The reverend Mr. Penrose's account of the behaviour, confession, and last dying words, of the four malefactors who were executed at St. Michael's Hill at Bristol, on Wednesday the 15th of April, 1741, [electronic resource] : viz. Samuel Goodere, Esq; Commander of the Ruby Man of War. Matthew Mahony, And, Charles White. All three for the Murder of Sir John Dinely Goodere, Bart. A Worcestershire Gentleman of 4000 l. a Year. And Jane Williams, for the Murder of her Bastard Child. With copy of the Papers that Captain Goodere deliver'd to the Rev. Divine who attended him at the Place of Execution. .
- Bristol : printed and sold by the booksellers in Bristol, and by Eliz. Applebee, at Caleb D'anvers's Head in the Old Bailey, London, 
16p. ; 4⁰.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 1.
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