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    Rex v. Wemms: Suffolk Superior Court, Boston

    From: Adams Papers | Legal Papers of John Adams | Volume 3 | R. Criminal Law, continued: The Boston Massacre Trials | Rex v. Wemms: Suffolk Superior Court, Boston

    May it please &c. It now remains to close this Cause on the part of the Crown, a cause, which from the Importance of it has been examined with such minuteness and protracted to such a length that I fear it has fatigued your attention as I am certain it has exhausted my Spirits. However Gentlemen it may serve to show you and all the world that the Benignity of the English Law, so much relied on...
    Judge Cushing . The longest Tryal I have ever known. The Party in K ing S treet had a right to beat . Judge Lynde . 8 Prisoners. No Body can wonder that on their account we have spend a great Deal of Time. HP 482 , If it be not known who kill’d. This Rule will Shorten your Business. Paine Massacre Notes . Presumably 1 Hale, Pleas of the Crown Matthew Hale, Historia Placitorum Coronse: The...