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A true and perfect narrative of the tryal and acquitment of Mr. John Satterthwayt, at the assizes held at Kingston, March 13. being accused for firing the house of Mr. Peter Delanoy, Dyer in Southwark. Written with his own hand, in a letter to his friend in London.
[London, 1679/80]. 1680 - Folio. 4pp. Disbound. Wing T 2537, L, OW, CF, HH, LNC; CH, CSS, MH, WF. Satterthwayt, a soldier and one of the King's guards, was committed to the Marshalsea on the evidence of one Margaret Clark, for setting fire to the house of Peter Delanoy a dyer of Southwark a fact which, he writes, has already been "made publick to the world, by our infallible, unerring, Protestant News-monger." In the event Margaret Clark was convicted and Satterthwayt acquitted of the crime. Since the text seems to have been written throughout by Satterthwayt it should perhaps be more properly listed in Wing under his name.
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