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Author Bedworth, Thomas, 1764-1815
LoC No. 42033623
Title The Power of Conscience, exemplified in the genuine and extraordinary confession of Thomas Bedworth
delivered to one of the principal officers of Newgate, the night before his execution on September 18, 1815, for the murder of Elizabeth Beesmore in Drury lane. Relating his horrible sufferings until compelled to surrender to public justice by the constant supernatural visitations of the murdered woman, and the frequent appearance of her apparition. From the original paper now in the possession of the publisher. Including interesting particulars of Bedworth's former life, his behaviour before execution, and an original and full report of the Common Serjeant's address on passing sentence.
Language English
LoC Class KD: Law in general, Comparative and uniform law, Jurisprudence: United Kingdom and Ireland
Subject Trials (Murder) -- England -- London
Subject Bedworth, Thomas, 1764-1815 -- Trials, litigation, etc.
Subject Beesmore, Elizabeth, -1815
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EBook-No. 63018
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Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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