The speech and deportment of Col. Iames Turner, at his execution in Leaden-Hall-Street, January 21, 1663 [electronic resource] : who was condemned for felony and burglary, in breaking up the house and robbing of Mr. Francis Tryon, merchant, living in Limestreet, London
- Bib ID:
- Turner, James, d. 1664
- Online Access:
- London : Printed by William Godbid for Nath. Brook and Henry Marsh, 1663 [i.e 1664]
- 22 p.
- Early English books online.
- Reproduction of original in the Bodleian Library.
- Cited In:
- Wing T3293.
- Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1999- (Early English books online) Digital version of: (Early English books, 1641-1700 ; 1391:6)
- Available From:
- ProQuest Information and Learning. 300 N. Zeeb Rd., Ann Arbor, MI 48106
Out of Copyright
- Reason for copyright status:
- Creator Date of Death is Before 1955
Copyright status was determined using the following information:
- Material type:
- Literary Dramatic Musical
- Presumed date of death of creator (latest date):
- Published status:
- Publication date:
Copyright status may not be correct if data in the record is incomplete or inaccurate. Other access conditions may also apply. For more information please see: Copyright in library collections.
- The convict's complaint in 1815, and the thanks of the convict in 1825 : or, sketches in verse of a hulk in the former year and of the Millbank Penitentiary in the latter ... with a few prefatory statements and remarks / by G. Holford
- A bill for inclosing and dividing the common and common field in the manor of Ixworth [microform] : in the town of Ixworth, in the county of Suffolk
- Gypsies and government policy in England : a study of the travellers' way of life in relation to the policies and practices of central and local government / [by] Barbara Adams ... [et al.]
- A journal of the proceedings of J. Hewitt, mayor, and one of His Majesty's justices of the peace for the city and county of Coventry [in] the year 1756 [microform] : in the suppressing of riots and tumults, in the county of Warwick, and the city and county of Coventry
- The Argument and reasons of the brethren of Trinity-house, touching the breach in the level near Purfleet in Essex [electronic resource] : whereby the river of Thames is much damnify'd, and the navigation thereof greatly obstructed, and in danger of being wholly destroy'd