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Editions of Select Trials at the Sessions House in the Old Bailey, which offered trial transcripts made in court by reporters who paid a fee for the right (Howson 1970: 325) but also included narrative “accounts” of the criminals’ careers, appeared in 1730, 1734–5, and 1742, and were much excerpted and plagiarized, as for instance in Annals of Newgate (1776). 1 Although the eponymous hero of Paul Clifford is not based upon a specific criminal recorded in this journalism, his exploits closely parallel those of several felons made famous by it (Hollingsworth 1963: 68).
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