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Knoxville (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 9
The execution of a bridge-burner in Knoxville. --We have already noticed the execution of C. A. Hann, of Green's county, Tenn., engaged in burning the Lick Creek Bridge. The Knoxville Register, of the 12th inst., in referring to the execution, says: The prisoner was escorted from the jail by a military guard, and met his fate with hardihood. He confessed, upon the scaffold, that he had been engaged in the incendiarism of the bridge — the proof of which, indeed, was full and positive before the court — and said that, under similar circumstances, he would do it again
C. A. Hann (search for this): article 9
The execution of a bridge-burner in Knoxville. --We have already noticed the execution of C. A. Hann, of Green's county, Tenn., engaged in burning the Lick Creek Bridge. The Knoxville Register, of the 12th inst., in referring to the execution, says: The prisoner was escorted from the jail by a military guard, and met his fate with hardihood. He confessed, upon the scaffold, that he had been engaged in the incendiarism of the bridge — the proof of which, indeed, was full and positive before the court — and said that, under similar circumstances, he would do it again
Owen Green (search for this): article 9
The execution of a bridge-burner in Knoxville. --We have already noticed the execution of C. A. Hann, of Green's county, Tenn., engaged in burning the Lick Creek Bridge. The Knoxville Register, of the 12th inst., in referring to the execution, says: The prisoner was escorted from the jail by a military guard, and met his fate with hardihood. He confessed, upon the scaffold, that he had been engaged in the incendiarism of the bridge — the proof of which, indeed, was full and positive before the court — and said that, under similar circumstances, he would do it again
The execution of a bridge-burner in Knoxville. --We have already noticed the execution of C. A. Hann, of Green's county, Tenn., engaged in burning the Lick Creek Bridge. The Knoxville Register, of the 12th inst., in referring to the execution, says: The prisoner was escorted from the jail by a military guard, and met his fate with hardihood. He confessed, upon the scaffold, that he had been engaged in the incendiarism of the bridge — the proof of which, indeed, was full and positive before the court — and said that, under similar circumstances, he would do it again