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Affaire Elizabeth Canning (affaire judiciaire du XVIIIe siècle)
Canning, Elisabeth
Canning, Elizabeth
Elizabeth Canning (English maidservant who claimed to have been kidnapped)
Treat, Elizabeth Canning
Елізабет Каннінг
Элизабет Каннинг
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Dodd, James Solas (1721-1805)
Gascoyne, Crisp Sir, 1700-1761
Great Britain. Court of Oyer and Terminer and Gaol Delivery (London and Middlesex)
Gurney, Thomas (1705-1770)
Hill, John (1714?-1775)
Lover of truth
Squires, Mary (d. 1762.)
Thomas Jefferson Library Collection (Library of Congress)
Wells, Susanna (d. 1763.)
Canning enigma, 1989:, The
case of Elizabeth Canning fairly stated, The : containing, an impartial account of every thing that has happen'd, or been transacted in this strange affair, from her being seized in Moorfields, to the present time ... With pertinent remarks on the several passages as they occur in the narrative.
Histoire d'Elisabeth Canning, et de Jean Calas, 1762:
life and actions of that notorious old bawd Susannah Wells, and Mary Squires, (an old travelling gipsey), The : who were both convicted at Justice-Hall in the Old-Baily, on Thursday the 22d of February, 1753, for a felony and robbery on Elizabeth Canning, who was confin'd in the house of the said Wells, and almost starv'd, having nothing to support her for twenty-nine days, but mouldy crusts and stinking water.
physical account of the case of Elizabeth Canning, A : with an enquiry into the probability of her subsisting in the manner therein asserted, and her ability for escape after her suppos'd ill usage
Some account of the case between Elizabeth Canning, and Mary Squires : as it now stands upon the foot of the evidence given on both sides, upon the late trial at the Old-Bailey.
Trial of Elizabeth Canning, spinster
unfortunate maid exemplified, in the story of Elizabeth Canning vindicated from every mean aspersion thrown upon it, The : to which is added, a full answer to a certain pamphlet intitled Miss Canning and the gipsy : together with reflections on the conduct of Sir Crisp Gascoyne, recommended to Canning's friends in particular, and to the publick in general : the whole concluding with a dissertation on the dreadful end of a perjur'd sinner