4 edition of Trial of Mrs. Maybrick found in the catalog.
Trial of Mrs. Maybrick
Florence Elizabeth (Chandler) Maybrick
|Statement||edited by H.B. Irving.|
|Series||Notable British trials|
|Contributions||Irving, Henry Brodribb, 1870-1919, ed.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 p. l., 354 p.|
|Number of Pages||354|
|LC Control Number||46042938|
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Florence Maybrick was sentenced to hang until she was dead. Because Britain did not have a Court of Criminal Appeals inFlorence was doomed. Criminal defendants who lost cases - even if the trial was a travesty, the judge was insane and counsel was incompetent - had no recourse.
Get this from a library. Trial of Mrs. Maybrick. [Florence Elizabeth Maybrick; H B Irving] -- "James Maybrick, a Liverpool cotton broker, died on 11th May, A suspicion had arisen in the minds of some of those attending Mr.
Maybrick during his illness that his wife was attempting to. The hearing heard evidence from the chemists who sold Mrs. Maybrick the flypapers, and testimony from the nurses and servants, as well as that of a certain Mrs. Samuelson. This witness mysteriously disappeared before the trial, but she presented testimony at the inquest that Mrs.
Maybrick told her she hated her husband about two weeks before. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
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Irving () follows the practice of the ‘Notable British Trials’ series in providing an excellent version of the trial of Florence Maybrick for the murder of her husband, James.
One feature I missed were images of the couple – the only photographs supplied are of the legal participants.5/5(1). James Maybrick, 23 years her senior, was immediately smitten, and the following year they were married. The Maybricks lived in Virginia for a while, and the marriage seemed : Dinah Birch.