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The Resource [A warning for all wicked livers] : By the example of Richard Whitfield, and M. Gibs who were two notorious offenders, and both of one company, which two men made a daily practise, and got their livings by robbing and stealing both on the high-ways, and in any other places where they came, but were at last taken, apprehended and condemned to dye for robbing of a coach, & murdering of a captains man at Shooters-Hil, in Kent, some five or six miles from London, and for that offence and others, Gibs was prest to death at Maidstone in Kent, and Whitfield was hanged in chains on Shooters-Hil, where he did the bloody deed, the 27th. of March, 1655. The manner how shall be exactly related in this ditty. The tune is, Ned Smith, (electronic resource)

[A warning for all wicked livers] : By the example of Richard Whitfield, and M. Gibs who were two notorious offenders, and both of one company, which two men made a daily practise, and got their livings by robbing and stealing both on the high-ways, and in any other places where they came, but were at last taken, apprehended and condemned to dye for robbing of a coach, & murdering of a captains man at Shooters-Hil, in Kent, some five or six miles from London, and for that offence and others, Gibs was prest to death at Maidstone in Kent, and Whitfield was hanged in chains on Shooters-Hil, where he did the bloody deed, the 27th. of March, 1655. The manner how shall be exactly related in this ditty. The tune is, Ned Smith, (electronic resource)

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[A warning for all wicked livers] : By the example of Richard Whitfield, and M. Gibs who were two notorious offenders, and both of one company, which two men made a daily practise, and got their livings by robbing and stealing both on the high-ways, and in any other places where they came, but were at last taken, apprehended and condemned to dye for robbing of a coach, & murdering of a captains man at Shooters-Hil, in Kent, some five or six miles from London, and for that offence and others, Gibs was prest to death at Maidstone in Kent, and Whitfield was hanged in chains on Shooters-Hil, where he did the bloody deed, the 27th. of March, 1655. The manner how shall be exactly related in this ditty. The tune is, Ned Smith
Title
[A warning for all wicked livers]
Title remainder
By the example of Richard Whitfield, and M. Gibs who were two notorious offenders, and both of one company, which two men made a daily practise, and got their livings by robbing and stealing both on the high-ways, and in any other places where they came, but were at last taken, apprehended and condemned to dye for robbing of a coach, & murdering of a captains man at Shooters-Hil, in Kent, some five or six miles from London, and for that offence and others, Gibs was prest to death at Maidstone in Kent, and Whitfield was hanged in chains on Shooters-Hil, where he did the bloody deed, the 27th. of March, 1655. The manner how shall be exactly related in this ditty. The tune is, Ned Smith
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Subject
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Language
eng
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Cataloging source
Cu-RivES
Citation location within source
  • P3388A
  • BR f 821.04 B49[32]
Citation source
  • Wing (CD-ROM, 1996)
  • Early English books tract supplement interim guide
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Ned Smith
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fl. 1625-1680?
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L. P.
Illustrations
illustrations
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Retribution
  • Thieves
Target audience
general
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[A warning for all wicked livers] : By the example of Richard Whitfield, and M. Gibs who were two notorious offenders, and both of one company, which two men made a daily practise, and got their livings by robbing and stealing both on the high-ways, and in any other places where they came, but were at last taken, apprehended and condemned to dye for robbing of a coach, & murdering of a captains man at Shooters-Hil, in Kent, some five or six miles from London, and for that offence and others, Gibs was prest to death at Maidstone in Kent, and Whitfield was hanged in chains on Shooters-Hil, where he did the bloody deed, the 27th. of March, 1655. The manner how shall be exactly related in this ditty. The tune is, Ned Smith, (electronic resource)
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  • Signed: LP [i.e. Laurence Price]
  • Verse: "Of two notorious thieves ..."
  • Date of publication suggested by Wing
  • Imperfect: cropped and torn affecting title; most of right half wanting
  • Reproduction of original in the British Library
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file reproduced from microform
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black and white
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1 sheet ([1] p.)
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electronic
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ill. (woodcuts)
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cl2105000001
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Electronic reproduction.
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remote
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[A warning for all wicked livers] : By the example of Richard Whitfield, and M. Gibs who were two notorious offenders, and both of one company, which two men made a daily practise, and got their livings by robbing and stealing both on the high-ways, and in any other places where they came, but were at last taken, apprehended and condemned to dye for robbing of a coach, & murdering of a captains man at Shooters-Hil, in Kent, some five or six miles from London, and for that offence and others, Gibs was prest to death at Maidstone in Kent, and Whitfield was hanged in chains on Shooters-Hil, where he did the bloody deed, the 27th. of March, 1655. The manner how shall be exactly related in this ditty. The tune is, Ned Smith, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Signed: LP [i.e. Laurence Price]
  • Verse: "Of two notorious thieves ..."
  • Date of publication suggested by Wing
  • Imperfect: cropped and torn affecting title; most of right half wanting
  • Reproduction of original in the British Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
eebo99887562
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 sheet ([1] p.)
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Level of compression
lossless
Other physical details
ill. (woodcuts)
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl2105000001
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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