Linkworth went to pay the penalty for the atrocious deed, which no
one who had heard the evidence could possibly doubt that he had
done with the same indifference as had marked his entire demeanour
since he knew his appeal had failed. The prison chaplain who had
attended him had done his utmost to get him to confess, but his
efforts had been quite ineffectual, and to the last he asserted,
though without protestation, his innocence.
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E. F. Benson
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