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Crime and Punishment in Early Maryland - Semmes, Raphael, Professor
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"The subject of this book pertains to events, often unpleasant, in the domestic lives of the 17th-century Maryland colonists."--publisher's catalog description, 1938 Marylander Edward Erbery called members of the colony's proprietary assembly "rogues and puppies"; he was tied to an apple tree and received thirty-nine lashes. Jacob Lumbrozo, a Maryland Jew who suggested Christ's miracles were done by "magic," was imprisoned indefinitely, escaping execution only by the governor's pardon. Rebecca Fowler was accused of using ...

Crime and Punishment in Early Maryland 1996, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore

ISBN-13: 9780801854248

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Crime and Punishment in Early Maryland 1938, Johns Hopkins University Press

ISBN-13: 9780801828133

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Crime and Punishment in Early Maryland 1938, Patterson Smith Publishing Corporation

ISBN-13: 9780875851105

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