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Executions and executioners -- Massachusetts -- Cambridge.
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    E-RESOURCE 1784

The American bloody register: containing a true and complete history of the lives, last words, and dying confessions of three of the most noted criminals that have ever made their exit from a stage in America, viz. Richard Barrick and John Sullivan,

   
Boston: : Printed and sold by E. Russell, at his office next door below Liberty-Pole; where great allowance is made to purchasers by the quantity.,        30, [2] p. : ill. ; 18 cm. (8vo) 1784
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    E-RESOURCE 1738

The dying lamentation and advice of Philip Kennison, who was executed at Cambridge in New-England (for burglary) on Friday the 15th day of September, 1738. In the 28th year of his age. / [electronic resource] : All written with his own hand, a few da

    Kennison, Philip, 1710 or 11-1738.
Boston, : Printed and sold [by Thomas Fleet] at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill: where may be had a narrative of his life, written with his own hand.,        1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 32 cm. (fol.) 1738
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    E-RESOURCE 1757

The last words and dying speech of John Harrington, aged 43 years. Who was executed at Cambridge, March 17, 1757, for the murder of Paul Learned. / [electronic resource] :

    Harrington, John, 1713?-1757.
[Boston : Printed by Edes and Gill] Sold next to the prison, in Queen-Street,,        1 sheet ([1] p.) 1757
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    E-RESOURCE 1785

The lives and dying confessions of Richard Barrick, and John Sullivan, high-way robbers. Together with the last words of Alexander White, murderer and pirate, who were executed at Cambridge, on Thursday, November 18, 1784. / [electronic resource] :

    Barrick, Richard, 1763-1784.
Printed and sold at Worcester [Mass.]. : Sold also by Edward Houghton, post-rider.,        12 p. ; 17 cm. (12mo) 1785
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    E-RESOURCE 1738

The serious consideration, that God will visit and judge men for sin, would be a happy means to keep them from it. A sermon preach'd at Cambridge, September 15th. 1738. On occasion of the execution of Philip Kennison, for the crime of burglary. / [el

    Williams, William, 1688-1760.
Boston: : Printed and sold by Thomas Fleet, at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill; where may be had the Narrative of Kennison's life, written by himself.,        23, [1] p. ; 19 cm. (8vo) 1738
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    E-RESOURCE 1738

The serious consideration, that God will visit and judge men for sin, would be a happy means to keep them from it. : A sermon preach'd at Cambridge, September 15th. 1738. On occasion of the execution of Philip Kennison, for the crime of burglary. By

    Williams, William, 1688-1760.
Boston : Printed and sold by Thomas Fleet, at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill; where may be had the Narrative of Kennison's life, written by himself,        23,1 unnumbered page ; 8⁰ 1738
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