The female parricide [electronic resource] : being a circumstantial relation of the cruel poisoning of Francis Blandy, gent., late town-clerk of Henley upon Thames, in the county of Oxford, by his only daughter Mary Blandy, as it was prov'd against her at the assizes held at Oxford, on Tuesday, March 3, 1752, where she was found guilty of the same, and received sentence of death, and executed at Oxford, on Monday the 6th of April following : to which are added, A letter from a clergyman to Miss Blandy, after receiving sentence of death, and her answer thereto, as also an account of her behaviour at the place of execution : likewise, A relation of the death of Capt. Cranston, the principal contriver of this murder at Furnes, near Dunkirk, in Flanders.

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Main Author: Blandy, Mary, 1720-1752
Other title:MOML trials online.
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Published: [London?] : [publisher not identified], [1772?]


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