A true and perfect relation of three inhumane murders committed by William Blisse alias Watts, of the parish of Mims in the county of Middlesex, upon the bodies of Will. Johnson his near kinsman, and Robert Porter servant to Mr. Nichols. Also the manner how he killed, robbed and striped a drovers boy, as he was going to Market-street. With the wonderful discovery of the murtherer. Likewise the sentence of death pronounced against him at the sessions-house in the Old Bayly, London, Feb. 28. 1672. and the manner of his execution, which is to be at the Round-about-house near Kicksend.
printed in the year 1672 [i.e. 1673]
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