A History Of The Life And Trials Of Thomas McGehean: Who Was Charged With The Shooting And Killing Of Thomas S. Myers (1874) e-book
by Thomas McGehean
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Myers, Thomas . 1840?-1870. Filed under: Myers, Thomas . Biographical sketch of Hon. . Character and antecedents of the lawless organizers of the indignation meetings of Hamilton, et cetera. The notorious whiskey ring of southern Ohio. Cincinnati, 1874) (page images at HathiTrust).
Defending Thomas McGehean in 1871, who had been charged with murder for killing a.Not in vain, however, the jury accepted Vallandigham’s abortive demonstration as evidence and McGehean was duly acquitted of the charge.
Defending Thomas McGehean in 1871, who had been charged with murder for killing a man in a barroom brawl, Vallandigham embarked on a unique effort to convince the jury of his client’s innocence. Attempting to prove the victim, Tom Myers, had accidentally shot himself whilst drawing his pistol from a pocket, Vallandigham was reenacting the event during a practice session when he unintentionally discharged a loaded gun into his belly.
Thomas Erskine, 1st Baron Erskine, KT, PC, KC (10 January 1750 – 17 November 1823) was a British lawyer and politician. He served as Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain between 1806 and 1807 in the Ministry of All the Talents. Erskine was the third and youngest surviving son of Henry Erskine, 10th Earl of Buchan, and was born in a tenement at the head of South Grays Close on the High Street in Edinburgh.
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Portrait of Thomas Becket. He went to work in the household of Theobald, Archbishop of Canterbury, where he was very successful and became an Archdeacon. Theobald recommended him to King Henry II, who made him Chancellor (1155). Becket became a successful and trusted friend and adviser. Henry sent his son, also called Henry, as a page to Becket's household. When Theobald died, Henry made Becket Archbishop of Canterbury (1162). As Archbishop, Becket became much more religious. The manner of his death, murder at the hands of Henry's knights, shot him to fame. 15 biographies were written within 20 years of his death. The Pope made him a saint.
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