Confession and sentence of Joseph Martin from Buttweiß in Bohemia, who was executed by strangulation on July 24th, 1804 in Türkheim for his involvement in 47 thefts and burglaries with three other accomplices.

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Confession and sentence of Joseph Martin from Buttweiß in Bohemia, who was executed by strangulation on July 24th, 1804 in Türkheim for his involvement in 47 thefts and burglaries with three other accomplices.

Description

Urgicht und Urtheil über Joseph Martin, aus böhmisch Buttweiß, welcher den 24ten July 1804. zu Türkheim wegen mit drey Gesellschaftern oder Mitschuldigen verübter 47. Diebstähle und respective Einbrüche mit dem Strang vom Leben zum Tod gebracht. Cover title; Includes printer's devices; "Von peinlichen Rechtswegen. Memmingen den 16ten July 1804. Kurphfalzbaiersches Hofgericht in Schwaben. Baron von Griessenbeck, Präsident. Höfler, Sekretär"--P. [3].

Source

Michigan State University Library Special Collections folio XXHV6665.G32U74 1804

Publisher

Gedruckt und verlegt bey Sebastian Joseph Steiner Buchdrucker

Date

1804

Format

Fraktur. [3] p.; 21 cm.

Language

German

Coverage

Mindelheim

Abstract

The confession and sentence of Joesph Martin, a single, 28 year-old, Catholic, army deserter, who commited 47 thefts with the help of accomplices Jakob Gutmayr, Georg Lindner, and Xaver Fritz von Hörmatshofen, and Anastasia Kellerin von Osterreithen. He was sentenced to hang until dead.

Date Created

1804

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Confession and sentence of Joseph Martin from Buttweiß in Bohemia, who was executed by strangulation on July 24th, 1804 in Türkheim for his involvement in 47 thefts and burglaries with three other accomplices., Gedruckt und verlegt bey Sebastian Joseph Steiner Buchdrucker, 1804

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“Confession and sentence of Joseph Martin from Buttweiß in Bohemia, who was executed by strangulation on July 24th, 1804 in Türkheim for his involvement in 47 thefts and burglaries with three other accomplices. ,” "Poor Sinners' Pamphlets", accessed October 21, 2019, http://courses.cal.msu.edu/al340ss16/psp/items/show/152.

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