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The tryals of Major Stede Bonnet and other pirates, viz. Robert Tucker, Edward Robinson, Neal Paterson, William Scot, Job Bayley, John-William Smith, Thomas Carman, John Thomas, William Morrison, William Livers alias Evis, Samuel Booth, William Hewet, John Levit, William Eddy alias Nedy, Alexander Annand, George Ross, George Dunkin, John Ridge, Matthew King, Daniel Perry, Henry Virgin, James Robbins, James Mullet alias Millet, Thomas Price, John Lopez, Zachariah Long, James Wilson, John Brierly, and Robert Boyd, who were all condemn'd for piracy : as also, the tryals of Thomas Nicols, Rowland Sharp, Jonathan Clarke, and Thomas Gerrat for piracy, who were acquitted at the Admiralty Sessions held at Charles-Town in the province of South Carolina, on Tuesday the 28th of October 1718, and by several adjournments continued to Wednesday the 12th of November following : to which is prefix'd an account of the taking of the said Major Bonnet and the rest of the pirates. Preview this item
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The tryals of Major Stede Bonnet and other pirates, viz. Robert Tucker, Edward Robinson, Neal Paterson, William Scot, Job Bayley, John-William Smith, Thomas Carman, John Thomas, William Morrison, William Livers alias Evis, Samuel Booth, William Hewet, John Levit, William Eddy alias Nedy, Alexander Annand, George Ross, George Dunkin, John Ridge, Matthew King, Daniel Perry, Henry Virgin, James Robbins, James Mullet alias Millet, Thomas Price, John Lopez, Zachariah Long, James Wilson, John Brierly, and Robert Boyd, who were all condemn'd for piracy : as also, the tryals of Thomas Nicols, Rowland Sharp, Jonathan Clarke, and Thomas Gerrat for piracy, who were acquitted at the Admiralty Sessions held at Charles-Town in the province of South Carolina, on Tuesday the 28th of October 1718, and by several adjournments continued to Wednesday the 12th of November following : to which is prefix'd an account of the taking of the said Major Bonnet and the rest of the pirates.

Author: Stede Bonnet; Peter Force; South Carolina. Court of Vice-Admiralty.
Publisher: London : Printed for Benj. Cowse ..., 1719.
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Genre/Form: Trials, litigation, etc
Named Person: Stede Bonnet
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Stede Bonnet; Peter Force; South Carolina. Court of Vice-Admiralty.
OCLC Number: 62178577
Notes: Signatures: pi1 A-N² O1.
Description: vi, 50 p. ; 36 cm. (fol.)

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