American Criminal Trials: Anne Hutchinson. The Quakers. Salem witchcraft. Thomas Maule. John Peter Zenger. New York Negro plot. Leisler's Rebellion. Colonel Bayard's treason. The crew of the Pitt packet. The Boston Massacre. Appendix
Charles C. Little and James Brown, 1841
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