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Alfred Thompson

Alfred Thompson

Buddhism thailand proverb, religion.

Buddhism thailand proverb, religion.

Beginning of main text; 5-line initial with elaborate puzzle work and penwork in border. 2-line initial with penwork. Smaller initials. Book name and chapter name. Red daubs as sentence markers.

Beginning of main text; 5-line initial with elaborate puzzle work and penwork in border.  2-line initial with penwork. Smaller initials.  Book name and chapter name.  Red daubs as sentence markers.

Opening of tabula with initials, penwork, and sentence markers.

Opening of tabula with initials, penwork, and sentence markers.

Pillar to which was affixed the sentence passed on our Saviour

Pillar to which was affixed the sentence passed on our Saviour

Trial of the Irish patriots at Clonmel, Oct. 22nd. 1848 Thos. F. Meagher, Terence B. Mc.Manus, Patrick O'Donohue, receiving their sentence / / lith. & pub. by N. Currier.

Trial of the Irish patriots at Clonmel, Oct. 22nd. 1848 Thos. F. Meagher, Terence B. Mc.Manus, Patrick O'Donohue, receiving their sentence / / lith. & pub. by N. Currier.

Address of John Brown to the Virginia Court, when about to receive the sentence of death, for his heroic attempt at Harper's Ferry to give deliverance to the captives, and to let the oppressed go free ... Boston. Printed by C. C. Mead, 91 Washin

Address of John Brown to the Virginia Court, when about to receive the sentence of death, for his heroic attempt at Harper's Ferry to give deliverance to the captives, and to let the oppressed go free ... Boston. Printed by C. C. Mead, 91 Washin

The trial and sentence of Christ / by Wm. C. Robertson, 59 Cedar St., NY.

The trial and sentence of Christ / by Wm. C. Robertson, 59 Cedar St., NY.

Elizabeth Rule

Elizabeth Rule

Richard Rimmington

Richard Rimmington

John Park

John Park

Margaret Cosh

Margaret Cosh

John Bolton

John Bolton

Sarah Cassidy

Sarah Cassidy

John Mullen

John Mullen

Thomas Haigh

Thomas Haigh

Catherine Cain King

Catherine Cain King

Mustapha Irola

Mustapha Irola

Isabella Hindmarch

Isabella Hindmarch

Edward Anderson

Edward Anderson

James Williams

James Williams

John Reay

John Reay

Sylvester Hurlbert

Sylvester Hurlbert

James Dawson

James Dawson

John O'Brien, fireman, arrested for stealing a waatch

John O'Brien, fireman, arrested for stealing a waatch

Mabel Smith

Mabel Smith

Susan Joice, arrested for stealing money from a gas meter

Susan Joice, arrested for stealing money from a gas meter

Annie Anderson, arrested for alleged theft of a watch

Annie Anderson, arrested for alleged theft of a watch

John Renstrom, Finnish fireman, arrested for stealing clothes

John Renstrom, Finnish fireman, arrested for stealing clothes

Catherine O Brien

Catherine O Brien

Kate Stobbs, arrested for stealing from her landlady

Kate Stobbs, arrested for stealing from her landlady

Alfred Wilkinson, clerk, arrested for obtaining money by false pretences

Alfred Wilkinson, clerk, arrested for obtaining money by false pretences

Mary Scott alias Wilson, arrested for stealing clothes

Mary Scott alias Wilson, arrested for stealing clothes

Alice Caush

Alice Caush

Jane Thompson alias Gordon, arrested for stealing a pair of boots

Jane Thompson alias Gordon, arrested for stealing a pair of boots

Susannah Adamson, arrested for stealing a man's purse

Susannah Adamson, arrested for stealing a man's purse

Mary A Butts

Mary A Butts

Sarah Patterson, arrested for trying to steal money from a gas meter

Sarah Patterson, arrested for trying to steal money from a gas meter

Charlotte Branney

Charlotte Branney

Andrea Laudano

Andrea Laudano

Mrs. R. B. Quay, of Salt Lake City, Utah, one of the members of the National Woman's Party who has served a thirty day sentence at the government jail and workhouse at Washington for picketing the White House gates with a suffrage banner.

