The confession and execution of the six prisoners that suffered at Tyburn on Wednesday the 22th of may, 1678. [electronic resource] : at which time were executed John Cross, George Blake, William Stone, [brace] Humphry Hulin, Thomas Constable, Rose Goodman. As also of Charles Pamplin, who was executed the same day in Covent-Garden for murdering Lieutenant Dalison. With a true account of their behaviour in Newgate from the time of their condemnation and last speeches at the place of execution
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- London : Printed for D. M., 1678
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