The gardner at the gallows: for buggerie laid to his charge

Publication Date1667
RemainderBeing 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, 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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