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Context of The life and adventures of Ambrose Gwinett, : apprentice to an attorney at law. Who, for a murder which he never committed, was tried, condemned, executed, and hung in chains, in England: yet lived many years afterwards, and in his travels found the man in the West-Indies, actually alive, for the supposed murder of whom, he had been really executed. : Demonstratively proving, that condemnations upon circumstantial evidence are injurious to innocence, incompatible with justice, and therefore ought always to be discountenanced, especially in cases of life and death, (electronic resource)
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