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Author White, Sanford C., defendant

Title The people v. White, Camfield, Sleicher
Published [Troy, NY] : [Various sourses], [1883]
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Description 1 online resource (128 pages)
Summary Case concerns the murder of a union iron moulder, William Hutchinson, who was shot during a mob incident at the Malleable Iron Works in Troy, N.Y., by non-union workers White and Camfield. Sleicher was one of the proprietors of the plant, and was charged with aiding and abetting the murder. The case became known as the Ida Hill Murder
Newspaper extracts from papers in the area of Troy, N.Y., concerning the trials of Sanford C. White, Thomas Camfield, and William Sleicher, for the murder of William Hutchinson. Collected and annotated by Nathaniel C. Moak, counsel for the defendants
Notes Title from PDF index title, viewed Apr. 25, 2008
Subject Camfield, Thomas -- Trials, litigation, etc
Hutchinson, William, -1883
Sleicher, William -- Trials, litigation, etc
White, Sanford C. -- Trials, litigation, etc
Trials (Murder) -- New York (State) -- Troy.
Genre/Form Trial and arbitral proceedings.
Form Electronic book
Author Camfield, Thomas, defendant
Moak, Nathaniel C. (Nathaniel Cleveland), 1833-1892.
Sleicher, William, defendant
Malleable Iron Works (Troy, N.Y.)