EBBA ID: 34233

National Library of Scotland - Rosebery 123
 
The last SPEECH and dying Words of Thomas Vert, who / was Execute at Durham the 12th August 1730, for the / Murdering of his own Sister, for which he was try'd, condem- / ned and Execute, and being cut down from the Gallows and / laid in his Coffin, his Mother perceiving him to breath, upon / using of proper Means he was brought to Life; then he de- / clared to the Reverend Mr: Nixson the Happiness of the / Blessed, and the miserable State of the damn'd in Hell. / Lastly, how he was the second Time Execute.
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Collection National Library of Scotland - Rosebery
Location National Library of Scotland
Shelfmark Ry.III.a.10(123)
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Title The last SPEECH and dying Words of Thomas Vert, who / was Execute at Durham the 12th August 1730, for the / Murdering of his own Sister, for which he was try'd, condem- / ned and Execute, and being cut down from the Gallows and / laid in his Coffin, his Mother perceiving him to breath, upon / using of proper Means he was brought to Life; then he de- / clared to the Reverend Mr: Nixson the Happiness of the / Blessed, and the miserable State of the damn'd in Hell. / Lastly, how he was the second Time Execute.
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First Lines YOU tender Parents all both far and near, / And all you that have got Children dear,
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Notes Printed on the recto and verso of one sheet.