Mrs. R. B. Quay, of Salt Lake City, Utah, one of the members of the National Woman's Party who has served a thirty day sentence at the government jail and workhouse at Washington for picketing the White House gates with a suffrage banner.

Mrs. Pauline Adams in the prison garb she wore while serving a sixty-day sentence.

Mrs. Pauline Adams in the prison garb she wore while serving a sixty-day sentence.

Miss Nina Samarodin, of Kiev, Russia, one of the members of the National Woman's Party, who has served a prison sentence for carrying a suffrage banner to one of the White House gates.

Miss Nina Samarodin, of Kiev, Russia, one of the members of the National Woman's Party, who has served a prison sentence for carrying a suffrage banner to one of the White House gates.

Helena Hill Weed, Norwalk, Conn. Serving 3 day sentence in D.C. prison for carrying banner, "Governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed."

Helena Hill Weed, Norwalk, Conn. Serving 3 day sentence in D.C. prison for carrying banner, "Governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed."

Telegram from Atty. Gen. Daugherty to Warden, Atlanta Penitentiary, regarding the commutation by Pres. Harding of Eugene Debs sentence

Telegram from Atty. Gen. Daugherty to Warden, Atlanta Penitentiary, regarding the commutation by Pres. Harding of Eugene Debs sentence

What Harry Sinclair may face. This is a typical cell in the District of Columbia jail and probably the one that will be assigned to Harry F. Sinclair, millionaire oil magnate if he is finally sentenced for contempt of the Senate. Justice Hitz of the District of Columbia Supreme Court was to have passed sentence today, April 11, but it was deferred for 30 days

What Harry Sinclair may face. This is a typical cell in the District of Columbia jail and probably the one that will be assigned to Harry F. Sinclair, millionaire oil magnate if he is finally sentenced for contempt of the Senate. Justice Hitz of the District of Columbia Supreme Court was to have passed sentence today, April 11, but it was deferred for 30 days

Maybe Harry Sinclair's future temporary home. Harry Sinclair, millionaire oil magnate was to have been sentenced April 11, for contempt of the Senate. Justice Hitz of the District Supreme Court deferred sentence for 30 days. Sinclair is expected to carry cas [...] to the Supreme Court. This picture shows the wing in the District of Columbia jail in which would be located Sinclair's cell should sentence [...] inally given

Maybe Harry Sinclair's future temporary home. Harry Sinclair, millionaire oil magnate was to have been sentenced April 11, for contempt of the Senate. Justice Hitz of the District Supreme Court deferred sentence for 30 days. Sinclair is expected to carry cas [...] to the Supreme Court. This picture shows the wing in the District of Columbia jail in which would be located Sinclair's cell should sentence [...] inally given

Will guard over Sinclair. If jail sentence is passed on Harry F. Sinclair, millionaire oil magnate for contempt of the Senate, Major W.L. Peak, assistant superintendent, in charge of the District of Columbia jail will have the job of assigning his cell and seeing that he obeys all rules of the institution. Major Peak is shown here at his desk in the jail

Will guard over Sinclair. If jail sentence is passed on Harry F. Sinclair, millionaire oil magnate for contempt of the Senate, Major W.L. Peak, assistant superintendent, in charge of the District of Columbia jail will have the job of assigning his cell and seeing that he obeys all rules of the institution. Major Peak is shown here at his desk in the jail

Rep. Maury Maverick. Determined [...] Rep. Maury Maverick, D.of Tex., was one of the determined witnesses who offered opinions regarding the practices of utility holding companies in their lobby activities in connection with the recent Utility "death sentence"

Rep. Maury Maverick. Determined [...] Rep. Maury Maverick, D.of Tex., was one of the determined witnesses who offered opinions regarding the practices of utility holding companies in their lobby activities in connection with the recent Utility "death sentence"

