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The trial of William Palmer : twelfth day, May 27, 1856.

Palmer, William, 1824-1856. Illustrated and unabridged edition of the Times report of the trial of William Palmer, for poisoning John Parsons Cook, at Rugeley - Bethesda, MD : U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Health & Human Services, 2010.

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Image of pages 176-177. Page 176 features two engravings running along the long (vertical side) of the page. The bottom one represents the view from the door of William Palmer's cell, with caption: "Condemned cell in Newgate". The upper one represents the "Gallery leading from Newgate to the Central Criminal Court". On the upper half of page 177 is an illustration of "Cells below the Central Criminal Court" with four guards, while the bottom half is a section of the trial transcript.

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<p>Image of pages 176-177. Page 176 features two engravings running along the long (vertical side) of the page. The bottom one represents the view from the door of William Palmer's cell, with caption: "Condemned cell in Newgate". The upper one represents the "Gallery leading from Newgate to the Central Criminal Court". On the upper half of page 177 is an illustration of "Cells below the Central Criminal Court" with four guards, while the bottom half is a section of the trial transcript.</p>
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The trial of William Palmer : twelfth day, May 27, 1856.

Palmer, William, 1824-1856. Illustrated and unabridged edition of the Times report of the trial of William Palmer, for poisoning John Parsons Cook, at Rugeley - Bethesda, MD : U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Health & Human Services, 2010.

<p>Image of pages 176-177. Page 176 features two engravings running along the long (vertical side) of the page. The bottom one represents the view from the door of William Palmer's cell, with caption: "Condemned cell in Newgate". The upper one represents the "Gallery leading from Newgate to the Central Criminal Court". On the upper half of page 177 is an illustration of "Cells below the Central Criminal Court" with four guards, while the bottom half is a section of the trial transcript.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 online resource (1 image)

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Image of pages 176-177. Page 176 features two engravings running along the long (vertical side) of the page. The bottom one represents the view from the door of William Palmer's cell, with caption: "Condemned cell in Newgate". The upper one represents the "Gallery leading from Newgate to the Central Criminal Court". On the upper half of page 177 is an illustration of "Cells below the Central Criminal Court" with four guards, while the bottom half is a section of the trial transcript.

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