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The man in question, John F. Hogan, was the victim of "husband-hunters." Such women "are as genuine and real pests of society as professional prostitutes, gamblers, confidence operators, etc." The author recounts "the history of a man who married no less than ten of these peculiar females, nearly all of whom resorted to the same base and reprehensible practices to trap their victim into matrimony."
Hogan, on trial for bigamy in Philadelphia, explained that the women "are simply professional strumpets." Conceding that he "went through some kind of a ceremony," he nevertheless maintained he was not legally married to more than one woman at a time.
OCLC records three locations under three accession numbers as of October 2023. Item #39610