kfarley07 Member Photo

Clipped by kfarley07

JamesFarleyFeb18_1852NOLA_manslaughter - ; ox rr: jittsilz.iq xirox. ' Trial ibr...
; ox rr: jittsilz.iq xirox. ' Trial ibr Manslaughter. James Farley was brought ap for trial before the Fbst Instrkt Court vsrterdsy on ts dam of aosn gtsiighttr. for IrUlina Patrick McCshs on tha xathBcptcaabar laat, on tna caraar oi aiaraw saa nw uttm aneets. Dr. DmtUr was sworn, and testified that he examined the hodv immadiatelT aftar death, and while H was rat warm. as It lay ansa tha banquette at the above named corner. Be fcand several brmscs spoo the head and neck, bat there was T"hi - f, externally to radicate that the internal Injury waa aa neat aa tt proved to be. Witness never sa a case where death otcarred aa saddenly after the infliction of sacb W4rande,snd ha eenld not aecasnt far it by and rridrncea upon the body, if he had not previoosly heard that McCabe mA 1 1 ml hiowa. Tha a, if rmm d waa eridentlT much heated before death, and a considersble quantity of Mood was axma apea toe orsui. . . - Dc Dowler cave at some lensth Us opinion nspectmt the esTrc of the concoaeiori of a blow or fell upon ahomsa body heated by excitement, intenrperance and the warmth of thearaaaopbere.andamldthata Mow or fsU might bare canard tha death of tha der rased, aided hy - apop Miu, nkaon I n flm nf a The whole of tbts wttr trmony went la show that it was very doahtftd wheter atccaae sctnsllv died from Mows, fell, or nataral caases. ToaseonalHecaaaeef sis n sain was enoaionanj ran - sion miebtbecaasedbyablowarfau. Dr. Dowlev finally aid that if he bad net beard the facts prevtooste the death 4 McCabe, he weald sspposs, from tha body, that he died ef a iia ad matmifmv - ... Wat. dwrnl, swurn Witness ai rested Farley after tne oeatn at hcum. lie mm rarrey eoneeaiea m a fir - retanTi birsiiliaiaai street. H told Farley that be arrested him far the kilUea of MrCaae, and he aaewared that be did It Is si If ih . ' . . ,:Tj. Joaaw Cr.ii.ilt trtSM that he saw the body of We - Cabs lnrmediateiy after death. . Tha taarne was ant, the fooe Mack, sad Mood flowed fr the moot h. Farley waa petntrdoot to Man as the raws whs killed fdrCabe, botper - i not - He i McCabe first hyinfi aa this banaw ap and sat upon a bench, and he actta. He aAerwara fat ap i themr. eeiMd abkrw from Farley ea the aids of the head wltn hi. flat, and fell first seainat the bench and then apon the ban - onette. Bs d fed aimoot immedistelv. McCabe was in the SsT rwimj from the beach, apon which ha beaambled. i - L - ... h , Th Une lire, he Farlev was ot aaeminffy very amrs. and. a tha time attracted na rSra - rtr - rMed merely to th. bet that, afxCahs and Farley drank tosether shout owre ar a half from whore the former aeon aft lay aeadL,, Ih both afoearad friendiy at the time. . , . . r ' . , " . nJ.iii.farfUth(lii mw MrT!aha and Tar - ley iroarreUlne taewther, and raw Farley atrike the deceased Vwk Mn rm tiva eidMalk. . McCabe's bead was Witnem fitted the deceased ap end piacea arm h. Farlev soon after retarned with two others, I to MrCshe. ssyine that be was the maa sad ha I li Mm Whiua uid to leare him alone, that ha had enoofh i bnt Fsrtev, who had bii coat eo, maoa aome deaaraatration of hortility, when McCabe attempted to rise, and waa ewsek andar the Jaw by Farley, fell to the aroand. and rnefca no Basra. WitneaTdid not see anytbm( In ar ey' hand whMtesawafcCehe. ,n, - , i : , tn - i - tiivfr V. - t i I ' in &

Clipped from
  1. The Times-Picayune,
  2. 18 Feb 1852, Wed,
  3. [First Edition],
  4. Page 4

kfarley07 Member Photo
  • JamesFarleyFeb18_1852NOLA_manslaughter

    kfarley07 – 27 Dec 2013

Want to comment on this Clipping? Sign up for a free account, or sign in