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The Agony of Murder: Written by a Prisoner Describing His Feelings When Under Sentence of Death, and in Most Imminent Danger of Execution (Classic Reprint) By John Davis,

  • Title: The Agony of Murder: Written by a Prisoner Describing His Feelings When Under Sentence of Death, and in Most Imminent Danger of Execution (Classic Reprint)
  • Author: John Davis
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 328
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Excerpt from The Agony of Murder Written by a Prisoner Describing His Feelings When Under Sentence of Death, and in Most Imminent Danger of Execution These remarkable verses have been in my possession about two years The feelings they express are quite natural, and there is a solemnity and serious train of thought in them that is likely to be useful to others In the hopExcerpt from The Agony of Murder Written by a Prisoner Describing His Feelings When Under Sentence of Death, and in Most Imminent Danger of Execution These remarkable verses have been in my possession about two years The feelings they express are quite natural, and there is a solemnity and serious train of thought in them that is likely to be useful to others In the hope of doing something to impart right sentiments on these dreadful subjects, the lines are promulgated to the world They have been seen by competent judges, and there is nothing likely to offend against public propriety or create improper notions as respects the horrible crime of Murder There are many right sentiments modestly expressed, although the verses are not finished productions The publication of these poems will, it is hoped, lead to the sparing of human life wherever it is compatible with the safety of society Such gentlemen as Mr Milner Gibson, M.P and Alderman Rose, who took so warm an interest in this poor convict s fate, and ultimately prevailed to the rescue of his justly forfeited life, cannot but feel thankful that their disinterested and zealous endeavours have been crowned with so great a blessing.
    The Agony of Murder Written by a Prisoner Describing His Feelings When Under Sentence of Death and in Most Imminent Danger of Execution Classic Reprint Excerpt from The Agony of Murder Written by a Prisoner Describing His Feelings When Under Sentence of Death and in Most Imminent Danger of Execution These remarkable verses have been in my possession

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