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A true narrative of the proceedings at the sessions-house in the Old-Baly begun on Wednesday the 8th. of this instant December, 1675 [electronic resource] : and there continuing till the Saturday following. Wherein seventen [sic] men, two women, and a boy about fourteen years of age received judgment to dye for their several offences. Besides, neer twenty that received the mercy of the King for transportation; twelve had the benefit of the clergy, and were onely burnt in the hand, six to be whipt at the carts [sic] tayl, &c. With all the particular circumstances of their tryals, and the nature of their crimes. With allowance, Roger L'Estrange

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