A full and true account of a most vile, barbarous and unnatural murder, committed on the body of the worshipful Justice Parry, Esq

Publication Date1700
Remainderwho with one of his own sons, two of his sons in law, and the husband of his wife's daughters, had been all at a tavern near the playhouse by Covent Garden, taking a parting glass, on the occasion of the Esquire was going for France the Monday following, & came out as twas thought very friendly, yet notwithstanding, one of the company stab'd him to the heart, on Friday night between eight and nine of the clock, being the the 15th of this instant, 1700. The aforesaid unfortunate gentleman lived at the upper end of Lincolns-Inn-Fields next Holborn, but the account you may take as follows.
Extent1 sheet ([1] p.)
Publisherprinted for H. Smith, near Temple-Bar


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