The dying speeches and behaviour of the several state prisoners that have been executed the last 300 years. :
With their several characters from the best historians, ... and a table shewing how the respective sentences were executed ... : Being a proper supplement to the state-tryals.
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London : printed for J. Brotherton, and W. Meadows; F. Clay; C. Rivington; and J. Graves, 1720.
Both pp. *483-*486 and pp. 483-486 are listed in the 'Alphabetical table of the names of the persons, whose speeches .. are contain'd in this book.'.
The last speech of Oliver Plunket, pp. 374-83.
Physical description: ,482,*483-*486,483-495,p. ; 8vo
Citations/References: Goldsmiths', 5916
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