THE NEWGATE CALENDAR
Burglars, Robbers and Highwaymen
Head of a Gang of Outlaws, on Account of whom King Henry I. is credibly supposed to have built Dunstable. Executed Piecemeal.
SIR GOSSELIN DENVILLE
Head of a Gang of Robbers who had the audacity, so it is said, to hold up King Edward II.
Housebreaker and Palacebreaker, whom Conscience made confess a Murder twenty years afterwards. Executed in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth
An incredible Monster who, with his Wife, lived by Murder and Cannibalism in a Cave. Executed at Leith with his whole Family in the Reign of James I
THOMAS WITHERINGTON, JONATHAN WOODWARD AND JAMES PHILPOT
Who, in the Reign of King James I. were the first to hear the Exhortation of the Bellman of St Sepulchre's
To whom is attributed a poetic Encounter with Ben Jonson. Executed in 1634 after a Robbery On the Duke Of Buckingham
An abandoned Villain who inveigled and murdered his Wife's Lover, murdered his Uncle, terrorised the Country-side, and was executed at Leith, 12th of April, 1635
A Highwayman who specialised in robbing Lawyers. Hanged at Tyburn in 1640
An Irish Highwayman who held Sway near the Bog of Allen and, after numerous Murders, was executed On 24th of April, 1650
CAPTAIN ZACHARY HOWARD
A Royalist who lost his Estates and turned Highwayman. Executed 1652
CAPTAIN JAMES HIND
A Famous Highwayman who robbed Roundheads and even made an Attempt on Cromwell. Executed 24th of September, 1652
CAPTAIN PHILIP STAFFORD
Whose Patrimony being sequestered by the Roundheads took to the Highway and was hanged at Reading
A most barbarous Murderer of his Mother and Sister, who led a bloodthirsty Gang of Outlaws in Scotland and hanged a Judge. Executed in April, 1658
Nephew to the Exeter Hangman, who turned Thief and Highwayman, and ended by marrying an Heiress. His Autobiography written about 1660
COLONEL JAMES TURNER
A Spendthrift London Merchant, against whom three Robberies from other Merchants were proved. Executed 21st of January, 1663
A Scottish Highwayman who laid England under toll, and took a Copy of "Chevy Chase" to Tyburn when he was hanged on 10th of September, 1664
A Rogue who became a pretty Soldier and saw much of Europe, finally dying by the Rope at home in 1666
A Profligate Apprentice who murdered a Fellow-Servant, was executed twice, and finally buried 28th of October, 1668
STEPHEN EATON, GEORGE ROADES AND SARAH SWIFT
Executed 14th of July, 1669, for the Murder of the Rev. John Talbot; their Accomplice, Henry Prichard, being reprieved
CLAUDE DU VALL
A Frenchman who, coming to England, became by his Politeness and Gallantry on the Road the Romantic Darling of the Ladies. Executed 21st of January, 1670
A Notorious Highwayman who hated and maltreated Women. Executed 30th of April, 1670
CAPTAIN RICHARD DUDLEY
[Note: The two versions of this man's life given in different editions are so dissimilar that they may be two different men. Both are given here]
A Highwayman who, dying Of the Plague as was thought, reappeared as his own Ghost, and was finally executed at York in 1684
JOHN COTTINGTON ALIAS MUL-SACK
Chimney-Sweep, Pickpocket and Highwayman, who brought off some big Coups. Executed in April, 1685
EDWARD AND JOAN BRACEY
Who robbed on the Highway together, the Woman being executed in 1685 and the Man being killed by a Gunshot Wound
A Highwayman who was witty with a Halter round his Neck and, being reprieved, found that Newgate would not have him. Executed 8th of September, 1686
A Highwayman who shot a Woman before the Eyes of her Husband for the Wedding-Ring she had swallowed. Executed in 1687
Who practised the Art of Flattery on the Highway. Executed 17th of April, 1689
Hanged once for Highway Robbery, but lived to rob and murder the Man for whom he had been executed. Finally hanged 30th of April, 1689
