Murder of Alfred Furnald

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Murder of Alfred Furnald. Caption below illustration: “On the eighth, while they were at breakfast, a faint moan was heard in the garret. Mrs. Furnald, after looking her husband in the face, left the table without speaking, and went upstairs.” Alfred had been starved to death.


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B. L. Hamlen The Museum of History or Narratives of the Most Remarkable and Interesting Events, Which have Taken Place in Ancient and Modern Times. (New Haven, CT: H. Mansfield, 1921)


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