The horrid effects of gambling, exemplified in the atrocious murder of Mr. William Weare, who was first treacherously inveigled to and then cruelly butchered by his associates, in Gill's Lane, Herts : together with The remarkable trial and conviction of John Thurtell and Joseph Hunt, for the murder : including Thurtell's eloquent defence, his demeanor previous to and throughout the trial, and a particular account of his conduct at the place of execution.
|Related Names:||Cruikshank, Robert 1789-1856., Hunt, Joseph 19th cent.|
London : Printed by and for Hodgson & Co., No. 10, Newgate-Street, [1824?]
> 19th cent.
> Trials, litigation, etc.
Thurtell, John, > 1794-1824 > Trials, litigation, etc.
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Gambling > England > London.
Trials (Murder) > England > Hertford.
Chapbooks > England > London > 19th century
Hand-coloured frontispiece probably by Robert Cruikshank.
Title page and frontispiece only.
Frontispiece has imprint: Pub. by Hudgson & Co., Newgate St. Jan. 14, 1824.
"Embellished with a portrait of John Thurtell, and a coloured engraving, descriptive of four of the principal scenes connected with this unparalleled murder."
Trial held at the Court House, Hertford, Jan. 6-7, 1824.
"Trial of Thurtell and Hunt": p. 11-36.
36 p.,  folded leaf of plates :
col. ill., port. ;
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