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An authentic and faithful history of the mysterious murder of Maria Marten, with a full development of all the extraordinary circumstances which led to the discovery of her body in the Red barn; to which is added the trial of William Corder. Taken at large in short hand specially for this work, with an account of his execution, dissection, &c., and many interestng particulars relative to the village of Polstead and its vicinity; the prison correspondence of Corder, and fifty-three letters, in answer to his advertisement for a wife / The whole compiled and arranged with upwards of three hundred explanatory notes, by J. Curtis.

Corder, William, 1803-1828.
Date
1828

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view An authentic and faithful history of the mysterious murder of Maria Marten, with a full development of all the extraordinary circumstances which led to the discovery of her body in the Red barn; to which is added the trial of William Corder. Taken at large in short hand specially for this work, with an account of his execution, dissection, &c., and many interestng particulars relative to the village of Polstead and its vicinity; the prison correspondence of Corder, and fifty-three letters, in answer to his advertisement for a wife / The whole compiled and arranged with upwards of three hundred explanatory notes, by J. Curtis.
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London : T. Kelly, 1828.

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xvi, 472 pages : illustrations, portraits ; (8vo)

Notes

William Corder was tried at the assizes held at Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, August, 1828.

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  • English



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