The full discovery of the late horrid murther and robbery in Holbourn, [microform] : being the apprehension, examination, and commitment of John Randal: formerly butler to Esq; Black, where the same was done. : VVith his confession of the fact, and all particular circumstances before Sir William Turner: the finding of forty pounds vvorth of plate in his trunk at his lodging in White-Cross-Street. And hovv he came to be taken at the razor-shop, next door to Esq; Blacks aforesaid house, coming for three razors vvhich he left there the day that he did the murther

[S.l.] Printed for John Millet., 1674.
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Early English books, 1641-1700 ; 2655:24.

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