The Just reward of perjury, or, The Mournful lamentation of Thomas Saxton : who was convicted of wilful perjury at the Kings-Bench-Bar, at Westminster, and accordingly received just sentence due to his crimes, which was to stand thrice in the pillory, to be whipt from Ludgate to Westminster, and on Fryday being the 19th of this instant, to be whiped from Newgate to Tyburn : to the tune of, Russels farewel

London : Printed for J. Deacon ..., 1687?

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