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1 Arguments of Counsel in the Close of the Trial of Rev. Ephraim K. Avery, for the Murder of Sarah M. Cornell, at a Special Term of the Supreme Court of Rhode Island, Held from May 6th to June 2d, 1833. Hon. Jeremiah Mason, of Boston for the Prisoner. Albert C. Greene, Attorney General, for the Prosecution 1833

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IN THE CLOSE OF THE TRIAL OF
REV. EPHRAIM K. AVERY,
FOR THE!
MURDER OF SARAH M. CORNELL,
AT A SPECIAL TERM OF THE
SUPREME COURT OF RHODE ISLAND, HELD FROM
MAY 6TH TO JUNE 2D, 1833.
HoN. JEREMIAH MASON, of Boston, for the Prisoner.
ALBERT C. GREENE, Attorney General, for the Prosecution.
REPORTED WITHOUT ABRIDGMENT,
BY BENJAMIN F. HALLETT.
-ALSO-
A LITERAL REPORT OF THE MEDICAL TESTIMONY OF
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AND
DR. WILLIAM      TURNERt,
REVISED BY THE WITNESSES, AND NOT BEFORE PUBLISHED.
gzjEntered according to Act of Congress, by Beals, Homer & Co. and B. F. Hallett,
BOSTON:
Published at the Offices of the Daily Commercial Gazette
and the Boston Daily Advocate.
JUNE, 1833.

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