Author: George Theodore Wilkinson
Title: The Newgate calendar improved; being interesting memoirs of notorious characters who have been convicted of offences against the laws of England, during the seventeenth century; and continued to the present time, chronologically arranged (Volume 2)
Publisher: London : T. Kelly & Co.
Subject (keywords, tags): Crime -- Great Britain; Trials -- Great Britain
Contributor: University of California Libraries
Size: 456 kb
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