2 edition of The Glocestershire tragedy found in the catalog.
The Glocestershire tragedy
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 6463, no. 06.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||12|
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The Glocestershire tragedy: being an account of Miss Mary Smith, of Thornbury, who poisoned her father, Sir John Smith, for love of a young man.
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The Glocestershire tragedy.: Being an account of Miss Mary Smith in Thornbury, who poisoned her father, Sir John Smith, for love of a young man. With an account of her trial and dying speech, at the place of execution, which was in Gloucester The Glocestershire tragedy book place at the last Assises.
The Gloucestershire tragedy ; being an account of Miss Mary Smith, in Thornbury, who poison'd her father Sir John Smith, for love of a young man. - With an account of her trial, and dying speech at the place of execution, which was in Gloucester Market-place.
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