The bloody inkeeper, or Sad and barbarous news from Glocester-shire : being a true relation how the bodies of seven men and women were found murthered in a garden belonging to a house in Putley near Glocester. With the strange and miraculous manner how the same was discovered by a smith that lately took the house, digging to set up his anvil, and finding a knife in one of the bodies.
- London : printed with allowances, 1675.
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