The Resource Advice from the dead to the living: or, A solemn warning to the world. : Occasioned by the untimely death of poor Julian, who was executed on Boston Neck, on Thursday the 22d. of March, 1733. for the murder of Mr. John Rogers of Pembroke, the 12th of September, 1732. Very proper to be read by all persons, but especially young people, and servants of all sorts, (electronic resource)

Advice from the dead to the living: or, A solemn warning to the world. : Occasioned by the untimely death of poor Julian, who was executed on Boston Neck, on Thursday the 22d. of March, 1733. for the murder of Mr. John Rogers of Pembroke, the 12th of September, 1732. Very proper to be read by all persons, but especially young people, and servants of all sorts, (electronic resource)

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Advice from the dead to the living: or, A solemn warning to the world. : Occasioned by the untimely death of poor Julian, who was executed on Boston Neck, on Thursday the 22d. of March, 1733. for the murder of Mr. John Rogers of Pembroke, the 12th of September, 1732. Very proper to be read by all persons, but especially young people, and servants of all sorts
Title
Advice from the dead to the living: or, A solemn warning to the world.
Title remainder
Occasioned by the untimely death of poor Julian, who was executed on Boston Neck, on Thursday the 22d. of March, 1733. for the murder of Mr. John Rogers of Pembroke, the 12th of September, 1732. Very proper to be read by all persons, but especially young people, and servants of all sorts
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eng
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Cataloging source
MWA
Citation location within source
  • 13791
  • 630
  • 478
  • W17510
Citation source
  • Evans
  • Ford, W.C. Broadsides
  • Wegelin, O. Amer. poetry
  • English Short Title Catalog
Nature of contents
patent document
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1685-1758
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Fleet, Thomas
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  • Julian
  • Julian
  • Rogers, John
  • Murder
  • Crime
  • Indians of North America
  • Executions and executioners
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Advice from the dead to the living: or, A solemn warning to the world. : Occasioned by the untimely death of poor Julian, who was executed on Boston Neck, on Thursday the 22d. of March, 1733. for the murder of Mr. John Rogers of Pembroke, the 12th of September, 1732. Very proper to be read by all persons, but especially young people, and servants of all sorts, (electronic resource)
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  • Verse in twenty stanzas; first line: This day take warning young and old
  • Following imprint: Note, There being a foolish paper printed, called Julian's advice to children and servants, said to be published at his desire; this may certify, that the said paper is false and spurious, and disowned by the said Julian in the presence of three persons
  • Dated [1775] by Evans. However, on the basis of the above note, which apparently refers to a contemporary broadside, Poor Julleyoun's warnings to children and servants (Bristol B903), an imprint date of 1733 seems more probable. Thomas Fleet (1685-1758) printed at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill from 1731 to 1758
  • The Boston Public Library copy is conjugate with, as printed, the broadside The last speech and dying advice of poor Julian (Bristol B902, Shipton & Mooney 40021)
  • Text in two columns; woodcut (Reilly 1158), depicting the murder, at left of title
  • Reproduction of original from Boston Public Library
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ESTCW17510
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?0.
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unknown
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1 sheet
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electronic
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illustrations (relief cut)
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not applicable
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Electronic reproduction.
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remote
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(Uk-ES)006435289
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Advice from the dead to the living: or, A solemn warning to the world. : Occasioned by the untimely death of poor Julian, who was executed on Boston Neck, on Thursday the 22d. of March, 1733. for the murder of Mr. John Rogers of Pembroke, the 12th of September, 1732. Very proper to be read by all persons, but especially young people, and servants of all sorts, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Verse in twenty stanzas; first line: This day take warning young and old
  • Following imprint: Note, There being a foolish paper printed, called Julian's advice to children and servants, said to be published at his desire; this may certify, that the said paper is false and spurious, and disowned by the said Julian in the presence of three persons
  • Dated [1775] by Evans. However, on the basis of the above note, which apparently refers to a contemporary broadside, Poor Julleyoun's warnings to children and servants (Bristol B903), an imprint date of 1733 seems more probable. Thomas Fleet (1685-1758) printed at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill from 1731 to 1758
  • The Boston Public Library copy is conjugate with, as printed, the broadside The last speech and dying advice of poor Julian (Bristol B902, Shipton & Mooney 40021)
  • Text in two columns; woodcut (Reilly 1158), depicting the murder, at left of title
  • Reproduction of original from Boston Public Library
Control code
ESTCW17510
Dimensions
?0.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 sheet
Form of item
electronic
Other physical details
illustrations (relief cut)
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Uk-ES)006435289

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