TRIAL OF JOHN HENDRICKSON, JR. FOR THE MURDER OF HIS WIFE MARIA, BY POISONING, AT BETHLEHEM, ALBANY COUNTY, N.Y., MARCH 6TH, 1853, TRIED IN THE COURT OF OYER AND TERMINER, AT ALBANY, N.Y. IN JUNE AND JULY, 1853. REPORTED AND COMPILED BY DAVID M. BARNES, OF THE MORNING EXPRESS, AND W.S. HEVENOR, ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY OF ALBANY COUNTY. John Jr. Hendrickson.
TRIAL OF JOHN HENDRICKSON, JR. FOR THE MURDER OF HIS WIFE MARIA, BY POISONING, AT BETHLEHEM, ALBANY COUNTY, N.Y., MARCH 6TH, 1853, TRIED IN THE COURT OF OYER AND TERMINER, AT ALBANY, N.Y. IN JUNE AND JULY, 1853. REPORTED AND COMPILED BY DAVID M. BARNES, OF THE MORNING EXPRESS, AND W.S. HEVENOR, ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY OF ALBANY COUNTY.
TRIAL OF JOHN HENDRICKSON, JR. FOR THE MURDER OF HIS WIFE MARIA, BY POISONING, AT BETHLEHEM, ALBANY COUNTY, N.Y., MARCH 6TH, 1853, TRIED IN THE COURT OF OYER AND TERMINER, AT ALBANY, N.Y. IN JUNE AND JULY, 1853. REPORTED AND COMPILED BY DAVID M. BARNES, OF THE MORNING EXPRESS, AND W.S. HEVENOR, ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY OF ALBANY COUNTY.

TRIAL OF JOHN HENDRICKSON, JR. FOR THE MURDER OF HIS WIFE MARIA, BY POISONING, AT BETHLEHEM, ALBANY COUNTY, N.Y., MARCH 6TH, 1853, TRIED IN THE COURT OF OYER AND TERMINER, AT ALBANY, N.Y. IN JUNE AND JULY, 1853. REPORTED AND COMPILED BY DAVID M. BARNES, OF THE MORNING EXPRESS, AND W.S. HEVENOR, ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY OF ALBANY COUNTY.

Albany: David W. Barnes and W.S. Hevenor, 1853. Stitched in original printed blue wrappers. Frontis illustrations of murderer and murderee. [7], [1 blank], 176 pp. Light wrapper wear, Very Good.

"Hendrickson, twenty years old and a wastrel, poisoned his nineteen-year-old wife in the first case of aconite poisoning in America. The murder took place in a small country house with seven others of the Hendrickson family close by, all apparently conspiring to conceal the crime. Hendrickson was convicted and hanged" [McDade].
FIRST EDITION. McDade 468. Marke 990. Cohen 12686. Not in Harv. Law Cat. Item #37607

Price: $650.00

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