The trial at large

Publication Date1759
RemainderBehaviour, and Dying Declaration, of Mary Edmondson, Who was Try'd and Convicted at the Assizes held at Kingston upon Thames, in Surry, on Saturday, the Thirty-First Day of March, 1759. For the Murder of Mrs. Susanna Walker, Widow, her Aunt, At Rotherhith, on the 23d Day of February last. With an Authentic and Genuine Narrative Of that unfortunate young Woman, from her Commitment to the New Goal in Southwark, to her Execution at Kennington-Common, on Monday, the Second Day of April, 1759. And Copies of some Papers that she delivered at the Stockhouse Prison at Kingston just before she set out for the Place of Execution.
Publisherprinted for John Leage, at the Mitre and Rose in the Old-Baily; and sold at the pamphlet-shops, and by the news-carriers


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