A true account of the behaviour of Mr. Francis Newland, who was executed at Tyburn, on Friday the 19th of April, 1695. for the murther of Francis Thomas, esq; [electronic resource] : Together with a paper delivered to the ordinary, attested with his own hand; desiring that he would publish it, for the benefit of his friends and acquaintance
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- London : Printed for E. Mallet, near Fleet-bridges, 1695
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- Wing (CD-ROM, 1996) T2356.
- Early English books tract supplement interim guide 515.l.2.
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