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American Detective Fiction    April 1841-July 1891

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Quincy [IL] Whig, April 15, 1846
    "The Trailor Murder Mystery" continued from p. 7

of having murdered him. Or, if he had died, and his body never found, the case against them would have been quite as bad, for, although it is a principle of law that a conviction for murder shall not be had, unless the body of the deceased be discovered, it is to be remembered, that Henry testified that he saw Fisher’s dead body.

   

 

 

   
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