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Download An Account of Oliver Hawley and John Condon who were executed at Tyburn
An Account of Oliver Hawley and John Condon who were executed at Tyburn on Friday the 2d of July for robing His Majesties male near Ilford in the county of Essex.
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As recorded in the Annals, John Price, the Tyburn hangman, was executed in Bunhill-Fields for murder in In August,John Meff was executed at Tyburn. At a previous date, not mentioned, he had been condemned to death for housebreaking, but, as he was going to Tyburn, the hangman, bearing the generic name of “Jack Ketch,” was arrested.
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