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The true narrative of the procedings [sic] at the Sessions-House in the Old-Bayly [electronic resource] : Which began on Thursday the 26th of this February last past, and ended on Monday the 1st of March following 1679. Giving an account of most of the remarkable trials there, viz for murder, fellonies and burglaries, &c. with a particular relation of their names, and the places of their committing their facts, with the number of those condemned to dye, burnt in the hand, transported and to be whipt. And also of the trial and condemnation of one of the seven which broke out of prison on Sunday morning the 22th of February last, and one Baker alias Heskins a Jesuite, which offered monies to a servant maid to set her masters houses on fire, in two several places where she lived, and several other remarkable trials

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