Captain Nathan Hale, 1755-1776: Yale college 1773 : Major John Palsgrave Wyllys, 1754-1790: Yale college 1773 : friends and Yale classmates, who died in their country's service, one hanged as a spy by the British, the other killed in an Indian ambuscade on the far frontier : a digressive history now told with many antiquarian excursions, genealogical, architectural, social, and controversial: with an account of some members of a great patrician family, their manorial establishment in Hartford, their custody for generations of the Charter of King Charles the Second, and the story of the hiding thereof / by George Dudley Seymour.
|Main Author:||Seymour, George Dudley, 1859-1945.|
New-Haven : Privately Printed for the author [The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Co.], 1933.
Wyllys, John Palsgrave, > 1754-1790.
Hale, Nathan, > 1755-1776.
Charter Oak (Hartford, Conn.)
Connecticut > History > Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.
"1000 copies printed of which 35 copies numbered and signed by the author have been reserved for the Walpole society"--Colophon.
xxv, 296 p. :
ill., ports., plates, facsims. (1 double) ;
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