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The awful tragedy lately performed in Harbaugh's Valley, Maryland, or, An account of the life and trial of John Markley, who was executed in Frederick City, Md., June 29, 1831. for the murder perpetrated either by him alone, or with the aid of one or more accomplices : on the bodies of his uncle John Newey & wife, two children, and infant in its mother's wonb, her father, and an apprentice boy; Also, an indirect confession, made in prison to Joseph Reese, as to his knowledge of the murder

With a narrative of his life, published by Gabriel Nourse vindicated from the illnatured allusions contained in a certificate under the signatures of David F. Shaeffer and James Hanmer, two clergymen who attended Markley ... Also, a full account of Markley's execution. To which are now added approbatory reflections on a sermon delivered by the first-named reverend gentleman. Together with animadversions on the certificate alluded to above ... Collected, composed, by Gabriel Nourse ...
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48 p. ; 21 cm.
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Account of the life and trial of John Markley, who was executed in Frederick City, Md., June 29, 1831.
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Winchester, [Va.] : Printed by James G. Brooks, 1831.
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SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Byrd fund.
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