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Hernando (Florida, United States) (search for this): article 17
"murder will out." --The citizens of Hernando county, Fla., as has been stated, on the 27th ult. hung Hamp, a slave belonging to the estate of Albert Clarke, for the murder of his master. The negro confessed that he was promised two hundred dollars by Jas. Boyd (a step-son of the deceased) and Mrs. Clarke (decedent's wife)--$100 respectively — as a compensation for taking the life of his master, and that he committed the murder accordingly.--The Tampa Peninsular says Boyd and Mrs. Clarke are now in charge of the people, closely guarded.
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out." --The citizens of Hernando county, Fla., as has been stated, on the 27th ult. hung Hamp, a slave belonging to the estate of Albert Clarke, for the murder of his master. The negro confessed that he was promised two hundred dollars by Jas. Boyd (a step-son of the deceased) and Mrs. Clarke (decedent's wife)--$100 respectively — as a compensation for taking the life of his master, and that he committed the murder accordingly.--The Tampa Peninsular says Boyd and Mrs. Clarke are now in ch county, Fla., as has been stated, on the 27th ult. hung Hamp, a slave belonging to the estate of Albert Clarke, for the murder of his master. The negro confessed that he was promised two hundred dollars by Jas. Boyd (a step-son of the deceased) and Mrs. Clarke (decedent's wife)--$100 respectively — as a compensation for taking the life of his master, and that he committed the murder accordingly.--The Tampa Peninsular says Boyd and Mrs. Clarke are now in charge of the people, closely guarde
Albert Clarke (search for this): article 17
"murder will out." --The citizens of Hernando county, Fla., as has been stated, on the 27th ult. hung Hamp, a slave belonging to the estate of Albert Clarke, for the murder of his master. The negro confessed that he was promised two hundred dollars by Jas. Boyd (a step-son of the deceased) and Mrs. Clarke (decedent's wife)--t he was promised two hundred dollars by Jas. Boyd (a step-son of the deceased) and Mrs. Clarke (decedent's wife)--$100 respectively — as a compensation for taking the life of his master, and that he committed the murder accordingly.--The Tampa Peninsular says Boyd and Mrs. Clarke are now in charge of the people, closely guarded. t he was promised two hundred dollars by Jas. Boyd (a step-son of the deceased) and Mrs. Clarke (decedent's wife)--$100 respectively — as a compensation for taking the life of his master, and that he committed the murder accordingly.--The Tampa Peninsular says Boyd and Mrs. Clarke are now in charge of the people, closely guarde
"murder will out." --The citizens of Hernando county, Fla., as has been stated, on the 27th ult. hung Hamp, a slave belonging to the estate of Albert Clarke, for the murder of his master. The negro confessed that he was promised two hundred dollars by Jas. Boyd (a step-son of the deceased) and Mrs. Clarke (decedent's wife)--$100 respectively — as a compensation for taking the life of his master, and that he committed the murder accordingly.--The Tampa Peninsular says Boyd and Mrs. Clarke are now in charge of the people, closely guarded.
"murder will out." --The citizens of Hernando county, Fla., as has been stated, on the 27th ult. hung Hamp, a slave belonging to the estate of Albert Clarke, for the murder of his master. The negro confessed that he was promised two hundred dollars by Jas. Boyd (a step-son of the deceased) and Mrs. Clarke (decedent's wife)--$100 respectively — as a compensation for taking the life of his master, and that he committed the murder accordingly.--The Tampa Peninsular says Boyd and Mrs. Clarke are now in charge of the people, closely guarded.