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The case and memoirs of the late Rev. Mr. James Hackman : and of his acquaintance with the late Miss Martha Reay: with a commentary on his conviction, distinguishing between his Crime in particular, and that of others who have been condemned for Murder. And also, some thoughts on lunacy and suicide, Dedicated to Lord S-. To which is added, a letter to Lord S-And Miss Reay. With an appendix, On the ill Effects of Public Office of Justices of the Peace. Preview this item
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The case and memoirs of the late Rev. Mr. James Hackman : and of his acquaintance with the late Miss Martha Reay: with a commentary on his conviction, distinguishing between his Crime in particular, and that of others who have been condemned for Murder. And also, some thoughts on lunacy and suicide, Dedicated to Lord S-. To which is added, a letter to Lord S-And Miss Reay. With an appendix, On the ill Effects of Public Office of Justices of the Peace.

Author: James Hackman
Publisher: London : Printed for G. Kearsly, near Serjeants-Inn, Fleet-Street, 1779.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : The 7th ed., with additionsView all editions and formats
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Named Person: Martha Ray; James Hackman
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: James Hackman
OCLC Number: 741668057
Notes: The last seven leaves contain a postcript, appendix and an 'address to the town'
The leaf inserted between pages 16 and 17 contain a description of Mr. Hackman's character, and an extra leaf of text has been inserted between pages 32 and 33.
With a half-title.
Reproduction of original from British Library.
Eighteenth century collections online.
Description: 1 online resource (Online-Datei (vii, [1],16, [2],17-32, [2],33-34, [2], viii, [4] p., plate :)) : port.

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