EBBA 30326

British Library - Roxburghe
 
A cruell murther committed lately upon the body of Abraham / Gearsy, who liv'd in the Parish of Westmill, in the County of Harford; by one / Robert Reeve, and Richard Reeve, both of the same Parish: for which fact Robert was prest to / death, on Munday the 16. of March, and the Tuesday following Richard was hang'd; and / after both them were hang'd up in chaines, where now they doe remaine, to the affright- / ment of all beholders.
Date Published 1635
Author Richard Crimsal
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Imprint Printed at London for Iohn Wright IUNIOR, / dwelling at the upper end of the Old / Baily.
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 1.488, 1.489
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.7.488-489
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TitleA cruell murther committed lately upon the body of Abraham / Gearsy, who liv'd in the Parish of Westmill, in the County of Harford; by one / Robert Reeve, and Richard Reeve, both of the same Parish: for which fact Robert was prest to / death, on Munday the 16. of March, and the Tuesday following Richard was hang'd; and / after both them were hang'd up in chaines, where now they doe remaine, to the affright- / ment of all beholders.The second part,
Tune ImprintTo the tune of Fortune my Foe.To the same tune.
First LinesI Pray give eare unto my tale of woe, / Which Ile declare that all may plainly knowe.SIx weekes it was ere it was plainly knowne, / And many were examin'd here vpon:
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