The life of James Aitken, commonly called John the Painter, an incendiary, [electronic resource] : who was tried at the castle of Winchester, on Thursday the 7th day of March, 1777, and convicted of setting fire to His Majesty's dock-yard, at Portsmouth Exhibiting a detail of Facts of the utmost Importance to Great Britain. The Whole faithfully taken down from the convict's own mouth, on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, preceding his Execution. Published by Authority

Winton : printed by J. Wilkes, sold by S. Crowder, G. Robinson, and R. Baldwin, Pater-Noster-Row, and T. Evans in the Strand, [1777]
Physical description
64p., plate ; 8⁰.
Eighteenth century collections online.
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