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The Murderer Butler. The murder of Mumford in New Orleans by Butler is a deed which ought never to be forgiven. If such crimes are passed by, there is no knowing fast new atrocities this fiend will commit. The exerable wretch must be punished for this murder if deeds so horrible escape retribution, then indeed has justice forsaken the earth. The Murderer Butler. The murder of Mumford in New Orleans by Butler is a deed which ought never to be forgiven. If such crimes are passed by, there is no knowing fast new atrocities this fiend will commit. The exerable wretch must be punished for this murder if deeds so horrible escape retribution, then indeed has justice forsaken the earth.
The Murderer Butler. The murder of Mumford in New Orleans by Butler is a deed which ought never to be forgiven. If such crimes are passed by, there is no knowing fast new atrocities this fiend will commit. The exerable wretch must be punished for this murder if deeds so horrible escape retribution, then indeed has justice forsaken the earth.