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A remarkable narrative of Whiting Sweeting

Whiting Sweeting

A remarkable narrative of Whiting Sweeting

who was executed at Albany, in the state of New York for murder. [Two lines of Scripture text].

by Whiting Sweeting

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Published by by Henry Ranlet, and sold at his book-store, in Main-Street in Printed at Exeter [N.H.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsCarter, William.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination51,[1]p.
Number of Pages51
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19389338M

A Bayside Historical Society item notes some Flushing Town-related records of the period survived because they were kept in Albany. According to a Newsday historical essayshe was angry at him because he would not allow her to marry. This book reveals a possible miscarriage of justice surrounding this entire case and is also an interesting read. A census lists a Darius in the family of Ephraim Quimby there and of an age eligible to be a constable.

Constable Quimby seems also have lived in the Stephentown area. This book reveals a possible miscarriage of justice surrounding this entire case and is also an interesting read. ESPY gives no race nor execution date whereas Hearn identifies him as white, reports that the hanging took place in New York City June 4, and that the crime involved robbery of a mariner aboard a docked sloop. Ithamer Granger, white, convicted of horse stealing despite having Aaron Burr as his attorney and hanged at White Plains in July despite being free a while after a jail escape. More in Hearn. Hearn spells the name Gardiner.

Hearn identifies them as white, reports the crime as the robbery and assault of a silversmith at home, and places the execution in New York City on Feb. ESPY provides no race, date or charge. More in Hearn. Furthermore, for the reasons pointed out in the Book - Pillars of Salt, Monuments of Grace, it seems this litigation is a frequently studied case in the law schools in America as an example of the early American Justice or injustice. By one who had free access to, and frequent conversation with him.


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A remarkable narrative of Whiting Sweeting by Whiting Sweeting Download PDF Ebook

Hearn spells the name Gardiner. Muller and Elizabeth Muller being the other witnesses for the State. ESPY provides no race, date or charge. Cohen; section on Whiting Sweeting, an Evangelical Insurgent which is more readily available in libraries and book stores.

A census lists a Darius in the family of Ephraim Quimby there and of an age eligible to be a constable. Caleb Gardner, convicted of passing counterfeit Spanish dollarswas hanged Friday, Sept.

Ithamer Granger, white, convicted of horse stealing despite having Aaron Burr as his attorney and hanged at White Plains in July despite being free a while after a jail escape.

Anne Hartell, a history seminar member at Adelphi College, did a paper published in the fall issue of Nassau County Historical Journal and now appearing on the Long Island Genealogy sitein which she wrote that a slave named Sarah was also hanged with Nelly in connection with the setting of the fire.

The Sweetings served with patriot units of Massachusetts.

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Hearn lists Davis as black and the other two as white, naming them as Cornelius Vradenburgh and Philip Johnson. Lewis Sweeting and his sons played leading roles in the Revolutionary war effort. Civilian members of the Albany Police Pipes and Drums wear badges honoring the names of decease officers killed in the line of duty.

Hearn provides some details on their Bowery Lane knifepoint hold-up and dates their execution in New York City as Aug. Hearn names the shop owner as merchant Andrew Phillips.

Hearn places the execution in New York City on May 22, ESPY lists them without dating their execution. Also inSamuel Cooke was hanged for forgery. ESPY provides no race or charge.

This book reveals a possible miscarriage of justice surrounding this entire case and is also an interesting read.

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Aaron Burr, then state attorney general, prosecuted the case. Livingston, and Israel Spencer associates, at the trial of the robbers. Later that western part of Massachusetts became the eastern part of New York State, first within Albany County and later within Rensselaer County when that was carved out of Albany County March 24,the same year as the Whiting Sweeting case.

Additional details in Hearn. It is a mystery to me why these anomalies are stated when a quick review of the facts is available There is another Book - Pillars of Salt, Monuments of Grace, by Daniel A. She was born in While incarcerated, Sweeting was visited frequently by William Carter who thereafter authored a small book entitled: The remarkable narrative of Whiting Sweeting who was executed.

The crime involved a falsified legal document used to defraud. John Slocum, white, hanged for horse stealing at Riverhead, L. After the war ended, some members of family moved to other counties including Onondaga and Oneida. Stephentown, N. More in Hearn.

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Constable Quimby seems also have lived in the Stephentown area. His A remarkable narrative of Whiting Sweeting book saw military action.Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.

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