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Laws, Mary. The last dying speech, of Miss Mary Laws, near Dereham in Norfolk. Being a full and particular account of her most cruelly and barbarously poisoning her father, Sir J. Laws, for the love of a young man, after she had travelled four years abroad. Likewise, her last dying speech and confession at the place of execution, which was at the last assizes at Norwich. She was attended during that dreadful ceremony by a hearse and three mourning coaches. During which time, was sung the lamentation of a sinner, till after she was cut down.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 6571, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/6571. Accessed 2024-03-02.

@book{ wphp_6571
  author={Laws,Mary},
  year={1790},
  title={The last dying speech, of Miss Mary Laws, near Dereham in Norfolk. Being a full and particular account of her most cruelly and barbarously poisoning her father, Sir J. Laws, for the love of a young man, after she had travelled four years abroad. Likewise, her last dying speech and confession at the place of execution, which was at the last assizes at Norwich. She was attended during that dreadful ceremony by a hearse and three mourning coaches. During which time, was sung the lamentation of a sinner, till after she was cut down.},
  publisher={s.n. [sine nomine]},
  address={Norwich},    }

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