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Hastings Court. --The trial of Charles Murphy, for the murder of a slave named Albert, had not terminated at a late hour last evening. Messrs. Steger, Crane, and Johnson spoke yesterday in behalf of the prisoner, and Attorney Tazewell closed for the Commonwealth
T. C. Johnson (search for this): article 11
Hastings Court. --The trial of Charles Murphy, for the murder of a slave named Albert, had not terminated at a late hour last evening. Messrs. Steger, Crane, and Johnson spoke yesterday in behalf of the prisoner, and Attorney Tazewell closed for the Commonwealth
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Hastings Court. --The trial of Charles Murphy, for the murder of a slave named Albert, had not terminated at a late hour last evening. Messrs. Steger, Crane, and Johnson spoke yesterday in behalf of the prisoner, and Attorney Tazewell closed for the Commonwealth
Hastings Court. --The trial of Charles Murphy, for the murder of a slave named Albert, had not terminated at a late hour last evening. Messrs. Steger, Crane, and Johnson spoke yesterday in behalf of the prisoner, and Attorney Tazewell closed for the Commonwealth
Hastings Court. --The trial of Charles Murphy, for the murder of a slave named Albert, had not terminated at a late hour last evening. Messrs. Steger, Crane, and Johnson spoke yesterday in behalf of the prisoner, and Attorney Tazewell closed for the Commonwealth