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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 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 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.

Publisher: London, Printed for G. Kearsly, 1779.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 4th ed., with additions
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Named Person: James Hackman; Martha Ray
Document Type: Book
OCLC Number: 22304924
Description: 34, viii pages portrait 22 cm

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