The gardner at the gallows

Publication Date1667
Remainderfor buggerie laid to his charge. Being a true narrative of a strange and admirable passage of Gods providence in the reprieve of Thomas Rivers gardner, living at St. Giles in Southampton buildings; who being indicted for buggering his apprentice Henry Wells, a lad about 15 years of age, was condemned on Friday the 13. of this instant December, at the Old-Bayly sessions, and drawn to Tyburn the Wednesday following, about 10 a clock; where being tied up, the lad and his mother being present, they declare the wrong they had done him; and who thereupon was reprieved. Also the passages between the master and servant when brought back. Written by one who was an eye and ear witness
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