WILLIAM DAVIS, THE GOLDEN FARMER
Who was Farmer and Highwayman for Forty-two Years without his Neighbours suspecting. Executed 20th of December, 1689
A Highwayman who boxed an Earl's Chaplain for Twenty Guineas. Executed 12th of March, 1690
One of five Brothers, all of whom were hanged. He earned Fame for his Courage, challenged the Captain of his Regiment; turned Gamester, Thief and Highwayman. Executed 1st of April, 1691
The Quaker Highwayman, who after being fooled by a "Spirit" led a Life of Crime, and was executed at Maidstone in April, 1691
Who stole the Lord Chancellor's Mace and delighted in robbing Army Officers on the Highway. Executed at Tyburn, 1st of May, 1691
A Handsome Highwayman who robbed the King's Jester and even held up men of his own Trade. Executed 3rd of June, 1691
JACK COLLET ALIAS COLE
Highwayman, who robbed in the Habit of a Bishop. Executed at Tyburn, 5th of July, 1691, for Sacrilegious Burglary
Highwayman, who held up Gipsies, robbed a Vice-Admiral, and was executed on 17th of July, 1691
Highwayman, who committed such Barbarous Murders that his Associates gave him up to Justice. Executed in 1692
WILLIAM JONES (ALIAS GOODWIN) AND JOHN BARBER
Two Highwaymen caught at the same Robbery and &executed together on 26th of July, 1693
Eighteen-year-old Highwayman, who tried to cut the Fatal Rope, and died with a Laugh in 1693
Highwayman, who was such a Danger to Society that he was condemned and executed on the same Day, in 1694
Highwayman, guilty of unparalleled Butchery. He murdered his Aunt, Wife and Seven Children. Executed in August, 1694
Notorious Highwayman, who believed in dressing well. Executed at Smithfield, 19th of December, 1694
A Rogue of a Soldier, who deserted from Johnny Gibson's Regiment and turned Burglar. Executed 27th of January, 1697
A Chawbacon who, coming to London, was fleeced, so took to fleecing Others. Executed in July, 1696
Captain of the Ragged Regiment of the Black Guards, which Commission he threw up to take to the Highway. Executed 22nd of December, 1697
Highwayman, who conspired a Revolt in Newgate and saw the Ghost of another Malefactor there. Executed 22nd of December, 1697
Who worked the Highway disguised as a Woman for Eighteen Years. Executed 24th of October, 1699
JOHN HOLLIDAY OR SIMPSON
Housebreaker and Highwayman, who robbed a King at Hertford, and a Church, and was hanged at Tyburn in 1700
Highwayman, who fell after a hot Battle, and was hanged in 1701
Highwayman, executed at Launceston, 25th of April, 1702, for robbing a Farmer's Wife
Who executed his own Parents, and from a Pickpocket became a Cat Burglar, and then a Highwayman. Executed at Dublin, 15th of May, 1702
Executed for housebreaking on the 10th of March, 1703.
A sacrilegious Villain who murdered a Footman and was executed on the 16th of April, 1703
Who robbed many Houses, and was hanged at Tyburn on 3rd of November, 1703
Apprenticed as a Thief and became an expert Housebreaker. Executed at Tyburn in 1704
Who proved that a Peruke-Maker does not make a good Highwayman, for his Career lasted only a Week. Executed 20th of December, 1704
Convicted of Robbery, reprieved while actually hanging upon the Scaffold, 24th of December, I 705, and afterwards had two other Escapes from Death
Executed for Murder, 25th October, 1706
WILLIAM ELBY OTHERWISE DUNN
An Armed Criminal, who was hanged for Burglary and Murder at Fulham on the 13th of September, 1707
Who, with two Associates named Bunce and Low, committed many Robberies, and was executed at Tyburn in 1707
An amorous Highwayman, who was executed at Leicester in May, 1708
CAPTAIN EVAN EVANS
Clerk to Sir Edmund Andrews, in Guernsey, and later Highwayman in England. Executed in 1708
A Robber whose thoughtful Wife bought the Rope to hang him. Executed at Tyburn in June, 1709.
