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Weems, Mason Locke. God's revenge against murder; or The drown'd wife. A tragedy, as lately performed, with unbounded applause, (of the Devil and his court) by Ned Findley, Esquire, one of the grand company of tragedians in the service of the Black Prince, who was so highly gratified with Ned's performance, that he instantly provided him rooms in one of his own palaces; created him a knight of the most ignoble order of the halter, clapped bracelets on his wrists, and an ornament round his neck; and in a few days promoted him to the ridge pole of the gallows, at Edgefield Court-House, South Carolina. By M.L. Weems, of Lodge no. 50, Dumfries. Tenth Edition, Enlarged—Price, 25 cents.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 21845, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/21845. Accessed 2024-04-25.

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