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Author: Goodcole, Henry, 1586-1641.
Title: Heavens speedie hue and cry sent after lust and murder: manifested upon the suddaine apprehending of Thomas Shearwood, and Elizabeth Evans, whose manner of lives, death, and free confessions, are heere expressed : also some new additions, concerning the man that was tide [sic] to the gibbeit, with a discovery of those places where such kinds of lude people haunt and resort ... disclosed by this Sherwood a little before his death : who were executed the one upon the 14 and the other on the 17 of this moneth of April 1635 ... / written by H.G. their daily visiter at the time of their imprisonment, and severall dayes of execution ; published by authority.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Heavens speedie hue and cry sent after lust and murder: manifested upon the suddaine apprehending of Thomas Shearwood, and Elizabeth Evans, whose manner of lives, death, and free confessions, are heere expressed : also some new additions, concerning the man that was tide [sic] to the gibbeit, with a discovery of those places where such kinds of lude people haunt and resort ... disclosed by this Sherwood a little before his death : who were executed the one upon the 14 and the other on the 17 of this moneth of April 1635 ... / written by H.G. their daily visiter at the time of their imprisonment, and severall dayes of execution ; published by authority.
Goodcole, Henry, 1586-1641.

London: Printed by N. & I. Okes, dwelling in Well-yard in little St. Bartholomews, neare unto the Lame Hospitall gate, 1635.
Subject terms:
Murder -- England
Executions and executioners -- England
Sherwood, Thomas, -- d. 1635.
Evans, Elizabeth, -- d. 1635.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A72187.0001.001

Contents
title page
law
The Preface.
Certaine pregnant inducements, out of the Holy Scripture against murder and Man-slaughter
THE EXAMINATION AND Confession of Thomas Sher wood, and Elizabeth Evans.
The Observations.
2. Observation.
The narration of the manner of the course of their lives.
The free Confession of Thomas Sherwood, after the time of his apprehending.
At the place of his Execution, and what he there said, the Relation.
A briefe observation for all persons, both in Citty and Countrey, to know lewd tempting persons lurking in the Streets and High-wayes, by these tokens following.
An intimation of such places, in, and about the City of London, that Harlots watch their op∣portunities to surprise men, confessed by this Malefactor.
Now to the particular Narration of Elizabeth Evans the impious Fellow-mate of Thomas Sherwood.
Concerning what shee said at the place of Execution.
A generall Admonition.
CONCLUSION.
The Habeas corpus, or Remove of Countrey Tom into the Countrey.