The most lamentable and deplorable accident, which on Friday last June 22. befell Laurence Cawthorn a buccher in St. Nicholas Shambles in Newgate Market

Publication Date1661
Remainderwho being suspected to be dead, by the two [sic] hasty covetousness and cruelty of his land-lady Mrs. Cook in Pincock-lane, was suddenly and inhumanely buryed. Together with the report of his moving of the body as it was carrying by the bearers to his grave, and the treating of his winding sheet with his own hands, and the lamentable shrieks and groans he made on the Saturday and Sunday following. As also the examination and commitment of his land-lord and land-lady by the Lord Mayor to the prison of Newgate; and opening the grave, the body exposed to publick view on the Munday following. And the virdict and sentence which the jury passed upon the sight of the body, & the examination of several witnesses following.
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