Smuggling & Smugglers in Sussex - online book

An Account of a notorious Smuggling gang in the early 18th Century

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THE GENUINE HISTORY
OF THE INHUMAN AND
UNPARALLELED MURDERS
or
Mr. WILLIAM GALLEY,
A CUSTOM-HOUSE OFFICER, AND
Mr. DANIEL CHATER,
A SHOEMAKER,
BY FOURTEEN NOTORIOUS SMUGGLERS,
WITH THE
TRIALS AND EXECUTION OF
SEVEN OF THE CRIMINALS AT CHICHESTER,
1748-9.
Illustrated with Seven Plates, Descriptive of the Barbarous Cruellies.
ALSO THE
Trials of John Mills and Henry Sheerman ; with an account of the wicked lives of the said Henry Sheerman, Lawrence and Thomas Kemp, Robert Fuller and Jockey Brown ; and the Trials at large of Thomas Kingsmill and other Smugglers for Breaking open the Custom House at Poole ; with the Sermon preached in the Cathedral Church of Chichester, at a Special Assize held there, by Bp. Ashburnham ; also an Article on " Smuggling in Sussex," by William Durrant Cooper, Esq., F.S.A. (Reprinted from Vol. X. of the "Sussex Archaeological Collections"), and other Papers.
\Y. J. SMITH, 41-43 NORTH STREET, BRIGHTON.
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