A true narrative (in a letter written to Col. B.R. an Honorable Member of Parliament:) of the apprehension of the grand traytor, Thomas Scot: wherein is shewn, his arrtifice [sic] and subtil endeavours to shun his apprehension, and wherein he hath judged himself not worthy of any mercy for that detestable murder of His late Majesty of ever blessed memory. Published by authority.
printed by Matthew Inman, and are to be sold by James Magnes in Russel Street in Covent Garden,
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