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Published & Secondary Works
Andrew, D.T. (Ed.), London Debating Societies 1776-1799, Chippenham, London Records Society, 1994.
Aspinall, A., Politics and the Press c.1780-1850, London, Home & Van Thal, 1949.
Aspinall, A. (Ed.), The Later Correspondence of George III, 5 vols, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1962-1970.
Barker, H., Chalus, E. (Eds.), Gender in Eighteenth-Century England: Roles, Representations and Responsibilities, London, Longman, 1997.
Barker-Benfield, G.J., The Culture of Sensibility: Sex and Society in Eighteenth-Century Britain, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1992.
Beattie, J.M., Crime and the Courts in England 1660-1800, Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1986.
Beattie, J.M., Policing and Punishment in London 1660-1750: Urban Crime and the Limits of Terror, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2001.
Bellamy, J., The Tudor Law of Treason: An Introduction, London, Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1979.
Blackstone, W., Commentaries on the Laws of England (9th edn, 1783), Ed. Morrison, W., 4 vols, London, Cavendish, 2001.
Burke, P., Popular Culture in Early Modern Europe, London, Maurice Temple Smith, 1978.
Campbell, R., Sentence of Death by Burning for Women, Journal of Legal History, 1984, V, pp. 44-59.
Cockburn, J.S., Patterns of Violence in English Society: Homicide in Kent, 1560-1985, Past & Present, February 1991, CXXX, pp. 99-100.
The Confession and Execution... of the several Prisoners that suffered at Tyburn on Wednesday the 17th of April..., London, 1678.
Davidoff, L., Hall, C., Family Fortunes: Men and Women of the English Middle Class 1780-1850, London, Hutchinson, 1987.
Devereaux, S., The Making of the Penitentiary Act, 1775-1779, The Historical Journal, 1999, XLII, pp. 405-433.
Devereaux, S., Criminal Justice and English Governance 1750-1810: Convicts and the State, Basingstoke, Palgrave, forthcoming 2006.
Devereaux, S., «Recasting the Theatre of Execution in London: The Abolition of Tyburn» (forthcoming).
Elias, N., The Civilizing Process (revised edn), Trans. Jephcott, E., Eds. Dunning, E., Goudsblom, J., Mennell, S., Oxford, Blackwell, 2000.
Exwood, M., Lehmann, H.L. (Eds.), The Journal of William Schellinks’ Travels in England 1661-1663 (Camden Society, 5th Series, I); London, Royal Historical Society, 1993.
Foucault, M., Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison, Trans. Sheridan, A., London, Allen Lane, 1977.
Gaskill, M., Crimes and Mentalities in Early Modern England, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2000.
Gatrell, V.A.C., Crime, Authority and the Policeman-State, in Thompson, F.M.L. (Ed.), The Cambridge Social History of Britain 1750-1950 – Volume Three: Social Agencies and Institutions, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1990, pp. 243-310.
Gatrell, V.A.C., The Hanging Tree: Execution and the English People 1770-1868, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1994.
Gavigan, S.A.M., Petit Treason in Eighteenth Century England: Women’s Inequality Before the Law, Canadian Journal of Women and the Law, 1989-90, III, pp. 335-374.
The Groans of Newgate, Sorrowful Lamentation, and Last Farewell to the World, of the Unfortunate Malefactors, Who are to be Executed on Wednesday next, upon a Scaffold erected at the Debtors Door, Newgate. Also, the sorrowful Lamentation of Phoebe Harris, who is on the same Day to be burnt at a Stake for Coining [London, 1786], (Guildhall Library, B’side 22.115).
Hale, M., Pleas of the Crown: or, A Methodical Summary of the Principal Matters relating to that Subject, London, 1678.
Hall, C., The Early Formation of Victorian Domestic Ideology, in Burman, S. (Ed.), Fit Work for Women, London, Croom Helm, 1979, pp. 15-32.
Harris, T., Problematising Popular Culture, in Harris, T. (Ed.), Popular Culture in England c. 1500-1850, Basingstoke, Macmillan, 1995, pp. 1-27.
Harvey, A.D., Burning Women at the Stake in Eighteenth-Century England, Criminal Justice History, 1990, XI, pp. 193-195.
Heath, J., Eighteenth Century Penal Theory, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1963.
Historical Manuscripts Commission [H.M.C.], [Series 30] Manuscripts of J.B. Fortescue Preserved at Dropmore, 10 vols, London, HMSO, 1892-1927.
Ignatieff, M., A Just Measure of Pain: The Penitentiary in the Industrial Revolution 1750-1850, New York, Pantheon Books, 1978.
Kent, S.K., Gender and Power in Britain 1640-1990, London, Routledge, 1999.
Kerr, R.J and Duncan, I.C. (Eds.), The Portledge Papers,... from December 10th 1687 - August 7th 1697, London, Jonathan Cape, 1928.
Langford, P., A Polite and Commercial People: England 1727-1783, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1989.
Laqueur, T.W., Crowds, Carnival and the State in English Executions 1604-1868, in Beier, A.L. et al. (Eds.), The First Modern Society: Essays in English History in Honour of Lawrence Stone, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1989, pp. 305-355.
The Last Dying Speeches, Confession, and Execution of John Stokes, Isaac Davis, and Mary Williamson,..., London, 1684.
The Last Speech, Confession & Prayer of Joyce Ebbs... As also,... her heavie groans and shrieks in the fire, and the providing of half a sheet spread over with pitch, to shorten the time of her miserable torment, London, 1662.
The Laws Respecting Women, as They Regard their Natural Rights, or Their Connections and Conduct, London, 1777; Reprint Edn, Dobbs Ferry, NY, Oceana, 1974.
