A letter from the President of Calais to two gentlemen at London; with a relation of the confessions made by the murtherers of the English gentlemen. Together with the proceedings of Mons. D'Omberval, councellor of the King in his councils, master of requests in ordinary of his houshould, and lieutenant general of the police of the city, provistship, and vicourty of Paris. Together with the judges holding the presidial seat of justice for the chatlet of Paris; with the sentence of condemnation given by them against Joseph Bizeau, and Peter le Febvre, for the robberie and assassinations by them committed near Calais, the 21st of september last, ... Translated from the original French

Publication Date1724
Publisherprinted for Edward Symon, against the Royal Exchange in Cornhill; and sold by J. Roberts, in Warwick-Lane

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