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"In July 1822 Lawrence Griffin came to trial ... for the murder of Henry Ferguson ... Griffin, a labourer, protested his innocence throughout, but was found guilty ... four witnesses subsequently came forward with evidence they said strongly pointed to the guilt of another man, Thomas Hackett. [After a review] the decision remained the same: guilty, and on October 24, [1822] [he] was hanged ... 14 years before the founding of the Horticultural Society's gardens in 1836." From "The Halifax Public Gardens", published by The Friends of the Public Gardens, new edition now on sale (see ).

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