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  1. Nathaniel Jackson, 1st July 1722.
    Trials: t17220704-24
    Name, Date of Document and Offence: Nathaniel Jackson, 1742.
    Document Type and Location: compilation volume, British Library, 06496.a.25.
    Description: Select trials at the Sessions-House in the Old Bailey,.. .. To which are added, genuine accounts of the lives, behaviour, confessions, and dying speeches of the most eminent convicts, vol 1

  2. Nathaniel Jackson, 4th July 1722.
    Trials: t17220704-24
    Name, Date of Document and Offence: Nathaniel Jackson, 1742.
    Document Type and Location: compilation volume, British Library, 06496.a.25.
    Description: Select trials at the Sessions-House in the Old Bailey,.. .. To which are added, genuine accounts of the lives, behaviour, confessions, and dying speeches of the most eminent convicts, vol 1

  3. Nathaniel Jackson, 4th July 1722.
    Trials: t17220704-24
    Name, Date of Document and Offence: Nathaniel Jackson, [1768].
    Document Type and Location: microfiche, British Library, 1131.e.2.
    Description: The Tyburn Chronicle: or, villainy display'd in all its branches. Containing an authentic account of all the lives, adventures, tryals, executions, and last dying speeches of the most notorious malefactors.. vol 2

  4. Nathaniel Jackson, 4th July 1722.
    Trials: t17220704-24
    Name, Date of Document and Offence: Nathaniel Jackson, 1735.
    Document Type and Location: compilation volume, British Library, 615.a.20.
    Description: The lives of the most remarkable criminals, who have been condemn'd and executed; .. .. from the year 1720, to the present time: vol 1

  5. Nathaniel Jackson, 4th July 1722.
    Trials: t17220704-24
    Name, Date of Document and Offence: Nathaniel Jackson, [1768].
    Document Type and Location: compilation volume, British Library, 1131.e.2.
    Description: The Tyburn Chronicle: or, villainy display'd in all its branches. containing an authentic account of all the lives, adventures, tryals, executions, and last dying speeches of the most notorious malefactors.. vol 2
    Comments: executed in 1687

  6. Nathaniel Jackson, 4th July 1722.
    Trials: t17220704-24
    Name, Date of Document and Offence: Nathaniel Jackson, n.d..
    Document Type and Location: Ordinary's Account, Bodleian Library, Oxford, B.6.17. Jur (9).
    Description: The Ordinary of Newgate his account of the behaviour, confessions, and last dying words of the malefactors that were executed at Tyburn, on Wednesday the 18th of July, 1722
    Comments: pamphlet in bound volume, 6pp