The Triumphs of Gods Revenge Against the Crying and Execrable Sin of Wilful and Premeditated Murther with His Miraculous Discoveries and Severe Punishment Thereof, in Thirty Several Tragical Histories; In Six Books the Seventh Edition
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Originally published in 1621 as: The triumphs of Gods revenge, against the crying, and execrable sinne of murther. Titlepage in red and black. With an additional titlepage, engraved, bearing the imprint: London printed for C. Griffin and Sam: Keble. Ea
London: printed for C. Griffin, and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster, 1704. ,481, p.: ill.; 2