Presentment of the Rev. William F. Walker, His Answer and the Verdict of the Court (Classic Reprint)
By: William F. Walker (Author)
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The original title of the book: Presentment of the Rev. William F. Walker, His Answer and the Verdict of the Court (Classic Reprint)
This fact of a clergyman having been presen'ted and tried is commonly received as primafacie evidence against him. A knowledge of the facts in the case can alone cor rect or modify such unfavorable impression. In this belief, the following Presentment.
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