The genuine life, trial, and dying words of Eugene Aram, who was convicted the 3d of August, at York Assizes, and executed the 6th, for the murder of Daniel Clarke, of Knaresborough, which he committed in the year 1744-5. [electronic resource] : Containing, I. Some remarkable circumstances which attended this unhappy man's life. II. The strange and wonderful manner by which this murder was first discover'd III. His ingenious defence on his trial, greatly admired by all present. IV. His behaviour while under confinement and after receiving sentence of death. V. His attempting to bleed to death, by cutting his arm with a razor the night before he suffer'd. VI. His behaviour and last dying words at the place, of execution. With the copy of a letter he deliver'd at the place of execution

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