The Resource The substance of a sermon delivered at the New Jerusalem Chapel, Lisle Street, Leicester Square, on Sunday evening, February 22, 1818 : occasioned by the sudden demise of Mary Minting, aged eighteen years, who was inhumanly murdered, February 14th, 1818, by William Hetch, to which is subjoined an appendix, containing a brief narrative of an interview which took place between the author and the delinquent, in prison, together with copies of some letters, and documents, which passed between the deceased persons, by Thomas F. Churchill

The substance of a sermon delivered at the New Jerusalem Chapel, Lisle Street, Leicester Square, on Sunday evening, February 22, 1818 : occasioned by the sudden demise of Mary Minting, aged eighteen years, who was inhumanly murdered, February 14th, 1818, by William Hetch, to which is subjoined an appendix, containing a brief narrative of an interview which took place between the author and the delinquent, in prison, together with copies of some letters, and documents, which passed between the deceased persons, by Thomas F. Churchill

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The substance of a sermon delivered at the New Jerusalem Chapel, Lisle Street, Leicester Square, on Sunday evening, February 22, 1818 : occasioned by the sudden demise of Mary Minting, aged eighteen years, who was inhumanly murdered, February 14th, 1818, by William Hetch, to which is subjoined an appendix, containing a brief narrative of an interview which took place between the author and the delinquent, in prison, together with copies of some letters, and documents, which passed between the deceased persons
Title
The substance of a sermon delivered at the New Jerusalem Chapel, Lisle Street, Leicester Square, on Sunday evening, February 22, 1818
Title remainder
occasioned by the sudden demise of Mary Minting, aged eighteen years, who was inhumanly murdered, February 14th, 1818, by William Hetch, to which is subjoined an appendix, containing a brief narrative of an interview which took place between the author and the delinquent, in prison, together with copies of some letters, and documents, which passed between the deceased persons
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by Thomas F. Churchill
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Minting was a regular worshipper at the Leicester Square, who was murdered by Hetch, her husband, after it was revealed that he was also married to another woman. Hetch apparently also worshipped occasionally at Leicester Square ; the author interviewed the murderer in prison and issued the pamphlet as a way of reassuring the public that the doctrines of the New Church had no role in his decision to kill
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Churchill, Thomas Furlong
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Literary form
non fiction
Series statement
New Church bound pamphlet collection
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  • Minting, Mary
  • Hetch, William
  • Murder
  • Murder victims
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The substance of a sermon delivered at the New Jerusalem Chapel, Lisle Street, Leicester Square, on Sunday evening, February 22, 1818 : occasioned by the sudden demise of Mary Minting, aged eighteen years, who was inhumanly murdered, February 14th, 1818, by William Hetch, to which is subjoined an appendix, containing a brief narrative of an interview which took place between the author and the delinquent, in prison, together with copies of some letters, and documents, which passed between the deceased persons, by Thomas F. Churchill
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Publication
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Published at the request of the congregation
Extent
35 p.
Note
  • Also bd. in NCCL S2 Pamphlet v. 78 no. i.
  • C1425 stamped on t.p. verso.
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The substance of a sermon delivered at the New Jerusalem Chapel, Lisle Street, Leicester Square, on Sunday evening, February 22, 1818 : occasioned by the sudden demise of Mary Minting, aged eighteen years, who was inhumanly murdered, February 14th, 1818, by William Hetch, to which is subjoined an appendix, containing a brief narrative of an interview which took place between the author and the delinquent, in prison, together with copies of some letters, and documents, which passed between the deceased persons, by Thomas F. Churchill
Publication
Note
Published at the request of the congregation
Extent
35 p.
Note
  • Also bd. in NCCL S2 Pamphlet v. 78 no. i.
  • C1425 stamped on t.p. verso.

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