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A concise statement of the trial & confession of William Clutter : who was executed on Friday the 8th of June, 1810, at Boone courthouse, Kentucky, for the murder of John Farmer. To which is prefixed a short sketch of his life

A concise statement of the trial & confession of William Clutter : who was executed on Friday the 8th of June, 1810, at Boone courthouse, Kentucky, for the murder of John Farmer. To which is prefixed a short sketch of his life

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