A full relation of the birth, parentage, education, life and conversation of Mrs. Margaret Martel the barbarous French-woman : who was executed over against the Meuse-Gate, near Charing-Cross, on Friday the 16th of this instant July, 1697. for a most bloody murther committed by her on the body of Madam Pullen, &c. Wherein is fully and impartially related her youthful roguries, love-intriegues, carriage and deportment; her behaviour to her parents, the true occasion of her coming to England, with her whole carriage and manner of living her [sic] till the time of her death. To which is added, a true account of the paper she delivered at the place of execution to the sheriffs of London and Middlesex. Licens'd according to order.

London : printed and sold by J. Bradford in New-street without Bishopsgate, 1697.
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Martel, Margaret, -1697.
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