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A cruell murther committed lately upon the body of Abraham Gearsy : who liv'd in the Parish of Westmill, in the County of Harford ; by one Robert Reeve, and Richard Reeve, both of the same Parish: for which fact Robert was prest to death, on Munday the 16. of March, and the Tuesday following Richard was hang'd ; and after both of them were hang'd up in chaines, where now they doe remaine, to the affrightment of all beholders. 1635. To the tune of Fortune my Foe. Preview this item
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A cruell murther committed lately upon the body of Abraham Gearsy : who liv'd in the Parish of Westmill, in the County of Harford ; by one Robert Reeve, and Richard Reeve, both of the same Parish: for which fact Robert was prest to death, on Munday the 16. of March, and the Tuesday following Richard was hang'd ; and after both of them were hang'd up in chaines, where now they doe remaine, to the affrightment of all beholders. 1635. To the tune of Fortune my Foe.

Author: Richard Crimsal
Publisher: Printed at London : For Iohn Wyright Iunior, dwelling at the upper end of the Old Baily, [1635?]
Series: Early English books online.
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Crimsal
OCLC Number: 606509102
Description: 1 online resource (1 sheet ([2] pages)) : illustrations
Series Title: Early English books online.

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