Convicted of Murder on Evidence of the actual Perpetrator of the Crime, and executed at the Age of Nineteen at Tyburn, 27th of March, 1710
Committed fifty-six Highway Robberies, and was executed at Tyburn in March, 1711
Taught a Dog to pick Pockets, and was executed for Housebreaking at Tyburn in August, 1711
Having committed a Robbery, Maw ordered his Wife to organise a Mock Funeral, so that People should think he was dead. He was executed at Tyburn in October 1711
Executed at Presteigne in April, 1712, for murdering Edward Williams
Was taken into Slavery by the Blacks on Pirates' Island. After gaining his Liberty and returning to England he became a Highwayman. Executed in 1713 for the Murder of a Farmer's Daughter
Highwayman who set Fire to a Prison. Executed at Tyburn in March, 1713
Took to the Highway because he was ruined by a Fire. Executed at Cambridge Castle in March, 1713
Once pretended to be the Bishop of London's Nephew in order to escape from a Man he had robbed. Executed at Tyburn, 1713
Highway Robber, executed at Warwick Jail in 1713 for Robbery
Convicted for Murder and Highway Robberies. Executed
Executed on Clerkenwell Green for the Murder of Edward Perry, December, 1713
With the Assistance of a Sparrow he committed many Robberies, and was executed at Tyburn in 1714 at the age of Sixteen
Hanged at Gloucester Jail in April, 1714, for the Murder of one Mr Beachere
WILL OGDEN AND TOM REYNOLDS
Housebreakers and Highwaymen. Executed at Kingston- upon-Thames in April, 1714
Highwayman, who was captured after a Fight, and executed with James Lawrence in August, 1715, at Warwick Jail
Highwayman, executed at Tyburn, on the 23rd of December, 1715.
Executed March 12, 1716, for Horse Stealing, &c.
Executed At Stanford-Hill, March, 22, 1717, For Murder
A Minister's Son who turned Highwayman, and was executed 3rd of April, 1719
Executed for murder, 28th July, 1721
Highwayman, who underwent Torture for the Sake of his Honour. Executed at Tyburn, 21st of December, 1721.
JOHN HARTLEY AND THOMAS REEVES
Footpads, who were executed at Tyburn on the 4th of May, 1722, after One had, by a Ruse, petitioned the King
JOHN HAWKINS AND JAMES SIMPSON
Highwaymen and Mail Robbers. Executed at Tyburn on the 21st of May, 1722
Executed at Tyburn, May 22, 1722, for Horse-stealing.
ROBERT WILKINSON, JAMES LINCOLN, AND THOMAS MILKSOP
Murderers, executed at Tyburn, Sept. 24, 1722.
WILLIAM SPIGGOT AND THOMAS PHILLIPS
Who suffered the Torture for refusing to plead. Executed at Tyburn, 23rd of February, 1723, for Robbery
RICHARD OAKEY, JOHN LEVEY, AND MATTHEW FLOOD
Executed at Tyburn, on the 23rd of February, 1723, for robbery
After an adventurous Seafaring Life as a Boy he became a Robber, and was executed at Tyburn on the 8th of April, 1723
WILLIAM DUCE, JAMES BUTLER, -- WADE, and ? MEADS
A desperate and cruel gang of murderers and footpads. Executed at Tyburn, August 14, 1723.
Executed at Tyburn, September 9, 1723, for Robbery.
Executed at Tyburn, 3rd of February, 1724, for House-breaking, after being warned that the Bellman would say his Verses over him
JOSEPH BLAKE ALIAS BLUESKIN
Made an Unsuccessful Attempt to kill Jonathan Wild by cutting his Throat. Executed in November, 1724, at Newgate
A Daring Housebreaker, who made Ingenious Escapes from Prison and even tried to foil his Executioner at Tyburn on 16th of November, 1724
THOMAS PACKER and JOSEPH PICKER
Executed at Tyburn February, 1, 1725, For Highway Robbery:
EDWARD BURNWORTH, WILLIAM BLEWITT, EMANUEL DICKENSON, THOMAS BERRY, JOHN LEGEE, JOHN HIGGS, and ---- MARJORAM
Another gang of murderers and daring robbers.
