A cruell murther committed lately upon the body of Abraham Gearsy

who liv"d in the Parish of Westmill, in the County of Harford; by one Robert Reeve, and Richard Reeve, both of the same Parish: for which fact Robert was prest to death, on Munday the 16. of March, and the Tuesday following Richard was hang"d; and after both of them were hang"d up in chaines, where now they doe remaine, to the affrightment of all beholders. 1635. To the tune of Fortune my Foe
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Ballads, English -- 17th century, Murder -- England -- Early works to
GenreEarly works to 1800
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 2123:488-489
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Pagination1 sheet ([2] p.)
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Open LibraryOL15431295M

Neare Harford lately was a murder done, O twas a cruell one, as ever was knowne. The good with evil herein was repaide, Him that did good the evil hath betraid, The world is lately growne to such a passe, That one may feare another in this case.

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This money is the cause of manies death, As twas the cause that one late lost his breath. A cruell murther committed lately upon the body of Abraham Gearsy: who liv'd in the Parish of Westmill, in the County of Harford ; by one Robert Reeve, and Richard Reeve, both of the same Parish: for which fact Robert was prest to death, on Munday the of March, and the Tuesday following Richard was hang'd ; and after both of them were hang'd up in chaines, where now they doe remaine.

A cruell murther committed lately upon the body of Abraham Gearsy: who liv'd in the Parish of Westmill, in the County of Harford; by one Robert Reeve, and Richard Reeve, both of the same Parish: for which fact Robert was prest to death, on Munday the of March, and the Tuesday following Richard was hang'd; and after both them were hang'd up in chaines, where now they doe remaine.

Neare Harford lately was a murder done, O twas cruell one, as ever was knowne. The good with evil herein was repaide, Him that did good the evil hath betraid, The world is lately growne to such a passe, That one may feare another in this case.

A cruell murther committed lately upon the body of Abraham / Gearsy, who liv'd in the Parish of Westmill, in the County of Harford; by one / Robert Reeve, and Richard Reeve, both of the same Parish: for which fact Robert was prest to / death, on Munday the of March, and the Tuesday following Richard was hang'd; and / after both them were hang'd up in chaines, where now they doe remaine, to the affright.

A cruell murther committed lately upon the body of Abraham Gearsy who liv'd in the Parish of Westmill, in the County of Harford; by one Robert Reeve, and Richard Reeve, both of the same Parish: for which fact Robert was prest to death, on Munday the of March, and the Tuesday following Richard was hang'd; and after both of them were hang'd up in chaines, where now they doe remaine.

A Cruell Murther Committed Lately Upon the Body of Abraham Gearsy. EBBA ID Murder, crime Saint Bernards Vision. or, A Briefe Discourse (Dialogue-Wise) betweene the Soule and the Body of a Damned Man Newly Deceased Laying Open the Faults of Each Other: with a Speech of the Divels in Hell EBBA ID Christian warning A Most Wonderful and Sad Judgment of.

The introduction to the Book of Abraham still maintains it was “Translated From The Papyrus, By Joseph Smith” (Pearl of Great Price, The Book of Abraham, Introduction). Current claims the Book of Abraham was not translated from the papyri deny over years of Mormon teaching on the subject (and the very words of Joseph himself).

Welcome to Execution Ballads, a database built by Dr Una McIlvenna, of hundreds of songs about crime and punishment across Europe from the sixteenth through the twentieth centuries. This database contains songs in English, French, German, Italian and - shortly - Dutch, with transcriptions of the songs, recordings, and where permission has been granted, images of the original songsheets and.

(22) Was carried by the angels into Abraham's bosomOf the three terms in common use among the Jews to express the future state of blessedness--(1) the Garden of Eden, or Paradise; (2) the Throne of Glory; (3) the bosom of Abraham--this was the most widely popular. It rested on the idea of a great feast, in which Abraham was the host.

An extended study of gender and crime in early modern England.

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It considers the ways in which criminal behaviour and perceptions of criminality were informed by ideas about gender and order, and explores their practical consequences for the men and women who were brought before the criminal courts. Abraham and Sarah clearly deceive the kings, speaking a truth (that Sarah is Abraham's sister), but purposely leaving out the relevant detail (that Sarah is also Abraham's wife).

Are the kings ethically in the clear. A cruell murther committed lately upon the body of Abraham Gearsy who liv'd in the Parish of Westmill, in the County of Harford; by one Robert Reeve, and Richard Reeve, both of the same Parish: for which fact Robert was prest to death, on Munday the of March, and the Tuesday following Richard was hang'd; and after both of them were hang'd up in chaines, where now they doe remaine, to the affrightment of.

