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Lives Of The Most Remarkable Criminals Who have been Condemned and Executed for Murder, the Highway, Housebreaking, Street Robberies, Coining or other offences by Arthur L. Hayward

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Carrick (Carristoun), Orkney
Carrick, James, a highwayman
Carrol, a thief
Cartwright, John
Casey, William, a robber
Caustin, William, a footpad
Cawood Castle
Chambers, a felon
Chancery Lane
Charnock, Thomas
Charringworth, Glos.
Cheapside
Chelsea
Chester
Chester-in-the-Street
Chickley, Captain
Civil John, _see_ Turner, John
Clare Market
Clark, Eleanor
Clark, Matthew, a footpad
Claxton, John, a thief
Clean-Limbed Tom, a footpad
Cliffe, James
Clink Prison
Cluff, James, a murderer
Cobham, Lord
Coffee, William, a negro
Coining
Colthouse, William
Conyers, Symbol
Cope, Colonel
Copenhagen
House, Islington
Cork
Cornwall, Joshua, a thief
Cotterell, John, a thief
Cotton, Timothy, a highwayman
Covent Garden
Coventry Act
Cox, Mr., a surgeon
Crouch, Robert, a footpad
Crouches, Stephen
Crowder, Thomas, a thief
Croydon
Cullen Pierce
Currey, George
Curtis, Peter

Da Costa, Mr. Jacob Mendez
Dalton, James, a thief
Darby, Widdington
Darien, colonials at
Davis, Captain Howel, a pirate
John
Lumley, a highwayman
Moll, a diver
Vincent, a murderer
Dawson, Mrs.
Deal
Dean, Mrs., wife of J. Wild
De Casteja, Baron
Delasay, Mr., Under-Secretary of State
Denton, Justice
Deval, Abraham, a forger
Dickenson, Emanuel
Dimmock, Mr., a sailor
Disney
Doncaster
Dorchester
Dormer
Dowdale, Stephen, a thief
Doyle, John, a highwayman
Drummond, James
Robert, a highwayman
Drury, Anthony
Lane
Dublin
Duce, William, a highwayman
Dumbleton, Abraham, a thief
Dyer, John
Dykes, John, a thief 52-54

Eaton, Mr., a Lifeguardsman
Ebrington, Glos.
Edgeworth, Bess, _see_ Lion, Elizabeth
Elisha, William, a highwayman
Elliot, Edward, a deer-stealer
Ellis, Colonel
Ellison, Ebenezer, an Irish thief
Epsom
Everett, John, a highwayman
Execution Dock
Exeter

Falcon Stairs
Farnham Holt
Fea, Mr., of Eday, Orkneys
Featherby, John, a Street-Robber
Fenwick, Nicholas
Ferneau, Oliver
Ferris, a coiner
Field, William
Finch, Mr., resident at the Hague
Finchley, Common
Fink, Bernard
Fisher, Henry, a murderer
Fitzer, William
Fitzpatrick, Katherine, a shoplift
Flanders
Fleet Prison
Street
Flood, Matthew, footpad
Follwell, John
Foster, John, a housebreaker
Fowles, Amy
Fowls
Frazier, ring-keeper at Moorfields
Frost, William, a highwayman
Fulsom, a thief

Gahogan, Henry, a coiner
Gale, George, a thief
Gambia River
Gardiner, Stephen, a highwayman
Garnet, William
Garraway
_George_ galley
Gerrard, Samuel, a constable
Gilburn, Nicholas, a highwayman
Gillingham, John, a highwayman
Gloucester
Statute of
Golden Tinman, the, _see_ Trippuck, John
Golding, Thomas
Goldington, Sarah
Gomeroon, Joseph
Gow, John, a pirate
Grace, Charles
Grahamsey, Orkneys
Gravesend
Great Ombersley
Green, Alice, a cheat
Jenny
Mary
Peter
Greenford
Greenwich
Griffin, Jane, a murderess
Griffith, Thomas
Grundy, Thomas James, a housebreaker
Guy, John, a deer-stealer

