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The trial of Thomas Clewes, for the murder of Richard Hemming
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A report of the trial of Thomas Clewes, for the murder of Richard Hemming: and of the proceedings upon several indictments against the said Thomas Clewes, and against John Barnett and George Bankes, touching the murders of the said Richard Hemming, and the Rev.
George Parker, at the Worcester Assizes, Mabefore Mr. Justice Littledale. Hemming was told to hide himself in Thomas Clewes' barn while a plan was hatched for his escape.
At eleven o'clock on the night after the murder, Evans, Taylor and George Banks called at Clewes' home and the four men went out to the barn, where Richard Hemming had concealed himself under some loose : Nicola Sly.
The trial of Clewes, John Barnett and George Banks (the two surviving conspirators his confession had implicated) was confidently expected to result in a triple hanging. The trial. Despite these expectations, due to a legal technicality the three farmers could not be tried for the first death, the shooting of Parker.
BOUND WITH: The trial of Thomas Clewes, for the murder of Richard Hemming: together with the arraignment of George Bankes, and John Barnett, as accessaries in the murder of the Rev. George Parker, at Oddingley, Worcestershire, in the year before Mr. Justice Littledale, at the Lent assizes, Worcester, March 11th, Netherwood Farm, where the body of Hemming was found, and which was occupied by Thomas Clewes at the period of Mr.
Parker's murder, is at the other extremity of the parish, and on the road to Crowle. It is much retired, as is also the Church Farm, at which Captain Evans lived, and which is about half- way between Netherwood For the murder of Richard Hemming book, and the field.
Clewes, fearful his dogs might be disturbed, dug a hole in the floor, tipped the body in and went to bed. An inquest was held at the Talbot Inn on the Barbourne. Clewes and those of the conspirators who were still alive were charged with murder.
The two briefs for the prosecution occupy sheets of paper, one being 84 and the other sheets. It was understood that an effort would be made to get rid of Clewes's confession, upon the ground that when he originally made a confession to a magistrate, he.
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