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K. Underwood (search for this): article 33
Execution. --A man named Cotton alias King, known to have been the person who stole several horses from the environs of Memphis last winter, stole two valuable horses belonging respectively to Mr. S. Turner and K. Underwood, of the Helena Shield. This last theft was committed during the sunshine of last Friday, at Helena, Ark., and in it Cotton was aided by one Cain, now in jail for the offence. Cotton or King was tried by a committee and hung on Saturday.-- Memphis (Tenn.) Argus, July 1.
Execution. --A man named Cotton alias King, known to have been the person who stole several horses from the environs of Memphis last winter, stole two valuable horses belonging respectively to Mr. S. Turner and K. Underwood, of the Helena Shield. This last theft was committed during the sunshine of last Friday, at Helena, Ark., and in it Cotton was aided by one Cain, now in jail for the offence. Cotton or King was tried by a committee and hung on Saturday.-- Memphis (Tenn.) Argus, July 1.
Memphis (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 33
Execution. --A man named Cotton alias King, known to have been the person who stole several horses from the environs of Memphis last winter, stole two valuable horses belonging respectively to Mr. S. Turner and K. Underwood, of the Helena Shield. This last theft was committed during the sunshine of last Friday, at Helena, Ark., and in it Cotton was aided by one Cain, now in jail for the offence. Cotton or King was tried by a committee and hung on Saturday.-- Memphis (Tenn.) Argus, July 1.
Helena, Ark. (Arkansas, United States) (search for this): article 33
Execution. --A man named Cotton alias King, known to have been the person who stole several horses from the environs of Memphis last winter, stole two valuable horses belonging respectively to Mr. S. Turner and K. Underwood, of the Helena Shield. This last theft was committed during the sunshine of last Friday, at Helena, Ark., and in it Cotton was aided by one Cain, now in jail for the offence. Cotton or King was tried by a committee and hung on Saturday.-- Memphis (Tenn.) Argus, July 1.
Execution. --A man named Cotton alias King, known to have been the person who stole several horses from the environs of Memphis last winter, stole two valuable horses belonging respectively to Mr. S. Turner and K. Underwood, of the Helena Shield. This last theft was committed during the sunshine of last Friday, at Helena, Ark., and in it Cotton was aided by one Cain, now in jail for the offence. Cotton or King was tried by a committee and hung on Saturday.-- Memphis (Tenn.) Argus, July 1xecution. --A man named Cotton alias King, known to have been the person who stole several horses from the environs of Memphis last winter, stole two valuable horses belonging respectively to Mr. S. Turner and K. Underwood, of the Helena Shield. This last theft was committed during the sunshine of last Friday, at Helena, Ark., and in it Cotton was aided by one Cain, now in jail for the offence. Cotton or King was tried by a committee and hung on Saturday.-- Memphis (Tenn.) Argus, July 1.
Execution. --A man named Cotton alias King, known to have been the person who stole several horses from the environs of Memphis last winter, stole two valuable horses belonging respectively to Mr. S. Turner and K. Underwood, of the Helena Shield. This last theft was committed during the sunshine of last Friday, at Helena, Ark., and in it Cotton was aided by one Cain, now in jail for the offence. Cotton or King was tried by a committee and hung on Saturday.-- Memphis (Tenn.) Argus, July 1.
Execution. --A man named Cotton alias King, known to have been the person who stole several horses from the environs of Memphis last winter, stole two valuable horses belonging respectively to Mr. S. Turner and K. Underwood, of the Helena Shield. This last theft was committed during the sunshine of last Friday, at Helena, Ark., and in it Cotton was aided by one Cain, now in jail for the offence. Cotton or King was tried by a committee and hung on Saturday.-- Memphis (Tenn.) Argus, July 1.
January, 7 AD (search for this): article 33
Execution. --A man named Cotton alias King, known to have been the person who stole several horses from the environs of Memphis last winter, stole two valuable horses belonging respectively to Mr. S. Turner and K. Underwood, of the Helena Shield. This last theft was committed during the sunshine of last Friday, at Helena, Ark., and in it Cotton was aided by one Cain, now in jail for the offence. Cotton or King was tried by a committee and hung on Saturday.-- Memphis (Tenn.) Argus, July 1.