The whole life and conversation

Publication Date1708
RemainderBirth, Parentage and Education of Mr. William Gregg. Who was Executed on Wednesday the 28th day of April, 1708 for High Treason: With his several Examinations and Confessions before the Committees of Lords. And also his Behaviour whilst under Condemnation in Newgate: And his last Dying Speech and Confession at the Place of Execution. To which is added, The Life of Mr. John Maugeridge the Kettle-Drumer, and Mr. David Bayley, The first for the Murder of Captain Cope at the Tower; and the latter for the Murder of his own Brother in Leicester-Fields; who were Executed at Tyburn on Wednesday the 28th of April. With their Tryals, Examinations, and Condemnation at the Sessions-House in the Old-Baily. Their Behaviour and Confessions, and last Dying Speeches at the Place of Execution. Paul Lorain, Ordinary
Publisherprinted for J. Rogers, in Fleet-Street



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