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Author: Johnston, John, Sir, d. 1690.
Title: Capt. Johnsons last farewel; who was arraigned for being assisting in the stealing a young heiress, for which he received sentance [sic] of death, and was accordingly executed at Tyburn, the 23d. of this instant December, 1690. To the tune of Russel's farewel. Licensed according to order.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Capt. Johnsons last farewel; who was arraigned for being assisting in the stealing a young heiress, for which he received sentance [sic] of death, and was accordingly executed at Tyburn, the 23d. of this instant December, 1690. To the tune of Russel's farewel. Licensed according to order.
Johnston, John, Sir, d. 1690.

[London]: Printed for Charles Bates, at the Bible and Sun in Pye-corner., [1690?]
Subject terms:
Ballads, English -- 17th century.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/B03922.0001.001

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Capt. Johnsons last Farewel; Who was arraigned for being assisting in the stealing a young Heiress, for which he received Sentance of Death, and was accordingly Exe∣cuted at Tyburn, the 23d. of this instant December, 1690.
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