The poysoners rewarded, or, The most barbarous of murthers, [microform] : directed and published. Containing a sad and lamentable account of the most treacherous poysoning a whole family at Plymouth, in the county of Devon, by the means of one Phillippa Cary a nurse, and Ann Evans a maid servant a main servant in the house; of which poysoing two dyed, &c. Together with the manner of its discovery, the confession of the criminals, the discourse they had with several ministers; their behaviour in prison, at their tryal, and place execution, with the manner thereof. And many other things remarkable

[London] : Printed by J. M. for C. Dennison ..., 1687.
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15 [i.e. 16] p.
Early English books, 1641-1700 ; 2870:44.

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