A Daring Shop-Robber, who was executed at Tyburn On 27th of March, 1728
Highwayman, Turnkey and Ale-House Keeper. Executed at Tyburn, 20th of February, 1729
SIR SIMON CLARKE, BART., AND LIEUTENANT ROBERT ARNOTT
Convicted as Highwaymen in 1731, but afterwards reprieved
Strolling player turned housebreaker, executed 9th October, 1732
Executed at Tyburn, October 9, 1732, for highway robbery.
ISAAC AND THOMAS HALLAM
Murderers and Highwaymen, hanged in Lincolnshire, 20th of February, 1733, upon the Spot where they committed their Crime
THOMAS CARR, AN ATTORNEY , AND ELIZABETH ADAMS
Executed at Tyburn, 18th of January, 1738, for Robbery
A Profligate Apprentice, who turned Highwayman. Executed at Tyburn, 14th of March, 1738
Highwayman, on whose body, after execution, an experiment was made to bring him to life
JOHN TOON AND EDWARD BLASTOCK
Executed at Tyburn, May 20, 1738, for highway robbery.
A famous Highway Robber, who shot dead one of his own Comrades and was executed at York On 7th of April, 1739
Executed for Robbery, July 2nd 1739.
Executed near Wells, in Somersetshire, 21st of September 1739, for robbing the Mail.
An accomplished Scholar and Linguist, who was executed at Tyburn 1st of December, 1739, for Robbery
Transported for robbing a man of three farthings, December, 1740
Notorious Horse-Stealer and Highwayman, executed at Tyburn, 16th of December, 1741
JOSEPH RAWLINS, alias GREAT JOE;
A daring and notorious Smuggler, executed at Winchester, October 10, 1746 for burglary.
Executed at Tyburn, Nov. 16, 1747, for murder.
The Extraordinary Career of a Youth, who was executed at Tyburn, 16th of November, 1747, after returning from Transportation, for Highway Robbery
THOMAS NEALE and WILLIAM BOWEN
Highwaymen; (The former a most hardened Sinner, who died cursing the Spectators of his Execution, August 12, 1749.)
Executed at Surrey, August 12, 1749, for burglary.
HUGH DAWSON and JOHN GAMMELL
Executed on Kennington-common, August 22, 1749.
Executed for murder, August 26th, 1750
Called "The Gentleman Highwayman." Executed at Tyburn, 3rd of October, 1750, for Highway Robbery
THOMAS QUIN, JOSEPH DOWDELL, AND THOMAS TALBOT
A Gang of Notorious Thieves, executed at Tyburn, June 17, 1751, for robbery.
Executed on Kennington Common, 6th of September, 1751, for Highway Robbery
NICHOLAS MOONEY and JOHN JONES
Executed at Bristol, May 24, 1752, for highway robbery.
JOHN M'CANNELLY AND LUKE MORGAN
A Daring Burglary committed in the House of Mr Porter, of the Raike Farmhouse, near Chester, by M'Cannelly, Morgan, Stanley, Boyd and Neill, Irish Haymakers, for which the first two were executed on the 25th of May, 1752
CHRISTOPHER JOHNSON AND JOHN STOCKDALE
Executed at Tyburn, 3rd of July, 1753, and their Bodies hanged in Chains, for Murder
A Soldier of the Guards, executed at Tyburn, 10th of December, 1753, for the Murder of Mr Crouch
DAVIS, THE MAIL-ROBBER
Executed and hung in chains near the place where he committed the robbery
BLI GONZALEZ ALIAS JOHN SYMMONDS ALIAS SPANISH JACK
After a varied Criminal Career he was finally executed at Maidstone, 18th of April, 1756, for stealing a Silver Tankard
A Gentleman of the Road who drove in a Phaeton and Pair, and after many Adventures was executed for Highway Robbery on 6th of April, 1758
JAMES WHITE AND WALTER WHITE
Brothers who were executed at Kennington Common, 19th of April, 1758, for Robbery with Violence
Executed at Tyburn, 28th of April, 1760 for robbing his Master
Executed on the City Road, London, 28th of July, 1762, for robbing a Danish Gentleman, whom he treated with great Barbarity
The Flying Highwayman, executed at Hertford, 28th of March, 1763
An Officer of the Royal Navy, who became a Highwayman, and was executed at Tyburn, 4th of May, 1763
Sentenced to Death for robbing a Poor Woman. She struggled violently with the Executioner on the Scaffold, 4th Of May, 1763
