Trial of Richard Greenwood

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Title

Trial of Richard Greenwood

Subject

Insanity, mind

Description

Richard Greenwood was indicted for making an assault with a pistol on Charles Maverley, in a forcible and violent manner, with intent the money of the said Charles to steal [...]
He had several witnesses, relations, and neighbours, that deposed he was at times insane; that he had attempted to destroy himself divers times, by hanging, and drowning, and striving to starve himself; and had at times violent phrensies of mind.

Creator

Old Bailey Online

Publisher

Old Bailey Online

Date

29th April 1767

Contributor

Naveen Kamath

Format

Still Image

Language

English

Type

Still Image

Identifier

t17670429-50

Coverage

Insanity

Files

AA6Real.gif

Citation

Old Bailey Online, “Trial of Richard Greenwood,” Enlightenmens, accessed September 26, 2022, http://enlightenmens.lmc.gatech.edu/items/show/983.

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