The bloody Whitsuntide: or the tragicall moneth

Publication Date1663
RemainderWherein is represented divers sad and lamentable murders, the like not heard of for these many years. The first, in Holborn, and Covent-Garden; with the true account, and full particulars. The second, near Pankridge Church on Sunday morning last, where a gentleman was found dead in the fields, his sword lying by him, and his doublet off, having about 20. pieces of gold besides silver, in his pockets. With the apprehending of Mr. Wise the dueller, and the committing of him to the presse yard and New-gate. The third, young man, who being jealous of his wife, prov'd her executioner. Together with the manner of the sad and lamentable accident that befel the shoe-makers boy at Bishops-Gate, and the splitting of his skull, and dashing his brains against the walls
Extent7, [1] p.
Publisherprinted for N. Rogers

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