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The Most vile and lamentable confession of Hugh Peters of all his bloody advices given to the late Oliver Cromwel, [electronic resource] : touching all the horrid murders committed upon those martyrs whose names are all herein specified, immediately after his apprehension neer Horsly-down, Sept.4. Together with a conference between him and Sir Henry Martin, now in the Tower of London. Sing hey homy honey, my heart shall never rue, twenty four traytors now for a penny, and into the bargain Hugh.

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Names: Peters, Hugh, | Marten, Henry,
Published: London Printed, : for John Andrews at the white-Lyon near Pie-Corner, [1660]
Series: Thomason tracts.
Topics: Regicides - England - Early works to 1800. | Peters, Hugh, 1598-1660 - Early works to 1800. | Marten, Henry, 1602-1680 - Early works to 1800. | Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658 - Early works to 1800.
Online Access: Early English Books Online - Full text
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Location & Availability for: The Most vile and lamentable confession