The Last Words of Ebenezer Mason, Who Was Executed at Dedham, October 7, 1802. For the Murder of William Pitt Allen, His Brother in Law, on the 18th of May, 1802. Taken from His Own Mouth a Few Hours Previous to His Execution.

“If I am a brute, I must think, from what I have heard them say, there are many older and greater brutes than I.”


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Description: The Last Words of Ebenezer Mason, Who Was Executed at Dedham, October 7, 1802. For the Murder of William Pitt Allen, His Brother in Law, on the 18th of May, 1802. Taken from His Own Mouth a Few Hours Previous to His Execution.

Dedham [Mass.] Printed and sold [by H. Mann] at the Minerva-Office, 1802. 18pp. Second edition, with additions. Stitched, mourning border. [3731190]

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