Trial, confession & execution of Wm Mobbs, at Aylesbury, for the murder of Thomas James Newbury. 
- An arrangement of text, with two illustrations: the first of a man hanging on gallows beside a priest, and the other a picture of a young man in jacket, waistcoat and cravat. Twenty-year-old farm labourer William Mobbs murdered farm labourer Thomas James Newbury, aged nine or ten, with a knife, beside a pea-field at Little Linford near Newport Pagnell, on 22 July 1869. Both had been employed as bird-scarers. Other Titles - William Quantity: 1 b&w art print(s). Physical Description: Letterpress on double spread page, 250 x 375 mm.
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- [Collection of ephemera, handbills, fliers, collected by Kenneth Athol Webster. 1800-1920] / [Collection of ephemera, handbills, fliers, relating to trials and executions of murderers in England. 1830-1880]
- 1 b&w art print(s), Ephemera, Letterpress works, Fliers (Printed matter), Letterpress on double spread page, 250 x 375 mm., Orientation: Horizontal image
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