The Canning Wonder.

New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1926. 8vo. 277 pp. Cloth soiled, spine and corners bumped. Paper spine label sl. chipped. The sensational case of Elizabeth Canning, domestic servant of London, who alleged she was abducted, robbed and held captive by a gypsy woman; evidence exposes her story as a probable lie and conspiracy against the gypsy, Mary Squires, and Canning herself tried and convicted for perjury and sentenced to Newgate. B/w frontispiece, plates. Item #16907

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