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Author: Knight, Arthur, d. 1653.
Title: The speeches and confession of Arthur Knight, and Thomas Laret, at the places of execution in Russel Street neer Covent-Garden, and at Islington, on Wednesday last, being the second of this instant March, 1653.: Being condemned (by order of law) to be hang'd on a gibbet, neer unto the place where they committed the fact: the one, for killing of Major Furnifal; the other, for murthering of his own wife. With the great oath and protestation taken by the said Thomas Laret, immediatly before his death, in the presence of Mr. Cook, the minister: and his exhortation to all men in generall, both in city and countrey, never to strike or beat their wives any more. Published according to order.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The speeches and confession of Arthur Knight, and Thomas Laret, at the places of execution in Russel Street neer Covent-Garden, and at Islington, on Wednesday last, being the second of this instant March, 1653.: Being condemned (by order of law) to be hang'd on a gibbet, neer unto the place where they committed the fact: the one, for killing of Major Furnifal; the other, for murthering of his own wife. With the great oath and protestation taken by the said Thomas Laret, immediatly before his death, in the presence of Mr. Cook, the minister: and his exhortation to all men in generall, both in city and countrey, never to strike or beat their wives any more. Published according to order.
Knight, Arthur, d. 1653., Larat, Thomas, d. 1653.

Imprinted at London: for G. Horton, 1653.
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Executions and executioners -- England
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A87810.0001.001

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The Speeches and Confession of Arthur Knight, and Thomas Laret, at the pla∣ces of Execution in Russel-street neer Covent-Garder, and at Islington, on Wednesday last, being the second of this instant March, 1653.
The Speech and Confession of Thomas Laret, at the place of execution neer Islington Church.