Murder will out: an impartial narrative of the notorious wicked life of Capt. Harrison

Publication Date1692
Remainderwho was arraign'd, try'd, and convicted, at the sessions-house in the Old-Baily, on Wednesday last, the sixth instant, for the late barbarous, cruel, and unheard of murder of Doctor Clench. Giving a particular account of his birth, parentage, and education; of his first coming to London, and his being clerk to Sir J. O. of Grays-Inn; of his cheating a Royal Oak lottery-man at Tunbridge of eight hundred pounds; of his going a commission officer against the Duke of Monmouth in the west, and his rascally behaviour towards the said Duke, when he suffered on Tower-Hill; of his lately frequenting several ill houses, and bad company: and lastly, of the motives and reasons that induced him to commit the said barbarous and unheard of murder, on the body of the said doctor: wit the manner of it, and the true causes of its discovery. Licensed according to order
Extent8 p.
PublisherPrinted for Ed. Golding by Temple-Barr

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