The sorrowful lamentation and confession of Daniel Damere, the Queen's waterman: who was convicted for high treason at the Old-Baily, on Thursday the 20th of April, 1710. With a dialogue between him, Purchase the bailiff, and Willis, relating to their present misfortunes. To the tune of, Forgive me if your looks I thought, &c.
Printed for W. Walker near Holbourne.,
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