The witness described a "ministerial-looking gentleman who took tea at her house, on the night in question.": Was it Avery in disguise?

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Title
The witness described a "ministerial-looking gentleman who took tea at her house, on the night in question.": Was it Avery in disguise?
Subtitle
Was it Avery in disguise?
Series
Brown Olio
Contributors
Barclay & Co. (publisher)
Date Issued
1878
Abstract
Engraving of five people seating at a table for tea and a young man standing in the doorway of the dining area from The terrible hay-stack murder : life and trial of the Rev. Ephraim K. Avery, for the murder of the young and beautiful Miss Sarah M. Cornell, a factory girl of Fall River, Mass., whose affections he won, and whose honor he betrayed ..
Extent
1 engraving; 23.7 x 14.5 cm