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Author: Nicholson, Francis, d. 1680.
Title: The true narrative of the confession and execution of Francis Nicholson: who was executed this present Wednesday, being the 27th of this instant October, 1680. And hang'd up in chains at Hownslow-Heath, for murthering of one John Dimbleby at Hampton-Court this being his own true confession both to the Ordinary of Newgate, and several other ministers and others who came to him whilst he continued in prison, and have hereunto subscribed their names to attest the truth of this relation.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The true narrative of the confession and execution of Francis Nicholson: who was executed this present Wednesday, being the 27th of this instant October, 1680. And hang'd up in chains at Hownslow-Heath, for murthering of one John Dimbleby at Hampton-Court this being his own true confession both to the Ordinary of Newgate, and several other ministers and others who came to him whilst he continued in prison, and have hereunto subscribed their names to attest the truth of this relation.
Nicholson, Francis, d. 1680.

[London: printed by D. Mallet, 1680]
Subject terms:
Murder -- England
Executions and executioners -- England
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A95087.0001.001

Contents
THE TRUE NARRATIVE OF THE CONFESSION AND EXECUTION Of Francis Nicholson Who was Executed this present Wednesday, being the 27th of this instant October, 1680. And Hang'd up in Chains AT Hownslow-Heath, For Murthering of one John Dimbleby AT HAMPTON-COURT This being his own true Confession both to the Ordinary of New∣gate, and several other Ministers and others who came to him whilst he continued in Prison, and have hereunto subscri∣bed their Names to attest the Truth of this Relation.
The Confession of Francis Nicholson to Mr. Samuel Smith, Ordinary of Newgate, in re∣lation to his Murthering of John Dimbleby.
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