The English Gusman; or The history of that unparallel'd thief James Hind

Publication Date1652
RemainderWherein is related I. His education and manner of life; also a full relation of all the severall robberies, madd pranks, and handsom jests done by him. II. How at Hatfield he was enchanted by a witch for three years of space; and how she switch'd his horse with a white rod, and gave him a thing like a sun-dial, the point of which should direct him which way to take when persued. And III. His apprehension, examination at the councel of state, commitment to the gatehouse, and from thence t Newgate; his arraignment at the Old Baily; and the discourse betwext his father, his wife and himself in Newgate. With several cuts to illustrate the matter. Written by G. F
Extent[10], 46, [2] p.
Publisherprinted by T.N. for George Latham Junior; and are to be sold at the Bishops-Head in Paul's Church-Yard



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