Wash. D.C. Cross examiner. Rep. Frederick R. Lehlbach (R. of N.J.) of the House Rules Lobby Investigation snapped as he fired questions regarding lobbying and vote influencing practices, at Thomas G. Corcoran, New Deal Brain Tester, who has been accused of using pressure on Rep. Ralph Brewster's vote on the recent Utility "death sentence." 7/10/35

Wash. D.C. Cross examiner. Rep. Frederick R. Lehlbach (R. of N.J.) of the House Rules Lobby Investigation snapped as he fired questions regarding lobbying and vote influencing practices, at Thomas G. Corcoran, New Deal Brain Tester, who has been accused of using pressure on Rep. Ralph Brewster's vote on the recent Utility "death sentence." 7/10/35

Patton Explains [...] Rep. Nat Patton (D. of Tex) has an idea he desires to impart to Rep. John J. O'Connor, chairman of the House Lobby hearing at its Thursday session. Patton has been mildly "on the spot" at the hearings since testimony inferred that he had received something more or vastly different from cigars from a Utility lobbiest prior to the first "Death Sentence" holding company vote in the house, 8/1/35

Patton Explains [...] Rep. Nat Patton (D. of Tex) has an idea he desires to impart to Rep. John J. O'Connor, chairman of the House Lobby hearing at its Thursday session. Patton has been mildly "on the spot" at the hearings since testimony inferred that he had received something more or vastly different from cigars from a Utility lobbiest prior to the first "Death Sentence" holding company vote in the house, 8/1/35

Cigars? Yes Sir [...] that's what Norris Shook, nephew of Rep. Nat Patton (D. of Tex), told the House Lobby com. Friday, was in the "mystery box" received by Patton from John Carpenter, Uuility lobbyist before the House "Death Sentence" vote on the Wheeler-Rayburn bill

Cigars? Yes Sir [...] that's what Norris Shook, nephew of Rep. Nat Patton (D. of Tex), told the House Lobby com. Friday, was in the "mystery box" received by Patton from John Carpenter, Uuility lobbyist before the House "Death Sentence" vote on the Wheeler-Rayburn bill

They believe the box contained cigars. This quartet, photoed Thursday at the House lobby hearing made more news this week. L. to r.: Norman Shook, nephew of Rep. Patton, (who was reported to have said "Hell, that box did not contain cigars") Rep. Adolph J. Sabath (D. of Ill), Rep. Nat Patton (D. of Tex.) and Nat Patton Jr., who arrived on Capitol Hill Thursday by plane from Texas to be with his dad in his attempt to ward off suspicions that the Congressman may have received some cash favors for his vote on the Utility death sentence last month. 8/1/35

They believe the box contained cigars. This quartet, photoed Thursday at the House lobby hearing made more news this week. L. to r.: Norman Shook, nephew of Rep. Patton, (who was reported to have said "Hell, that box did not contain cigars") Rep. Adolph J. Sabath (D. of Ill), Rep. Nat Patton (D. of Tex.) and Nat Patton Jr., who arrived on Capitol Hill Thursday by plane from Texas to be with his dad in his attempt to ward off suspicions that the Congressman may have received some cash favors for his vote on the Utility death sentence last month. 8/1/35

Caught in the act., Washington, D.C. Aug. 14. William E. Raymond has been cracking safes most of his life but has never served a sentence in jail. He works for a safe and lock company and has made safe cracking his life profession. He is known all over the country as a master with finger tips, drills, or Acotylone torches. Time and again Raymond has proved a [à] to Washington bankers and businessmen when they have locked their safes and forgotten the combination. He refuses to divulge the exact technique of getting into safes without tools for fear of safe breakers operating outside the law might pick up a point or two

