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The Observer. No. 1598, Sunday, January 11, 1824, A supplementary sheet
Bib ID 1968827
Format BookBook
Description [London] : The Observer, 1824 
2 folded sheets ([8] pages) ; 56 cm. 
Full contents Trial of Thurtell and Hunt for the murder of Mr. Weare : adjourned assize, Hertford, Tuesday, January 6, 1824. 
Notes

Library's copy originally bound with several other items at FRM F960.

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Bibliography of Australia, 970a

Subjects Weare, William, -1823.  |  Thurtell, John, 1794-1824.  |  Hunt, Joseph, active 1823-1859.  |  Trials (Murder) -- England -- Hertfordshire.  |  Murder -- England -- Hertfordshire.
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Trial of Thurtell and Hunt for the murder of Mr. Weare.

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