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Title: The bloody murthers executed; or, news from Fleet-Street. Being the last speech and confessions of the two persons executed there on Friday the 22 of October, 1675 With an exact account of all the circumstances of their murthering the Knight, Sir R.S. in White-Fryers. The manner of their being apprehended, and their deportment in Newgate, from the time of their condemnation, to their execution. They were removed to hang in irons, one on Finchley-Common, and the other on Sanford Hills, on Saturday the 23d. of Octob. 1675. With allowance.
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Print source: The bloody murthers executed; or, news from Fleet-Street. Being the last speech and confessions of the two persons executed there on Friday the 22 of October, 1675 With an exact account of all the circumstances of their murthering the Knight, Sir R.S. in White-Fryers. The manner of their being apprehended, and their deportment in Newgate, from the time of their condemnation, to their execution. They were removed to hang in irons, one on Finchley-Common, and the other on Sanford Hills, on Saturday the 23d. of Octob. 1675. With allowance.
[London]: Printed for William Powel, 1675.
Subject terms:
Crime -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Criminals -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Murder -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Executions and executioners -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Last words -- Early works to 1800.
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An account of the crime and con∣fession of the two Persons hang∣ed in Fleet-Street.