Mary (Molly) Blandy, before her execution for poisoning her father. Etching, 1752.
- Feb. 3, 1752
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Standing, wearing leg-iron. Mary Blandy killed her father with small doses of arsenic. She was convicted with the aid of evidence from his physician, Anthony Addington, and was hanged at Oxford on 6 April 1752 (Dictionary of national biography)
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