A sermon preached at Haddam, June 14, 1797. On the day of the execution of Thomas Starr, condemned for the murder of his kinsman, Samuel Cornwell, by seven wounds given him, by a penknife, in the trunk of his body, July 26th, 1796, of which he languished a few days and died: : with a sketch of the life and character of said Starr.
Huntington, Enoch, 1739-1809.
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A SERMON PREACHED AT HADDAM, JUNE 14, 1797. ON THE DAY OF THE EXECUTION OF THOMAS STARR, CONDEMNED FOR THE MURDER OF HIS KINSMAN, SAMUEL CORNWELL, BY SEVEN WOUNDS GIVEN HIM, BY A PEN-KNIFE, IN THE TRUNK OF HIS BODY, JULY 26th, 1796, OF WHICH HE LANGUISHED A FEW DAYS AND DIED: WITH A SKETCH OF THE LIFE AND CHARACTER OF SAID STARR.

BY ENOCH HUNTINGTON, A. M. Pastor of the first Church in Middletown.


Gen. 9.6.

Whoso sheddeth man's blood, by man shall his blood be shed.


Prov. 28.17.

A man that doeth violence to the blood of any person, shall flee to 〈◊〉, let no man stay him.

MIDDLETOWN PRINTED BY MOSES H. WOODWARD.