|Title:||Truth brought to light, or, The last words of a dying-man: being the speech of William Dillon Esquire, executed the twenty fifth of February, 1662, for the death of J. Web, lately killed in a frey in Long-Acre.|
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Truth brought to light, or, The last words of a dying-man: being the speech of William Dillon Esquire, executed the twenty fifth of February, 1662, for the death of J. Web, lately killed in a frey in Long-Acre.
[London: s.n., 1662]
Webb, J -- Death and burial.
Executions and executioners -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Broadsides -- England -- 17th century.
Truth brought to Light, OR, The Last WORDS of a DYING-MAN: Being The SPEECH of William Dillon Esquire, Executed the twenty fifth of February, 1662. for the Death of J. Web, lately killed in a Fray in Long-Acre.