EBBA ID: 32526

Huntington Library - Miscellaneous 289784
 
A Song, on the Confession and Dying / Words of William Stevenson, Merchant, late of North-Allerton, in the County of York, / aged 27 Years, who was executed at Durham on Saturday the 26th of August, 1727, for / the barbarous Murder of Mary Fawden, near Hartlepool in the Bishoprick of Durham; taken / from his own Mouth the Night before his Execution, by a Person that went to visit him while / in Goal.
Date Published 1727?
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Title A Song, on the Confession and Dying / Words of William Stevenson, Merchant, late of North-Allerton, in the County of York, / aged 27 Years, who was executed at Durham on Saturday the 26th of August, 1727, for / the barbarous Murder of Mary Fawden, near Hartlepool in the Bishoprick of Durham; taken / from his own Mouth the Night before his Execution, by a Person that went to visit him while / in Goal.
Tune Imprint To the Tune of, Since Caelia's my Foe.
First Lines GOOD Lord! I'm undone, thy Face I would shun, / I've anger'd my God, and displeased his Son:
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