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Author: Tompkins, Nathaniel, d. 1643.
Title: The vvhole confession and speech of Mr. Nathaniel Tompkins,: made upon the ladder at the time of his execution, on Wednesday the fifth of July; 1643. Together with the manner of his coming to execution. July 5. 1643. It is this day ordered by the committee of the House of Commons in Parliament concerning printing, that the confession of Nathaniel Tompkins be printed by Peter Cole. Iohn White.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The vvhole confession and speech of Mr. Nathaniel Tompkins,: made upon the ladder at the time of his execution, on Wednesday the fifth of July; 1643. Together with the manner of his coming to execution. July 5. 1643. It is this day ordered by the committee of the House of Commons in Parliament concerning printing, that the confession of Nathaniel Tompkins be printed by Peter Cole. Iohn White.
Tompkins, Nathaniel, d. 1643., England and Wales. Parliament.

London: Printed for Peter Cole at the Glove and Lyon in Cornhill neer the Royall Exchange, [1643]
Subject terms:
Conspiracies -- England
Great Britain -- History
Tompkins, Nathaniel, -- d. 1643.
Waller, Edmund, -- 1606-1687
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A94751.0001.001

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The tvvo Provost-Marshals; viz. Ma∣ster Iohn Marshall, and Mr. Roger Quatermain, accompanied with some Divines, divers Troops of Horse, and severall companies of the Trained-Bands of the city of London, carryed Mr. Nathaniel Tompkins from Newgate on foot to Holborn, and just against Fetterlane end was erected a Gibbet; and Mr. Tompkins being upon the Ladder, in the sight and presence of many thousands of Citizens, the Confession he made, was as followeth:
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