The arraignment, tryal, and condemnation of Captain William Kidd, for murther and piracy, upon six several indictments, at the Admiralty-Sessions, held by His Majesty's commission at the Old-Baily, on Thursday the 8th. and Friday the 9th. of May, 1701 [electronic resource] : who, upon full evidence, was found guilty, receiv'd sentence, and was accordingly executed at execution-dock, May the 23rd : as also, the tryals of Nicholas Churchill, James Howe, Robert Lamley, William Jenkins, Gabriel Loff, Hugh Parrot, Richard Barlicorn, Abel Owens, and Darby Mullins, at the same time and place for piracy : perused by the judges and council : to which are added, Captain Kidd's two commissions, one under the great seal of England, and the other under the great seal of the Court of Admiralty.

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Corporate Author: England and Wales. High Court of Admiralty
Other Authors: Kidd, William, -1701 (Defendant)
Other title:Arraignment, trial, and condemnation of Captain William Kidd.
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Published: London : Printed for J. Nutt, 1701.
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