The History and lives of all the most notorious pirates and their crews :
from Capt. Avery, who first settled at Madagascar, to Capt. John Gow and James Williams, his lieutenant, &c., who were hanged at Execution-Dock, June 11, 1735, for piracy and murder, and afterwards hanged in chains between Blackwall and Deptford : and in this edition continued down to the year 1735 ... : to which is prefixed an abstract of the laws against piracy ...
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Glasgow : Printed by Robert and Thomas Duncan, 1773.
|Edition:||The tenth edition.|
With: The lives and dying confessions of Richard Barrick and John Sullivan, high-way robbers. : Together with the last words of Alexander White, murderer and pirate who were executedat Cambridge, on Thursday, November 18, 1874. Worcester, 1785.
Physical description: 120 p. : ill. ; 15 cm.
Stephen Griffin Collection
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