Sondes Freeman 1635 Or 6 1655 : The Devils reign upon earth, : being a relation of several sad and bloudy murthers lately committed, especially that of Sir Geo. Sands his son, upon his own brother; set forth that others may be terrified from the like thereby, the like being never known in any age before.
Sondes Freeman 1636 1655 : A funeral elegie, upon the death of George Sonds, Esq; &c. Who was killed by his brother, Mr. Freeman Sonds, August the 7th. anno Dom. 1655. By William Annand Junior, of Throwligh. Whereunto is annexed a prayer, compiled by his sorrowfull father Sir George Sonds, and used in his family during the life of the said Freeman.; Annand, William,
Sonds Freeman 1655 : A mirrour of mercy and judgement, or, An exact true narrative of the life and death of Freeman Sonds Esquier [sic], sonne to Sir George Sonds of Lees Court in Shelwich in Kent : who being about the age of 19, for murthering his elder brother on Tuesday the 7th of August, was arraigned and condemned at Maidstone, executed there on Tuesday the 21. of the same moneth [sic] 1655.; R. B.
Song English Early Works To 1800 : London's anniversary festival, performed on Monday, October the 29th. 1688 : For the entertainment of the right Honourable, Sr. John Chapman, Kt. Lord Mayor of the City of London; being their great year of jubilee. With a panegyrick upon the restoring of the charter. And a sonnet provided for the entertainment of the King. By M. Taubman. Printed and published by authority.; Taubman, Matthew,