Well-deserved death sentence, including a moral speech, of Joseph Renner, also known as Prunthaler Sepp, who was executed on September 1st, 1770 by the sword for his crimes of thievery.

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Well-deserved death sentence, including a moral speech, of Joseph Renner, also known as Prunthaler Sepp, who was executed on September 1st, 1770 by the sword for his crimes of thievery.

Description

Wohlverdientes Todesurtheil nebst einer Moralrede des Joseph Renner, vulgö Prunthaler Sepp, welcher auf gnädigste Anbefehlung eines Churfürstl. Hochlöbl. Hofraths allhier in München, wegen seines ausgeübten diebischen Verbrechen heut den 1. Sept. 1770 mit dem Schwerdt vom Leben zum Tod hingerichtet und dessen Kopf auf das Hochgericht gestecket worden. Caption title.

Source

Michigan State University Library Special Collections XXHV6665.G3W642 1770

Publisher

s.n.

Date

1770

Format

Fraktur. [4] p.; 20 cm.

Language

German

Coverage

Munich

Abstract

Confession and sentence of Joseph Renner, a married father of 7 minor chilldren. He been arrested for stealing three times before and had served time in prison. Renner was convicted and beheaded. Includes a moralistic description of the case in verse.

Date Created

1770

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Reference

Well-deserved death sentence, including a moral speech, of Joseph Renner, also known as Prunthaler Sepp, who was executed on September 1st, 1770 by the sword for his crimes of thievery., s.n., 1770

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“Well-deserved death sentence, including a moral speech, of Joseph Renner, also known as Prunthaler Sepp, who was executed on September 1st, 1770 by the sword for his crimes of thievery. ,” "Poor Sinners' Pamphlets", accessed September 19, 2019, http://courses.cal.msu.edu/al340ss16/psp/items/show/200.

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