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An Account of a horrid and barbarous murder

An Account of a horrid and barbarous murder

committed on the body of a young person supposed to be of a good quality in the fields beyond Whitechappel-Church in the Parish of Stepny ...

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Published by Printed by George Croom ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Murder -- England.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1139:1.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([2] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16700847M

    Sep 09,  · SHARP, JAMES (–), archbishop of St. Andrews, son of William Sharp, factor of the Earl of Findlater, by Isabel Lesley, daughter of Lesley of Kininvy, a relative of the Earl of Rothes, was born at Banff Castle, where his father then resided, on 4 May An Account of a most horrid conspiracy against the life of His Most Sacred Majesty, February the 24th, Audley, John. / [] An account of a remarkable sea-fight between an English ketch and a French privateer from aboard the Breda frigate at the spit-head, April 19, [].

    Murder. The Unknown Sailor is first recorded as visiting the Red Lion Inn at Thursley as he was walking back from London to join his ship at Portsmouth which is now the woods of PGL on 24 September There he met three other seafarers, James Marshall, Michael Casey and Edward Lonegon. Fairburn's authentic account of the barbarous murder and horrid butche John Fairburn , Murderers, Political corruption, Politics and government, Trials (Murder), Trials, litigation, Uxoricide. places. Great , 1 book John Wade, 1 book Duncan, William, 1 book John Fairburn, 1 book Loyal Subject., 1 book William Franklyn Peter.

    Convict Voices Anne Schwan Published by University of New Hampshire Press Last, at the Ranters’ Chapel, Sheffi eld, Made a Full Confession of a Barbarous Murder Which She Had Committed on the Body of Her Mother.” Bodleian The Following Is an Account of a Horrid Murder, Committed on the Body of an Infant, Which Was Discovered in a Cited by: 2. We have here the progress of Cain’s anger, and the issue of it in Abel’s murder, which may be considered two ways:— I. As Cain’s sin; and a scarlet, crimson, sin it was, a sin of the first magnitude, a sin against the light and law of nature, and which the consciences even of bad men have startled at.


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