New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1928. Hardcover. A classic trial, which was held 1850 - "Here was a cultivated man, the holder of two chairs at Harvard, distinguished in the social world, who planned and carried through the murder of Doctor Parkman, a wealthy philanthropist and a prominet figure in university and Boston society" (jacket). Near fine in red cloth boards with gilt title to spine and front cover. Minor browning to pages, but clean aside from previous owner's name in pen to front free endpage. Slight offsetting from jacket to spine cloth. In black and white striped dust jacket with black title to spine and front panels. Heavy wear and chipping to edges of jacket including several large open tears. Rubbing to jacket. Jacket is price-clipped. Includes a laid in review of the book and a laid in four page photocopy of a previous owner's research into Webster and his trial. 275 pages. LAW/090915. Near Fine / Very Good.