Trial of Lucretia Chapman: Otherwise Called Lucretia Espos Y Mina, who was Jointly Indicted with Lino Amalia Espos Y Mina, for the Murder of William Chapman, Esq. Late of Andalusia, County of Bucks, Pennsylvania. In the Court of Oyer and Terminer, Held at Doylestown, for Bucks, December Term, 1831, Continued to February Term, 1832

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G.W. Mentz & Son, 1832 - 213 sayfa
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