A full and genuine history of the inhuman and unparrallell'd murders of Mr. William Galley, a Custom-House Officer at the Port of Southampton: and Mr. Daniel Chater, a Shoemaker, at Fordingbridge in Hampshire. By fourteen notorious smugglers. With the trials of seven of the Bloody Criminals at Chichester, by virtue of a Special Commission, on the 16th, 17th, and 18th of January, 1748-9, before Mr. Justice Foster, Mr. Baron Clive, and Mr. Justice Birch: And a particular Account of their Behaviour at their Trials; as also while under Confinement at Chichester, both before, at, and after Sentence of Death was passed upon them: Together with their Lives, Confessions, Behaviour, and last Dying Words at the Place of Execution, on Thursday January 19, the Day after they received Sentence of Death. To which is annexed, The Trials of John Mills, alias Smoaker, and Henry Sheerman, alias Little Harry; With an Account of the wicked Lives of the said John Mills, Henry Sheerman, Lawrence and Thomas Kemp, two Brothers, Robert Fuller, and Jocky Brown, condemn'd at the said Assizes at East-Grinsted: Together with an Account of Thomas Potter, William Priggs, James Bartlet, and Stephen Diprose, all notorious Smugglers; (the four last condemned at Rochester, for the County of Kent) with the several Murders and Robberies committed by these wicked Wretches. Also to the whole is added, The Trials at large of Thomas Kingsmill, alias Staymaker, Richard Fairall, alias Shepherd; Richard Perrin, Richard Glover, and John Lille-White, all Smugglers, for breaking open the King's Custom-House at Poole in Dorsetshire, and stealing thereout Tea to the Value of 500 l. and upwards: With the wicked Lives and Dying Speeches of the three first named, who were executed at Tyburn, Wednesday April 26, 1749

Publication Date1749
Publisherprinted and sold by R. Walker. in the Little Old Bailey

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