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PREFERRED DEATH TO~lMPi^OjfME^T

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PREFERRED DEATH TO~lMPi^OjfME^T At the Central Criminal Court London, Frderiok < H-ey, thirty-one, a Ertnch polsiher, 0f St John'» Terrace, Hackney, who was found guilty the other weak of the manslaughter of his wife-by -Mf r b.rea' ^f ^er, brought up f0* geAt -air. Justice Hawkins said if the ;prisouer h-id- eure ™™t6d of ^capital offence h&. wa% quite sure tb;,t no one would have interfered wiTh tb0 f,ue c<furse of the la\v. The jury had, however thought right to reduce the otf&ce to m,n' si^hter, but it was a case of the meat cru scription and one which very nearly appro h to murder. It was an extremely bad case, and ha e^adema him to twenty years' penal SerVi it?nT*Xiaoner WeU- 1 wish you would chZi9 death my l0rd' il,stead o £ Corfcurin? me Io

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