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A general history of the lives and adventures of the most famous highwaymen, murderers, street-robbers, &c. from the famous Sir John Falstaff in the reign of K. Henry IV, 1399 to 1733. : to which is added, a genuine account of the voyages and plunders of the most notorious pyrates ... Preview this item
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A general history of the lives and adventures of the most famous highwaymen, murderers, street-robbers, &c. from the famous Sir John Falstaff in the reign of K. Henry IV, 1399 to 1733. : to which is added, a genuine account of the voyages and plunders of the most notorious pyrates ...

Author: Charles JohnsonOliver PayneArchibald Acheson Gosford, Earl ofJames TooveyDaniel DefoeAll authors
Publisher: London : Printed for and sold by Olive [sic] Payne ..., 1736.
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Genre/Form: Bookbinding (Binding)
Biography
Named Person: Edward Teach; Sawney Beane; Stede Bonnet; Anne Bonny; Mary Read
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Johnson; Oliver Payne; Archibald Acheson Gosford, Earl of; James Toovey; Daniel Defoe; Joseph Nichols; William Jett; T Atkins; Isaac Basire; Thomas Bowles; Remigius Parr; W Pritchard; W H Toms; Clarke & Bedford,
OCLC Number: 270107307
Notes: Signatures: [A]-6K², leaf A1 representing frontis.; numerous errors in pagination.
Attributed to Defoe by Moore, but not according to Furbank and Owens.
Illustrated by Joseph Nichols and William Jett, engraved by T. Atkins, Isaac Basire, Thomas Bowles, Remigius Parr, W. Pritchard, William Henry Toms.
Description: [2], 484, [2] pages, [26] leaves of plates : illustrations (copper-plate engravings) ; 39 cm
Other Titles: Genuine account of the voyages ... of the most notorious pyrates.
History of highwaymen
Robin Hood (Legend)
Responsibility: by Capt. Charles Johnson ...

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