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215317

Daniel Sickles Murderer In 1859....

Item #215317

February 28, 1859

THE NEW YORK HERALD, Feb. 28, 1859.

 

* Historic murder of Hon. Philip Barton Key by Daniel Sickles in Washington DC - 1st report



Front page has: "Terrible Tragedy In Washington" "Philip Barton Key, Esq., Shot Dead by Hon. Daniel E. Sickles" "Intense Excitement In The Capital" "Surrender of Mr. Sickles to the Authorities" "The Investigation before the Coroner Verdict Of The Jury" Oth
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Philip Barton Key shot dead..

Item #548404

February 28, 1859

NEW-YORK TIMES, February 28, 1859.



* Philip Barton Key

* Daniel Sickles

* Assassination




Front page has:



* Dreadful Tragedy

* Shocking Homicide

* Philip Barton Key Shot Dead in the Street by Daniel E. Sickles

* Sad Story of Domestic Ruin and Bloody Revenge




Report takes 2 1/4 columns. Two printing creases slightly affects some of the text in the report.



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215941

Daniel Sickles Commits Murder in 1859....

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March 01, 1859

THE NEW YORK HERALD, March 1, 1859.



* Killing of Philip Barton Key by Daniel Sickles in original reporting - unique gift idea



Front page has: "The Sickles Tragedy" "The Killing of Philip Barton Key" "Proceedings of the Circuit Court and Members of the Bar" "Sketches of the Principal Actors in the Tragedy" "The Feeling in the City Relative to the Affair" and more. Other news of the day. 8 pa
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586101

The Daniel Sickles "insanity" case...

Item #586101

March 01, 1859

HARTFORD DAILY COURANT, Hartford, Connecticut, Feb. 29, 1859 



* Daniel Edgar Sickles trial

* Philip Barton Key murder




Page 2 has two-thirds of a column taken up with: "Assassination of Phillip Barton Key, by Daniel E. Sickles of New York". This murder case created a national sensation because of the lurid details, as Sickles suspected Key (son of Francis Scott Key) of having ... See More  

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221318

Group lot on the Daniel Sickles murder case... First use of the "insanity" plea...

Item #221318

March 02, 1859

Here is a collection of fifteen issues (15) of THE NEW YORK TIMES newspaper, all different dates from March 2 thru April 25, 1859 and each with front page coverage of: "The Sickles Tragedy", being the trial of Congressman Daniel Sickles for the murder of Philip Barton Key, son of Francis Scott Key. It created a national sensation because of the lurid details, as Sickles suspected Key of havin
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218428

Daniel Sickles & Philip Barton Key...

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March 02, 1859

THE DAILY JOURNAL, Wilmington, North Carolina, March 2, 1859.



* Daniel Sickles

* Philip Barton Key
* Insanity plea


Pg. 2 contains a report headed: "The Sickles & Key Tragedy" which was the talk of the town in 1859. Daniel Sickles suspected Philip Barton Key (son of Francis Scott Key) was having an affair with his wife, and when Sickles caught Key attempting to ente
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607094

Daniel Sickles... Afrcian slave trade...

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March 04, 1859

NEW YORK DAILY TIMES, March 4, 1859



* Daniel Sickles' wife

* Philip Barton Key murder

* African slave trade




The front page has an article headed: "The Sickles Tragedy" See image for text here.

Page 2 has a lengthy article headed: "The Slave-trade and the Right of Search" Text takes up over 1 1/2 columns

Other news of the day. Complete in 8 pages, nice condition.... See More  

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575877

Murder of Philip Barton Key, an early report...

Item #575877

March 04, 1859

WILMINGTON JOURNAL, North Carolina, March 4, 1859  Page 2 has an historic first report of the famous Sickles-Key murder with a column headed: "Terrific Tragedy at Washington--Philip Barton Key Shot Dead by Hon. Daniel E. Sickles". The coverage is extensive with other heads: "Alleged Cause of the Tragedy" "The Sickles & Key Tragedy" "The Lafayette Square ... See More  

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573621

The Daniel Sickles trial... (a 3 issue set)

Item #573621

March 04, 1859

THE NEW YORK HERALD, a trio of issues dated March 4, April 9 & 13, 1859 



* Daniel Sickles murder trial

* Philip Barton Key



The first use of a plea of temporary insanity by a criminal defendant made the Daniel Sickles case noteworthy in American legal history.

Daniel Sickles' murder of Philip Barton Key was the kind of crime that piqued the interest of many, captivating the nat... See More  

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634322

The Daniel Sickles trial... (a 3 issue set)

Item #634322

March 04, 1859

THE NEW YORK HERALD, a trio of issues dated March 4, April 9 & 13, 1859  



* Daniel Sickles trial

* Philip Barton Key murder




The first use of a plea of temporary insanity by a criminal defendant made the Daniel Sickles case noteworthy in American legal history.

