The life and penitent death of John Mawgridge, gent [electronic resource] : Who was Executed for the Murder of Captain Cope. Penn'd from his own Account [sic] of himself, and approv'd of by him, before his Death. Wherein contain'd a true State of the Case of the Murder for which he dy'd; with an Account of the Tryal, and the Judges Opinions upon the Special Verdict; with his own Sentiments of that Matter. His Escape out of the Queen's-Bench: How he liv'd in Flanders, and was brought over; with his farther Usage to his Execution. His Manner of Behaviour during his last Imprisonnement. With Reflexions on the Whole. .
- London : printed and sold by H. Hills, in Black-Friars, near the Water-Side. For the Benefit of the Poor, 1708.
16p. ; 8⁰.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 1.
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