Cook, the murderer, or, The Leicester tragedy [electronic resource] : being a full and faithful account of the horrible assassination of Mr. John Paas of London, on the 30th of May, 1832 : perpetrated by James Cook of Leicester : with an authentic detail of the cruel means adopted by the murdered to accomplish the bloody deed : and of the inhuman method which he used to dispose of the body of his murdered victim : to which is added, the singular manner, in which the melancholy fate of the deceased gentleman was discovered, the flight of the culprit, his subsequent apprehension at Liverpool, and his confession of the Barbarous fact, with his trial, conviction, sentence, and execution / / written from the most accurate information by C.J. Williams
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