A sorrowful copy of verses on the awful death and last moments of Jame [sic] Connor who was twice hanged at Kirkdale Goal [sic], for the Mill Street murer [sic]: Sorrowful copy of verses on the awful death and last moments of James Connor who was twice hanged at Kirkdale Gaol for the Mill Street murder
- Connor, James, -1873, creator
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- 1 sheet ( p.) ; 25 x 18.5 cm.
Broadside poems-England-19th century.
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- Connor, James
Executions and executioners--England--Liverpool--Poetry
Executions and executioners--England--Liverpool
- A prose account of the execution, followed by an account in 36 lines of verse, in two columns.
Connor was convicted of the murder of James Gaffney in Mill Street, Liverpool, At his execution on 8 September 1873, the first attempt to hang him failed when the rope broke.
- Harvard Law School Library, Harvard University
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