The last will and testament of Richard Brandon Esquire; heads-man, and hang-man to the pretended Parliament. With his severall legacies to the Parliament and Counsell of State. With a true relation of all his good quallities, also his ungodly life, and sudden death; and how before his end, the Devill appeared un-unto [sic] him, putting him in minde of the late good service he did for his masters the regicides in murdering their most gracious Soveraigne Lord, King Charles the first; with one Tench that provided hooks, pullyes and roaps to force him, now grievously troubled with a Devill, and consumes and rotts away. With divers instructions left to his executors William Lowe, and Sheeps-head Rafe. Justifyed by one Mr. Reynalds, and Mr. Carpenter, and divers of his neighbors. The cities new mark of honor.
Printed for the good of the State,
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