Trial of Pasach N. Rubenstein for the Murder of Sarah Alexander, in the Town of New Lots. (Near Brooklyn, New York), on the 12th Day of December, 1875, Commenced at the Kings County Oyer and Terminer, on the 31st Day of January 1876. With The Evidence, Arguments of Counsel, Charge of the Court, Verdict of the Jury, and Sentence of the Prisoner.

New York: Baker, Voorhis & Co., Publishers, 1876, octavo, 331 pp., with inserted slip noting the death of Rubenstein, between pp. 330-331. Ex-library, ink and blindstamps on title-page, title-page and several other preliminary leaves loose and detached, but present, edges of these leaves chipped, bound in later gray cloth, red leather spine label, text slightly tanned, else in good condition.

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Sarah Alexander, the victim was only twenty years old, and five months pregnant, when she was lured to a (then) remote farm section of Brooklyn, New York, and stabbed to death. There is much evidence of tracks in the snow and an analysis of dirt. Rubenstein was convicted, but died while his appeal was pending.

 

McDade, Annals of Murder, 833