The tryal of Capt. William Kidd for murther & piracy upon six several indictments as also the tryals of Nicholas Churchill, James Howe, Robert Lamley, William Jenkins, Gabriel Loff, Hugh Parrot, Abel Owens, Richard Barlicorn, & Darby Mullins, at the Admiralty sessions held at the Old Bailey, London, on the 8th & 9th of May, 1701. Edited with a biography & bibliography by Don C. Seitz, Litt. D.
|Main Author:||Kidd, William, -1701|
|Related Names:||Seitz, Don C. 1862-1935, ed., Churchill, Nicholas d. 1701, defendant.|
New York, Printed for R. R. Wilson inc., 1936.
> d. 1697.
Kidd, William, > -1701 > defendant.
Quedagh Merchant (Ship)
Kidd was tried on the first indictment for the murder of William Moore; Kidd and the other defendants were tried on the second indictment for piracy in regard to the Quedagh Merchant, on the third-sixth indictments. for piracy in regard to ships seized in 1697 and January, 1698.
"This edition of 650 numbered copies...was printed and bound in January, 1936. This copy is no. 231."
3 p. 1., 254 p.
front. plates. ports.
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