Caught in the act., Washington, D.C. Aug. 14. William E. Raymond has been cracking safes most of his life but has never served a sentence in jail. He works for a safe and lock company and has made safe cracking his life profession. He is known all over the country as a master with finger tips, drills, or Acotylone torches. Time and again Raymond has proved a [à] to Washington bankers and businessmen when they have locked their safes and forgotten the combination. He refuses to divulge the exact technique of getting into safes without tools for fear of safe breakers operating outside the law might pick up a point or two

A poster comes to life. The lives of these men depends upon the others. Soldier, sailor and welder watch tireless steelworkers at one of Allegheny-Ludlum's mills as they shovel alloy materials into a fifty-ton electric furnace which produces high alloy steel for ships and guns. Thus the three who posed for the "Men Working Together" poster--soldier, sailor and welder--realize the truth of that brief sentence. Different as their roles are in this conflict, they are all working for victory together. Allegheny-Steel, Pittsburgh

A poster comes to life. The lives of these men depends upon the others. Soldier, sailor and welder watch tireless steelworkers at one of Allegheny-Ludlum's mills as they shovel alloy materials into a fifty-ton electric furnace which produces high alloy steel for ships and guns. Thus the three who posed for the "Men Working Together" poster--soldier, sailor and welder--realize the truth of that brief sentence. Different as their roles are in this conflict, they are all working for victory together. Allegheny-Steel, Pittsburgh

In the 8 seconds it takes to read this sentence, another handgun will have been produced in the United States ... Let's support handgun control

In the 8 seconds it takes to read this sentence, another handgun will have been produced in the United States ... Let's support handgun control

Mrs. Evonne Files and Husband Mr. Files worked with the Belgium Under Ground during World War II. Mrs. Files was captured and sentenced to death. She was reprieved with the liberation of Belgium 10 days before her sentence was to be carried out. Mrs. Files is attending a meeting for Women in Aviation at the March Museum at March ARB, CA

Mrs. Evonne Files and Husband Mr. Files worked with the Belgium Under Ground during World War II. Mrs. Files was captured and sentenced to death. She was reprieved with the liberation of Belgium 10 days before her sentence was to be carried out. Mrs. Files is attending a meeting for Women in Aviation at the March Museum at March ARB, CA

An Iraqi news reporter interviews an Iraqi male civilian, who was one of many former prisoners recently released from Abu Ghurayb (Abu Ghraib) Prison, upon his arrival in Ar Ramadi, Al Anbar Province, Iraq, after serving an 18 month prison sentence during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

An Iraqi news reporter interviews an Iraqi male civilian, who was one of many former prisoners recently released from Abu Ghurayb (Abu Ghraib) Prison, upon his arrival in Ar Ramadi, Al Anbar Province, Iraq, after serving an 18 month prison sentence during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

Jail cells jail penitentiary.

Jail cells jail penitentiary.

Gavel hammer judge.

Gavel hammer judge.

Sticker price-list element.

Sticker price-list element.

Sticker price-list element.

Sticker price-list element.

Poster clouds planet.

Poster clouds planet.

Rose petals floral, nature landscapes.

Rose petals floral, nature landscapes.

Jail prisoner captive.

Jail prisoner captive.

Banner price-list sticker.

Banner price-list sticker.

Jail prison police.

Jail prison police.

Winter sentence meadow.

Winter sentence meadow.

Less is more quote white.

Less is more quote white.

Quote chalk chalkboard.

Quote chalk chalkboard.

Sentence phrase concept.

Sentence phrase concept.

Sadness depressed negativity.

Sadness depressed negativity.

Typography sentence black.

Typography sentence black.

Sticker tag price-list.

Sticker tag price-list.

Penitentiary jail police.

Penitentiary jail police.

Prison prison cell jail.

Prison prison cell jail.

