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Mutiny and murder. : Confession of Charles Gibbs, a native of Rhode Island. : Who, with Thomas J. Wansley, was doomed to be hung in New-York on the 22d of April last, for the murder of the captain and mate of the Brig Vineyard, on her passage from New-Orleans to Philadelphia, in November 1830. : Gibbs confesses that within a few years he has participated in the murder of nearly 400 human beings! : Annexed, is a solemn address to youth. : [Four lines of verse]. Preview this item
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Mutiny and murder. : Confession of Charles Gibbs, a native of Rhode Island. : Who, with Thomas J. Wansley, was doomed to be hung in New-York on the 22d of April last, for the murder of the captain and mate of the Brig Vineyard, on her passage from New-Orleans to Philadelphia, in November 1830. : Gibbs confesses that within a few years he has participated in the murder of nearly 400 human beings! : Annexed, is a solemn address to youth. : [Four lines of verse].

Author: Charles Gibbs; Israel Smith
Publisher: Providence: : Printed for and published by Israel Smith., 1831.
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Genre/Form: Hand-colored illustrations
Relief prints
Convicts' addresses
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Named Person: Charles Gibbs; Thomas J Wansley; William Thornby; William Roberts
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Gibbs; Israel Smith
OCLC Number: 191242293
Notes: Running title, p. 6-12: Confession of Gibbs, the pirate. Running title, p. 14-28: Gibbs the pirate. Confession of.
"Address to youth."--Page 29-35.
Description: 36 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
Other Titles: Confession of Gibbs, the pirate.
Gibbs the pirate. Confession of.

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