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The Affecting Case of the Unfortunate Thomas Daniels

The Affecting Case of the Unfortunate Thomas Daniels

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THE

AFFECTING CASE

OF THE UNFORTUNATE

THOMAS DANIELS,

WHO WAS

Tried at the SESSIONS held at the OLD BAILEY,

September, 1761,

FOR THE

Supposed MURDER of his WIFE;

By casting her out of a CHAMBER WINDOW:

And for which he was sentenced to die, but received his MAJESTY'S

most Gracious and Free Pardon.

IN WHICH IS CONTAINED,

A circumstantial Account of the Behaviour of that unhappy Woman,

from her Husband's first Acquaintance with her, to the Day of her Death.

Drawn up and authenticated by the said Daniels himself;

And faithfully prepared for the Press, by

An IMPARTIAL HAND.