The life of Thomas Munn, alias, the Gentleman Brick-Maker, alias, Tom The Smuggler, who was executed with John Hall, alias Rich, on Friday the 6th of April, 1750, at Chelmsford, and hung in Chains near Rumford Gallows, for robbing the Yarmouth Mall on the 20th of July last. Containing, A full Account of his Behaviour during a great Number of Years, as a notorious Smoggler, Gamester, &c. Together with the many Pranks he play'd at Canterbury, Cranbrook, and other Parts of Kent; at Horsham, and other Parts of Sussex: Likewise at Salisbury, Bridgwater, Bristol, Portsmouth, Southampton, Yarmouth, Woodbridge, Ipswich, Colchester, and other Parts in England; also his Expedition to France, &c. Publish'd from the copy all wrote with his own hand, and deliver'd by him the Morning of his Execution to Mr. Thomas Venden, Turnkey of His Majesty's Gaol at Chelmsford in Essex, with a particular Desire it might be printed. To which is added, a short account of the life of John Hall, his accomplice, and the Manner of their being taken: Likewise their Behaviour at the Place of Execution.
- Munn, Thomas, 1705-1750.
- M.DCC.L. 
The plans, elevations and sections, of Holkham in Norfolk, the seat of the late Earl of Leicester. To which are added, the cielings and chimney-pieces; and also a descriptive account of the statutes, pictures, and drawings; not in the former edition. By Matthew Brettingham, Architect.
- Brettingham, Matthew, 1699-1769.
- MDCCLXXIII.