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The york-Buildings dragons : or, a full and true account of a most horrid and barbarous murder, intended to be committed on Monday the 14th of Febr. next (being Valentine's-Day) on the Bodies, Goods, and Name of the greatest Part of his Majesty's Liege Subjects, dwelling and inhabiting between Temple-Bar in the East, and St. James's in the West ; and between Hungerford-Market in the South, and St. Mary la Bonne in the North, by a sett of Evil-minded Persons, who (by the Instigation of Plutus, and not having the Fear of several Lords, Knights, and Gentlemen, before their Eyes) do assemble Twice A-Week, to carry on their wicked Purposes, in a private Room over a Stable, by the Thames Side, in a remote Corner of the Town. Preview this item
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The york-Buildings dragons : or, a full and true account of a most horrid and barbarous murder, intended to be committed on Monday the 14th of Febr. next (being Valentine's-Day) on the Bodies, Goods, and Name of the greatest Part of his Majesty's Liege Subjects, dwelling and inhabiting between Temple-Bar in the East, and St. James's in the West ; and between Hungerford-Market in the South, and St. Mary la Bonne in the North, by a sett of Evil-minded Persons, who (by the Instigation of Plutus, and not having the Fear of several Lords, Knights, and Gentlemen, before their Eyes) do assemble Twice A-Week, to carry on their wicked Purposes, in a private Room over a Stable, by the Thames Side, in a remote Corner of the Town.

Author: J T Desaguliers
Publisher: London : Printed for J. Roberts, at the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane, 1726.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : The 2nd ed., augmented by almost half, containing several more wonderful discoveries, and concluding with Orlando Furioso's speech, and Prudentio's answerView all editions and formats
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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: J T Desaguliers
OCLC Number: 642525632
Description: 1 online resource (16 pages)

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