The grand pyrate, or, The life and death of Capt. George Cusack the great sea-robber :
with an accompt of all his notorious robberies both at sea and land : together with his tryal, condemnation, and execution /
taken by an impartial hand.
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London : Printed for Jonathan Edwin at the sign of the Three Roses in Ludgate-street, 1676.
The account of the trial (p. -31) has special t.p., which reads: An exact narrative of the tryals of the pyrats: and all the proceedings at the late goal-delivery [sic] of the Admiralty, held in the Old-Bayly, on Thursday and Saturday, the 7th and 9th of Jan. 1674/5. Where eight persons were condemned to dye ... Printed in the year, 1675.
"Licensed Novemb. 19, 1675. Roger L'Estrange."
"A friggat ... laden with Campeach wood, Varenus tobacco, coco ... "--P. 15. "[Cusack] is gone hence for Virginia and thence is intended for Flanders, with at least a 1000 hogsheads of tobacco in two ships ..."--P. 17.
Neg. photostat copy.
Physical description: 31,  p. ; 19 cm. (4to)
Citations/References: Sabin 18078
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.) G1505
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