Authentick memoirs of the wicked life and dying words of the late John Collington

Publication Date1750
Remainderof Throwleigh, in Kent; who was executed on Saturday, April 7, 1750, at Maidstone, for maliciously hiring John Stone and William Luckhurst, to set Fire to the Barn and Ricks of Mr. John Clarke; in which is a full and particular Account of his unheard-of Cruelties, Acts of Revenge, and Malice; particularly to his first Wife and Children, and Neighbours, where-ever he lived: Together with his Behaviour during his Confinement in Goal to the Time of his Execution, and his last Dying Words. To which is added, a full account of the life and dying words of John Stone, for setting Fire to the Barn and Ricks of the said Mr. John Clarke; as also those of John Williams for House-Breaking, and Francis Foster for robbing on the Highway, who were all three executed at the same Time with Collington
Extent12p.
LocationLondon
Publisherprinted for G. Griffith, the Corner of Elliot's Court, in the Little Old Bailey

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