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Abraham J. Alger (search for this): article 23
A peculiar case. --At the recent term of the Circuit Court in Hampshire county, Va., Abraham J. Alger, indicted for marrying his niece, was found guilty and fined five hundred dollars. Mrs. Barbary Aun Alger, the wife of said Alger, for marrying her uncle, was also tried and acquitted.
Barbary Aun Alger (search for this): article 23
A peculiar case. --At the recent term of the Circuit Court in Hampshire county, Va., Abraham J. Alger, indicted for marrying his niece, was found guilty and fined five hundred dollars. Mrs. Barbary Aun Alger, the wife of said Alger, for marrying her uncle, was also tried and acquitted. A peculiar case. --At the recent term of the Circuit Court in Hampshire county, Va., Abraham J. Alger, indicted for marrying his niece, was found guilty and fined five hundred dollars. Mrs. Barbary Aun Alger, the wife of said Alger, for marrying her uncle, was also tried and acquitted.
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A peculiar case. --At the recent term of the Circuit Court in Hampshire county, Va., Abraham J. Alger, indicted for marrying his niece, was found guilty and fined five hundred dollars. Mrs. Barbary Aun Alger, the wife of said Alger, for marrying her uncle, was also tried and acquitted.