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Title: The confession and execution of Mr. Barney, who was hang'd at Norvvich; for the murder of Esq; Beddingfield which was commited on Sunday the 20th. of July 1684 With a true account of his behaviour during the time of his imprisonment, unto the day of his death, which was on the 8th. of Agust, 1684. As also a true account of the fire which happen'd in Goodmans Fields.
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2014-11 (EEBO-TCP Phase 2).
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Print source: The confession and execution of Mr. Barney, who was hang'd at Norvvich; for the murder of Esq; Beddingfield which was commited on Sunday the 20th. of July 1684 With a true account of his behaviour during the time of his imprisonment, unto the day of his death, which was on the 8th. of Agust, 1684. As also a true account of the fire which happen'd in Goodmans Fields.
[London: printed by E.M. in Black-Horse Alley near Fleet-Bridge, 1684]
Subject terms:
Beddingfield, Thomas, d. 1684 -- Early works to 1800.
Barney, Thomas -- Early works to 1800.
Last words -- Early works to 1800.
Murder -- England -- Norwich -- Early works to 1800.
Executions and executioners -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Broadsides -- England
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A80315.0001.001

Contents
THE CONFESSION AND EXECUTION OF Mr. Barney, who was Hang'd at NORVVICH, for the Murder of Esq; Beddingfield Which was commited on Sunday the 20th. of July 1684.
I shall not think it amiss, to acquaint the Reader with this intervene which happen'd in Goodmans-Fields.
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