Martyrs at Brentwood, Smithfield, Kent and a cat in Cheapside - Stock Image

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The Burning of William Hunter at Brentford, Essex, in 1555.
The Martydom of Mr Thomas Tomkins in Smithfield (London) in 1555.
A shaven-headed cat suspended on the gallows in Cheapside (London) in 1554: it was dressed as a monk.
The Hanging of Mr Mantle, a Protestant Gentleman of Kent.

Engravings from “The Revd. Dr. Wright’s Modernized and Improved Edition of Fox’s Original Book of Martyrs” published by Alexander Hogg at the King’s Arms, No 6 Paternoster Row, London, May 1784.

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