|Author:||Turner, James, d. 1664.|
|Title:||The speech and deportment of Col. Iames Turner at his execution in Leaden-Hall-street January 21. 1663. Who was condemned for felony and burglary, in breaking up the house and robbing of Mr. Francis Tryon merchant, living in Limestreet, London. Licensed.|
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The speech and deportment of Col. Iames Turner at his execution in Leaden-Hall-street January 21. 1663. Who was condemned for felony and burglary, in breaking up the house and robbing of Mr. Francis Tryon merchant, living in Limestreet, London. Licensed.
Turner, James, d. 1664.
London: printed by William Godbid for Nath. Brook at the Angel in Cornhill, and Henry Marsh at the Princes Arms in Chancery-lane, 1663 [i.e 1664]
|Alternate titles:||Speech and deportment of Col. James Turner at his execution in Leaden-Hall-street, January 21. 1663|
The publication year is given according to Lady Day dating.
Text is continuous despite pagination.
With an advertisement on pg. 14.
Imperfect; Cropped at head.
Reproduction of the original in the Harvard University Library.
Trials (Burglary) -- England -- Early works to 1800.
An Advertisement of Remark.