artist, who was executed in the Haymarket, 4th of April, 1761, for murdering a Woman

ROBERT GREENSTREET
Executed at Tyburn, 14th of December, 1761, for the Murder of his Master, from whom he demanded an Increase of Wages

JOHN M'NAUGHTON, ESQ.
Who was twice executed in Ireland, 15th of December, 1761, for the Murder of Miss Knox, whom he pretended to marry

DANIEL BLAKE
Executed for the Murder of John Murcott, Butler to Lord Dacre, 28th of February, 1763

ANN BEDDINGFIELD AND RICHARD RINGE
The Woman burned for the Murder of her Husband, and the Man hanged for being her Accomplice, near Ipswich, 8th of April, 1763

BARNEY CARROL AND WILLIAM KING
Convicted under the Coventry Act for cutting and maiming, and executed at Tyburn, 31st of July, 1765

MAJOR COLIN CAMPBELL,
Cashiered for the murder of Captain M'Kaarg, 1764

WILLIAM WHITTLE
Excited by religious zeal he murdered his wife and children and was executed April 5th, 1766

JOHN WILLIAMSON
A deliberate and cruel Murderer, who tortured and starved his Wife to Death. Executed in Moorfields, 19th of January, 1767

ELIZABETH BROWNRIGG
Executed at Tyburn, 14th of September, 1767, for torturing her Female Apprentices to Death

SARAH METYARD AND SARAH MORGAN METYARD, HER DAUGHTER
Executed at Tyburn, 19th of July, 1768, for the Cruel Murders of Parish Apprentices

ELIZABETH RICHARDSON
Executed at Tyburn, 21st of December, 1768, for murdering an Attorney-at-Law, in Symond's Inn, Chancery Lane

WILLIAM TAUNTON
Executed for the murder of Mrs. Phipps, 11th September, 1769

MUNGO CAMPBELL
A Gentleman, who was convicted of killing the Earl of Eglinton, and to avoid an Ignominious Death hanged himself, 28th of February, 1770

CAPTAIN DAVID FERGUSON
Hanged in chains at Execution Dock, 5th January 1771, for the murder of his cabin-boy.

JOHN BOLTON
Convicted of murdering a girl he had seduced and made pregnant, but cheated justice by committing suicide, 29th March, 1775

THOMAS AIKNEY AND ELIZABETH BROADINGHAM
Executed for the murder of Broadingham's husband, 20th March, 1776

FRANCIS MERCIER OTHERWISE LOUIS DE BUTTE
Executed in Prince's Street, opposite Swallow Street, in the City of Westminster, 8th of December, 1777, for Murder

JOSEPH RELPH
Who was indicted for Murder, and found guilty of Manslaughter.

THE REV. JAMES HACKMAN
Executed at Tyburn, 19th of April, 1779, for murdering Miss Reay outside Covent Garden Theatre

ELIZABETH BUTCHILL
Executed for infanticide, March 17th, 1780

MICHAEL WALKER, RICHARD PAYNE AND ROBERT COX
Executed opposite Smart's Buildings, Holborn, London, 18th of December, 1786, for Murder

THOMAS GORDON
Executed at Northampton, 17th of August, 1789, for a Murder ordered by his Mother

WILLIAM WARD
A boxer, convicted of manslaughter for killing his opponent.

BARTHOLOMEW QUAILN
Executed, after a great Legal Argument, On 7th of March, 1791, in the Isle of Ely, for the Murder of his Wife.

JOSEPH LORRISON
Known among Thieves as "Jumping Joe." Executed on Kennington Common, 8th of August, 1792, for Robbery on the Highway

ELIZABETH MARSH
A Fifteen-year-old Girl, executed for the Murder of her Grandfather, March, 1794

ANNE BROADRIC
Indicted for murdering a Man who had jilted her for another Woman, 17th of July, 1794

JOHN CLARKE
Executed near Bromley, in Kent, 29th of July, 1796, for murdering a Dairymaid

JAMES M'KEAN
Executed for Murder, 25th of January, 1797, at Glasgow

THERESA PHIPOE
Executed before Newgate, 11th of December, 1797, for Murder

JAMES BRODIE
A Blind Man, who was executed in 1800 for the Murder of his Boy Guide

JOSEPH WALL, ESQ.
Formerly Governor of Goree. Executed 28th of January, 1802, nearly Twenty Years after committing the Crime, for ordering a Soldier to be flogged to Death

