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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

Author: James Hackman
Publisher: London : G. Kearsly, 1779.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English : 9th ed., with additions
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Genre/Form: Local Studies
Named Person: James Hackman
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Hackman
OCLC Number: 852076251
Description: 60 pages : illustrations
Responsibility: 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 offices of justices of the peace.

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