The just reward of a debauched cavallier: or, The wicked and divellish intentions of one Thomas Browne a late cavallier, and now a prisoner in New-gate

Publication Date1643
Remainderbecause Redding was yeelded up upon a treaty and composition to the Parliaments forces. For which he hath lately made contract and articled with the divell, and would have given his soule and body for the injoyment of his lust and pleasure for 40. yeares, as in the whole story you may read in this ensuing booke. Which contract and agreement was found in his pocket by the constable and his watch in high Holburne, and being carried before Justice Lowder confessed his divellish intents; for which he was committed to New-gate, and there lyes to receive his tryall according to law, this next sessions in the Old Baily
Extent[8] p.
PublisherMay this 13th. Printed for I. Iackson

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