Hall, Richard
Hammersmith
Hamp, John, footpad
Hampstead
Road
Hanson, Mr.
Mary, a murderer
Hanwell Green
Harman, James, a highwayman
Harpham, Robert, a coiner
Harris, Samuel, a highwayman
Harrison, William
Hartly, John
Harwich
Hatfield, Herts.
Hawes, Nathaniel, a thief
Hawksworth, William, a murderer
Hayes, Catherine, a murderess
Haymarket
Haynes, Robert, a murderer
Hereford
Hewlett, John, a murderer
Hide, Martha
Higgs, John
Highgate
Highwaymen, laws against
High Wycombe
Hoare, Mr., the banker
Hockley-in-the-Hole
Holborn
Holden, William, a footpad
Hollis, William, a thief
Holmes, Jane, a shoplifter
Honeyman, Mr., of Grahamsey
Hornby, John, a thief
Horseferry, Westminster
Horsely Down, Southwark
Houghton, Hugh, a robber
Hounslow Heath
Houssart, Lewis, a murderer
How, James, a highwayman
Hue and cry
Hughs, John, a footpad
Richard, a highwayman
Hulse, Dr. Edward
Hungerford
Huntingdon
Hyde Park

_Ignoramus_, in law
Inns and Taverns:
Adam and Eve, St. Pancras
Baptist Head, Old Bailey
Black Boy, Goodman's Fields
Boar's Head, Smithfield
Brawn's Head, New Bond Street
Cardigan's Head, Charing Cross
Castle, Fleet Street
Coach and Horses, Old Palace Yard
Cock, Old Bailey
Dog and Dial, Monmouth Street
Elephant and Castle, Fleet Street
Farthing Pie House
Fighting Cocks, St. George's Fields
Globe, Hatton Garden
Green Lettuce, Holborn
Hampshire Hog
Horn, Fleet Street
King of Hearts, Fore Street
King's Arms, Red Lion Street
King's Head, Fish Street
One Tun, Strand
Pinder of Wakefield
Red Lion, Cow Cross
Red Lion, Lambeth
Rummer and Horseshoe, Drury Lane
Shoulder of Mutton, Billingsgate
Sieve, Little Minories
Thistle and Crown, Old Bailey
Three Bowls, St. James's
Three Pigeons
White Bear, Piccadilly
Insurance Offices, cheated
Islington
Israel, Abraham, a Jew

Jackson, Nathaniel, a highwayman
Jaen, Captain, a murderer
Jamaica
James, Richard, a highwayman
Jenny, wife of T. Benson
Johnson, Jane
John, a coiner
Robert, a highwayman
Roger
Jones, Benjamin
Elizabeth
John, a pickpocket
Mr. Richard
Rowland
Julian, an incendiary
Justices of the Peace, remarks upon

Kelley, Peter, a murderer
Kelly, Hugh
Kemp, Joseph, a housebreaker
Kennedy, Walter, a pirate
Kennington Common
Kensington
King, Robert
Kingshell, Robert, a deer-stealer
King's Road, Chelsea
Street, Westminster
Kingston
Kirkwall
Knap, John
Kneebone, Mr.
Knightsbridge
Knowland, Henry, a footpad

Lamb, Anthony
Lambert, Justice
Langley, Captain
Claude
Larceny, laws concerning
Laws, Sir Nicholas
Law terms
Leadenhall Street
Leather Lane
Leeds, the Duke of
Leghorn, Italy
Leonard, Christopher, and Kate
Levee, John, a highwayman
Peter, a street-robber
Lewis, John, a thief
Lincoln, James, a murderer
Lincoln's Inn Fields
Lion, Elizabeth, or Edgeworth Bess
Lipsat, William, a thief
Little, James, a footpad
John, a housebreaker
Queen Street, Lincoln's Inn
Lock, William
Lofthouse, Thomas
Longmore, Henry
Lotteries
Low, Captain Edward
Lowther, Mr.
Captain, George