GERALD FITZGERALD
Executed For Murder, 24th of December, 1703

JAMES CARNEGIE, ESQ.
Tried for Murder

JAMES ANNESLEY, ESQ, AND JOSEPH REDDING
Tried for Murder

RICHARD BIGGS
Executed near Bath for the Murder of his Wife, 14th September, 1748

SAMUEL HILL
Executed for Murdering his Landlady, 23d of March, 1762

ELIZABETH BURROUGHS
Executed for Murder, April 4th, 1766

JOHN M'CLOUD
Executed for the Murder Of Mr. Stoddard, October 24th, 1768

CHARLES DAVID MORGAN, DAVID MORGAN, WILLIAM SPIGGOT, WILLIAM WALTER EVAN, WILLIAM MORRIS, AND DAVID LEWELLIN
Executed for the Murder Of Mr. Powell, March 30th, 1770

JOHN CHALLENOR
Executed for Parricide 23rd ?August, 1773

WILLIAM FARMERY
Executed for the Murder of his Mother, 5th August, 1775

FRANCIS DAVID STIRN
Convicted of Murder, but Poisoned Himself in Newgate, 12th Sept, 1760

WILLIAM ODELL, A SOLDIER, AND JOHN DEMPSEY, A SAILOR
Executed at Tyburn, September 15, 1760, for Murder

JAMES NICKOLSON
Murderer, convicted fifteen years after the murder

WILLIAM KELLY
Executed near Gloucester, and His Body Hung in Chains, September the 28th, 1772, for Murder

WILLIAM MEYER, ESQ.
Executed at York, April, 6 1781, for Murder

JOSEPH RICHARDS
A Most Ungrateful and Barbarous Villain, Executed at Kentish Town, near London, February 27, 1786, for Murder

VALLERIE COFFRE
A Frenchman, Executed at Winchester, July 11, 1766, for the Murder of his Fellow-Prisoner

JOHN DAY
The Most Execrable Murderer of Father, Mother, and their Servant

TIMOTHY DUNN, EDWARD JONES, MATTHEW RILEY, AND DENNIS CONROY
Soldiers, Executed March 21, 1796, for Murder

MARTIN LAAS
A Norwegian, Executed at Maidstone, for Murder

EDWARD POWELL
Master Mast-maker of his Majesty's Dock-yard, at Portsmouth, Executed near Winchester, for Murder

LAWRENCE INNIS
A British Seaman, Executed on Pennenden-Heath, January 21, 1803, for Murder

STEPHEN STILWELL
Executed on the Top of the New Gaol, Southwark, March 26, 1803, for the Murder of His Wife

SAMUEL WILD MITCHELL
Executed before Newgate, January 14, 1805, for the Murder of his Infant Daughter

ANDREW AKOW
A Chinese Sailor, Executed at Execution-Dock, July 18, 1806, for Murdering his Countryman

PHILIP MATSELL
Executed August 22, 1806, at Birmingham, for Firing at and Wounding T. Twyford, a Watchman of that Town

RICHARD COSTELLO, JOHN SAYLOR, and JAMES MACLALLEY
Soldiers in the British Army, Convicted at Chelmsford, in March Assizes, 1809, of the Murder of a Fellow Soldier

JOHN PALMER
Executed 23rd November 1808, for Cutting and Maiming in the Course of a Burglary

ANN THOMPSON
A Prostitute, Indicted for the Murder of her Keeper, and Found Guilty of Manslaughter

JOHN LEONARD WHITE
Executed before Newgate, for Cutting and Maiming, 15th February 1806

ANDREW SCHOSTOCK
A German Soldier Serving in the King's German Legion, Executed in Kent, for the Horrid Murder of a Woman, in the Isle Of Thanet, 27th March, 1807

ROBERT WILSON, ALIAS JAMES WOOD
A Soldier, and a most hardened Villain, Executed in the Island of Guernsey for Murder

GABRIEL KABLINSKI
Executed in France for Murder, Friday 19th April, 1811

THOMAS HERBERT
Indicted for Assault, 8th December 1809

REBECCA LEE
A Cruel Mistress to her Servant Maid

THOMAS WREN
Convicted of Assault at the Middlesex Sessions, December, 1810

JAMES FORD
Fined for a Brutal Attack upon a Woman

RICHARD LOWE, ALIAS LONG NED
A most Infamous Villain, Sentenced to Hard Labour in the House of Correction in Coldbath Fields, for an Aggravated Assault upon a Surgeon at Chelsea

ABRAHAM WATSON
Convicted of a most Daring Assault, and Sentenced to Six Months Imprisonment

