A true narrative of three wicked and bloody murthers committed in three several months the first was at Oxford, committed by Thomas Hovell, a taylor; upon the body of John White, a schollar of Bealy-Colledge, through covetousness for his money. The second in London, done by a young lady upon her lover, by reason he had promis'd her marriage, and got her with child, she went to pistol him, but failing in that, she stabb'd him with a pen-knife. The third was done by a victualler on Bednal-Green, within two miles of London; who comming home late, run his wife through with a rapier, she being bigg of her first child. The reasons of these murthers, and how they was acted, the book within does more largely make mention.
Printed for L. White, in White-Cross-Street, 1680. With allowance,
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