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Text:"...Part ®fjm Hem $Jnrk, PfUafcelpljta anil gmtthroarii CAPTAIN WILLIAMKIDD, THE INNOCENTEST OF THEM ALL Captain Kidds name has echoed down the corridors of time as a flaming symbol of the blood..."
Date:1944
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...WILLIAMKIDD BECOMES A PIRATE. 45 ,The fleet was much scattered; for, strong in its guard, no danger was apprehended. Kidds vessel was concealed from the general- view behind a headland. His ship..."
Date:Between 1645 and 1701
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... another friendly message from Bellomont, set sail for Boston. After an uneventful trip around Cape Cod, Captain WilliamKidd sighted the beacon at Greater Brewster Island, July 1, 1699, later coming up..."
Date:1944
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:".... - Remonstrance of Spain. - Reply of France and England. - Confession of a Buccaneer. - Adventures of Peter the Great. , . . . . 9 CHAPTER II. WilliamKidd becomes a Pirate. Ravages of the Pirates. - The Kings..."
Date:Between 1645 and 1701
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...WILLIAMKIDD BECOMES A PIRATE. 39 to disappointment. It so happened that they arrived at the island at a time when every vessel was out on a piratic cruise. There was not a single vessel there. All..."
Date:Between 1645 and 1701
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... Kidd, leaving it with our readers to form their own opinion, from the facts here given, of the degree of praise or blame to be attached to his character. About the same time when WilliamKidd was passing..."
Date:Between 1645 and 1701
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...CHAPTER II. WilliamKidd becomes a Pirate. Ravages of the Pirates. - The Kings Interview with Earl Bellomont. - WilliamKidd, the New York Merchant. - His Commission. Sailing of the Adventure..."
Date:Between 1645 and 1701
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"..., Kidd drew his sword. When he was pinioned unexpectedly from behind, he was forced to surrender. In this manner, Captain WilliamKidd, gentleman, learned of his betrayal at the hands of his own partner..."
Date:1944
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...WILLIAMKIDD BECOMES A PIRATE. 47 merchants residing in that place. The tidings had already reached them of the capture of the Aden vessel, the impressment of the English captain and the Portuguese..."
Date:Between 1645 and 1701
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... Coast 203 Charles Harris, Hanged With His Crew at Newport 216 PART THREE- New York, Philadelphia, and Southward 225 Captain WilliamKidd, Innocentest of Them All . 225 Teach, Alias Blackbeard, the Most..."
Date:1944
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...WILLIAMKIDD BECOMES A PIRATE. 49 the times. Captain Kidd brought his guns to bear upon the village. With broadside after broadside he laid their huts in ruins. The torch was applied, and in an hour..."
Date:Between 1645 and 1701
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...WILLIAMKIDD BECOMES A PIRATE. 3 1 national law, but as a piratic expedition against the pirates. The reclaimed treasure was not to be restored to its owners, nor to be placed in the treasury..."
Date:Between 1645 and 1701
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...WILLIAMKIDD BECOMES A PIRATE. ■ 37 until you were very near it. The only approach was so narrow that two could not pass it abreast. It was contrived in so intricate a manner that, to all..."
Date:Between 1645 and 1701
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... with that of Captain WilliamKidd, his achievements were far more wonderful and infamous. He was born of a good and wealthy family in Wales. Early developing a roaming disposition, he left his home for the seacoast..."
Date:Between 1645 and 1701
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...AMERICAN PIONEERS AND PATRIOTS. Captain WilliamKidd, OTHERS OF THE PIRATES OR BUCCANEERS WHO RAVAGED THE SEAS, THE ISLANDS, AND THE CONTINENTS OF AMERICA TWO HUNDRED YEARS AGO. BY JOHN S. C. ABBOTT..."
Date:Between 1645 and 1701
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...ILLUSTRATIONS Captain WilliamKidd in the Boston Jail . . . Frontispiece Major Stede Bonnet Stepping to his Death ... 37 Pirate Treasure Map by Cyprian Southack .... 38 Reverend Cotton Mather who..."
Date:1944
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... to prevent the aforesaid mischief ... do hereby give and grant to the said WilliamKidd (to whom our Commissioners for exercising the office of Lord High Admiral of England have granted a commission..."
Date:1944
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...244 PIRATES AND BUCCANEERS It was down these same stairs that WilliamKidd took his last long walk on the morning of May 23, 1701. The usual procession preceded the actual execution. The deputy..."
Date:1944
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... and languishing did live, but that on the one-and-thirtieth day he did die ; and that WilliamKidd,. feloniously, voluntarily, and of malice aforethought, did kill and murder him. To this Kidd replied..."
Date:Between 1645 and 1701
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"..., King of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, etc. To our trusty and well beloved Captain WilliamKidd, commander of the ship, Adventure Galley, or to any other, the commander..."
Date:1944
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA