Moral speech about the deaths of Xaveri Lindner, named the long Beri, single, born in Wallersteinischen, 35 years old, Karl Lindel, named the Stiri, married, 40 years old, born in Neuburgisch, and Anton Wagner, named the Kohler, married, a lumberjack from Oberhausen, 40 years old. They were executed with a sword in the imperial city of Augsburg on January 30, 1790.

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Title

Moral speech about the deaths of Xaveri Lindner, named the long Beri, single, born in Wallersteinischen, 35 years old, Karl Lindel, named the Stiri, married, 40 years old, born in Neuburgisch, and Anton Wagner, named the Kohler, married, a lumberjack from Oberhausen, 40 years old. They were executed with a sword in the imperial city of Augsburg on January 30, 1790.

Description

"Moral-Rede auf dem Tod des Xaveri Lindner, der lange Beri genannt, ledigen Stands, aus dem Wallersteinischen gebürtig, 35 Jahr, Karl Lindel, der Stiri genannt, verheurathen Stands Hünnermann, 40 Jahr alt, aus dem Neuburgisch gebürtig, und Anton Wagner, der Kohler genannt, verheurathen Standes, Holzhacker von Oberhausen, 40 Jahr alt, welche von einem hochedlen und hochweisen Rath der Heil. Röm. Reichsstadt Augsburg durch das Schwerdt von Leben zum Tod den 30. Jänner 1790. hingerichtet wurden." Title from illustrated cover.

Source

Michigan State University Library Special Collections XXHV6665.G3M67 1790

Publisher

Bey Philipp Joseph Fill

Date

1790

Format

Fraktur. 1 folded sheet: 1 ill.; 21 x 34 cm.

Language

German

Coverage

Augsburg

Abstract

A morality poem written to describe the acts of thievery that caused three men to receive the death penalty and to serve as a warning to others not to turn to a life of crime. The three criminals to be executed in 3 days time were: Xaveri Lindner, Karl Lindel, and Anton Wagner.

Date Created

1790

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Reference

Moral speech about the deaths of Xaveri Lindner, named the long Beri, single, born in Wallersteinischen, 35 years old, Karl Lindel, named the Stiri, married, 40 years old, born in Neuburgisch, and Anton Wagner, named the Kohler, married, a lumberjack from Oberhausen, 40 years old. They were executed with a sword in the imperial city of Augsburg on January 30, 1790., Bey Philipp Joseph Fill, 1790

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“Moral speech about the deaths of Xaveri Lindner, named the long Beri, single, born in Wallersteinischen, 35 years old, Karl Lindel, named the Stiri, married, 40 years old, born in Neuburgisch, and Anton Wagner, named the Kohler, married, a lumberjack from Oberhausen, 40 years old. They were executed with a sword in the imperial city of Augsburg on January 30, 1790. ,” "Poor Sinners' Pamphlets", accessed August 22, 2019, http://courses.cal.msu.edu/al340ss16/psp/items/show/143.

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