Broadside Ballads: England



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Set forth in the confession and plain conviction of Bezaleel Knowles, a young Quaker, about 17: Who, before the learned, righteous and honourable Judge Sir Michael Foster, was try'd at York, on Saturday, March 24 1753, found guilty, and sentenc'd to be executed [ill.] the 16th, between 8 and 12, for the horrid, barbarous and almost unparallell'd Murder of Mrs. Dorothy Gibson, late of Knaresborough, on the 25th of January last.

Subject Headings (Library of Congress)

Crime; Executions and executioners; Murderers; Popular music -- England -- 18th century;

Relational Format


Original Format

broadsides (notices); songs (documents)

Original Collection

Kenneth Goldstein Collection, Archives and Special Collections, University of Mississippi Libraries


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A Pious Warning to all Wicked and Impenitent Sinners



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