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The Accusation, Examination, and Trial, at Length, of Sir R. Wilson, Capt. Hutchinson, and M. Bruce, Esq., at Paris, for Aiding the Escape of M. Lavalette from Prison. to Which Is Prefixed, a Sketch of the Transactions Which Led to the Condemnation of (Paperback) Loot Price: R326
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The Accusation, Examination, and Trial, at Length, of Sir R. Wilson, Capt. Hutchinson, and M. Bruce, Esq., at Paris, for Aiding...

The Accusation, Examination, and Trial, at Length, of Sir R. Wilson, Capt. Hutchinson, and M. Bruce, Esq., at Paris, for Aiding the Escape of M. Lavalette from Prison. to Which Is Prefixed, a Sketch of the Transactions Which Led to the Condemnation of (Paperback)

Joseph Nightingale

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1816 Excerpt: ...for his person. Q. Was it not you who procured the measure of Lavalettc for Capt. Hutchinson to be sent to the tailor?--A. I do not know to wJiom I gave it. This circumstance, which appeared indifferent to me, has escaped my memory; but it is true that I procured it. Q. Do you know the tailor who was employed to make the clothes? T-a, I do not know: I never saw him. Q. On the 7th of January, in the evening, when you saw Lavalette at Capt. Hutchinson's, did you learn how Lavalette had come fncre, anil the plane from which he had come?--A. I ilid not ask him; and I declare that I did not even wish to know. (). Do yon know, ii t least, whelher became no foot or in a carriage i--A. I believe he came in a cabriolet; however 1 do not aliirm so; when I met him at the door ltc was on fuot. Q. Do you nut know, that as soon as Ire was introduced into the apartment of Captain ilutchinson, one of his friends came to the door, to Ining him a p: iir of pistols?--A. I heard it said so, but 1 saw no person; no person entered the room. Q. At what honr did you quit the apartment of Captain Ilutcbin-on.'--A. About midnight. i. To go there was it not necessary to cross the apartment of the Sieur Sanvage, with whom the Captain lodged?--A. I never heard;hc name of lhe Sieur Sauvagc: I never peiccived either him or any person of lhe hause, at least to my belief: and 1 never observed any communication from the apartment of Captain Hutchinson wilh that of any any other lodger. i, i. Was it not in your cabriolet that Lnvalette escaped? Has this cabiiolet beeu sent haek to you --A. I have not ascertained whether the cabriolet has been sent hack. 1 can say nothing positive on this subject: I do not deny that I lent it: the documents which have conn: into your hands perhaps leave no.

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Imprint: Rarebooksclub.com
Country of origin: United States
Release date: May 2012
First published: May 2012
Authors: Joseph Nightingale
Dimensions: 246 x 189 x 2mm (L x W x T)
Format: Paperback - Trade
Pages: 40
ISBN-13: 978-1-231-09014-5
Categories: Books
LSN: 1-231-09014-6
Barcode: 9781231090145

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