English Crime and Execution Broadsides

Last farewell to the world of John Cashman, for burglary, who is ordered for execution on Wednesday next, opposite Mr. Beckwith's house, on Snow Hill: Andrew Barton and James Frampton, for highway robbery, who will be executed on Friday in the Old Bailey

Creator/Contributor:
Barton, Andrew, -1817
Cashman, John, -1817
Frampton, James, -1817
Pigott, George, active 1803-1830, printer.
Great Britain, Central Criminal Court.
Creation Date:
[1817]
1817
Place Of Origin:
England
[London]
Publisher:
Pigott, printer, Old Street, London
Extent:
1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 36.5 x 24.5 cm.
Language:
English
Genre:
biography
Broadsides-England-19th cent.
Poetry
Digital Format:
Books and documents
Subjects:
Barton, Andrew
Barton, Andrew--Poetry
Cashman, John
Cashman, John--Poetry
Frampton, James
Frampton, James--Poetry
Harley, William
Riots--England--London
Trials (Assault and battery)--England--London
Trials (Burglary)--England--London
Trials (Robbery)--England--London
Warnings--Poetry
Notes:
Date of imprint from Old Bailey Proceedings Online (www.oldbaileyonline.org, January 4, 2008), January 1817, trial of Andrew Barton and James Frampton (t18170115-66)
Accounts of the testimony in the two trials, with one column of verse.
Cashman, along with others not mentioned in this account, had been convicted of a burglary during which he stole guns and pistols, then joined a mob in a riot. Barton and Frampton were convicted of an assault and robbery of William Harley.
Verses begin : Come listen to a mournful tale.
Printer George Pigott was active at this address between 1803 and 1830 --William B. Todd. A Directory of printers and others in allied trades, London and vicinity 1800-1840.
Repository:
Harvard Law School Library, Harvard University
Record ID:
990081088320203941
HOLLIS Record:
https://id.lib.harvard.edu/alma/990081088320203941/catalog