Daniel Sickles' murder of Philip Barton Key was the kind of crime that piqued the interest of many, captivating ... See More  

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607147

Daniel Sickles indicted for murder...

Item #607147

March 10, 1859

NEW YORK DAILY TIMES, March 10, 1859



* Daniel Sickles murder indictment

* Philip Barton Keys II assassination




The front page has an article headed: "From Washington" "An Indictment found against Mr. Sickles for Killing Key...." See images for text here.

Other news of the day. Complete in 8 pages, minor spine wear, nice condition.... See More  

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172240

Early Winslow Homer: Skating in Boston... The Sickles tragedy...

Item #172240

March 12, 1859

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, March 12, 1859 Ftpg. shows: 'The Last Hours of Congress, March, 1858'. Halfpg: 'Homicide of P. Barton Key by Hon. Daniel Sickles at Washington'. Nice fullpg. Homer: 'Skating At Boston'. Additional illustrations, articles and advertisements are within.

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152871

Item #152871

March 12, 1859

LESLIE'S ILLUSTRATED, New York March 12, 1859 Nearly a full front page: Hon. Daniel Sickles Shooting Philip Barton Key In Presidents Square, Washington--Scene Of The Tragedy. Report begins on the front page. More inside with portraits of Daniel Sickles and Mrs. Sickles. Small print of Sickles in jail. Other related prints as well. Lite dirtiness and a few very minor ink stains on the front page. 1... See More  

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152781

1859 Newspaper DANIEL EDGAR SICKLES MURDERS P.B. Key !

Item #152781

March 19, 1859

Here is a complete, genuine historic newspaper with the following title, date and description: LESLIE'S ILLUSTRATED, New York March 19, 1859 Halfpg: "The Great Tragedy In Washington--Carrying The Dead Body Of Philip Barton Key Into The Clubhouse". Report above this: "The Domestic Tragedy In Washington". Inside has prints of the Sickles house as well as the property where Key and Mrs. Sickles would... See More  

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607149

Daniel Sickles indicted for murder...

Item #607149

March 22, 1859

NEW YORK DAILY TIMES, March 22, 1859



* Ellen Mitchell & children slavery case

* Chatham fundraising for freedom




Page 5 has an article headed: "A White Woman and her Children Held in Slavery" See images for text here.

Other news of the day. Complete in 8 pages, minor spine wear, nice condition.

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607154

Daniel Sickles murder trial begins...

Item #607154

April 04, 1859

NEW YORK DAILY TIMES, April 4, 1859



* Daniel Sickles murder trial begins (day of)

* Philip Barton Key II assassination




The front page has an article headed: "Trial of Mr. Sickles" See images for text here.

Other news of the day. Complete in 8 pages, minor spine wear, nice condition.

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539068

The Daniel Sickles' trial...

Item #539068

April 05, 1859

THE NEW YORK TIMES, April 5, 1859 The first column on the ftpg. has heads including: "The Sickles Tragedy" "Trial of Daniel E. Sickles for the Murder of Philip Barton Key" "Appearance of the Prisoner" "A Panel of 30 Jurors Exhausted--A New Panel of 75 Ordered" "The Accused Not Allowed To Leave the Dock" & more. This famous trial created a nati... See More  

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578672

The Daniel Sickles trial...

Item #578672

April 06, 1859

THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE, a trio of issues dated April 6, 19 & 23, 1859



* Daniel Sickles murder trial

* Philip Barton Key

* 3 issue lot




The first use of a plea of temporary insanity by a criminal defendant made the Daniel Sickles case noteworthy in American legal history.

Daniel Sickles' murder of Philip Barton Key was the kind of crime that piqued the interest of many, captivating th... See More  

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637194

The Daniel Sickles trial...

Item #637194

April 06, 1859

NEW YORK TRIBUNE, a trio of issues dated April 6, 19 & 23, 1859  The first use of a plea of temporary insanity by a criminal defendant made the Daniel Sickles case noteworthy in American legal history.

Daniel Sickles' murder of Philip Barton Key was the kind of crime that piqued the interest of many, captivating the nation's press. Not even the most high-browed Victorian could ig... See More  

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216332

Daniel Sickles Commits Murder 1859....

Item #216332

April 07, 1859

THE NEW YORK HERALD, April 7, 1859.



