A genuine account of the confession and dying words of William Farrer, who was executed at Chelmsford in Essex, on Friday, the 20th of August, 1747, for robbing Mr. Thomas Rowell, messenger to the King of Sardinia, on the highway

Publication Date1747
RemainderTo which is added, an impartial narrative of Mathias Keys and Thomas Giles, who were condemn'd at Chelmsford Assizes, and are under sentence of death for the highway
PublisherPrinted for T. Ward in the Old-Baily; and sold at all the Pamphletshops in London and Westminster; and by the news-sellers


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