Catalog Record: Life, trial and conviction of William H. Westervelt, for the abduction of little Charley Ross : the tragic death of the burglars Mosher and Douglass (on Long Island, N.Y.), who were implicated in abducting the poor little fellow : the confession, the whole case, the trial in full | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Life, trial and conviction of William H. Westervelt, for the abduction of little Charley Ross : the tragic death of the burglars Mosher and Douglass (on Long Island, N.Y.), who were implicated in abducting the poor little fellow : the confession, the whole case, the trial in full.

Related Names: Barclay, E. E. 1820 or 1821-1888, supposed author., Westervelt, William H. , defendant.
Language(s): English ; German
Published: Philadelphia : Published by Barclay & Co., c1877.
Subjects: Ross, Charles Brewster, > 1870-
Westervelt, William H. > Trails litigation, etc.
Kidnapping > Pennsylvania > Philadelphia > Cases.
Trials (Kidnapping) > Pennsylvania > Philadelphia.
Note: Erastus Elmer Barclay may be author.
Some captions in English and German.
Also available in the University of Chicago Library Archive.
Physical Description: [2], 19-112 p. : ill., ports. ; 24 cm.
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