A genuine account

Publication Date1746
Remainderof the lives, behaviour, confession, and dying words of the five rebels, (viz.) Sir John Wedderburne, Bart. Life-Guardman. John Hamilton, pretended Governor of Carlisle. James Bradshaw, of Manchester, Warehouseman. Andrew Wood, Capt. in Roy-Stuart's Regiment: And Alexander Lieth, Capt. in Glenbucket's Regiment. Who were Executed at Kennington-Common in the County of Surry', on Friday the 28th Day of November, 1746, for High-Treason. To which is added a narrative of their Trials. And to the Whole is annex'd, A brief Account of the trials, &c. of the other Seventeen Rebel Officers, who are by his Majesty's Clemency respited from Execution for Six Weeks longer.
Publisherprinted for J. Nicholson in the Old-Baily; and sold at all the Pamphlet-shops in London and Westminster; and by the News-Sellers

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