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Executions and executioners -- New York (State) -- New York
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An Account of the trial of Joseph Andrews, for piracy and murder, together with his confession to the gentlemen of the clergy who visited him during his confinement, and on the day of his execution; the account he gave them of his parentage and manner of life, also his character and execution

[New York : s.n., 1769]
1769
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An Account of the trial of Joseph Andrews for piracy and murder, together with his confession to the gentlemen of the clergy who visited him during his confinment [sic], and to the keepers of the goal the day before his execution; the account he gave them of his parentage and manner of life, also his character and dying speech

America [i.e., New York]. : Printed for every purchaser., M,DCC,LXIX. [1769]
1769
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The confession and dying words of John Jubeart, who was executed at New-York, upon Wednesday the sixth of September, 1769; for coining and passing counterfeit dollars

[New York] : Printed for the sober John Stewart, Esq; and Co. and sold from their fists, in every quarter of this city., [1769]
1769
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The conversation & conduct, of the late unfortunate John Young, who was executed for the murder of Robert Barwick, (deputy sheriff,) from the time of receiving sentence of death, to that of his execution.
Flanagan, Christopher
New York, : Printed by T. Kirk, two doors down from the tea-water pump. 1797. (Copy right secured.) Price six-pence., [1797]
1797
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The defence of John Ury, made before the Supream [sic] Court in New-York, at his tryal [sic] for being concerned in the late Negro-conspiracy
Ury, John, d. 1741
[Philadelphia : Printed by Benjamin Franklin, 1741]
1741
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The last dying speech and confession, of Joseph Andrews. Who was executed at New-York, on Tuesday the 23d day of May, 1769. For piracy and murder
Andrews, Joseph, d. 1769
[New York] : Printed for and published by L. Swiney and J. Stewart., [1769]
1769
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The last speech, and dying words of Thomas Hickey, (a soldier in the Continental Army,) who was executed in a field near the city of New-York, on Friday June 28, 1776, for joining in sedition and mutiny, and of treacherously corresponding with, inlisting, and receiving pay from the enemies of the United American Colonies
Hickey, Thomas, 1749?-1776
[Newport, R.I. : Printed by Solomon Southwick, 1776]
1776
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The last speech and dying words of Thomas Hickey, a soldier in the Continental Army, who was executed in a field near the city of New-York, on Friday June 28, 1776, for joining in sedition and of mutiny, and of treacheously [sic] corresponding with, inlisting, and receiving pay from the enemies of the united American colonies
Hickey, Thomas, 1749?-1776
Concord [Mass.]: : Printed and sold by N. Coverly, by the groze, dozen or single., M,DCCLXXVI [1776]
1776
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Murders. Report of the trial of James Johnson, a black man, for the murder of Lewis Robinson, a black man, on the 23d of October last. : Also, the trial of John Sinclair, a German, aged seventy-seven years, for the murder of David Hill, on the eighth day of April last. : Had before his Honour, Chief Justice Kent, the Hon. Jacob Radcliff, mayor, and the Hon. Josiah Ogden Hoffman, recorder of the city of New-York, on Wednesday, the 19th, and Thursday, the 20th December, 1810.
Sampson, William, 1764-1836
New-York: : Printed and published by Southwick and Pelsue, no. 3, New-Street., 1811
1811
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A narative [sic] of the treatment Coll. Bayard received from the time that sentence was passed against him to the time of his giving that petition which the lieut. governour & Council caused to be printed and published in justification of their proceedings against him

[New York : Printed by William Bradford, 1702]
1702
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A Narrative of part of the life and adventures of Joseph Andrews, particularly of his piracy and the murder of Capt. Duryee and his company, for which he was tried on the 17th instant, and condemn'd to be hang'd this day, the 23d of May, 1769, on the shore between the air furnace and the town, and his body afterwards hung in chains on Bedlow's Island

[New York : s.n., 1769]
1769
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Narrative of the life, last dying speech & confession of John Young, condemned to be executed this day, for the murder of Robert Barwick, one of the deputy sheriffs
Young, John, 1757-1797
[New York : s.n., 1797]
1797
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A Short account of the life and character of John Campbell, now under sentence of death, for robbery, and to be executed this 29th of December, 1769. ...

[New York : s.n., 1769]
1769
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