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" ... tis a wife that murders her husband, and robs her child of a parent who can never be replaced. " I also agree with him that circumstantial evidence is often sufficient to convict a murderer ; and, indeed, were it not so, that most monstrous of crimes... "
Griffith Gaunt: Or, Jealousy - 216. oldal
szerző: Charles Reade - 1866
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The Atlantic Monthly, 18. kötet

1866
...is a heinous crime, and that, black as it is at the best, yet it is still more detestable when 't is a wife that murders her husband, and robs her child...dark deeds, and so provide beforehand that direct testimony to their execrable crime there shall be none. Only herein I am advised to take a distinction...

GRIFFITH GAUNT: OR JEASOUSLY

CHARLES READE - 1873
...man's injustice, but of deceitful appearances, and of honest, but hasty and loose conjectures. 4 4 These conjectures I shall now sift, and hope to show...would go oftenest unpunished, since, of all culprits, murdereijs do most shun the eyes of men in their dark deeds, and so provide beforehand that direct...

The Atlantic Monthly, 18. kötet

1866
...is a heinous crime, and that, black as it is at the best, yet it is still more detestable when Ч is a wife that murders her husband, and robs her child...dark deeds, and so provide beforehand that direct testimony to their execrable crime there .shall be none. Only herein I am advised to take a distinction...

The Atlantic Monthly, 18. kötet

1866
...is a heinous crime, and that, black as it is at the best, yet it is still more detestable when 't is a wife that murders her husband, and robs her child of a parent who can never be replaced. li I also agree with him that circumstantial evidence is often sufficient to convict a murderer ; and,...




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