The proceedings at the assizes of the peace

Publication Date1759
Remainderoyer and terminer, and general gaol-delivery for the county of Surry, Held at Guildford, On Thursday, the 9th, Friday, the 10th, and Saturday, the 11th Days of August, 1759; In the Thirty-Third Year of His Majesty's Reign. In which is contained, The Trial at large of Robert Saxby, aged 72, for the Murder of Ann Saxby, his Brother's Wife, aged 83. Also, The Remarkable Trial, Life, and Transactions of Thomas Ansell, commonly called Surry Tom, A most notorious Smuggler, (from his Birth to his Exit) Who was convicted at the Assizes at Lewes, in the County of Sussex, on Tuesday the 7th of August, 1759, for the Murder of Thomas Cole, a Dragoon, (being then in Company with a Gang of Smugglers) near Elmer Sluice, and Slendon-Common, in the said County; for which Murder he was executed at Horsham, on Thursday the 9th of August, 1759. Taken from the Mouths of the two Murderers by the P. rsons who attended them during their Consinement
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