EBBA ID: 31663

University of Glasgow Library - Euing 20
 
The Bloody Butcher, And the two wicked and cruel Bawds: / Exprest in a woful Narrative of one Nathaniel Smith a Butcher, who lived in Maypole-Alley near the Strand; his Wife having been all day in the Market selling of Meat, in the evening went with her / Husband to an Alehouse, where they stay'd till ten of the clock. and then went home together, and / being in their lodging, demanded of her the Money she had taken that day, but she (being great with / child and peevish) refused to give it him, he taking his Butchers-knife in his hand stabb'd her in the back, whereof she instantly dyed, for which he was Apprehended, Condemned, and Executed at / Tyburn, April the 24th. 1667. / As also another Relation of a Ravisher, who in a Bawdy-house (assisted by two Women) ravished / a Girle.
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Imprint London, Printed by E. Crowch, for F. Coles, / T. Vere, and J. Wright.
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TitleThe Bloody Butcher, And the two wicked and cruel Bawds: / Exprest in a woful Narrative of one Nathaniel Smith a Butcher, who lived in Maypole-Alley near the Strand; his Wife having been all day in the Market selling of Meat, in the evening went with her / Husband to an Alehouse, where they stay'd till ten of the clock. and then went home together, and / being in their lodging, demanded of her the Money she had taken that day, but she (being great with / child and peevish) refused to give it him, he taking his Butchers-knife in his hand stabb'd her in the back, whereof she instantly dyed, for which he was Apprehended, Condemned, and Executed at / Tyburn, April the 24th. 1667. / As also another Relation of a Ravisher, who in a Bawdy-house (assisted by two Women) ravished / a Girle.The second part,
Tune ImprintThe tune, The bleeding heart.to the same tune.
First LinesWHat horrid execrable Crimes. / Possess us in these latter Times;THen went together home, where when / A little season they had been;
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