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The VVhole business of Sindercome, from first to last, : it being a perfect narrative of his carriage, during the time of his imprisonment in the Tower of London. As also of the several passages and proceedings at the tryal of the said Sindercome alias Fish, at the upper-bench, Westminster, Febr. 9. 1656. Before the Lord Chief Justice Glyn, and Mr. Justice Warburton; with his sentence. Together with the discourse that past betwixt him and the ministers that visited him, and the manner of his death in the said Tower, the night before the day appointed for his execution. Likewise the manner of his being drawn at a horse taile, his burial in a hole, made on purpose under the common place of execution, upon Towerhil, Febr. 16. 1656. And a stake plated with iron, driven through his body. Herein you have also copies of the attestations of the physitians and chyrurgeons, under their hands, upon opening of his body; the coroners and jurors verdicts, and the examinations of divers persons, as his mother, sisters, keeper, &c. Preview this item
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The VVhole business of Sindercome, from first to last, : it being a perfect narrative of his carriage, during the time of his imprisonment in the Tower of London. As also of the several passages and proceedings at the tryal of the said Sindercome alias Fish, at the upper-bench, Westminster, Febr. 9. 1656. Before the Lord Chief Justice Glyn, and Mr. Justice Warburton; with his sentence. Together with the discourse that past betwixt him and the ministers that visited him, and the manner of his death in the said Tower, the night before the day appointed for his execution. Likewise the manner of his being drawn at a horse taile, his burial in a hole, made on purpose under the common place of execution, upon Towerhil, Febr. 16. 1656. And a stake plated with iron, driven through his body. Herein you have also copies of the attestations of the physitians and chyrurgeons, under their hands, upon opening of his body; the coroners and jurors verdicts, and the examinations of divers persons, as his mother, sisters, keeper, &c.

Publisher: London, : Printed by Tho. Newcomb., 1657.
Series: Early English books online.
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Genre/Form: Early works to 1800
Named Person: Miles Sindercombe; Miles Sindercombe
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
OCLC Number: 607001449
Notes: Annotation on Thomason copy: "February. 16 1656"; the 7 in imprint date has been crossed out and date altered to 1656.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Description: 1 online resource (24 p.)
Series Title: Early English books online.
Other Titles: Whole business of Sindercome, from first to last

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