Historical depiction of the double murder, for which the single, tinsmith's apprentice Friedrich Cörper from Nürnberg was sentenced to death.

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Title

Historical depiction of the double murder, for which the single, tinsmith's apprentice Friedrich Cörper from Nürnberg was sentenced to death.

Description

Geschichtliche Darstellung des zweifachen Mordes wegen dessen der ledige Flaschnergeselle Friedrich Cörper aus Nürnberg zur Todesstrafe verurtheilt wurde. Cover title; "Busch, [Court] Director"--P. [4]; Printer's numbering: S. Nr. 611; "Nürnberg den 21. Oktober 1830"--P. [4]

Source

Michigan State University Library Special Collections XX folioKK270.7.C67G4 1830

Publisher

Königl. Bayer. Kreis- und Stadtgericht Nürnberg. Gedruckt und zu haben in der Sebaldschen Buchdruckerei

Date

1830

Format

Fraktur. [3] p.; 22 cm.

Language

German

Coverage

Nuremberg

Abstract

Gives details of two murders committed during a robbery by Friedrich Cörper, a bottlemaker's apprentice, for which he was found guilty according to the Criminal Code, part I, articles 146 and 147, no. 4 and sentenced to death by beheading with the stipulation that he first be put on display in the pillory for 30 minutes. Includes information on Cörper's prior crimes and sentences as well as information provided by his robbery accomplice.

Date Created

1830

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Reference

Historical depiction of the double murder, for which the single, tinsmith's apprentice Friedrich Cörper from Nürnberg was sentenced to death., Königl. Bayer. Kreis- und Stadtgericht Nürnberg. Gedruckt und zu haben in der Sebaldschen Buchdruckerei, 1830

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“Historical depiction of the double murder, for which the single, tinsmith's apprentice Friedrich Cörper from Nürnberg was sentenced to death. ,” "Poor Sinners' Pamphlets", accessed August 22, 2019, http://courses.cal.msu.edu/al340ss16/psp/items/show/192.

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