Narrative and confessions of Lucretia P. Cannon : who was tried, convicted, and sentenced to be hung at Georgetown, Delaware with two of her accomplices : Containing an account of some of the most horrible and shocking murders and daring robberies ever committed by one of the female sex.
|Related Names:||Barclay, E. E. 1820 or 1821-1888., Jackson, Clinton.|
New York : Printed for the publishers, 1841.
Cannon, Lucretia P.,
Criminals > Delaware.
For accounts of the crimes and trial of Lucretia P. (Patty) Cannon see the Delaware register, Wilmington, for May 2 and 23, 1829, Niles register for April 25, 1829, and Scharf, J. Thomas. History of Delaware, 1888, v. 2, p. 1306-1307.
"Entered ... in the year of our Lord, 1841, by Clinton Jackson and Erastus E. Barclay"--verso of title page.
Caption title: Narrative of Lucretia P. Cannon.
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