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Unknown. The trial of Mrs. Branch, and her daughter, for the murder of Jane Buttersworth, before the Hon. Mr. Justice Chapple, at Somerset assizes, March 31, 1740. With a preface, containing an exact acount, taken from the persons who saw the lights in Hemington church-yard, the night before the corpse was taken up, and the true motives for taking up the corpse. To which are added, true copies of some very material informations, taken before Joseph Houlton, and Robert Smith, Esqrs. Justices of the Peace. With a just account of the prisoners behaviour at their trial; at, and after sentence; and at the place of execution.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 25569, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/25569. Accessed 2024-04-12.

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  title={The trial of Mrs. Branch, and her daughter, for the murder of Jane Buttersworth, before the Hon. Mr. Justice Chapple, at Somerset assizes, March 31, 1740. With a preface, containing an exact acount, taken from the persons who saw the lights in Hemington church-yard, the night before the corpse was taken up, and the true motives for taking up the corpse. To which are added, true copies of some very material informations, taken before Joseph Houlton, and Robert Smith, Esqrs. Justices of the Peace. With a just account of the prisoners behaviour at their trial; at, and after sentence; and at the place of execution.},
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