The Newgate calendar; or, malefactors bloody register. Containing genuine and circumstantial narratives of the lives and transactions, various exploits and dying speeches of the most notorious criminals of both sexes, who suffered death, … in Great Britain and Ireland, from the year 1700, to the present time, vol. 2
London : For J. Cooke, [1774?]
Jonathan Wild – the “Thief-Taker General” – being pelted by the crowd on the way to his execution, as recorded in The Newgate calendar, a monthly publication known also as The malefactors’ bloody register.