John White Webster Notes of his trial-
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This ebook contains copies of John White Webster's notes to his lawyers during his trial for the murder of George Parkman.  The copies were supplied to Dr. Papenfuse by the Massachusetts Historical SocietyThe following description was taken from the their catalogue (ABIGAIL) on 9/8/2006.  The copies are provided here courtesy of the Massachusetts Historical  Society for educational purposes only which includes transcription in for students and volunteers who have permission.  Permission to quote from the papers or to retain copies must be obtained from the Massachusetts Historical Society.   Proceed to the first page of the notes by clicking on the above hyperlink, or here.

John White Webster Papers,
Database: Massachusetts Historical Society
Format: Manuscripts
Call number(s): Ms. N-96
Creator: Webster, John White, 1793-1850.
Title: John White Webster papers, 1837-1850; bulk: 1850.
Description: 1 box and 1 box of photocopies.
Scope: Disbound volume containing notes on the trial of Professor John White Webster for the murder of Dr. George Parkman, presumably taken by one of Webster's two lawyers, Pliny Merrick and Edward D. Sohier. Includes Webster's memoranda to Sohier and Merrick, and letters from various people offering speculations on the case. Also includes Nathaniel Bowditch's invitation to John W. Webster's electromagnetism lecture; and broadsides requesting information and offering rewards for the murder of Dr. George Parkman, Nov. 1849.
Local notes: Photocopies available for use in the Reading Room.
Removed from the G.F. Hoar Papers.
Formerly cataloged as "J.W. Webster."
Subject(s): Parkman, George, 1790-1849.
Trials (Murder)
Other Author(s): Merrick, Pliny, 1794-1867.
Sohier, Edward Dexter, 1810-1888.
John White Webster Notes of his trial-
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