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  1. Sarah Malcolm, 1st February 1733.
    Trials: t17330221-52
    Name, Date of Document and Offence: Sarah Malcolm, 1733.
    Document Type and Location: pamphlet, British Library, 518.f.71.
    Description: A true copy of the paper, delivered the night before her execution by Sarah malcolm to the Rev. Mr Piddington.. .. March 6th, 1732-3

  2. Sarah Malcolm, 1st February 1733.
    Trials: t17330221-52
    Name, Date of Document and Offence: Sarah Malcolm, 1764.
    Document Type and Location: compilation volume, British Library, 229.a.23.
    Description: The bloody register. A select and judicious collection of the most remarkable trials.. .. From the year 1700, to the year 1764 inclusive, vol 3

  3. Sarah Malcolm, 1st February 1733.
    Trials: t17330221-52
    Name, Date of Document and Offence: Sarah Malcolm, 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 4

  4. Sarah Malcolm, 21st February 1733.
    Trials: t17330221-52
    Name, Date of Document and Offence: Sarah Malcolm, [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

  5. Sarah Malcolm, 21st February 1733.
    Trials: t17330221-52
    Name, Date of Document and Offence: Sarah Malcolm, 1732[/3].
    Document Type and Location: pamphlet in bound volume, Bodleian Library, Oxford, L.Eng.B64 d.44.
    Description: A true copy of the paper, delivered the night before her execution by Sarah Malcolm to the Rev. Mr. Piddington, lecturer of St Bartholemew the Great. March 6th, 1732-3

  6. Sarah Malcolm, 21st February 1733.
    Trials: t17330221-52
    Name, Date of Document and Offence: Sarah Malcolm, 1732[/3].
    Document Type and Location: pamphlet in bound volume, Bodleian Library, Oxford, L.Eng.B64 d.44.
    Description: A true copy of the paper, delivered the night before her execution by Sarah Malcolm to the Rev. Mr. Piddington, lecturer of St Bartholemew the Great. March 6th, 1732-3

  7. Sarah Malcolm, 21st February 1733.
    Trials: t17330221-52
    Name, Date of Document and Offence: Sarah Malcolm, 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 4

  8. Sarah Malcolm, 21st February 1733.
    Trials: t17330221-52
    Name, Date of Document and Offence: Sarah Malcolm, [1768].
    Document Type and Location: broadside, 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

  9. Sarah Malcolm, 21st February 1733.
    Trials: t17330221-52
    Name, Date of Document and Offence: Sarah Malcolm, 1764.
    Document Type and Location: compilation volume, British Library, 229.a.23.
    Description: The bloody register. A select and judicious collection of the most remarkable trials.. .. from the year 1700, to the year 1764 inclusive, vol 3

  10. Sarah Malcolm, 21st February 1733.
    Trials: t17330221-52
    Name, Date of Document and Offence: Sarah Malcolm, 1732[/3].
    Document Type and Location: pamphlet, Bodleian Library, Oxford, L.Eng.B64 d.44.
    Description: A true copy of the paper, delivered the night before her execution by Sarah Malcolm to the Rev. Mr. Piddington, lecturer of St Bartholemew the Great. March 6th, 1732-3