Executed in the Market-Place of Windsor, 7th of March, 1764, for Murder
An American, executed at Tyburn, 4th of April, 1764, for the Murder of his Landlord and his Family
JOHN WESKET AND JOHN COOPER
The Former was executed at Tyburn, 9th of January, 1765, for robbing his Master, the Earl of Harrington; and the Latter transported for Fourteen Years for receiving Stolen Goods
A treacherous and base Villain, executed at Tyburn, 11th of March, 1768, for robbing and setting fire to his Benefactor's House
JAMES ATTAWAY AND RICHARD BAILEY
Executed at Tyburn, 4th of July, 1770, for committing a Burglary after tying up the Butler
PETER CONWAY AND MICHAEL RICHARDSON
Executed at Tyburn, 19th of July, 1770, for a Murder which was their first Essay in Crime
Hanged for Housebreaking, on 27th of May, 1771, before lie had attained the Age of Sixteen
DR LEVI WEIL, ASHER WEIL, JACOB LAZARUS AND SOLOMON PORTER
A Gang of Robbers who committed Murder, and were executed at Tyburn, 9th of December, 1771
HENRY JONES, FRANCIS PHOENIX AND CHARLES BURTON
Executed at Tyburn, 3rd of February, 1772, for Burglary at the House of Sir Robert Ladbroke, a City Banker
JOHN ADSHEAD AND BENJAMIN ALSWORTH
Hanged for housebreaking, 8th July, 1772
Executed at Tyburn, 20th of January, 1773, for a Highway Robbery
WILLIAM FIELD ALIAS GREEN
Executed on Kennington Common, 1st of September, 1773, for Highway Robbery
Commonly called "Sixteen-String Jack." Executed at Tyburn, 30th of November, 1774, for Highway Robbery
Having saved an Innocent Man from the Gallows, he himself was executed at Tyburn, 10th of January, 1775, for Burglary
Hackney-Coachman and Leader of a Gang of Robbers, executed at Chelmsford, 10th of August, 1775, for Burglary
PETER LE MAITRE
Convicted, 7th of March, 1777, of robbing the Ashmolean Museum at Oxford
THOMAS HORNER AND JAMES FRYER
Executed for Burglary and Robbery under Threats of Violence, 24th of June, 1778
FRANCIS LEWIS OTHERWISE GRIMISON
Cobweb as a Clue to a Bogus Burglary committed by a Butler, who was executed at Tyburn, 24th of June, 1778
Executed for murder, robbery and arson, 5th April 1778
A. DURNFORD AND W. NEWTON
Executed at Tyburn, 22nd of November, 1780, for a Robbery under Singular Circumstances
Executed for Robbery
JOSEPH WOOD AND THOMAS UNDERWOOD
Two Fourteen-year-old Boys, executed at Newgate, 6th of July, 1791, for robbing another Boy
A Boy condemned to Death for robbing a Pieman, who had swindled him on Hounslow Heath, of a few Halfpence, March, 1794
LEWIS JEREMIAH AVERSHAW
Executed on Kennington Common, 3rd of August, 1795, for shooting a Peace Offcer in the act of apprehending him
Executed before Newgate, 20th of April, 1796, for Burglary
A Private Soldier, executed before Newgate, 15th of May, 1799, for robbing the Mint
"Galloping Dick," convicted at the Lent Assizes, 1800, at Aylesbury, and executed for a Highway Robbery
JAMES RILEY AND ROBERT NUTTS
Executed before Newgate, 24th of June, 1801, for Highway Robbery
JOHN TERRY AND JOSEPH HEALD
Executed under Extraordinary Circumstances at York, 21st of March, 1803, for Murder
Executed before Newgate for robbing Coachmen on the Highway, 8th of June, 1803
A Violent and Hardened Sinner, who was executed along with John Tennant, before Newgate, 30th of April, 1805, for Robbery
CHARLES HEMMINGS AND GEORGE BEVAN
Bogus Bow Street Officers who robbed a Clergyman, and were executed, April, 1806
JOHN HOLLOWAY AND OWEN HAGGERTY
A Hundred Spectators were killed or injured in a Crush at the Execution of these Men before Newgate, 22nd of February, 1807
Executed 23rd of March, 1807, on the Top of the New Jail, Horsemonger Lane, Southwark, for the Murder Of an old lone Lady, Mrs Ann Pooley, in company with John Pope, who was admitted Evidence for the Crown.
