A Report of the Trial of Samuel Tulley and John Dalton, on an Indictment for Piracy, Committed January 21st, 1812: Before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, 28th October, 1812. Containing the Evidence at Large, a Sketch of the Arguments of Counsel, and the Charge of the Hon. Judge Story, on Pronouncing Sentence of Death. (From Minutes Taken at the Trial)
J. Belcher., 1812 - Murder - 39 pages
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