The genuine account of the life and trial of Eugene Aram, [electronic resource] : school-master, for the murder of Daniel Clark, Late of Knaresbrough in the County of York. Who was convicted at York assizes, August 3, 1759, before the Honourable William Noel, Esq; one of his Majesty's Justices of the Court of Common Pleas. To which, after a short Narration of the Fact, is prefixed, An Account of the remarkable Discovery of the Human Skeleton at Thistle-Hill: A Detail of all the Judicial Proceedings from the Tme of the Bones being found, to the Commitment of Richard Houseman, Eugene Aram, and Henry Terry to York Castle: The Depositions of Anna Aram, Philip Coates, John Yates, &c. The Examination and Confession of Richard Houseman: The Apprehending of Eugene Aram, at Lynn, in Norfolk: With his Examination and Commitment. To which are added, The remarkable Defence he made on his Trial: His own Account of himself, written after his Condemnation: With the Apology, which he left in his Cell, for the attempt he made on his own Life: and his Plan for a Lexicon, some Pieces of Poetry, &c. All taken immediately from the original depositions, papers, and the manuscripts of E. Aram.
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- The second edition.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 1.
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