A Full and Accurate Report of the Trial of William P. Darnes, on an Indictment Found by the Grand Jury of St. Louis County, at the September Term, 1840, of the Criminal Court of Said County, on a Charge of Manslaughter in the Third Degree, for the Death of Andrew J. Davis ... in the City of St. Louis, on the First of June, 1840
Boston, Saxton and Peirce, 1841 - Trials (Murder) - 269 pages
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