Includes a letter from R. M. Young, of Young & Mackenzie to Mr Ewart, dated 2nd April 1894, about the book.
|Contributions||Smith, MadelineH., L"Angelier, Pierre Emile., Ewart, Lavens Mathewson, 1845-1898, own, Young, Robert M., Frederick Ferrar (Belfast: Printers),, Young & Mackenzie (Belfast: Architects and Civil Engineers)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||124|
Edward William Pritchard (6 December – 28 July ) was an English doctor who was convicted of murdering his wife and mother-in-law by poisoning them. He was also suspected of murdering a servant girl, but was never tried for this crime. He was the last person to be publicly executed in Glasgow. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. (This seems to have been a case of gradual poisoning.) In time, he died, whereupon his family cried foul. At the resulting trial, the raven-haired Marie at first excited great : Joan Acocella. Charles Delauney Bravo (30 November – 21 April ) was a British lawyer who was fatally poisoned with antimony in The case is still sensational, notorious and unresolved. The case is also known as The Charles Bravo Murder and the Murder at the Priory.. It was an unsolved crime committed within an elite Victorian household at The Priory, a landmark house in Balham, London.
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An elderly woman died yesterday and two other people are seriously ill from E-coli poisoning in cases linked to eating cold meat. NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde said early today that four other. Some of the more sensational cases the journal covered under the “Remarkable Trials” section were the trial of Dr. Edward Pritchard, the last person to be publicly executed in Glasgow, for the poisoning of his wife and mother-in-law; and the notorious case of the Sandyford murders in These cases are serialised over several issues of the journal. It's safe to say that there aren't nearly as many female criminals as there are men. The ones who were caught, however, are well documented here in Lucy Williams's and Barry Godfrey's Criminal Women, Instead of presenting their lives as case studies, Williams and Godfrey dive into the details of thirty women and their crimes and punishments. Scottish SPCA received more than 54 dog poisoning cases in the last year (Image: Scottish SPCA) Read More Related Articles. Dog biscuits laced with nails found in Glasgow .