Huron Reflector 10 July 1832 Amos Miner murder of John Smith, town sergeant of Foster

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Huron Reflector 10 July 1832 Amos Miner murder of John Smith, town sergeant of Foster - offices ap- be of us been perfect the w i n c i...
offices ap- be of us been perfect the w i n c i n oppression all fiom of the sun without avoid keep let a SHOCKING OCCUIUIENCE.--Amos Miner, who states that he is a of the State of New York, and resided in Killingly, Conn, for years past, was committed to jail this city josterday, on a charge murder. It is stated that Miner, being in debt at Killingly, left place suddenly on Thursday, w his family, and was journeying them in the town of Foster, on way to a factory, where he had engaged employment. A creditor pursued him, and obtained a this state on his demand, and employed Mr John Smith, the town sergeant of Footer, to make on the writ. He met Miner, had an ax in his hand, and his business, when Miner instantly struck Smith with the edge of ax, partly upon the side and his neck, cutting a very deep and enti'-ely severing the bone neck. Smith instantly fell upon face, and Miner repeated the upon his back. Smith died almost without a struggle. He then pursued the two persons, who were

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  1. Huron Reflector,
  2. 10 Jul 1832, Tue,
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