Kidd William 1701 Fiction : Captain Kidd's cat; being the true and dolorous chronicle of Wm Kidd, gent. & merchant of New York, late captain of the Adventure Galley; of the vicissitudes attending his unfortunate cruise in eastern waters, of his incarceration in Newgate Prison, of his unjust trial and execution, as narrated by his faithful cat, McDermot, who ought to know. Set down and illuminated by Robert Lawson.
Kidnaping -- See Kidnapping Here are entered works on the carrying away of a person, especially a child, by force or fraud, often with a demand for ransom or threat of physical injury. --subdivision Kidnapping under names of individual persons
Kidnapping -- See Also the narrower term Abduction Here are entered works on the kidnapping of women for the purpose of marriage, sexual intercourse, concubinage, or prostitution.