News from Chelmsford. A perfect account of the tryals and condemnation of the grand and notorious highway-men Thomas Chavenor that sometime since made an escape out of Newgate, and was lately retaken, and now convicted for robbing certain excise-men of eleven hundred pounds; Michael Pursell, found guilty upon three several indictments for robbing of clothiers upon the highway of great sums of money, at the assizes held for the county of Essex the 4th, 5th, and 6th of this instant March 1677/8. With a narrative of other remarkable proceedings at the said assizes. And the number of those condemn'd, burnt in the hand, and transported. This may be printed. Ro. L'Estrange.
printed for D.M.,
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