Keywords and key domains. … in the Trial of the "The Rugeley Poisoner" (William Palmer). The Palmer Trial. Took place – May 1856
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… in the Trial of the "The Rugeley Poisoner" (William Palmer)
Why the Palmer trial?
Not looking at the closing speeches because:
Both use “Cook” freq. – but they differ in respect to how ….
Cluster with bills, forged, betteddebt, turf …
(= the symptoms/outcome of sickness)
fatal, deceased (= death) horse (= gambling)forged, commit, crime (= illegal activities)Bamford, Cheshire, Padwick, Bates, Hawkings, Newton, women, chambermaid, Boycott, Gardner, Tattersall, Shrewsbury (= people and places important to/involved in the crime narrative)