A Soldier in the Middlesex Militia. Sentenced to Death for a Highway Robbery of Sixpence and a Penny-Piece, but reprieved at the Request of his Victim, February, 1808
Convicted at the Cumberland Summer Assizes, 1808, and executed for a Double Murder
WILLIAM PROUDLOVE AND GEORGE GLOVER
Executed at Chester, 28th of May, 1809, for Salt-Stealing, after a First Attempt to hang them had failed
HENRY WHITE AND JAMES SMITH
Well-equipped and armed Burglars, who were sentenced to Death at the Old Bailey, 3rd of July, 1809
Son of a Clergyman, and a Notorious Burglar. Executed on Shooter's Hill, near London, 1809
Transported for Seven Years for stealing an Exchequer Bill, September, 1810
Convicted of Burglary, and executed at Gloucester, 23rd of March, 1811, a Few Minutes before a Reprieve arrived
A Chimney-Sweep, who descended Chimneys to break into Houses, and was convicted on 9th September, 1811
A Burglar, who was identified by his Deformed Hand, and was executed before Newgate, 19th of September, 1811
RICHARD PAYNE AND JOHN MALONEY
Convicted, October Sessions, 1811, at the Old Bailey, and sentenced to Death, for robbing a Man whom they had accused of being an Ex-Convict
JOHN CLAYTON and WILLIAM JENKINS
Executed for Burglary
A Murderer, who was traced by a Watch he had sold, and was executed in 1813
Executed October 31, 1814, for the horrid murder in Kentish Town
THE ASHCROFTS AND WILIAM HOLDEN
Tried at the Lancaster Assizes for the Murder of Margaret Marsden and Hannah Partington, 5th September, 1817
Who murdered a Wealthy Tradesman and his Housekeeper, and was executed on 3rd of August, 1818
Executed for Robbery, On 30th of December 1818, after Shocking Scenes on the Scaffold
PHILIP STOFFEL AND CHARLES KEPPEL
Guilt of Murder disclosed by a Prisoner's Ignorance of Spelling, 1823
Executed at Horsemonger Lane Jail, 11th of January, 1830, for an Armed Burglary
JOHN AMY BIRD BELL
A Fourteen-year-old Criminal, who murdered another Boy for the sake of Nine Shillings, and was executed on 1st August, 1831
Executed at Newgate, 7th of January, 1833, for murdering a Wig Maker's Son, whose Body was found in a Ditch
Transported, 17th of March, 1841, for stealing a Bag of Gold from his Employers
HUFFEY WHITE AND RICHARD KENDALL
Executed at Northampton, for Robbing the Leeds Mail
Sentenced to Death for robbing a Foot-Boy while on an Errand for his Master
Executed for Burglary.
At his Execution, he Jumped back onto the Scaffold, and had to be Pushed off again.
Tried for Robbery.
Executed for Burglary.
ROGER O'CONNOR, ESQ.
Indicted for Robbing the Mail.
Executed for Robbery after an Attempted Rescue from the Scaffold
JAMES MACKCOULL, alias MOFFAT
Convicted Of Robbery after a Long Career as a Thief.
SAMUEL DENMORE HAYWARD,
Executed for Burglary.
Indicted for Robbery.
Convicted of an Assault with Intent to Rob.
Executed for Burglary.
WILLIAM GILCHRIST, GEORGE GILCHRIST, and JAMES BROWN
Tried for a Coach Robbery.
