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" Very lately, in the state of Ohio, and the day on which a man was executed for the murder of his wife, under circumstances of particular cruelty, another man, near the place of execution, murdered his wife in the same manner ; and this is by no means... "
Capital Punishment in the United States - Page 39
by Raymond Taylor Bye - 1919 - 106 pages
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Essays on the Punishment of Death

Charles Spear - Capital punishment - 1844 - 237 pages
...homicide and other crimes, a poor wretch was condemned to die in another part of the state, where the which a man was executed for the murder of his wife,...the same manner; and this is by no means the only instance where the crime seems to have been directly suggested by the punishment intended to prevent...
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Essays on the Punishment of Death

Charles Spear - Capital punishment - 1844 - 237 pages
...wretch was condemned to die in another part of the state, where the which a man was executed for tire murder of his wife, under circumstances of particular...the same manner; and this is by no means the only instance where the crime seems to have been directly suggested by the punishment intended to prevent...
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Thoughts on the death penalty

Charles Calistus Burleigh - Capital punishment - 1845 - 142 pages
...shortly after attempted to commit the same offense; and that " very lately in Ohio, on the day when a man was executed for the murder of his wife under...execution murdered his wife in the same manner;" and adds, "this is by no me' ns the only instance where the crime seems to have been directly suggested...
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Memoirs, Speeches and Writings of Robert Rantoul, Jr

Robert Rantoul - United States - 1854 - 864 pages
...crime for which it steels the breast, and braces up the nerves. Very lately, in the State of Ohio, and the day on which a man was executed for the murder of his wife, under circumstances of peculiar cruelty, another man, near the place of execution, murdered his wife in the same manner ;...
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Reasons for Abolishing Capital Punishment

Marvin Henry Bovee - Capital punishment - 1878 - 328 pages
...in the State of Ohio," says Mr. Rantoul, in his report to the Massachusett Legislature, in 1836, " on the day on which a man was executed for the murder...the same manner; and this is by no means the only instance where the crime seems to have been directly suggested by the punishment intended to prevent...
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