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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

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    N.B . The Court being unable to go through this trial in one day, the King’s Attorney and the...
    James Dodge . . . seemed to come from close before them, i.e. I took it, the snow was flung on...
    SIX o’clock, p.m. the Court adjourned to Thursday morning   29 November   Nine o’clock. Thursday...
    James Brewer . To the best of my Remembrance I saw Kilroy . I came up r oyal exchange Lane, and...
    James Crawford. Went home to Bulls Wharf at dark about 6 O Clock. Met Numbers of People, going...
    FIVE o’clock p.m. the Court adjourned till next morning, Friday,   30 November nine o’clock....
    Jos. Crosbey . Kilroys Bayonett appeared to be covered with Blood 5 or 6 Inches, next day . James...
    May it please your Honours, and you Gentlemen of the Jury . Having gone through the evidence on...
    Josa. Quincy. 3 main Divisions, under the last there will be many Sub divisions. 1st. whether any...