A Full Report of the Trial of Orrin Woodford for the Murder of His Wife, Diana Woodford: At Avon, Conn., July 22, 1845 ; at the January Term of the Superior Court, Holden at Hartford, 1846. Including the Arguments of Counsel, and Accompanied by Plans of the House and Premises, where the Homicide was Committed. Together with an Accurate Portrait of the Prisoner
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