Old Bailey Proceedings front matter.
31st January 1679
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A true and perfect Relation Of the Tryal and Condemnation, Execution and last Speech of that unfortunate Gentleman Mr. Robert Foulks Late Minister of a Parish near Ludlow in Shropshire, who Received Sentence of Death in London, for Murder and Adultery, and accordingly was carried privately in a Coach to the place of Execution, on Fryday the last of January 1678/9

Also his behaviour in Prison, both before and after Sentence, with his Speech to the People at the place of Execution, and the words of his Text, Published for to satisfy all people that are incensed with base and foolish Reports on this unhappyman.

LIKEWISE

The Tryal, Condemnation and Execution of two grand Traytors, Will. Ireland and John Grove both Jesuits, being the persons that was hired to Kill his Majesty.

Let him that standeth take heed least he fall.

With Allowance.

Printed for L. White in White-cross street.

A Trew and perfect Relation of the Tryal and Condemnation, Execution and last Speech of that unfortunate Gentleman, Mr. Robert Foulks, later Minister &c.


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