The bawdy-house tragedy: or the mischief that attends lewd company. : Being an impartial account of the Barbarous murther of Mrs. Mary Duckenfield, a woman past her reckning, who came to fetch her husband from a disorderly house at the end of Castle-street at the back-side of Little St. Martin's-Lane. Shewing, how they barbarously and immodestly abus'd her body, and how the little infant sprung, mov'd and stirrd in her belly, &c. With her husbands being apprehended, and committed to Newgate.

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Mischief that attends lewd company
London : Printed and sold by J. Read near Fleet-street, 1698.
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