Murther upon murther or a true and faithful relation, of six horrid and bloody cruelties, and barbarous and unheard of murthers, and tragical villanies, lately committed in several counties of England. 1. A farmer, his wife and child, barbarously murthered in Cambridg-shire, by a bloody serving man. ... 6. An honest wealthy yeoman in York-shire, was murthered by a vvoman thief, that came with six men of the same profession, to rob the said yeomans house.
printed by W. D. for J. Conyers at the Black-Raven in Duck-Lane,
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