Charles Johnson, arrested for stealing sash weights

Charles Johnson, arrested for stealing sash weights

[Dr. Francis E.] Townsend thanks president for pardon. Washington, D.C., April 21. Scheduled for only a five-minute appointment, Dr. Francis E. Townsend, pardoned old-age pension planner, spent over half an hour with President Roosevelt at the White House today. He thanked the president for the pardon from a 30-day jail sentence and then discussed economic conditions in the nation with the chief executive

[Dr. Francis E.] Townsend thanks president for pardon. Washington, D.C., April 21. Scheduled for only a five-minute appointment, Dr. Francis E. Townsend, pardoned old-age pension planner, spent over half an hour with President Roosevelt at the White House today. He thanked the president for the pardon from a 30-day jail sentence and then discussed economic conditions in the nation with the chief executive

Senate Committee approves SEC head's proposal. Washington, D.C., March 30. A proposal by William O. Douglas, right, Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, to exempt transfers of securities and properties by holding companies liquidating under the 'death sentence' clause of the Public Utility Holding Company Act from the capital gains tax, was approved today by the Senate Finance Committee. Douglas is pictured with Sen. Tom Connally as he arrived at the Capitol to appear before the committee

Senate Committee approves SEC head's proposal. Washington, D.C., March 30. A proposal by William O. Douglas, right, Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, to exempt transfers of securities and properties by holding companies liquidating under the 'death sentence' clause of the Public Utility Holding Company Act from the capital gains tax, was approved today by the Senate Finance Committee. Douglas is pictured with Sen. Tom Connally as he arrived at the Capitol to appear before the committee

Townsened pardoned. Washington, D.C., April 18. Newspapermen, photographers and court attaches surround Dr. Francis E. Townsend, old-age pension planner, as he displays his pardon from a 30-day jail sentence from President Roosevelt today. The pardon for the sentence he received for contempt of the House of Representatives arrived as Dr. Townsend made ready to leave for the D.C., Jail, 4/18/38

Townsened pardoned. Washington, D.C., April 18. Newspapermen, photographers and court attaches surround Dr. Francis E. Townsend, old-age pension planner, as he displays his pardon from a 30-day jail sentence from President Roosevelt today. The pardon for the sentence he received for contempt of the House of Representatives arrived as Dr. Townsend made ready to leave for the D.C., Jail, 4/18/38

Dr. Townsend happy over pardon. Washington, D.C., April 18. Shortly before he was to be transported from the U.S. Marshall's office to the D.C., jail today to serve a 30-day sentence, Dr. Francis E. Townsend, old-age pension planner, was notified of his pardon by President Roosevelt. He is pictured displaying the pardon to newsmen and passerby at the courthouse, 4/18/38

Dr. Townsend happy over pardon. Washington, D.C., April 18. Shortly before he was to be transported from the U.S. Marshall's office to the D.C., jail today to serve a 30-day sentence, Dr. Francis E. Townsend, old-age pension planner, was notified of his pardon by President Roosevelt. He is pictured displaying the pardon to newsmen and passerby at the courthouse, 4/18/38

Sentence, "I will arise"

Sentence, "I will arise"

Sentence, "I will arise"

Sentence, "I will arise"

Sentence, "I will arise"

Sentence, "I will arise"

Sentence, "I will arise"

Sentence, "I will arise"

Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27, 1830 for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn ...

Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27, 1830 for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn ...

Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27, 1830 for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn ...

Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27, 1830 for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn ...

Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27, 1830 for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn ...

Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27, 1830 for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn ...

Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27, 1830 for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn ...

Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27, 1830 for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn ...

Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27, 1830 for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn ...

Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27, 1830 for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn ...

Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27, 1830 for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn ...

Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27, 1830 for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn ...

Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27, 1830 for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn ...

Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27, 1830 for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn ...

Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27, 1830 for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn ...

Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27, 1830 for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn ...

Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27, 1830 for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn ...

Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27, 1830 for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn ...

Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27, 1830 for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn ...

Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27, 1830 for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn ...

Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27, 1830 for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn ...

Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27, 1830 for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn ...

Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27, 1830 for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn ...

Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27, 1830 for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn ...

Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27, 1830 for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn ...

Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27, 1830 for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn ...

Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27, 1830 for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn ...

Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27, 1830 for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn ...

Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27, 1830 for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn ...

Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27, 1830 for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn ...