The Life, Trial, and Dying Words of Mary Edmondson

The Life, Trial, and Dying Words of Mary Edmondson

Who Was Tried and Convicted at Kingston Assizes, for the Murder of Her Aunt Mrs. Susannah Walker, A Widow Gentlewoman, at Rotherhithe. And Executed at Kennington-Common, on Monday, April 2, 1759. With Her Solemn Declaration of Her Innocence at the Place of Execution, and Copies of Some Papers She Delivered After Condemnation

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Publisher: London : printed for S. Bagnall, 1759
Characteristics: 24p. ; 12⁰


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