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Title: An Account of the behaviour, confession and last dying speech of Sir John Johnson, who was executed at Tyburn on Tuesday the 23d day of December, anno Dom. 1690 for stealing of Mrs. Mary Wharton in company of Captain James Campbel and Archibald Montgomery, since fled.
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2013-12 (EEBO-TCP Phase 2).
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Print source: An Account of the behaviour, confession and last dying speech of Sir John Johnson, who was executed at Tyburn on Tuesday the 23d day of December, anno Dom. 1690 for stealing of Mrs. Mary Wharton in company of Captain James Campbel and Archibald Montgomery, since fled.
London: Printed for Langley Curtiss, 1690.
Subject terms:
Johnston, John, -- Sir, d. 1690.
Last words.
Broadsides -- England -- 17th century.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A24806.0001.001

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THE An Account of the Behaviour, Confession and last dying Speech of Sir John Johnson, who was Exe∣cuted at Tyburn, on Tuesday the 23d. day of December, anno Dom. 1690. For Stealing of Mrs. Mary Wharton, in Company of Captain James Campbel and Archibald Montgomery, since fled.
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