A Short ACCOUNT OF THE LATTER END AND Dying Words OF FRANCIS HOWGIL, VVho dyed a Prisoner for the Testimo­ny of Jesus, in Appulby the Twentieth Day of the Eleaventh Moneth, 1668.

The Memorial of the Just is blessed; the Righteous shall be had in Everlasting Remembrance: But the Name of the Wicked shall rot.

This is Printed and Published in the Year 1671. for Friends, at the desire of some; because many have not seen it (nor could so well have it) in Manuscript.

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