A COLLECTION OF DYING SPEECHES OF ALL THOSE PEOPLE CALL'D TRAYTORS, EXECUTED IN THIS REIGN FROM COLONEL HENRY OXBURGH, TO THE LATE MR. JAMES SHEPHEARD. TO WHICH IS ADDED, SOME OF THE SPEECHES LEFT BY THE LIKE SORT OF PEOPLE EXECUTED IN FORMER TIMES, FOR MEN TO JUSTIFY THEIR OWN CONDUCT ON ALL OCCASIONS, EVEN TO THE LAST.
London: Printed and sold by W. Boreham, 1718. 71, pages. 7 1/2 x 4 1/2 inches. Extracted; title soiled and coming loose. With ink signature and number on title. Item #3372
Only edition. The introduction and commentary are by Daniel Defoe, according to ESTC T30902.