(1825). 7 x 4-1/2 in. image in cream matte. Engraved by R. Cooper and taken from the Newgate Calendar, vol. 2, 1825. Brownrigg was a midwife who was also accused as an abortionist and of being willing to dispose of unwanted babies. She was convicted of murdering two young apprentices. She was executed.
Indianapolis IN: Bobbs-Merrill, (1962). First Edition. 8vo, pp. 270. Index. Paper over boards. Edges slightly soiled, cover little soiled and scuffed, o/w a VG tight copy, Account of the murder of White, one of New York's premier architects, by millionaire Harry K. Thaw, over Evelyn Nesbit, a coctail waitress.
Topsfield, MA: The Wayside Press, 1926. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 162 Black and white illustrations in text. A fine copy in nicked and worn dj. "Captain Lightfoot, whose real name was Michael Martin, is believevd to have been the last person in Massachusetts to be hanged for highway robbery. Shortly...