The secret history of Miss Blandy, from her first appearance at Bath, to her execution at Oxford, April 6, 1752 [electronic resource] : containing an account of her several lovers before her fatal engagements with Cranstoun, of her behaviour during his intercourse with her and of the imprudent conduct of her parents in that affair : communicated to a gentleman at Henley by some of her domestics and confirm'd by herself in prison after her sentence : with a true state of the evidence for and against her by which it will appear, there was sufficient ground for her condemnation, notwithstanding any probability of her innocence : likewise a genuine copy of the printed advertisement of a love-powder, distributed at London, Henley, and elsewhere, which might help to deceive this unhappy woman and an appendix, containing an authentic relation, attested by unquestionable authority, of a most astonishing scene of imposture at Woodstock, infinitely surpassing the music and other supernatural tricks played in the late unfortunate Mr. Blandy's house at Henley.

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Main Author: Blandy, Mary, 1720-1752
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