* Killing of Philip Barton Key

* Daniel Sickles trial


Page 3 has: "The Washington Tragedy" "Trial of Daniel E. Sickles for Killing Philip Barton Key" "Interesting Scenes in Court Yesterday" "12 Jurors Empaneled At Last" "Opening of the Cross-Firing of Counsel" and more. Other news of the day. 12 pages in good condition.
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566291

The Daniel Sickles trial, in a Washington newspaper...

Item #566291

April 07, 1859

NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER, Washington, D.C., a trio of issues dated April 7, 9, and 12, 1859  The first use of a plea of temporary insanity by a criminal defendant made the Daniel Sickles case noteworthy in American legal history.

Daniel Sickles' murder of Philip Barton Key was the kind of crime that piqued the interest of many, captivating the nation's press. Not even the most highbrowed Victo... See More  

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219311

Daniel Sickles murder trial....

Item #219311

April 08, 1859

THE NEW YORK HERALD, with reports about the sensational trial of Daniel Sickles, the murderer of Philip Barton Key (son of Francis Scott Key). In good condition, April 8, 1859.

 

* Daniel Sickles murder trial for killing Philip Barton Key



The Washington Tragedy Trial of Daniel E. Sickles for Killing Philip Barton Key Statement of the Case by the District Attorney Intensely Interes
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579444

The Daniel Sickles trial...

Item #579444

April 08, 1859

THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE, a trio of issues dated April 8, 14 & 21, 1859.  The first use of a plea of temporary insanity by a criminal defendant made the Daniel Sickles case noteworthy in American legal history.

Daniel Sickles' murder of Philip Barton Key was the kind of crime that piqued the interest of many, captivating the nation's press. Not even the most high-browed Victorian cou... See More  

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203389

1859 Daniel Sickles Murder & Adultry Trial...

Item #203389

April 09, 1859

DOLLAR WEEKLY MIRROR, Manchester NH, April 9, 1859 Pg. 3 report: "The Sickles Trial" with mention that Sickles pleaded "not guilty" at the arraignment. Also a brief report under "The Sickles Trial" and a detailed article: "Mr. Sickles History and Personal Appearance".

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172248

Trial of Daniel Sickles...

Item #172248

April 09, 1859

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, April 9, 1859  The front

page features a cameo of 'The Hon. Daniel E. Sickles' with a lengthy accompanying article entitled "Biographical Sketch of Hon. D. E. Sickles". Two illustrations of: 'The Wreck of the Dromahair' 'Destruction of St. Peter's College, Troy, N.Y., by a Landslide' 'Landing of the Neapolitan Exiles at... See More  

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573645

Trial of Daniel Sickles...

Item #573645

April 09, 1859

FRANK LESLIE'S ILLUSTRATED, New York, April 9, 1859 



* Daniel Sickles murder trial

* Philip Barton Key

* Prints




Features a nice doublepg. centerfold: "Trial of Daniel Sickles for the Murder of Philip Barton Key...Opening of the Court of General Sessions..." (see). There is related text on the preceding page. Complete in 16 pages, some pages bound out of order, some wear at ... See More  

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584771

The Daniel Sickles trial...

Item #584771

April 09, 1859

THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE, a trio of issues dated April 9, 11 & 20, 1859. 



* Daniel sickles murder trial

* Philip Barton Key




The first use of a plea of temporary insanity by a criminal defendant made the Daniel Sickles case noteworthy in American legal history.

Daniel Sickles' murder of Philip Barton Key was the kind of crime that piqued the interest of many, captivating the nation... See More  

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219310

Daniel Sickles Murder Trial...

Item #219310

April 10, 1859

THE NEW YORK HERALD, with reports about the sensational trial of Daniel Sickles, the murderer of Philip Barton Key (son of Francis Scott Key). In good condition, April 10, 1859.

 

* Daniel Sickles murder trial

* Philip Barton Key




The Washington Tragedy Trial of Daniel E. Sickles for Killing Philip Barton Key Opening Speech of Counsel for the Defense Quotations form the Scriptures a
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588662

The Daniel Sickles trial...

Item #588662

April 11, 1859

THE NEW YORK TIMES, a trio of issues dated April 11, 16 and 25, 1859.  The first use of a plea of temporary insanity by a criminal defendant made the Daniel Sickles case noteworthy in American legal history.

Daniel Sickles' murder of Philip Barton Key was the kind of crime that piqued the interest of many, captivating the nation's press. Not even the most high-browed Victorian could ... See More  

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633198

The Daniel Sickles: temporary insanity on trial...

Item #633198

April 14, 1859

NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER, Washington, D.C., a trio of issues April 14, 16, and 19, 1859  The first use of a plea of temporary insanity by a criminal defendant made the Daniel Sickles case noteworthy in American legal history.