As early as the title of the book we are provided with more details than were in the earlier version: The Most Cruell and Bloody Murther committed by an Inkeepers Wife, called Annis Dell, and her Sonne George Dell, Four yeeres since, on the bodie of a Childe, called Anthony James.

The reader has been provided with the names of the culprits (not. Abraham’s Trip to Egypt. After God delivered Abraham to the land of Canaan, God tested Abraham’s faith once again – this time Abraham Abraham had lived in Canaan, a great famine spread across the little rain fell and with little water for.

An original book examining the concept of the Devil in English culture between the Reformation and the end of the English Civil War. Nathan Johnstone looks at the ways in which beliefs about the nature of the Devil and his power in human affairs changed as a consequence of the Reformation, and its impact on religious, literary and political culture.

Without weakening in his faith, he faced the fact that his body was as good as dead--since he was about a hundred years old--and that Sarah's womb was also dead.

New Living Translation And Abraham’s faith did not weaken, even though, at about years of age, he figured his body was as good as dead—and so was Sarah’s womb. Genesis All of us have made mistakes in our life.

There are some things that we would do differently of we could do them over again. The second part of this chapter tells us the biggest mistake in Abraham’s life. What Abraham does in this chapter is shocking. The pagan Egyptian king looks better in this chapter than Abraham does.

Abraham's nephew Lot is kidnapped when Mesopotamian kings attack Sodom and other settlements. Abraham raises his own personal army, rescues Lot and other captives during a night attack, and presents part of the plunder to Melchizedek, priest of the Most High God, as a tithe.

TIMELINE FOR ABRAM (ABRAHAM) from the promise given at age 70 (Gen. ) until JACOB ARRIVES IN EGYPT - YEARS Not to Scale Gal. 18; Ex. 1st Covenant Gen. Left Haran Gen Gen Passed thru the land of Canaan.

Did Abraham commit adultery. Yes, sort of. He had conjugal relations with his wife’s handmaid, Hagar, who gave birth to his first child, Ishmael.

It isn’t the worst case of adultery but adultery it was. Here are the facts: Abraham, prompted by God, moved to. committed lately upon the body of Abraham Gearsy " in I, by Robert and Richard Reeve, which " Robert was prest to death, because that hee Would not be t-ide by God and the country.

But in drawing that conclusion, most of them overlook the full significance of what God said about Abraham’s obedience in Genesis Genesis Because that Abraham obeyed my voice, and kept my charge, my commandments, my statutes, and my laws. American King James Version ×, hundreds of years before God spoke to Moses and Israel at Mt.

Sinai: “Abraham obeyed me and kept my. Full text of "The Shakspere allusion-book: a collection of allusions to Shakspere from to " See other formats. In it she draws upon her book, Abraham on Trial: The Social Legacy of Biblical Myth, published by Princeton University Press in "Was Abraham ethical.

Should we admire his willingness to sacrifice his son?" Just so you know where I am going with this talk, my answer to both questions is an emphatic "No." But it will take a while for me to. Because Abraham and Haran, Sarah’s father, were brothers, Sarah was Abraham’s niece and thus could be called sister.

The accompanying pedigree chart shows this relationship. Another ancient custom that might shed light on the relationship permitted a woman to be adopted as a man’s sister upon their marriage to give her greater legal and.

Key to Genesis and a Pivotal Point in Redemptive History.

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The call of Abram in Genesis –9 is a pivotal point in redemptive history. According to Gordon Wenham, no section of Genesis is more significant than – i It is, as Bruce Waltke observes, “the thematic center of the Pentateuch.” ii While the first eleven chapters of Genesis focus primarily on the terrible.

18 Against hope Abraham believed in hope with the result that he became the father of many nations according to the pronouncement, “so will your descendants be.” 19 Without being weak in faith, he considered his own body as dead (because he was about one hundred years old) and the deadness of Sarah’s womb.

20 He did not waver in unbelief. Public health laws -- Scotland -- Edinburgh -- 17th century. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Public health laws -- Scotland -- Edinburgh; 17th centur. Start studying Bible-Abraham.

Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. And Abraham’s faith did not weaken, even though, at about years of age, he figured his body was as good as dead—and so was Sarah’s womb. NMB And he fainted not in the faith, nor yet considered his own body (which was now dead inasmuch as he was almost a hundred years old), nor yet that Sarah was past childbearing.Upon the we fell with the mayne of Florida, and were put in great danger upon Cape Fear.

The we Anchored at Wocokon, where the admiral had like to beene cast away, presently we sent to Wingina to Roanoak, and Master Arundel went to the mayne, with Manteo a salvage, and that day to Crooton.Abram then also took upon himself the care of his nephew Lot.

Also according to Jasher Abram spent a number of years living in the house of Shem being taught the law of God. So Abraham knew God's law very well and would have known it was improper for him to marry his sister.

Sarah was actually Abraham's niece.