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"The way of the transgressor is hard;" illustrated in the history of Madam Tiquet, who was beheaded in France, for the attempted murder of her husband; of John Van Alstine, convicted of the murder of William Huddlestone; and of James Hackman, a professed minister of the gospel, who was executed for the murder of Miss Reay.

Publisher: New York, S.W. Barnes, 1839.
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Named Person: Tiquet, Madame (Carlier); John Van Alstine; William Huddlestone; James Hackman
Document Type: Book
OCLC Number: 83649896
Notes: Cover title reads "A history of three remarkable trials for murders, committed in different countries."
Description: pp. 24. Front. and other illustr.

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