The Life of Nicolas Mooney

The Life of Nicolas Mooney

Wherein Is Contained, His Parentage and Education; An Account of His Joining the Rebel Army at Carlisle, and the Part He Acted Therein, 'till the Defeat Thereof at Culloden-Moor; the Adventures He Met With Both Before and After This, 'till He Took to the Highway; With A Brief Account of His Vicious Life, 'till He Committed the Robbery at Bristol, for Which He Was Executed on St. Michael's Hill on Friday, April 24, 1752. Together With His Religious and Moral Reflections Upon the Most Remarkable Passages of His Whole Life; and An Account of His Conversion the Sunday Before His Trial. Taken From His Own Mouth by A Friend; and Publish'd at His Request

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Publisher: Bristol : printed and sold by Felix Farley, at Shakespear's Head, the lower End of Small-Street. - Sold also by T. Trye, Holbourn, and W. Owen, Temple-Bar, London; and R. Raikes, Gloucester, [1752]
Edition: The second edition
Characteristics: 47,[1]p. ; 80


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