MacCauly, a pirate
MacGuire, Bryan, a highwayman
Maggott, Mrs.
Maidstone
Man, Betty
Manley, Mrs., the author
Marjoram, William
Marlborough, Wilts.
Marple, William, a highwayman
Marshall, Henry, a deer-stealer
Marshal, William, a thief
Marshalsea Prison
Martin, Jane, a cheat
Peter, a Chelsea pensioner
Maryland, plantations in
Marylebone
Massey, Captain John
Maycock, Mrs.
Medline, Thomas, a highwayman
Meff, John, a housebreaker
Malvin, a pirate
Middleton, Joseph, a housebreaker
Miles, Mrs.
Miller, William, a highwayman
Milliner, Mary
Millington Common
Minsham, John, a thief
Mint, in Southwark
Mitcham
Molony, John, a thief
_Monmouth_, man-of-war
Moody
Moorfields
Morphew, John
Morris, Edward
Hugh, a highwayman
Murden, Sir Jeremiah
Murrel, John, a horse-stealer
Myring, Leonard, a barber

Neal, Edmund, a footpad
Neasden
Neeves, Thomas, a thief
Newbury, Berks.
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Newcomb, William, a housebreaker
Newfoundland
Newgate
Newman, Mr. Nathaniel
Newmarket
New Mint
New Prison
New York
Nichols, John
Richard, a thief
Robert
_Night Rambler_, a pirate sloop
Nisbet, a joiner
Northampton
Norwich
Nottingham
Nunney, Luke, a murderer

Oakey, Richard, a footpad
Oblivion, Act of (1660)
O'Brian, a thief
O'Bryan, James, a highwayman
Ogden, Samuel, highwayman
Old Bailey
Old Spa, Clerkenwell
Oliver, Robert, a thief
Oporto
Osborn, Elizabeth
Ouranaquoy, an Indian chief
Overbery, Sir Thomas
Owen, Griffith, a highwayman
Oxford
Road

Packer, Thomas, a highwayman
Palermo
Pall Mall
Parford, Mr.
Paris
Parvin, Richard, a deer-stealer
Paternoster Row
Patrick, Samuel
Payne, Mrs. Diana
John
Sarah, an infamous woman
_Peine fort et Dure_
Pennsylvania
Penrice, Sir Henry
Perkins, Robert, a thief
Perrier, Jacques, a French robber
_Perry_ galley
Perry, Edward
John, and his family, murderers
Thomas, a footpad
Peterson, a pirate
Phelps
Philadelphia
Philip, a justice's clerk
Philpot, Mr., a surveyor
Piccadilly
Picken, Joseph, a highwayman
Pincher, William
Pink, Edward and John, deer-stealers
Pitts, Colonel
Plantations of America
Poison, Thomas, a footpad
Porto Santo, Madeira
Portsmouth
Road
Pots, Philip
Poultry Compter
Powell, Sir John
Prague, description of
Pressing, as a punishment
Price, John, a housebreaker
Pugh, John, highwayman
Purney, Ordinary of Newgate
Putney Common
Pye, Richard

Quakers, robbed

Rag Fair
Ransom, John
Ratcliff Highway
Rawlins, Christopher, a thief
Mary (Black Mary)
Thomas
Raymond, Lord Chief Justice
Read, Robert
William
William, of Campden
Reading, James
Receiving, practised by Wild
Reddey, Eleanor
Red Lion Fields
Square
Reeves, Thomas, a highwayman
_Revenge_, a pirate galley
Rewards, for apprehending criminals
Reynolds, Edward, a thief
Rice
Rivers, Thomas, a thief
Roberts, Dorcas
Robinson, Mary, a shoplift
Roche, Philip, a pirate
Rogers, William, a thief
Captain Woodes
Rondeau, Anne
Rose Sponging-house
Rotterdam
Rouden, John, _alias_ Hulks, a thief
Russell, William, a footpad

