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The tryals of seven pyrates

The tryals of seven pyrates

viz. James Sweetland, John Kennelly, ... Joseph Noble, and Samuel Rhodes. For the murder of Capt. Edw. Bryan, of the Tewksbury of Bristol; and running away with the said ship, November 2, 1737. at a Court of Admiralty, ...

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Published by printed and sold by S. and F. Fanley; also by J. Wilson; P. Browne. And by the booksellers of London and Westminster in Bristol .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 9787, no. 09.
ContributionsSweetland, James, d. 1737.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[2],19,[1]p.
Number of Pages19
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18376404M

A general history of the robberies and murders of the most notorious pyrates. Daniel Defoe, Charles Johnson. Garland Pub., - Pirates - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Nov 13,  · Posts about Pirate History written by David Fictum. Four Images of Anne Bonny. From left to right, Anne in the original first edition of Charles Johnson’s “General History of Pyrates”, then an image from the Dutch edition of the same book, followed by Anne Providence (actress Jean Peters) in the film “Anne of the Indies” (), followed by Anne Bonny (actress Clara Paget) on.

The marshal is identified in Shirley Carter Hughson, The Carolina Pirates and Colonial Commerce, – (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, ), , and in the manuscript records of the South Carolina Court of Vice Admiralty, –, at SCDAH. In his will, Captain Nathaniel Partridge devised to his son his residence located on an eastern portion of town lot No. 73, which forms. The history of the pyrates: containing the lives of Captain Mission. Captain Bowen. Captain Kidd and their several crews ; intermix'd with a description of Magadoxa in Ethiopia taken from Captain Beavis's Journal; and that of a molotto, who belong'd to the said captain.

General History of the Pyrates Authorship Menu: 1 2 Next>> Authorship of The General History of the Pyrates, Page 1. The question of who wrote the book that is the premiere period resource on piracy is one that has long been debated in academic circles. The Tryals of sixteen persons for piracy, &c. Four of which were found guilty, and the rest acquitted. At a special Court of Admiralty for the Tryal of Pirates, held at Boston within the province of the Masachusetts-Bay in New-England, on Monday the fourth day of July, anno dom.


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The Tryals of seven pyrates: viz. James Sweetland, John Kennelly, John Rearden, James Burdet, William Buckley, Joseph Noble and Samuel Rhodes, for the murder of Capt. Edw. Bryan, of the Tewksbury of Bristol and runing away with the said ship, November 2,at a Court of Admiralty, held at Cape Coast Castle on the coast of Africa, on the 19th day of the said month.

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Stede Bonnet ( – 10 December ) was an early eighteenth-century Barbadian pirate, sometimes called "The Gentleman Pirate" because he was a moderately wealthy land-owner before turning to a life of crime. Bonnet was born into a wealthy English family on the island of Barbados, and inherited the family estate after his father's death in Inhe married Mary Allamby, and engaged Base of operations: Atlantic Ocean, along East Coast of.

The following, is the Substance of the Articles, as taken from the Pyrates own Informations. EVery Man has a Vote in Affairs of Moment; has equal Title to the fresh Provisions, or strong Liquors, at any Time seized, and use them at pleasure, unless a Scarcity (no uncommon Thing among them) make it necessary, for the good of all, to vote a Retrenchment.

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