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Text:"... was carrying a cargo of rum, off Cape Henry. Bonnet chose several casks which were to his fancy and removed as well other badly needed articles from the cargo. After this beginning, Major StedeBonnet resumed..."
Date:1944
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... Ferocious Pirate 251 Major StedeBonnet, the Gentleman Pirate . . 269 Charles Gibbs, Who Was Hanged at New YoRxf. . 273 The Pirates Executed at Philadelphia .... 288 PART FOUR- The Women Pirates 295 Alwida..."
Date:1944
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...ILLUSTRATIONS Captain William Kidd in the Boston Jail . . . Frontispiece Major StedeBonnet 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:"...STORY ON PAGE 267 MAJOR STEDEBONNET STEPS OUT INTO ETERNITY FROM THE HANGMANS CART WITH FLOWERS IN HIS MANACLED HANDS. CHARLES-TOWN, NOW CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA...."
Date:1944
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...MAJOR STEDEBONNET, THE GENTLEMAN PIRATE Major StedeBonnet, a most unusual pirate, was originally a gentleman of leisure and wealth, living on the island of Barbadoes. Why he turned pirate is hard..."
Date:1944
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... capture. Reaching Bonnets hiding place late one afternoon, the soldiers under Colonel Rhet killed Herriot on the spot; Major StedeBonnet was quickly captured and brought back to Charles-Town to face trial..."
Date:1944
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... the blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Shortly afterwards he fell in with a Major StedeBonnet, an interesting pirate who had formerly been a gentleman of good reputation and estate on the island..."
Date:1944
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"..., I must now do my office as a Judge. The Sentence that the Law hath appointed to pass upon you for your Offences, and which this Court doth therefore award, is That you the said StedeBonnet shall go..."
Date:1944
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"..., a ver^' pleasant, middle-aged gentleuuin named Maj, S.tedeBonnet, lie was a man iu comfortable circumstances and had been an officer in the Briti.sh army. He had retired from military service, and had..."
Date:July 19 1898
Publication:Goshen, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... for that and not for me. CHAPTÏ2R II. A FRUIT-BASKET AND A FRIEND. AJOE STEDEBONNET, the father of Kate, whose mother had died when the child was but a year old, was a middle-aged Englishman of a fair es tate..."
Date:Sep 8 1904
Publication:West Lebanon, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... of another gentleman in the same profession whose pirating makes Blackbeard look about as ruthless as a department store ribbon clerk. "Gentleman Pirate" He is Major StedeBonnet, who was known as a "gentleman..."
Date:Dec 20 1953
Publication:Rocky Mount, North Carolina, United States of America
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Text:"... in such a lawless town as Belize. The captain, who was going ashore, could make inquiries, and Kate must wait. In a little room at the back of a large, low storehouse, not far from the pier, sat StedeBonnet and his..."
Date:Dec 1 1904
Publication:West Lebanon, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... stood, his sword clutched in his hand and his chwt heaving with the excitement of nil own speech, there arose from the crew a cheer. Some of them bad known a little about StedeBonnet, and some of them..."
Date:Oct 6 1904
Publication:Marble Rock, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... the crew a cheer, Some of them had known a little about StedeBonnet, and some of them scarcely anything at all, except that he was able to-pay them good Now he had told them that he was a pirate captain..."
Date:Aug 20 1912
Publication:Sheboygan, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... a glass of grog." With another shout the crew hurried forward, and StedeBonnet stood upon the quarter-deck, the pirate captain of the pirate ship Revenge. And now stepped up to his master that good..."
Date:Sep 22 1904
Publication:West Lebanon, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... a little about StedeBonnet, and some of them scarcely anything at all, except that he was able to pay them good •wages. Now he had told them that ha was a pirate captain, and each of them LITS TOMTOM CURES..."
Date:Mar 7 1904
Publication:Norwalk, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... to your duty; and, in honor of that black flag which floats above you, each of you shall drink a glass of grog." With another shout the crew hurried forward, and StedeBonnet stood upon the quarter..."
Date:May 12 1904
Publication:Athens, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... stood, his clutched iu his hand and his chest, heaving vrith xhc excitement of his own speech, there arose from the crew a cheer. Some of them had known a little about StedeBonnet, and some- of them..."
Date:Apr 7 1904
Publication:Connellsville, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... a! little about StedeBonnet, and some of them scarcely anything at all. except that he was able to pay; them- good waiges. Now he bad told them that be was a pirate captain, and each of them knew..."
Date:Mar 10 1904
Publication:Iola, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"... A cheer. Some of them bad known a 'little about StedeBonnet, qnd some of 'them anything at a'l, except that he.wa? able to pay them Rood jfcrages, NOW he had told them that he a pirate captain, and each..."
Date:Apr 30 1904
Publication:Williamsport, Pennsylvania, United States of America