MONTGOMERY BROWN
Captain of a Merchant ship, Executed at Antrim in Ireland, 27th July 1812, for Murder

GEORGE FOSTER
Executed at Newgate, 18th of January, 1803, for the Murder of his Wife and Child, by drowning them in the Paddington Canal; with a Curious Account of Galvanic Experiments on his Body

CAPTAIN MACNAMARA
Who killed Colonel Montgomery in a Duel arising out of a Quarrel about Dogs, and was acquitted on a Charge of Manslaughter

FRANCIS SMITH
Condemned to Death on 13th of January, 1804, for the Murder of the supposed Hammersmith Ghost, but pardoned soon afterwards

ELIZABETH BARBER ALIAS DALY
Who smoked her Pipe after murdering a Pensioner. Executed near Maidstone, 25th of May, 1805

RICHARD PATCH
Executed on the Top of the New Prison, in the Borough of Southwark, 8th of April, 1806, for Murder, after a Trial at which accommodation was provided for the Royal Family

WILLIAM DUNCAN
Convicted for the Murder of his Master, William Chivers, Esq., and transported for Life, March, 1807

GEORGE ALLEN
An Epileptic, who was executed at Stafford, 30th of March, 1807, for the Murder of his Three Children

MARTHA ALDEN
Executed, 31st of July, 1807, for murdering her Husband in a Cottage near Attleborough, Norfolk

THOMAS SIMMONS
Executed at Hertford, 7th of March, 1808, for a Double Murder

ALEXANDER CAMPBELL, ESQ.
Brevet-Major in the Army, and a Captain in the 21st Regiment of Foot. Executed 24th of August, 1808, at Armagh, in Ireland, for murdering a Brother Official, whom he killed in a Duel

JAMES INWOOD
Convicted of Manslaughter in killing William Goodman, who had been detected in robbing a fishery, October, 1808

JAMES MARLBOROUGH, AND SARAH, HIS WIFE
Imprisoned for Gross Cruelty to their Child, 8th of December, 1809

WILLIAM COLMAN
A Convict on board the Hulks, at Woolwich. Executed on Pennington Heath, 26th of March, 1810, for the Murder of a Fellow-Prisoner

RICHARD FAULKNER
A Boy, executed at Wisbech, in 1810, for the Murder of another Lad of Twelve Years of Age

HENRY GRIFFIN
Indicted at the Old Bailey, at the September Sessions, 1810, for the Murder of his Wife, found guilty of Manslaughter, and fined

THOMAS BELLAMY AND JOHN LANEY
Watchmen, convicted of assaulting those whom they were bound to protect, September, 1810

THE HONOURABLE ARTHUR WILLIAM HODGE
One of the Members of his Majesty's Council in Tortola, an Island subject to Great Britain, in the West Indies, executed there on the 8th of May, 1811, for the Murder of his Negro Slave

JOHN WILLIAMS
Who, after committing a series of horrible murders, in 1811 escaped the gallows by hanging himself in Prison

JOHN BELLINGHAM
Executed for the Murder of the Right Honourable Spencer Perceval, Chancellor of the Exchequer, by shooting him in the House of Commons, in May, 1812

EDWARD TURNER
A pugilist, convicted of manslaughter for killing his opponent, 22nd October, 1812

PHILIP NICHOLSON
Executed on Pennenden Heath, August 23, 1813, for the Murder of Mr and Mrs Bonar

W. H. HOLLINGS
Executed for the Murder of Elizabeth Pitcher

GEORGE BARNETT
Charged with shooting at Miss Frances Maria Kelly, Actress, in Drury Lane Theatre, 17th of February, 1816

WILLIAM HAITCH
Who Murdered Mary Minting, destroyed himself, and was buried at a cross-road

DAVID OWEN
Tried and executed for a diabolical attempt to murder his sister, her husband, and their servant maid, 4th April, 1818

GEORGE CHENNEL AND J. CHALCRAFT
Executed August, 1818 for the atrocious murder of Chennel's father and his Housekeeper, at Godalming

ROBERT DEAN
Executed for the dreadful murder of a child, at Leeds, 1819

HENRY STENT
A case of seduction, and attempted assassination

PEI
A captured and liberated negro, tried for the murder and cannibalism of Zongobia, another captured negro slave, at Charlotte-town, Sierra Leone, July 1819

JOHN SCANLAN and STEPHEN SULLIVAN
The murderers of the Colleen Bawn

PHILIP HAINES AND MARY CLARKE
Executed at Leicester for the murder of Mr. John Clarke, March 1821

