The Behaviour, confession, and execution of the twelve prisoners that suffered on Wednesday, the 22nd of Jan. 678/9 [i.e. 1678/9] viz. Robert Freeman, drawn and hang'd in Little-Britain for murdering his late master there : at Tyburn, George Brown, John Butler, Richard Mills, Christ. Bruncker, George Kenian, for a burglary and felony in Hatton-Garden, taking away 380 ounces of plate, besides rings and money, under pretence of searching for Papists : William Brain, for stealing a horse, having been burnt in the hand before : Timothy Smith and Margaret Wells, for a burglary and felony in St. Giles : Will. Atkinson and William Tiney, for a burglary and felony in White-Chappel : Francis Jones, for a felony and burglary : giving a true account of their deportment in prison after sentence, and last words, as far as material, at execution / attested by Mr. Ordinary

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Freeman, Robert, d. 1679.; Prisoners - Great Britain - Early works to 1800.; Freeman, Robert, -1679.
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