Sadler's Wells
St. Albans
St. Andrew's, Holborn
St. George's Fields
St. Giles's Pound
Round-house
St. James's Park
St. Margaret's, Westminster
St. Pancras
St. Paul's, Covent Garden
St. Sepulchre's Bell-man
St. Swithin's Alley, Cornhill
St. Thomas's Hospital
Salisbury
Salter, Peter
Sanctuaries in London
Sanders, Francis, a thief
Sandford
Santa Cruz
Scarborough, Earl of
Schmidt, Frederick, alterer of bank-notes
Scrimgeour
Scurrier, Richard, a shoplift
Sefton, William, a thief
Sells, Samuel
Sharp, Mark, a murderer
Shaw, James, a highwayman
Sheldon, Mrs.
Shelterers, the
Shepherd, Jack, highwayman, and prisonbreaker
Richard, a housebreaker
Thomas, a thief
Sherbourne
Sherwood, James, a footpad
Shoreditch
Shrewsberry, _alias_ Smith, Joseph, a robber
Shrewsbury
Shrimpton, Ferdinand, a highwayman
Sikes, James
Simpson, William, a horse-stealer
Sleaford
Smith, Bryan, a blackmailer
John, a murderer
Mary, a whore
Simon
Thomas, a highwayman
Smithfield
Smoky Chimney Doctor, _see_ Drury, A.
Smyrna
Snow, Foster
Southampton Street
Spain, expedition to
Spencer, Barbara, a coiner
Sperry, William, a footpad
Springate, Mrs.
Spring Gardens
Stabbing, Statute of
Standford, Mary, a pickpocket
Stanley, Captain John, a murderer
Stephens, Catherine
Stepney
Stevens, Mary
Stinton, Thomas
Stockden, Worcestershire
Stocks, Market
Stone, John
Sunderland
Swaffo, Baron
Swift, William, a thief

Tartoue, Peter
Taverns, _see_ Inns
Temple, The
Thompson, Sarah
Thompson, Sir William, recorder
Thomson, John, a highwayman
Tilt Yard, Westminster
Timms, Thomas, a footpad
Tompkins, Mr.
Toon, James, a thief
Tothill Fields, Bridewell
Tottenham
Court Road
Tower Hill
Towers, Mr.
Charles, a minter
Transportation
Trantham, Richard, a housebreaker
Trig Stairs
Trippuck, John, a highwayman
Turner, Mrs. Elizabeth
John, _alias_ Civil John, a highwayman
Turnham Green
Tyburn
Tyrrell, John, a horse-stealer

Upton, John, a pirate

Vanloden, Baron and Countess
Vaux, Thomas, a street-robber
Vigo
Vinegar Yard, Drury Lane

Wakeling, Mr.
Walden, Matthew
Walker, Ann
Waller, John
Waltham Blacks, the
Wandsworth
Wapping
Ward Joseph, a footpad
Waterford
Watts, Sarah, a fence
Weaver, Charles, a murderer
Weedon, George, a footpad
Wendover
West, Jeddediah
John
Westbrook, a surgeon
West Chester
Chester, Pennsylvania
Haden, Northants
Westwood, James
Thomas, a footpad
Whalebone, _alias_ Welbone, John, a thief
Whinyard, Mr.
White, Abraham, a thief
James, a thief
Whitechapel
Whitefriars
Whittingham, Richard, a footpad
Wight, Isle of
Wigley, John, a highwayman
Wild, Jonathan, thief-taker
Wildgoose, a servant
Wileman, Benjamin, a highwayman
Wilkinson, Robert, a murderer
Willesden Green
Will the Sailor
Williams, a pirate
Willis, a constable
Willoughby, Mr.
Wilson, Thomas, a footpad
Windsor
Winship, John, a highwayman
Wise, Captain
Wood, Thomas
Woodbury Hill, Dorset
Woodman, Richard, a highwayman
Wood Street Compter
Worcester
Worebington, Roger
Wright, James, a highwayman

Yarmouth
Yates, _alias_ Gates, _alias_ Vulcan
York, Mr.
Yorkshire Bob, a housebreaker
Young, John, a highwayman
Hon. William
Younger, Geoffrey, a footpad

Zouch, William

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