A full and genuine history of the inhuman and unparallell'd murders of Mr. William Galley, a custom-house officer at the Port of Southampton: and Mr. Daniel Chater, a shoemaker, at Fordingbridge in Hampshire: By fourteen notorious smugglers. With the trials of the seven bloody criminals at Chichester, by virtue of a Special Commission, on the 16th, 17th, and 18th of January, 1748-9, before Mr. Justice Foster, Mr. Baron Clive, and Mr. Justice Birch. Also the trials of John Mills, alias Smoaker, and Henry Sheerman, alias Little Harry: With an Account of the wicked Lives of the said Henry Sheerman, Lawrence and Thomas Kemp, two Brothers, Robert Fuller, and Jockey Brown, condemned at the said Assizes at East Grinstead. With the trials at large of Thomas Kingsmill, alias Stay-Maker, and other Smugglers, for breaking open the King's Custom-House, at Poole, in Dorsetshire. To the whole is added, a sermon preached in the cathedral church of Chichester, at a special assize held there January 16, 1748-9, before the Honorable Mr. Justice Foster, &c. Written by a gentleman at Chichester.
- Gentleman at Chichester.
- M,DCC,LXXIX.