Mary Blandy

Blandy in 1751/52 Mary Blandy (1720 – 6 April 1752) was an eighteenth century English murderer. In 1751, she poisoned her father, Francis Blandy, with arsenic. She claimed that she thought the arsenic was a love potion that would make her father approve of her relationship with William Henry Cranstoun, an army officer and son of a Scottish nobleman. Provided by Wikipedia
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    The case of Miss Blandy by Blandy, Mary, 1720-1752

    Published 1752
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    Some distinguished victims of the Scaffold by Bleackley, Horace, 1868-1931

    Published 1905
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    The Mayfair calendar some society causes cľ̈bres / by Wyndham, Horace, 1875-

    Published 1925
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    Trial of Mary Blandy

    Published 1914
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    Trial of Mary Blandy

    Published 1914
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    A Complete collection of state-trials and proceedings for high treason and other crimes and misdemeanours

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