Imprisoned for Robbery.
JAMES BERRYMAN and THOMAS BERRYMAN
The one Hanged, and the Other Transported, For a Burglary in which the Victim was Blinded for Life.
WILLIAM JOURDAN, alias LEARY; THOMAS SULLIVAN; HENRY MOTT; AND WILLIAM SEALE.
Transported for a Robbery at the Custom-House.
Transported for Burglary
JAMES AND WILLIAM LIGHTFOOT.
Executed for Robbery and Murder.
Transported for Burglary.
JAMES HILLS, WILLIAM HARLEY, AND WILLIAM FISHER, alias CURLY BILL.
Tried for Burglary.
Executed for Highway Robbery
Executed for Housebreaking, 24th September, 1748
JOHN POULTER ALIAS BAXTER
Executed For Highway Robbery
Executed for Robbery, 4th May, 1764
Executed for the Murder of a Black Man, August, 1764
Executed for Robbing the Mail, 1st August, 1770
WILLIAM EDWARDS WHITE
Executed for Murder, 25th October, 1772
JOSEPH GUYANT AND JOSEPH ALLPRESS
Executed for Robbing the Mail, 8th July, 1772
Executed for Robbing his Master, 30th June, 1772
ISAAC DARKING, Alias DUMAS
Executed for Highway Robbery, 16th April, 1761
Executed for Robbery, 25th March, 1773
CHARLES MILLS AND JOHN PUGH
Executed for Highway Robbery, 7th November, 1774
Executed for Highway Robbery, 1st July, 1774
EDWARD AND JANE M'GINNIS
Brother and Sister Executed at Tyburn, July 18, 1766, for Burglary
Sentenced to Three Years Imprisonment, for an Assault Committed in a Singular Attempt to Commit a Robbery on the 16th Of April 1774
Executed at Tyburn, October 23, 1776, for Burglary
PIERRE AUGUSTINE, ALIAS PETER AUGUSTINE, ALIAS PETER CHUMLEY, ALIAS PETER CHAPMAN, ALIAS PETER DEVAL
Executed before Newgate, August 31, 1791, For Robbing his own Countryman
Convicted along with Mary Mallet, of Burglary, and Hanged at Winchester, March 12, 1794
JOHN THOMPSON, ALIAS KELLY
A Mean and Cowardly Robber, Executed at Newgate, October 6. 1803, for Robbing and Ill-Treating a Poor Defenceless Old Woman
GEORGE KENNEDY, MARTIN MOODY, AND RICHARD BARTON
Soldiers of the Foot Guards Convicted of a Robbery, Attended with Circumstances of Cruelty
JOSEPH SMITH AND CHARLES MEYRICK
Convicted of a Burglary in Breaking into Bagnigge Wells, The Noted Tea Gardens near London
MICHAEL CONNOR, JAMES KELLY, AND JOHN CARR
The Two Former Convicted of Highway Robbery, February 1809, and Sentenced to Death
BENJAMIN PLUMBER, JOHN SPITTLE, CHARLES SIFLEET, AND JOHN SAVAGE
Convicted of Burglary at Maidstone Assizes, 27th March 1807
Executed before Newgate, the 25th of March 1807, for Burglary
Convicted at the Court of Criminal Jurisdiction, held at the Criminal Court, of the Town Sydney, in New South Wales, (commonly called Botany Bay,) on the 12th of September 1809, and Sentenced to Death for Burglary
ISAAC WEST and JOHN DUNCAN
Convicted of Burglary in Botany Bay, 12th of September 1809
JAMES HEATH and HENRY WILLIAMS
Sentenced to Death, having Pleaded Guilty to an Indictment before the Court Of Criminal Jurisdiction at Sidney, (Botany Bay,) Charged with a Burglary
JOHN PURCEL, ESQ. OF HIGHFORT, NEAR CHARLEVILLE
Extraordinary Defeat of a Desperate Gang of House-breakers
JAMES WESTBROOK AND ELIZABETH PHIPPS
Convicted at the September Sessions 1812, and Sentenced to Death, for Burglary
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