JOHN SMITH
A Greenwich Pensioner, eighty years of age, executed 23rd of December, 1822, for the murder of a woman with whom he had cohabited

EDWARD HARRIS, alias KIDDY HARRIS
One of a desperate Gang of Thieves and Ruffians, executed for a brutal Assault (with intent to Murder), committed on Sarah Drew, in Hackney Fields

GEORGE ALEXANDER WOOD AND ALEXANDER WELLESLEY LEITH
Eton College Boys, indicted for Manslaughter, 9th of March, 1825, as the Result of a Two-Hours' Fierce Fight

WILLIAM CORDER
Executed 11th of August, 1828, for the Murder of Maria Marten, in the Red Barn, the Crime being revealed to the Victim's Mother in Three Dreams

ESTHER HIBNER THE ELDER, ESTHER HIBNER THE YOUNGER, AND ANN ROBINSON
Tried for the Murder of a Parish Apprentice, who died as the Result of Inhuman Treatment, 10th of April, 1829

CAPTAIN WILLIAM MOIR
Executed on 2nd August, 1830, for murdering a Fisherman who had trespassed on his Farm at Barking, Essex

JOHN SMITH, alias WILLIAM SAPWELL
Executed for the Murder of a Policeman

JOHN HOLLOWAY
Executed on 16th of December, 1831, for the Murder of his Wife, whose Dismembered Body was discovered amid Rustic Surroundings

JAMES COOK
Executed 10th of August, 1832, for the Murder of Mr Paas, whose Remains he attempted to destroy by Fire

PATRICK CARROLL
Executed 18th of May, 1835, for Murder. Origin of the Central Criminal Court

FRANCIS LIONEL ELIOT, EDWARD DELVES BROUGHTON, JOHN YOUNG AND HENRY WEBBER
Indicted for a Murder committed in a Duel on Wimbledon Common on 22nd of August, 1838

FRANCIS HASTINGS MEDHURST
Convicted on 13th of April, 1839, of the Manslaughter of a Schoolfellow

WILLIAM JOHN MARCHANT
A young Footman, who was hanged for murdering a Housemaid in a Magistrate's Drawing-Room

FRANCOIS BENJAMIN COURVOISIER
Executed, 6th of July, 1840, for murdering Lord William Russell while sleeping in his House in Norfolk Street, Park Lane

THE EARL OF CARDIGAN
Tried on 16th of February, 1841, at the Bar of the House of Lords, for an Assault committed in a Duel

JOHN ROBINSON
Executed at York, for a most cruel and deliberate Murder of a Servant-Girl

ELIZABETH MIDDLETON
Imprisoned for Fourteen Days for Shocking Cruelty to her Orphan Apprentice

JOHN MUCKETT
A Soldier, who was executed at Chelmsford for the Murder of his Wife, with whom he quarrelled because he had no Potatoes for Dinner

JAMES SWEENY, RICHARD PEARCE, EDMUND BUCKLEY, PATRICK FLEMING, MAURICE BRENWICK, AND JOHN SULLIVAN,
Convicted of Murder in an Affray

WILLIAM MOULDS
Executed for The Murder of William Turner

JAMES FALLAN,
Executed for the Murder of his Wife.

FREDERIC BARDIE, Alias PETER WOOD,
A French Prisoner of War, Executed for Cutting and Maiming.

ANTONIO CARDOZA,
Executed for the Murder of Thomas Davis

THOMAS BOWLER,
Executed for Maliciously Firing at Mr. Burrowes.

JOHN LOMAS AND EDITH MORREY,
Executed for the Murder of Edith Morrey's Husband.

WILLIAM BROWN,
Executed for the Murder of a Child.

WILLIAM HOWE, ALIAS JOHN WOOD,
Executed for the Murder of Mr. Robins.

ANTONIO TARDIT
A French Prisoner-of-war, Executed for the Murder of a Fellow-Prisoner.

AZUBAH FOUNTAIN AND GEORGE TURNER ROWELL
Executed for the Murder of Fountain's Husband.

JOHN BRITAIN,
Executed for the Murder of his Wife.

LUKE HEATH,
Executed for Murder.

JOHN HANNAH
Executed for the Murder of his Wife.

JAMES LEARY,
Executed for the Murder of Edward Clifford.

JOHN DENTON,
Executed for the Murder of Mrs. Denton.

CHARLES CALLAGHAN,
Executed for the Murder of Miss Gompertz's Butler.

JAMES MITCHELL,
Executed for the Murder of Miss Welchman.

JOHN JAMES
Executed for Murder.

