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The State Wards
He testified that when he detected Mr. Marsh, as he had before stated, a conversation had ensued, Mr. Marsh telling him to keep still about what he had seen of the loading of the bodies at the dead house. Marsh said: “We have got to have some pay for our trouble taking care of these ‘critters’.”...
|Title:||The State Wards|
|Date:||April 7, 1883|
|Publication:||The Lowell Weekly Sun|
|Source:||The Pollard Memorial Library|
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