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The martyrdom of Adrian Chalinsky: Chalinsky is stripped to the waist, with his hands tied behind his back and suspended from a wooden construction over an open fire to roast alive. Etching by T. Stothard.
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The martyrdom of Adrian Chalinsky: Chalinsky is stripped to the waist, with his hands tied behind his back and suspended from a wooden construction over an open fire to roast alive. Etching by T. Stothard.
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Engraved for the Revd. Dr. Southwell's New Book of Martyrs. Adrian Chalinsky, a Protestant clergyman roasted alive by a slow fire, in the Great Duchy of Lithuania.
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