The History of Suicide in England, 1650–1850, Part I.
By: Robson, Mark.
Contributor(s): Seaver, Paul S | McGuire, Kelly | Merrick, Jeffrey | Lee, Daryl.Material type: TextPublisher: London : Pickering & Chatto Publishers, 2012Edition: 1.Description: 1 online resource (1566 p.).ISBN: 9781781446232.Subject(s): History, 17th Century -- England | Literature, Modern -- England | Suicide -- ethics -- England | Suicide -- history -- EnglandGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The History of Suicide in England, 1650–1850, Part IDDC classification: 900 Online resources: Click here to access online
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The History of Suicide in England, Volume 1; Contents of the Edition; Contents to Volume 1; General Introduction; Introduction; Bibliography; Suicide and the Broadside Ballad; Anon., The Faithful Lovers Downfal; Anon., The Lamenting Ladies Last Farewel to the World; C. H., The Divils Cruelty to Mankind; Anon., A Godly Warning for All Maidens; Anon., The Dying Damsels Doleful Destiny; Anon., Loves Lamentable Tragedy; Anon., The London Damsels Fate by Unjust Tyrany; Anon., A Tragical Story of Lord Thomas and Fair Ellinor; Anon., Loves Downfal; Anon., The Unnatural Mother
Anon., The Damosels TragedyAnon., The Fair Maid Of Dunsmore's Lamentation; Anon., Whitney's Dying Letter to His Mistriss That Betray'd Him; Beard, 'Of Such as Have Murdered Themselves'; Denny, Pelecanicidium, or the Christian Advisor Against Self-Murder; Anon., A Sad Caveat to All Quakers; [Stockton], Counsel to the Afflicted; [Shafte], The Great Law of Nature, or Self-Preservation Examined; Anon., A True Account of the Late Most Doleful, and Lamentable Tragedy of Old Maddam Gwinn; Collinges, Defensative Armour against Four of Sathan's Most Fiery Darts; Editorial Notes to Volume 1
The History of Suicide in England, Volume 2Contents to Volume 2; Short Texts; Wildgoose, The Yovng-Mans Second Warning-Peece; Anon., The Troubled-Spirited Mans Departing; Anon., Sad and Deplorable News from Fleet-Street; Anon., Sad and Lamentable News from Rumford; Anon., The Sad Effects of Cruelty Detected; Anon., Strange and Lamentable News from Dullidg-Wells; Anon., The Sad and Dreadful Relation of a Bloodyand Cruel Murther Committed by Mr. Thomas Low; Anon., An Account of the Most Strange and Barbarous Action; Anon., A Sad and Dreadful Account of the Self-Murther of Robert Long
Anon., Sad and Dreadful News from Dukes-Place Near AldgateAnon., A Full and True Relation of the Murther of Doctor Urthwait; Anon., A Sad and Lamentable Account of the Strangeand Unhappy Misfortune of Mr. John Temple; Philipot, Self-Homicide-Murther; The Earl of Essex''s Suicide; Anon., An Account How the Earl Of Essex KilledHimself in the Tower of London; Embroyan-fancy of anti-Jack Presbyter, A New Poemon the Dreadful Death of the Earl Of Essex; Anon., A True Narrative of the Bloody Murther of the Earl of Essex; Danvers, Murder Will Out
Ferguson, An Enquiry into, And Detection of the Barbarous Murther of the Late Earl of EssexBraddon, Essex's Innocency And Honour Vindicated; Anon., 'Notes on the Death of the Earl of Essex'; John Child; Child, Mr. John Child's Book; Anon., Sad and Lamentable News from Brick-Lane in the Hamlet of Spittle Fields; Plant and Dennis (eds), The Mischief of Persecution Exemplified; Gildon, 'An Account of the Life and Death of the Author',; Willis, The Occasional Paper; [Willis], 'In a Letter to a Friend'; [Willis], 'Concerning Self-Murder'; Whaley, 'Of Murther Particularly Duelling and Self-Murther'
Anon., A Reply to the Hertford Letter
This two-part, eight-volume, reset edition draws together a range of sources from the early modern era through to the industrial age, to show the changes and continuities in responses to the social, political, legal and spiritual problems that self-murder posed.