EBBA ID: 34436

Houghton Library - Bute 3.54
 
A WARNING-PIECE / TO / All Married Men and Women. / Being the Full / CONFESSION of MARY HOBRY, / The FRENCH Midwife, / Who Murdered her Husband on the 27th of January, 1687/8. (As also the Cause thereof.) / For which she receiv'd Sentence to be Burnt alive: And on Friday the Second Day of March, between the Hours of Ten and Eleven in / the Morning, she was drawn upon a Sledge to Leicester-Fields, where she was burnt to Ashes.
Date Published 1688
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Imprint LONDON, Printed and Sold by George Croom, at the / Blue-Ball in Thames-street, near Baynard's-Castle. 1688.
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Collection Houghton Library - Bute
Page 3.54
Location Houghton Library
Shelfmark EB65.A100.B675b v.3 no.B54
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Title A WARNING-PIECE / TO / All Married Men and Women. / Being the Full / CONFESSION of MARY HOBRY, / The FRENCH Midwife, / Who Murdered her Husband on the 27th of January, 1687/8. (As also the Cause thereof.) / For which she receiv'd Sentence to be Burnt alive: And on Friday the Second Day of March, between the Hours of Ten and Eleven in / the Morning, she was drawn upon a Sledge to Leicester-Fields, where she was burnt to Ashes.
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First Lines ALL you that Married Men and Women be / Give Ear unto this woful Tragedy,
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