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1773, Law speech, confession & dying words of John Wall
The last speech which contained the confession and dying words of prisoner John Wall, executed for counterfeiting currency in Albany, New York on
April 2, 1773. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of titles originally held by the Connecticut Historical Society Library).
Title:   The last speech, confession and dying words, of John Wall Lovey : Who was executed at Albany, on Friday the 2d of April, 1773 for counterfeiting the currency of the province of New-York.
OCLC Number:   62812958
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