2 edition of The true account of the behaviour and confession of Alice Millikin found in the catalog.
The true account of the behaviour and confession of Alice Millikin
by printed by E. Mallet, next door to Mr. Shipton"s Coffee-house at Fleet-Bridge in [London
Written in English
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2002:19|
|Contributions||Smith, Samuel, 1620-1698.|
|The Physical Object|
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The true account of the behaviour and confession of Alice Millikin: who was burnt in Smithfield on Wednesday the 2d. of June, For high-treason, in clipping the Kings coin. [Samuel Smith;].
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Friday] Decemb., 16, at Tyburn. The true account of the behaviour and confession of Alice Millikin who was burnt in Smithfield on Wednesday the 2d. of June, For high-treason, in clipping the Kings coin.
By Author: Samuel Smith. THE TRUE ACCOUNT OF THE BEHAVIOUR AND CONFESSION Of the Criminals, Condemned on Saturday the 22th.
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