The confession, declaration, dying warning and advice of Patience Sampson, alias Patience Boston, who was executed at York, July 24th. 1735 for the murder of Benjamin Trot of Falmouth in Casco Bay, a child of about eight years of age, which she drowned in a well, July 9th. 1734, and went immediately and accused her self before one of His Majesty's justices of the peace, continuing her self-accusation from first to last; even on her trial; standing to it also from her condemnation, to the very time of her execution.
- Boston, Patience, 1711-1735.
The just man's prerogative. A sermon preached privately, Sept. 27. 1706. on a solemn occasion; for the consolation of a sorrowful family, mourning over the immature death, of a pious son, viz Mr. Simeon Stoddard, who was found barbarously murdered, in Chelsea-Fields near London, May 14. 1706. By S. Willard. [Two lines from II Samuel]
- Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.
Les Aventures de Monsieur Têtu et de Miss Patience, Dans leur voyage vers la terre du bonheur. Contenant un récit des différences traverses qu'éprouva M. Têtu, en abandonnant Miss Patience pour écourer Miss Passion, & ne vouiant pas permettre à Madame la Raison, qu'ils rencontrèrent sur leur route, de less dirigerdans leur voyage.