WILLIAM QUIN
Imprisoned and Whipped for a Malicious Assault on a Strike-breaker

WILLIAM SAWYER
Executed for the Murder of Harriet Garrett.

THOMAS JESSON
Executed for the Murder of a Child.

JOHN MURDOCH
Executed for the Murder of James Murdoch.

JAMES MARSH
Executed for Murder.

THOMAS CARSON
Condemned for the Murder of C. Cassidy, but escaped by changing clothes with his brother.

PATRICK DEVANN.
Executed for the Murder of the Lynch Family in Wildgoose Lodge.

JAMES HARRY, ALIAS HARRIS
Executed for the Murder of his Wife.

JACOB MAGENNIS
Executed for Shooting a Constable.

JAMES LIGHTFOOT,
Executed for the Murder of Thomas Maxwell.

JAMES NESBETT.
Executed for the Murder of Mr. Parker and his Housekeeper.

JOHN THOMPSON AND JOHN BARNICOAT
Executed for the Murder of William Hancock.

BRIDGET BUTTERLY AND BRIDGET ENNIS
Executed for the Murder of Miss Thompson.

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 the Murder of a Warder in a Jail-break.

JOHN M'NAMARA AND THOMAS MALONY
Executed for the Murder of Mrs. Torrins.

WILLIAM WELSH, EDWARD DOOHERTY, LAURENCE WELSH, AND WILLIAM MARTIN.
Executed for the Murder of Mr. Hoskins.

ROBERT HARTLEY
Executed for Wilfully Stabbing.

JOHN KEYS
Executed for Parricide.

JOHN NEWTON
Executed for the Murder of his Wife.

JOHN THURTELL AND JOSEPH HUNT.
Convicted of Murder.

AMY GEORGE
Indicted for the Murder of her Brother.

THE REV. JOHN CARROLL
Indicted for the Murder of a Child, but Found Insane.

ALEXANDER PIERCE
Executed for Murder and Cannibalism.

CHARLES LYNN.
Tried for Murder.

JAMES EVANS
Tried for the Murder of Thomas Price.

ALEXANDER AND MICHAEL M'KEAND
Executed for Murder.

WILLIAM SHEEN.
Tried for the Murder of his Child.

JOSHUA SLADE
Executed for the Murder of the Rev. J. Waterhouse.

WILLIAM JONES
Tried for the Murder of Elizabeth Jeffe.

ANN HARRIS, JOHN COX THE ELDER, JOHN COX THE YOUNGER, ROBERT COX, AND JAMES PUGH
Convicted of Murder.

JOHN STACEY, THE YOUNGER AND JOHN STACEY, THE ELDER
The First Executed for Murder; and the Second Transported as an Accessory after the Fact.

ROBERT EMOND
Executed for Murder.

MARY ANNE HIGGINS, AND EDWARD CLARKE
Tried for Murder.

ALFRED RAE.
Convicted of a Criminal Assault.

JOSEPH MOSELEY AND WILLIAM GARSIDE
Trades Unionists who Murdered a Grinding Employer, Executed after a Long Delay.

MARY ANNE BURDOCK
Executed for Murder.

HENRY STANYNOUGHT.
Tried for the Murder of his Son.

JOHN PEGSWORTH.
Executed for Murder.

JAMES GREENACRE AND SARAH GALE
The First Executed for Murder, the Second Transported as being Accessory to the Fact.

CHARLES SAMUEL BARTLETT.
Executed for Murdering his Mother-in-law, 15th April, 1837

JOHN SMITH, alias DAY; JOHN VARNHAM; and GEORGE TIMMS.
Executed For Murdering a Fortune-teller, 29th April, 1837.

GEORGE FLETCHER, WILLIAM ROACH, AND THOMAS TAYLOR.
Executed For Murder.

WILLIAM FRANCIS ADAMS.
Acquitted of Murdering, but Convicted of Robbing, his Father, and Transported.

CHARLES KINNAISTER, AND OTHERS.
Executed for the Murder of Australian Aborigines.

ARCHIBALD BOLAM.
Transported for Manslaughter.

WILLIAM RACE,
Convicted of Manslaughter for a Joke that Went Wrong.

RICHARD GOULD, alias ARTHUR NICHOLSON.
Tried for Murder, but Convicted of Burglary.

THOMAS PATTESON
Convicted of Manslaughter, March 10th, 1840

ALEXANDER M'LAGHLIN SMITH
Tried for Murder, but Found Insane, 21st of July 1840

WILLIAM BURT
Executed for the Murder of his Infant Son.

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