CURIOSITIES OF STREET LITERATURE

Author: Hindley (Charles) compiled by:
Year: 0
Publisher: various
Edition Details: Reprint
Book Condition: Vg.
Price: 15.00
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Loose sheets. 13 pages (26 cases) of 19th century facsimile broadsides probably taken from the 1966 reprint edn. of Charles Hindley's 'Curiosities of Street Literature' originally published by Reeves and Turner, 1871. Includes : Life and Trial and Execution of William G. Youngman, the Walworth Murderer; The Wigan Murder, Examination and Confession of John Healey; Execution of Frederick Baker; Double Execution at Durham, Trial and Execution of M'Conville & Dolan For the Murder of Philip Trainer, of Darlington, and Hugh John Ward, of Sunderland, in the County Prison, at Durham on the 22nd instant; Chase, Capture and Arrival of Muller, For the Murder of Mr Briggs, in a Railway Train; Trial and Sentence of Constance Kent; The Execution of Five Pirates for Murder, which took place on Monday, February 22nd,(1864) at the Old Bailey; Barbarous Murder of a Child by a Schoolmistress + many more. From the library of true crime historian, Jonathan Goodman. Vg.

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