The Troubled-spirited mans departing: or, a wonderful relation of the wilfull murder committed by Thomas Mince, late of Collonel Whaley's regiment, upon his own person, in the parish of Saint Giles Cripplegate, London, on Thursday the 17 of March. With the true copy of a letter written by his own hand, left with his wife immediatly before he committed the fact, directed, to all the saints of the most high God. Wherein he makes known unto them some reasons of his discontent & laboureth to justifiethe [sic] fact, with his strange opinions, the act of killing himself, and other things very observable, as they were proved upon oath before the coroners inquest on Friday the 18 of March. Licensed according to the late act for printing.
Printed by John Clowes,
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