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 - papers. ' BURR INDICTMENTS FOUND. "Not Guilty"...
papers. ' BURR INDICTMENTS FOUND. "Not Guilty" Indorsed on Each Bill Charging Treason. . Special to Tke New York Times. RICHMOND. Va., April 14. After having been given up as lost for many years, the original Indictments on which Aaron Burr was tried for treason and misdemeanor, respectively, respectively, were found here to-day to-day to-day in the archives of the United States Circuit Court. Each indictment contains the indorsement not guilty " in the hand of the Jury foreman. foreman. 4 Indirectly the St. Louis World's Fair is responsible for the discovery of the rare documents. An agent for the United States Department of Justice came from Washington Washington to get the Burr papers for the Government Government exhibit, and while delving in a musty corner of the Clerk's office vault found the indictments. , 1

Clipped from The New York Times15 Apr 1904, FriPage 1

The New York Times (New York, New York)15 Apr 1904, FriPage 1
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