EBBA ID: 30289

British Library - Roxburghe 1.424-425
 
A true Relation of one Susan Higges, dwelling in Risborrow a / Towne in Buckinghamshire, and how shee lived 20. yeeres, by robbing / on the High-wayes, yet unsuspected of all that knew her; till at last, / comming to Messeldon, there robbing a woman; which woman knew / her and called her by her name: now when she saw she was betrayed, she / killed her, and standing by her while she gave three groanes, she spat three drops of blood / in her face, which never could be washt out; by which shee was knowne and executed / for the aforesaid murder at the Assises in Lent at Brickhill.
Date Published 1624-1680 ?
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Imprint Printed at London for F.C. dwelling in / the Old-Baily.
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 1.424, 1.425
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.7.424-425
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TitleA true Relation of one Susan Higges, dwelling in Risborrow a / Towne in Buckinghamshire, and how shee lived 20. yeeres, by robbing / on the High-wayes, yet unsuspected of all that knew her; till at last, / comming to Messeldon, there robbing a woman; which woman knew / her and called her by her name: now when she saw she was betrayed, she / killed her, and standing by her while she gave three groanes, she spat three drops of blood / in her face, which never could be washt out; by which shee was knowne and executed / for the aforesaid murder at the Assises in Lent at Brickhill.The second part,
Tune ImprintTo the tune of, The worthy London Prentice.To the same tune.
First LinesTO mourne for my offences, / and former passed sinnes,BUt if so be it chanced, / the Countries were beset,
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