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The genuine life, &c. : of John Overan, otherwise, John Williams, who was capitally convicted on Thursday the 8th day of December, 1774, for robbing Mr. Venables, in the Tower, of three bank notes, and money to the amount of 80l. Also, an account of the many robberies the committed for one of which they received Sentence of Death near four Years ago, in the county of Surry ; afterwards pardoned on Condition of Transportation. Their breaking out of Jail, and robbing Mrs. Weally of a Bank Note, for which his Companion, received Sentence of Death. His receiving his former Sentence. His being transported, and his return soon after ; and the Manner of committing the Robbery for which he received Sentence of Death. To which is added, an account of his favourite girl, and two of his companions, Eatley and Withall. Preview this item
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The genuine life, &c. : of John Overan, otherwise, John Williams, who was capitally convicted on Thursday the 8th day of December, 1774, for robbing Mr. Venables, in the Tower, of three bank notes, and money to the amount of 80l. Also, an account of the many robberies the committed for one of which they received Sentence of Death near four Years ago, in the county of Surry ; afterwards pardoned on Condition of Transportation. Their breaking out of Jail, and robbing Mrs. Weally of a Bank Note, for which his Companion, received Sentence of Death. His receiving his former Sentence. His being transported, and his return soon after ; and the Manner of committing the Robbery for which he received Sentence of Death. To which is added, an account of his favourite girl, and two of his companions, Eatley and Withall.

Publisher: London : Printed by J. Miller, White-Lion-Street, Goodman's fields, [1775?]
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
OCLC Number: 642542808
Description: 1 online resource (32 pages, plate)

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