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- Gibbons, John, -1651: The perfect speech of Mr. John Gibbons, as it was delivered by himself on the scaffold at Tower-hill, on Friday the 22 of August, 1651 : being the same day that Mr. Love (the minister) was also executed. : Likewise his desires to the people; his protestation touching religion, and his true prayer immediately before his head was severed from his shoulders. ; Published by a perfect copy, at the request and for general satisfaction to his friends and others. (London : Printed for T. Cook, 1651) (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- Gibbons, John, -1651: The triall of Mr. John Gibbons, in Westminster-Hall, before the High-Court of Justice, beginning July 18. 1651 (London : [s.n.], printed in the year, 1652) (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- Gibbons, John, -1651: A true and exact copy of Mr. Gibbons's speech which he intended to have spoken immediately before his death, on the scaffold at Tower Hill, August 22. 1651. ([London : s.n., 1651]) (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- Gibbons, John, -1651: Two speeches dflivered [sic] on the scaffold at Tower-Hill on Friday last,: by Mr. Christopher Love, and Mr. Gibbins, being the 22. of this instant August, 1651. With the manner of their deportment and carriage at the place of execution: and Mr. Love's declaration and propositions to the citizens of London, touching the King, Scots, and covenant. / By G.H. An ear-witness on the scaffold. (London : Printed for William Loe [sic], servant to the Common-wealth of England, 1651), also by G. H. and Christopher Love (HTML at EEBO TCP)
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