The sad case of Mrs. Kate Southern! : The beautiful, virtuous Georgia wife, who, being maddened to insanity by the outrageous taunts of a bad woman who had enticed her husband away, killed her. After the terrible and yet romantic adventures during her flight, she was arrested, tried, convicted, and sentenced to be hung, notwithstanding that, besides having a little child, she was about to become a mother again! Her sentence has been commuted by Governor Colquit, but the public excitement is so highthat the legislature is to be appealed to to set her free. The most thrillingly touching book ever published.
|Related Names:||Alexander, Charles Wesley 1837-1927, copyright holder.|
[Philadelphia] : Issued by the Old Franklin Publishing House, Philadelphia, Pa., 
Southern, Kate Hambrick > Trials, litigation, etc. > Fiction.
James V. Medler Crime Collection.
Trials (Murder) > Georgia > Pickens County > Fiction.
Murder > Georgia > Pickens County > Fiction.
Printed wrappers (Binding)
Captions to wood-engravings in English and German.
"Entered according Act of Congress in the year 1878, by C.W. Alexander, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C.".
31,  pages :
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