A true account of the apprehending and taking of Dr Hamilton, a dissenting parson, (brother to Sir David Hamilton the man-mid-wife) and his man, for barbarously drowning of one Mr. Hunter, in the Thames, between York Stairs and the Falcon, on Saturday last, April the 28th, 1711. [electronic resource] : by throwing him over board, and keeping him down with the boat-hook, &c. only because he ask'd him for a just debt
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- [London] : Printed by R. Newcomb, in Wine-Office-Court, Fleet-street, 1711
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- With, on the verso : 'A full and true account of a most horrid and barbarous murder committed yesterday, April 24th, in St. James's House, by Eliz. Smith, ..' .
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