A brief history of the memorable passages and transactions, that have attended the life, and untimely death, of the unfortunate Sr. John Johnston who was executed at Tyburn on the 23th [sic] of December, 1690. for stealing Mrs. Mary Wharton. Together with his behaviour in prison, and what he wrote there touching the matter for which he dyed: with his pious exhortations, and dying expressions, &c. With a short elegy, written by an impartial hand, upon this melancholy occasion. Licensed according to order

London : Printed for J. Millet, at the sign of the Angel in Little-Brittain, 1690

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