Tryals of thirty-six persons for piracy, twenty-eight of them upon full evidence were found guilty, and the rest acquitted. : At a Court of Admiralty for tryal of pirates, held at Newport within His Majesties Colony of Rhode-island and Providence-Plantations in America, on the tenth, eleventh and twelfth days of July, anno Dom. 1723. Pursuant to His Majesties commission, founded on an act of Parliament, made in the eleventh & twelfth years of King William the Third, entituled, An act for the more effectual suppression of piracy. And made perpetual by an act of the sixth of King George

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Corporate Authors: Rhode Island. Court of Admiralty, Great Britain
Published: Boston : Printed and sold by Samuel Kneeland, in Queen-Street, below the prison., 1723.
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