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An address occasioned by the death of General Lingan, who was murdered by the mob at Baltimore
|Statement||by George Washington Park Custis|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 25199|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
A Los Angeles jury on Wednesday convicted a graphic novelist of the torture murder of his fiancee — a grisly slaying that prosecutors say was patterned after a book he worked on years earlier. TOWN MEETING. At a meeting of the citizens of Georgetown, convened at the Union Tavern, on the 7th of August, for the purpose of expressing their sense of the outrage recently committed in Baltimore, and declaring to the world their testimony to the virtues and worth of the late General Lingan—William Marbury, Esq being called to the chair, and George French, Esq. appointed .
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Oration by Mr. Custis, of Arlington; with an Account of the Funeral Solemnities in Honor of the Lamented Gen. James M. Lingan.
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This last attack on the Baltimore offices of the paper led to the death of a member of the mob and the protective confinement of the paper's defenders, including Hanson, General James M.
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