A Full Account of the Atrocious Murder of the Late Mr. W. Weare: Containing the Examinations Before the Magistrates, the Proceedings of the Coroner's Inquest, with the Whole of the Evidence; the Confessions of Hunt, and the Statements of the Other Prisoners, Verbatim, Volume 1
Sherwood, Jones, and Company, and sold by all booksellers and newsvenders, 1823 - 56 pages
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