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The terrible deeds of George L. Shaftesbury [electronic resource] : who killed his own mother and sister, fled from justice by leaping from the Palisades, swimming the Hudson River, and taking refuge in New York City, where he was joined by the female murderer, Marie Lavine, whom he detected in the act of dragging to the river the body of a man whom she had murdered in one of the dens of Walnut Street, in that city ; and they, after passing through the most dark and unparalleled career of crime, were finally both executed in Quebec, June 7, 1850, for the murder of Lord Amel and family / [by J. Elligen]

Author/Creator:
Elligen, J
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[Buffalo, NY] : William S. Hein & Co., [2007]
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Book
1 electronic text (31 p. : ill.) : PDF fil
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World trials library
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Caption title: Career of crimes of Geo. Lampanas Shaftesbury, and his female accomplice Marie Lavine
Career of crime of G. L. Shaftesbury Marie Lavine
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Subjects:
Shaftesbury, George L., d. 1850.
Lavine, Marie, d. 1850.
Murderers -- New York (State) -- Biography.
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Electronic books.
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Mode of access: World Wide Web.
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Print version published: Boston, Mass. : [s.n.], 1851
The illustrations and text are almost identical to a pamphlet by J. Elligen. published in St. Louis, Mo. by E.E. Barclay & H.M. Rulison in 1851
Description based on PDF title page, viewed December 24, 2008
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