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Swinburne, John, 1820-1889 Review of the case, the people agt. Rev. Henry Budge - Bethesda, MD : U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Health & Human Services, 2010.

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Image of plate no. 6, facing p. 82, Lith. of Van Benthuysen, Albany. Drawing of a possible described position for how Henry Budge is thought to have murdered his wife, Priscilla Budge. She is lying in bed, covered up to her chest. He is standing behind the bed, against the wall, on her right side. Leaning over her head, he is covering her mouth and chin with his left hand and slitting her throat with a long knife in his right hand.

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<p>Image of plate no. 6, facing p. 82, Lith. of Van Benthuysen, Albany. Drawing of a possible described position for how Henry Budge is thought to have murdered his wife, Priscilla Budge. She is lying in bed, covered up to her chest. He is standing behind the bed, against the wall, on her right side. Leaning over her head, he is covering her mouth and chin with his left hand and slitting her throat with a long knife in his right hand.</p>
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[Murder position no. 4]

Swinburne, John, 1820-1889 Review of the case, the people agt. Rev. Henry Budge - Bethesda, MD : U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Health & Human Services, 2010.

<p>Image of plate no. 6, facing p. 82, Lith. of Van Benthuysen, Albany. Drawing of a possible described position for how Henry Budge is thought to have murdered his wife, Priscilla Budge. She is lying in bed, covered up to her chest. He is standing behind the bed, against the wall, on her right side. Leaning over her head, he is covering her mouth and chin with his left hand and slitting her throat with a long knife in his right hand.</p>
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Image of plate no. 6, facing p. 82, Lith. of Van Benthuysen, Albany. Drawing of a possible described position for how Henry Budge is thought to have murdered his wife, Priscilla Budge. She is lying in bed, covered up to her chest. He is standing behind the bed, against the wall, on her right side. Leaning over her head, he is covering her mouth and chin with his left hand and slitting her throat with a long knife in his right hand.

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