Lieberman, D., The Province of Legislation Determined: Legal Theory in Eighteenth-Century Britain, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1989.
Linebaugh, P., The London Hanged: Crime and Civil Society in the Eighteenth Century, Harmondsworth, Allen Lane/The Penguin Press, 1991.
The Life and Death of Christian Bowman, alias Murphy; Who was burnt at a Stake, in the Old Bailey, on Wednesday the 18th of March 1789, for High Treason, in feloniously and traitorously counterfeiting the Coin of the Realm. Containing her Birth and Parentage, youthful Adventures, Love Amours, fatal Marriage, unhappy Connections, and untimely Death [London,1789], (British Library, 1077.g.36(28)).
Luttrell, N., A Brief Historical Relation of State Affairs from September 1678 to April 1714, 6 vols, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1857.
McGowen, R., A Powerful Sympathy: Terror, the Prison, and Humanitarian Reform in Early Nineteenth-Century Britain, Journal of British Studies, 1986, XXV, pp. 312-334.
McGowen, R., The Body and Punishment in Eighteenth-Century England, Journal of Modern History, 1987, LIX pp. 651-679.
McGowen, R., The Changing Face of God’s Justice: The Debate over Divine and Human Punishment in Eighteenth-Century England, Criminal Justice History, 1988, IX, pp. 63-98.
McGowen, R., Revisiting The Hanging Tree: Gatrell on Emotion and History, British Journal of Criminology, 2000, XL, pp. 1-13.
McKenzie, A., Martyrs in Low Life? Dying ‘Game’ in Augustian England, Journal of British Studies, 2003, XLII, pp. 167-204.
McKenzie, A., Tyburn’s Martyrs: Execution in England 1670-1770, London, Hambledon, forthcoming 2006.
Mather, I., The Wonders of Free Grace (1691).
Mendelson, S., Crawford, P., Women in Early Modern England 1550-1720, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1998.
Namier, L., Brooke, J. (Eds.), The History of Parliament: The House of Commons 1754-1790, 3 vols, London, Secker & Warburg, 1964.
Ogburn, M., Spaces of Modernity: London’s Geographies 1680-1780, New York, The Guilford Press, 1998.
The Parliamentary History of England, from the Earliest Period to the Year 1803, Ed. Cobbett, W., 36 vols, London, 1806-1820.
The Parliamentary Register; or, History of the Proceedings and Debates of the House of Commons and the House of Lords, Ed. Debrett, J., 45 vols, London, 1780-1796.
Price, R., British Society 1680-1880: Dynamism, Containment and Change, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1999.
Radzinowicz, L., A History of English Criminal Law and Its Administration from 1750 – Volume One: The Movement for Reform, London, Stevens & Sons, 1948.
Reed, M., The Transformation or Urban Space 1700-1840, in Clark, P. (Ed.), The Cambridge Urban History of Britain – Volume Two: 1540-1840, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2000, pp. 615-640.
Richardson, R., Death, Dissection and the Destitute (second edn), London, Phoenix Press, 2001.
Shoemaker, R.B., Gender in English Society 1650-1850: The Emergence of Separate Spheres?, London, Longman, 1998.
Shoemaker, R.B, Streets of Shame: The Crowd and Public Punishments in London, 1700-1820, in Devereaux, S., Griffiths, P. (Eds.), Essays in Penal Politics and Culture 1500-1900: Punishing the English, Basingstoke, Palgrave, 2004, pp. 232-257.
Smith, G.T., The State and the Culture of Violence in London 1760-1840, PhD thesis, University of Toronto, 1999.
Spierenburg, P., The Spectacle of Suffering: Executions and the Evolution of Repression: From a Preindustrial Metropolis to the European Experience, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1984.
Spierenburg, P., The Body and the State: Early Modern Europe, in Morris, N., Rothman, D.J. (Eds.), The Oxford History of the Prison: The Practice of Punishment in Western Society, New York, Oxford University Press, 1995, pp. 49-77.
Spierenburg, P., Four Centuries of Prison History: Punishment, Suffering, the Body, and Power, in Finzsch, N., Jütte, R. (Eds.), Institutions of Confinement: Hospitals, Asylums, and Prisons in Western Europe and North America 1500-1950, New York, German Historical Institute/Cambridge University Press, 1996, pp. 17-35.
Styles, J., ‘Our Traiterous Money Makers’: The Yorkshire Coiners and the Law 1760-83, in Brewer, J., Styles, J. (Eds.), An Ungovernable People: The English and their Law in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, London, Hutchinson, 1980, pp. 172-249.
A True Narrative of the Confession and Execution... at Tyburn On Wednesday the 5th of this Instant February..., London, 1684.
The True Narrative of the Confession and Execution of Elizabeth Hare..., London, 1683.
The True and Remarkable Lives and Adventures of David Clarey, under Sentence of Death in Newgate, for Setting Fire to his House. And Catherine Heyland, condemned to be burnt at a Stake, for Coining [London, 1790] (Cambridge University Library, 2708 50.d.3).
Vickery, A., Golden Age to Separate Spheres? A Review of the Chronology of English Women’s History, The Historical Journal, 1993, XXXVI, pp. 383-414.
A Warning for Bad Wives: or, The Manner of the Burning of Sarah Elston, London, 1678.
The Whole Proceedings on the King’s Commission of the Peace, Oyer and Terminer, and Gaol-Delivery for the City of London; and also the Gaol-Delivery for the County of Middlesex; Held at Justice-Hall in the Old Bailey... [OBSP].
Wilf, S., Imagining Justice: Aesthetics and Public Executions in Late Eighteenth-Century England, Yale Journal of Law and the Humanities, 1993, V, pp. 51-78.