Catherine Wilson

Catherine Wilson (c. 1822 – 20 October 1862) was a British murderer who was hanged for one murder, but was generally thought at the time to have committed six others. She worked as a nurse and poisoned her victims after encouraging them to leave their money to her in their wills. She was described privately by the sentencing judge as "the greatest criminal that ever lived". Provided by Wikipedia
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    Telling a different story : teaching and literacy in an urban preschool / by Wilson, Catherine S.

    Published 2000
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    Rags to riches by Wilson, Catherine

    Published 2009
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    Moral animals : ideals and constraints in moral theory / by Wilson, Catherine, 1951-

    Published 2004
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    Epicureanism at the origins of modernity / by Wilson, Catherine, 1951-

    Published 2008
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    Leibniz's metaphysics : a historical and comparative study / by Wilson, Catherine, 1951-

    Published 1989
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    The invisible world : early modern philosophy and the invention of the microscope / by Wilson, Catherine, 1951-

    Published 1995
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    Epicureanism : a very short introduction / by Wilson, Catherine, 1951-

    Published 2015
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    Metaethics from a first person standpoint : an introduction to moral philosophy / by Wilson, Catherine, 1951-

    Published 2016
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    Descartes's Meditations : an introduction / by Wilson, Catherine, 1951-

    Published 2003
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    Leibniz /

    Published 2018
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    Civilization and oppression /

    Published 1999
    Other Authors: “…Wilson, Catherine, 1951-…”
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