The True Particulars of the Awful Death of Mr. R. Corrigan, Farmer in St. Sylvester: At the Cattle Show Held October 17, 1855, as Revealed at the Trial...Before the Court of Queen's Bench, Quebec

Type of resource
Title
The True Particulars of the Awful Death of Mr. R. Corrigan, Farmer in St. Sylvester: At the Cattle Show Held October 17, 1855, as Revealed at the Trial...Before the Court of Queen's Bench, Quebec
Abstract
The murder of Robert Corrigan in 1855 from the isolated parish of Saint-Sylvestre emerged into a national scandal in the mid-1850s. Corrigan, an Irish Protestant convert, was attacked and beaten by a gang of Irish Catholic men who were later acquitted.
Place
Quebec
Publisher
R. Middleton
Date
1856
Language
en
Notes

Full title of book: "The True Particulars of the Awful Death of Mr. R. Corrigan, Farmer in St. Sylvester: At the Cattle Show Held October 17, 1855, as Revealed at the Trial of Richard Kelly, Francis Donaghue, Patrick Donaghue, George Monaghan, Patrick O'Neill, John McCaffrey, and George Bannon, Charged with the Crime of Murder, Before the Court of Queen's Bench, Quebec."

Citation
The True Particulars of the Awful Death of Mr. R. Corrigan, Farmer in St. Sylvester: At the Cattle Show Held October 17, 1855, as Revealed at the Trial...Before the Court of Queen’s Bench, Quebec. Quebec: R. Middleton, 1856.
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