Trial of David F. Mayberry, for the murder of Andrew Alger; before the Rock Co. Circut Court—Judge Doolittle presiding—July 10th & 11th 1855. Containing the arguments of the attorneys, and a full and correct account of his death by a mob. Reported by Ira C. Jenks, Esq.
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In green or blue printed wrappers
Mentions the early life of David Mayberry as a Latter-day Saint in Nauvoo who following the martyrdom of Josph Smith joins a gang of horse-thieves, spends seven years in the Illinois state prison, and then later murders Andrew Alger for which he is convicted, sentenced to life in prison but is lyched by a mob on the day of his sentencing
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