The tryal of Philip Standsfield, son to Sir James Standsfield of New-Milns for the murther of his father, and other crimes libell'd against him, Feb. 7. 1688. For which he had judgment, that on the [15th ...] betwixt the hours of two and four in the afternoon, to be carried to the Mercat-Cross of Edinburgh, and hang'd on a gibbet, until he be dead; his tongue to be cut out and burnt on a scaffold; and his right-hand to be cut off, and affixt on the east gate of Hedington, and his body to be hung in chains. Which doom and sentence was accordingly put to due execution upon the said Philip Standsfield. Published by authority.
Edinburgh: printed by the heir of Andrew Anderson, printer to the King's most sacred Majesty, anno Dom. 1688. With allowance to be reprinted at London; and are to be sold by Richard Baldwin,
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