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Trial of Jessie M'Lachlan.

by Roughead, William (ed.):

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Edinburgh: William Hodge, 1925 Second edition, revised. In Notable British Trials series. HB. Cloth and dustjacket. 307pp. With b&w illustrations in plates, and folding plan at back. The Glasgow murder trial, sensational in its day, (1860s) as the Sandyford Mystery, which eventually involved the Government making an intervention. Ex-libray of the Law Courts, Nairobi (two stamps on prelims). Good+ in Very Good protected jacket: light rubbing to covers, bumped corner. Pages largely clean, darkened edges, occasional light foxing, endpapers browned with foxing. Jacket bright, light spotting to back, light creasing to edges.


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