A history of the Amistad captives [electronic resource] : being a circumstantial account of the capture of the Spanish Schooner Amistad by the Africans on board, their voyage and capture near Long Island, New York : with biographical sketches of each of the surviving Africans also, an account of the trials had on their case, before the District and Circuit Court of the United States, for the district of Connecticut / compiled from authentic sources, by John W. Barber.

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Online Access: Full Text (via Gale)
Main Author: Barber, John Warner, 1798-1885
Corporate Author: United States. Circuit Court (Connecticut)
Other title:MOML trials online.
Format: Electronic eBook
Published: New Haven, Ct. : E.L. & J.W. Barber, 1840.
Item Description:"The court was opened by the U.S., Marshal, the clerk then swore Don Pedro Montez, owner of part of the cargo and three of the slaves and Don Jose Ruiz, also owner of part of the cargo and forty-nine of the slaves, these gentlemen then lodged a complaint against Joseph Cingue, (the leader in the alledged offense), Antonio, Simon, Lacis, Peter, Martin, Manuel, Andrew, Edward, Caledonis, Bartholomew, Raymond, Augustine, Evaristo, Casimiro, Mercho, Gabriel, Santaria, Escalastio, Paschal, Estanilaus, Desiderio, Nicholas, Stephen, Thomas, Corsino, Lewis, Bartolo, Julian, Frederick, Saturnio, Lardusolado, Celistino, Epifanio, Tevacio, Genancio, Philip, Francis, Hipiloto, Venito, Tidoro, Vicinto, Dionecio, Apolonio, Ezidiquiel, Leon, Julius, Hipoloto, 2d and Zinon, or such of the above as might be alive at that time, it was ascertained that Joseph Cingue and 38 others, were alive and on the complaint an indictment was framed charging them with murder and piracy on board the Spanish Schooner Amistad."-- Cf. page 6.
Reproduction of the original from Harvard Law School Library.
Physical Description:32 pages : illustrations, map