A genuine narrative of the life and surprising robberies and adventures of William Page

Publication Date1758
RemainderWho was executed on Pennenden-Heath, near Maidstone in Kent, on Thursday the 6th of April, 1758. For robbing Capt. Farrington, near Black-Heath, with an Account of his several Robberies by his Accomplice, viz. Of his desperate Engagement with Capt. Jasper, whom he robb'd on Hounslow-Heath. Of his robbing the Hon. Taylor White, a Welch Judge, on the Circuit. His unsuccessful Attempt on Lord Downe, in which he was dangerously wounded. His famous Robbery of the East-India Company's Supercargo, on Shooter's-Hill, with many other Robberies he committed on the Highway, during the Course of twelve Years. Together, With his several Trials at the Old Bailey, Hertford, and Rochester. With a Consolatory Letter to his Wife, sent the Morning of his Execution, and another to his Mother at Hampton. Also, a short account of John Birt the soldier, who was executed with Page. for breaking into the Dwelling-House of Mr. Bacon in Rochester. With two copper plates
Publisherprinted for M. Cooper; at the Globe in Pater-Noster-Row, and H. Owen, at the Britannia Printing Office, White-Friers, Fleet-Street


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