Daniel Sickles' murder of Philip Barton Key was the kind of crime that piqued the interest of many, captivating the nation's press. Not even the most high-browed ... See More  

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219309

Daniel Sickles in 1859...

Item #219309

April 14, 1859

THE NEW YORK HERALD, with reports about the sensational trial of Daniel Sickles, the murderer of Philip Barton Key (son of Francis Scott Key). In good condition, April 14, 1859.

 

* Daniel Sickles trial for murdering Philip Barton Key



The Washington Tragedy Trial of Daniel E. Sickles for Killing Philip Barton Key Argument of Counsel on the Admissibility of Mr. Sickles Confession Judg
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571856

The Daniel Sickles...

Item #571856

April 14, 1859

NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER, Washington, D.C., a trio of issues April 14, 16, and 19, 1859 



* Daniel Sickles murder trial issues

* Philip Barton Key love triangle




The first use of a plea of temporary insanity by a criminal defendant made the Daniel Sickles case noteworthy in American legal history.

Daniel Sickles' murder of Philip Barton Key was the kind of crime that piqued the intere... See More  

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575063

The Daniel Sickles trial...

Item #575063

April 15, 1859

THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE, a trio of issues dated April 15, 16 & 26, 1859  The first use of a plea of temporary insanity by a criminal defendant made the Daniel Sickles case noteworthy in American legal history.

Daniel Sickles' murder of Philip Barton Key was the kind of crime that piqued the interest of many, captivating the nation's press. Not even the most high-browed Victorian could ignor... See More  

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576043

The Daniel Sickles trial...

Item #576043

April 15, 1859

THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE, a trio of issues dated April 5, 6 & 7, 1859  The first use of a plea of temporary insanity by a criminal defendant made the Daniel Sickles case noteworthy in American legal history.

Daniel Sickles' murder of Philip Barton Key was the kind of crime that piqued the interest of many, captivating the nation's press. Not even the most high-browed Victorian could ignore a... See More  

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The Daniel Sickles trial...

Item #571275

April 16, 1859

FRANK LESLIE'S ILLUSTRATED, New York, April 16, 1859 



* Daniel Sickles murder trial

* Philip Barton Key

* Prints




This issue has much coverage of the historic Daniel Sickles trial. This was the first use of a plea of temporary insanity by a criminal defendant making this a noteworthy case in American legal history.

The ftpg. shows "Mode of Swearing in the Jury..." and a ske... See More  

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172250

Sickles trial...

Item #172250

April 16, 1859

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, April 16, 1859  The front page features a half page illustration entitled "Opening of the Spring Fashions". A full page illustration of "The Funeral of Emilio Dandolo at Milan, Italy." 

The detailed reporting of the Daniel Sickles trial is found under the "Domestic Intelligence" section of the issue as well as in the article &... See More  

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652288

The Daniel Sickles trial... Phelan the billiards champion...

Item #652288

April 16, 1859

FRANK LESLIE'S ILLUSTRATED, New York, April 16, 1859  This issue has much coverage of the historic Daniel Sickles trial during which was the first use of a plea of temporary insanity by a criminal defendant. As such, this a noteworthy case in American legal history.

The ftpg. shows "Mode of Swearing in the Jury..." and a sketch of the complete jury. Two pages inside have variou... See More  

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203388

1859 Daniel Sickles Murder & Adultry Trial...

Item #203388

April 16, 1859

DOLLAR WEEKLY MIRROR, Manchester NH, April 16, 1859 Brief ftpg. report under "Sickles Trial" lists the items from the deceased produced by the coroner, plus a few other details. Also another report: "Sickles Trial--Important Facts". Pg. 2 has two more reports: "Sickles Trial" and "The Sickles Trial", plus the related letters of Philip Barton Key which were ruled inadmissible by the judge. First le... See More  

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652281

The Daniel Sickles trial...

Item #652281

April 16, 1859

FRANK LESLIE'S ILLUSTRATED, New York, April 16, 1859  This issue has much coverage of the historic Daniel Sickles trial. This was the first use of a plea of temporary insanity by a criminal defendant making this a noteworthy case in American legal history.

The ftpg. shows "Mode of Swearing in the Jury..." and a sketch of the complete jury. Two pages inside have various prints r... See More  

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596754

The Daniel Sickles trial...

Item #596754

April 18, 1859

THE NEW YORK TIMES, a set of four nearly consecutive issues dated April 5, 6, 8 & 9, 1859.  The first use of a plea of temporary insanity by a criminal defendant made the Daniel Sickles case noteworthy in American legal history.

