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Strange and bloody nevves from Miniard: or A bloodie massacre upon five Protestants by a company of papists, meeting them as they were going to Miniard to take ship for Ireland. Also how they first encountred them, and how after some discourse upon religion, cruelly murdered them. As also, how they were taken, and carryed to Bristow Castle. With the copy of a letter found in one of their dublets, directed to the Bishop of Canterburie. As it was credibly reported by a gentleman of good worth, being an eyewitness to the same, and by the swiftness of his horse, escaped their bloodie hands,
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The Cruel French lady, or, A True and perfect relation of the most execrable murthers committed by a French lady upon the persons of her own father, two brothers and sister, with a particular account how she contracted for 12,000 crowns with a French apothecary to extract poysons for her ... with the manner how they put them in use ... : together with an account how their devilish practice came to be discovered /
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A most execrable and barbarous murder done by an East-Indian devil, or a native of Java-Major, in the road of Bantam, aboard an English ship called the Coster, on the 22. of October last, 1641. Wherein is shewed how the wicked villain came to the said ship and hid himself till it was very dark, and then he mudrdered [sic] all the men that were a board, except the cooke, and three boyes. And lastly, how the murderer himselfe was justly requited. Captain William Minor being an eye-witnesse of this bloudy massacre.
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