Sundrye strange and inhumaine murthers, lately committed [microform] : the first of a father that hired a man to kill three of his children neere to Ashford in Kent, the second of Master Page of Plymouth, murthered by the consent of his owne wife : with the strange discouerie of sundrie other murthers, wherein is described the odiousnesse of murther, with the vengeance which God inflicteth on murtherers

Printed at London : By Thomas Scarlet, 1591.
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[16] p.
Early English books, 1475-1640 ; 1800:13.

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