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Executions and executioners -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia
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An Account of the robberies committed by John Morrison, and his accomplices, in and near Philadelphia, 1750. Together with the manner of their being discover'd, their behaviour on their tryals, in the prison after sentence, and at the place of execution

Philadelphia, : Printed [by Anthony Armbruster?], in the year 1750-1
1750-
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The confession of Joseph Baker, a Canadian by birth, who, for murder & piracy committed on the high seas, on board the schooner Eliza, Captain Wm. Wheland, in a voyage from Philadelphia bound to St. Thomas, was tried on the 25th of April, 1800, before the Hon. Samuel Chase and Richard Peters, judges of the District Court of the United States, for the District of Pennsylvania, and now under sentence of death, in the solitary cells of the penitentiary house of the city and county of Philadelphia
Baker, Joseph, 1779-1800?
[Philadelphia] : Printed by Richard Folwell, no. 63, North Front-Street. (Copy-right secured according to law.), [1800]
1800
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The Last words and dying confession of the three pirates, who were executed this day, (May 9th, 1800.)

[Philadelphia] : From Folwell's press, no. 63, North Front-Street, Philadelphia. (Copy-right secured according to law.), [1800]
1800
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The life and confession of Charles O'Donnel, who was executed at Morgantown, June 19, 1797, for the wilful murder of his son: though he had murdered a woman about 27 years before that time, which was not discovered, till he made this confession.
O'Donnel, Charles, d. 1797
Lancaster [Pa.], : Printed and sold by W. & R. Dickson, in Queenstreet, north of the courthouse,, 1798
1798
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Philadelphia, May 20th, 1800. Sir, You are hereby summoned to attend at the Philadelphia gaol, on Thursday next, at five o'clock in the morning, as one of the posse comitatus ..
Hall, John
[Philadelphia : s.n., 1800]
1800
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Some account of John Burns, John Logan, John Ferguson, John Bennet, and Daniel Cronan, who were executed upon the commons in the city of Philadelphia, on Monday the 12th of October, 1789, for the murder and robbery of John M'Farland

[Philadelphia : s.n., 1789]
1789
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