Excerpt from Twelve Months in an English Prison
The reader of this book, whether a believer in Spirit malism, or one who rejects its claims as delusive and impossible, will be struck by the clear and frank confi dence Shown in the narrative, especially of the circum stances that preceded the criminal trial, and will soon find his feelings drawn into sympathy with the tender, faithful, and courageous spirit of the writer. The heart of the book is the heart of a noble woman.
After a consideration Of the whole case, there can not remain a doubt of her innocence Of the crime for which she suffered; and it must be a continual re proach to the jurisprudence Of the foremost among nations that such an injustice could be done under the forms Of law.
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