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Author: Kyd, Thomas, 1558-1594.
Title: The trueth of the most wicked and secret murthering of Iohn Brewen, goldsmith of London: committed by his owne wife, through the prouocation of one Iohn Parker whom she loued: for which fact she was burned, and he hanged in Smithfield, on wednesday, the 28 of Iune, 1592. two yeares after the murther was committed.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The trueth of the most wicked and secret murthering of Iohn Brewen, goldsmith of London: committed by his owne wife, through the prouocation of one Iohn Parker whom she loued: for which fact she was burned, and he hanged in Smithfield, on wednesday, the 28 of Iune, 1592. two yeares after the murther was committed.
Kyd, Thomas, 1558-1594.

Imprinted at London: [T. Orwin?] for Iohn Kid, and are to be sold by Edward White, dwelling at the little north doore of Paules, at the signe of the Gun, 1592.
Subject terms:
Criminal behavior -- England
Brewen, John, -- d. 1590
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A72503.0001.001

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❧ The murder of Iohn Brewen Gold∣smith of London, who through the entise∣ment of Iohn Parker, was poysoned of his owne wife in eating a measse of Sugersops.