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High-treason : the trials at bar of Arthur Thistlewood, gent., James Watson, the elder, surgeon, Thomas Preston, cordwainer, and John Hooper, labourer, for high-treason : before the four judges, in the Court of King's bench, Westminster, on Monday, June 9, 1817 / taken in short-hand by Mr. Fraser, of Thavies Inn, expressly for this edition, with portraits of the prisoners.

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London : Printed and published by W. Lewis, St. John's Square, Clerkenwell : and sold by Sherwood and Co., Paternoster-row; Simpkin and Marshall, Stationers'-court; T. Tegg, Cheapside; T. Hughes, Ludgate-street; W. Roden, Bedford-street, Covent-garden; T. Roden, Hanway-street; and by all booksellers in the United Kingdom, 1817.

1817

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FormatTextCall NumberPforz (Thistlewood, A.) (High-treason)Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Pforzheimer Collection Room 319
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The history of Emma, or, The victim of depravity : wherein is exemplified the miserable effects of not curbing the propensity of our passions : to which are added The life of the abandoned Kitty Clark : who, from a mistaken notion of revenge, left her uncle's house and entered into a licentious course of gay living with a noble lord : after whose death she underwent a variety of scenes : and at length died an object of the utmost misery, and universal detestation : and also The life of Clara Hamilton.

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London : Published by T. Hughes, Ludgate Street, [between 1809 and 1828]

1809-1828

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FormatTextCall NumberNCE p.v. 6 11 titlesItem LocationSchwarzman Building M2 - General Research Room 315

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FormatTextCall NumberPforz (Helme, E. Emma)Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Pforzheimer Collection Room 319

Stories of the ship; or, The British seamen's pleasing companion : illustrated in a series of curious and singular adventures.

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London : Printed for W. Harris, 96, High-Street, Shadwell : and sold by T. Hughes, Ludgate-Street; Champante and Whitrow, Aldgate; A. Cleugh, and T. Soutter, Ratcliff-Highway; S. Elliott, High-Street, Shadwell; Wilmot and Hill, and A. Kemmish, Borough; and J. Mackenzie, Old Bailey ... T. Plummer, printer, Seething-Lane, 1807.

1807

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The second trial and capital conviction of Daniel Dawson, for poisoning horses at Newmarket in 1809, before Mr. Justice Heath at Cambridge on Wednesday the 22d of July, 1812 / taken in court by Geo. Kent.

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London : Printed by W. Glindon, Rupert Street, Haymarket; to be had of the author, 8, Dufour's-Place, Golden-Square; R. Rogers, Newmarket, of whom the county trade can be supplied; Hughes, Ludgate Hill; and Mason, North Audley-Street, 1812.

1812

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FormatTextCall NumberPforz (Dawson, D.) (Second trial and capital conviction of Daniel Dawson)Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Pforzheimer Collection Room 319

The midnight assassin, or, Confession of the monk Rinaldi : containing a complete history of his diabolical machinations and unparallelled ferocity ; tggether [sic] with a circumstantial account of that scourge of mankind The Inquisition, with the manner of bringing to trial those unfortunate beings who are at its disposal.

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London : Printed for Tegg and Castleman, no. 23, Warwick-Square, Paternoster Row; Champante & Whitrow, Aldgate; T. Hughes, Stationer's-Court; Wilmott and Hill, Borough; N. Rollason, Coventry : J. Belcher, Birmingham : B. Sellick, Bristol : T. Troughton, Liverpool : J. Mitchell, Newcastle : T. Brown, North-street, Edinburgh : E. Peck, Lower Ousegate,York : T. Binns, Leeds : J. Dingle, Bury St. Edmunds : T. Brown, Bath : B. Dugdale, Dublin : M. Swindels, Manchester : J. Booth, Norwich : Collins and Fellows, Salisbury : and G. Wilkins, Derby : Printed by T. Plummer, Seething-Lane, [1802].

1802

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FormatTextCall NumberPforz (Radcliffe, A. Italian. 1802. ABR)Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Pforzheimer Collection Room 319