An Authentic Account of the Fatal Duel Fought on Sunday the 21st March 1830: Near Chester, Penna. Between Mr. Charles G. Hunter, Late Midshipman of the U.S. Navy, and Mr. William Miller, Jun., Late Attorney at Law of Philadelphia; Containing an Impartial Investigation of All the Circumstances and Correspondence which Preceded the Meeting ... with Some Observations on the Custom of Dueling Considered as to Its Effects on Society ...
J. Elliott, 1830 - Dueling - 81 pages
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