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1. The genuine account of the trial of Eugene Aram for the murder of Daniel Clark, late of Knaresbrough in the county of York : who was convicted at York Assizes, August 5, 1759, before the Hon. William Noel, Esquire, one of His Majesty's justices of the Court of Common Pleas : to which after a short narration of the fact is prefixed an account of the remarkable discovery of a human skeleton at Thistle-Hill : a detail of all the judicial proceedings from the time of the bones being found to the commitment of Richard Houseman, Eugene Aram and Henry Terry to York Castle : the depositions of Anna Aram, Philip Coates, John Yeates, &c. : the examination and confession of Richard Houseman : the apprehending of Eugene Aram, at Lynn in Norfolk, with his examination and commitment : to which are added the remarkable defence he made on his trial, his own account of himself written after his condemnation : with the apology which he [left in] his cell for the attempt he made on his own life and his plan for a Lexicon, some pieces of poetry, &c.

2. The genuine account of the life and trial of Eugene Aram, for the murder of Daniel Clark, late of Knarrsbrough in the county of York Who was convicted at York Assizes, August 3, 1759, be before the Hon. William Noel, Esq. After a short narration of the fact, is prefixed, an account of the remarkable discovery of the human skeleton at Thistle-Hill: a detail of all the judicial proceedings from the time of the bones being found, to the commitment of Richard Houseman, Eugene Aram, and Henry Terry to York Castle: The deposition of Anna Aram, Philip Coates, John Yeates, &c. The examination and confession of Richard Houseman; the apprehending of Eugeue Aram, at Lynn, in Norfolk: with his examination and commitment. To which are added, the remarkable defence he made on his tryal: his own account of himself, written after his condemnation with the apology, which he left in his cell, for the attempt the made on his own life; and his plan for a Lexicon, some pieces of poetry, &c. All taken immediately from the original depositions, papers and manuscripts of Eugene Arm. To this edition is further added, the surprizing story of Jaques du Moulin

3. A Genuine account of the trial, &c., of Eugene Aram, who was convicted at York Assizes, August 3, 1759, before the Honourable William Noel, Esq., one of His Majesty's justices of the Court of Common Pleas, for the murder of Daniel Clark, late of Knaresborough, in the county of York : to which are added, an account of the remarkable discovery of a human skeleton at Thistle Hill, a detail of all the judicial proceedings from the time of the bones being found, to the commitment of Richard Houseman, Eugene Aram, and Henry Terry, to York Castle, the depositions of Anna Aram, Philip Coates, John Yates, &c., the examination and confession of Richard Houseman, the apprehending of Eugene Aram, at Lynn, in Norfolk, with his examination and commitment, the remarkable defence he made on his trial, his own account of himself, written after his condemnation, with an apology, which he left in his cell, for the attempt he made on his life : also, the origin and antiquity of the Mel-Supper, some pieces of poetry, &c., written during his confinement in York Castle : with a beautiful poem, by T. Hood, Esq., called the Dream of Eugene Aram

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