A Genuine Account of the Behaviour, Confessions, and Dying Words

A Genuine Account of the Behaviour, Confessions, and Dying Words

Of the Malefactors Viz. James Day, Ann Hazzard, James Harris, Richard Keble, James Hunt, and Thomas Collins. Who Were Executed at Kennington-Common, On Thursday the 25th of August, 1743. To Which Is Added, The Solemn Declaration of James Day and Ann Hazzard, Relating to the Murder of Simon Pottell, Which They Deliver'd to the Rev. Mr. Wilson, Lecturer of St. John, Southwark

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Publisher: London : printed for J. Nicholson, in the Old-Bailey, [1743]
Characteristics: 20p. ; 40
Additional Contributors: Day, James d. 1743

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