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The Last dying speeches and confessions of the three notorious malefactors who were executed at Tyburn on the 4th of this instant March 1681 : giving an account of the several crimes for which they suffered which are as followeth, John Sadler for whipping a girl to death at Ratcliff, Roger Maiden for eight fellonies and burglarys, Elizabeth Brown, alias White-head, for robbing the Two Cocks on London-Bridge and endeavouring to cut the maids throat : with their pentitential confessions as well in prison as at the place of execution. Preview this item
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The Last dying speeches and confessions of the three notorious malefactors who were executed at Tyburn on the 4th of this instant March 1681 : giving an account of the several crimes for which they suffered which are as followeth, John Sadler for whipping a girl to death at Ratcliff, Roger Maiden for eight fellonies and burglarys, Elizabeth Brown, alias White-head, for robbing the Two Cocks on London-Bridge and endeavouring to cut the maids throat : with their pentitential confessions as well in prison as at the place of execution.

Publisher: London : Printed for T.B., 1681.
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OCLC Number: 606560051
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