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The Disobedient son, and cruel husband. : Being a full and true account of one Mr. John James, a gentleman's son in Wiltshire, whose father left him an estate of twenty hundred pounds a year, and married a lady of great fortune in the same place ; but being reduced to poverty and want with riotous living, he killed his wife and children, and afterwards hanged his mother on a tree in the orchard, with the last dying words of this wretch, who was hanged before his mother's door. : To which are added, The wild rover and The humours of whiskey. Preview this item
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The Disobedient son, and cruel husband. : Being a full and true account of one Mr. John James, a gentleman's son in Wiltshire, whose father left him an estate of twenty hundred pounds a year, and married a lady of great fortune in the same place ; but being reduced to poverty and want with riotous living, he killed his wife and children, and afterwards hanged his mother on a tree in the orchard, with the last dying words of this wretch, who was hanged before his mother's door. : To which are added, The wild rover and The humours of whiskey.

Publisher: Dublin [i.e. Philadelphia?] : Printed by W. Jones ..., January, 1796.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Poetry
Poems
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
OCLC Number: 62827735
Notes: In verse.
Bristol and Shipton & Mooney supply Philadelphia as actual place of publication without explanation. While there was a William Jones who was a bookseller and printer in Philadelphia in 1796, there was also a William Jones (fl. 1789-1802) active as a bookseller and printer in Dublin at this time.
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