The case of Mr. Daniel Kimberly :
attorney at law, executed at Dublin, May, 27, 1730. For assisting Bradock Mead to marry Bridget Reading an heiress. Contained in his declaration and dying-words, deliver'd to the Revd. Mr. Derry, at the place of execution, and recommended to Dean Percival, John Hacket Esq. ; ... to see it publish'd ... To which is added, an account of a rape committed on the body of Susannah Runcard, by Dr. Sawbridge, Dean of Ferns, for which he was arraign'd at Dublin, June 2 ... With an excellent new ballad from Ireland [:or, the true En---sh D--n [English Dean, i.e. T. Sawbridge] to be hang'd for a r-pe [rape. By Jonathan Swift]].
|Main Creator:||Kimberly, Daniel.|
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[London] : Printed at Dublin, and re-printed and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster, 
Physical description: 24 p. ; 12mo
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