Daniel Sickles' murder of Philip Barton Key was the kind of crime that piqued the interest of many, captivating the nation's press. Not even the most hig... See More  

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595091

The Daniel Sickles trial...

Item #595091

April 18, 1859

THE NEW YORK TIMES, a trio of consecutive issues dated April 18, 19 & 20, 1859 



* Daniel sickles murder trial

* Philip Barton Key




The first use of a plea of temporary insanity by a criminal defendant made the Daniel Sickles case noteworthy in American legal history.

Daniel Sickles' murder of Philip Barton Key was the kind of crime that piqued the interest of many, captivating ... See More  

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592551

The Daniel Sickles trial...

Item #592551

April 21, 1859

THE NEW YORK TIMES, a trio of consecutive issues dated April 21, 22 & 23, 1859.  The first use of a plea of temporary insanity by a criminal defendant made the Daniel Sickles case noteworthy in American legal history.

Daniel Sickles' murder of Philip Barton Key was the kind of crime that piqued the interest of many, captivating the nation's press. Not even the most high-browed Vi... See More  

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633508

The Daniel Sickles trial...

Item #633508

April 21, 1859

NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER, Washington, D.C., a trio of issues April 21, 23, and 26, 1859 



* Daniel Sickles trial

* Philip Barton Key murder




The first use of a plea of temporary insanity by a criminal defendant made the Daniel Sickles case noteworthy in American legal history.

Daniel Sickles' murder of Philip Barton Key was the kind of crime that piqued the interest of many, captivati... See More  

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571858

The Daniel Sickles trial...

Item #571858

April 21, 1859

NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER, Washington, D.C., a trio of issues April 21, 23, and 26, 1859 



* (3) Daniel Sickles murder trial issues

* Philip Barton Key love triangle




The first use of a plea of temporary insanity by a criminal defendant made the Daniel Sickles case noteworthy in American legal history.

Daniel Sickles' murder of Philip Barton Key was the kind of crime that piqued the in... See More  

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The Daniel Sickles trial...

Item #587585

April 22, 1859

THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE & TIMES, a trio of issues dated April 22 (Tribune), 26 & April 7 (Times), 1859.  The first use of a plea of temporary insanity by a criminal defendant made the Daniel Sickles case noteworthy in American legal history.

Daniel Sickles' murder of Philip Barton Key was the kind of crime that piqued the interest of many, captivating the nation's press. Not eve... See More  

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203387

1859 Daniel Sickles Murder & Adultry Trial...

Item #203387

April 23, 1859

DOLLAR WEEKLY MIRROR, Manchester NH, April 23, 1859 A front page report headed: " Sickles Trial" discusses the possible suppression of a publication with Mrs. Sickles confession for the sake of the Sickles child, and the argument concerning the admissibility of evidence of adultery.

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577398

The Daniel Sickles trial...

Item #577398

April 25, 1859

THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE, a trio of issues dated April 5, 15 & 25, 1859. 



* Daniel Sickles murder trial

* Philip Barton Key




The first use of a plea of temporary insanity by a criminal defendant made the Daniel Sickles case noteworthy in American legal history.

Daniel Sickles' murder of Philip Barton Key was the kind of crime that piqued the interest of many, captivating the natio... See More  

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219308

Daniel Sickles Acquitted of murder....

Item #219308

April 27, 1859

THE NEW YORK HERALD, with reports about the sensational trial of Daniel Sickles, the murderer of Philip Barton Key (son of Francis Scott Key). In good condition, April 27, 1859.

 

* Daniel Sickles acquitted of murdering Philip Barton Key



Pg. 2 has: The Washington Tragedy Trial of Daniel E. Sickles for Killing Philip Barton Key Argument of Mr. Ould for the Prosecution and Judge Crawfo
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The Daniel Sickles case, with the verdict...

Item #605346

April 27, 1859

SUPPLEMENT TO THE NEW YORK TIMES, April 27, 1859  This four page "Supplement" issue is almost entirely taken up with very detailed reports on: "The Sickles Trial" "Arguments & Speeches on Both Sides" "Verbatim Reports of the Addresses of Mr. Carlisle for the Prosecution & Mr. Stanton & Mr. Brady for the Defence" "The Prayers For Instruc... See More  

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221368

Sickles is found not guilty...

Item #221368

April 27, 1859

THE NEW YORK TIMES, April 27, 1859.



* Daniel Sickles not guilty of murder

* Philip Barton Key

* 1st report




The front page is entirely taken up with reports on:



* "The Sickles Tragedy" and its final verdict, it being: "Verdict Of Not Guilty". This was the trial of Congressman Daniel Sickles for the murder of Philip Barton Key, son of Francis Scott Key.



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