"Villainy Detected!" Crime and Consequences in Britain and America in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
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Page 3[Title Page]; Illustration: Wither'd Murder, (Alarmed by his sentinel the Wolf, Whose howl's his watch,) thus with his steady pace, With Tarquin's ravishing strides, towards his design, Moves like a Ghost. --Shakespeare
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Page 5Preface.
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Page 7Contents.
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Page 9William Schooler.
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Page 11William Franklin.
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Page 14The Salem Witchcraft.
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Page 21Illustration: Execution of Rev. George Burroughs.
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Page 28Illustration: Kidd shooting the Indian.
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Page 39Capt. Samuel Bellamy.
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Page 45William Fly.
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Page 46 PlateIllustration: Fly and Winthrop killing the Mate.
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Page 51Jason Fairbanks.
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Page 62Samuel Green.
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Page 76Charles Marchant, alias John Duncan White; And Sylvester Colson, alias Winslow Curtis.
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Page 85Daniel Davis Farmer.
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Page 89Henry Phillips.
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Page 90 PlateIllustration: Murder of Denegri.
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Page 92John Williams.
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Page 99Francis Frederick,
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Page 101Peter Peterson, alias Miles Peterson, otherwise Miles Peterson Fogelgren
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Page 114Michael Martin.
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Page 148Stephen Merril Clark.
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Page 154Samuel Tully
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Page 157Illustration: Tully and Dalton murdering Geo. Cummings.
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Page 177Alpheus Livermore and Samuel Angier: Executed for the Murder of Nicholas Crevay, an Indian
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Page 180Moses Adams, High Sheriff of the County of Hancock.
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Page 182 PlateIllustration: Murder of Mrs. Adams.
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Page 185James Teed and David Dunning.
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Page 198George Coombs.
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Page 200William Bevans.
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Page 202Stephen and Jesse Boorn.
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Page 213Amos Furnald.
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Page 214 plateIllustration: Murder of Alfred Furnald.
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Page 218Elijah P. Goodrich, Commonly Called Major Goodrich.
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Page 226Daniel H. Corey.
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Page 229Charles F. Clark.
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Page 233Mutiny on Board the Ship Globe.
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Page 252John Francis Knapp and Joseph Jenkins Knapp.
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Page 267Edward Tinker.
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Page 284Jeroboam O. Beauchamp.
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Page 310Charles Gibbs, otherwise James D. Jeffers, and Thomas I. Wansley
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Page 320 PlateIllustration: Mutineers of Brig Vinyard burying the Money.
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Page 329Jesse Strang.
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Page 355Seth Hudson and Joshua Howe. Communicated, by Joshua Coffin, Esq
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