Confession and legal sentence of Johann Georg Schlauch of Musterhausen, who was executed with the sword on May 30th, 1788 in Buchloe.

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Confession and legal sentence of Johann Georg Schlauch of Musterhausen, who was executed with the sword on May 30th, 1788 in Buchloe.

Description

Urgicht und peinliches Urtheil über Johann Georg Schlauch von Münsterhausen, welcher den 30. May 1788 zu Buchloe mit dem Schwerdt vom Leben zum Tod gebracht worden. Title from caption; "Lit. G. 317"--P. [4]

Source

Michigan State University Library Special Collections XXHV6665.G3U74 1788

Publisher

Fill

Date

1788

Format

Fraktur. [4] p.; 21 cm.

Language

German

Coverage

Augsburg

Abstract

The confession and sentencing of Johann Georg Schlauch, a 30 year-old, single, Catholic man from Münsterhausen. This is the third time Schlaugh was tried for and convicted of stealing. His confession includes the details of 20 different thefts/robberies he committed. Schlauh was sentenced to beheading by the sword though his body was permitted burial in hallowed ground.

Date Created

1788

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Reference

Confession and legal sentence of Johann Georg Schlauch of Musterhausen, who was executed with the sword on May 30th, 1788 in Buchloe., Fill, 1788

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“Confession and legal sentence of Johann Georg Schlauch of Musterhausen, who was executed with the sword on May 30th, 1788 in Buchloe. ,” "Poor Sinners' Pamphlets", accessed November 17, 2019, http://courses.cal.msu.edu/al340ss16/psp/items/show/139.

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