The life, trial, confession, and execution of Albert W. Hicks, the pirate and murderer [electronic resource] : executed on Bedloe's Island, New York Bay, on the 13th of July, 1860, for the murder of Capt. Burr, Smith and Oliver Watts, on board the oyster sloop E.A. Johnson : containing the history of his life (written by himself) from childhood up to the time of his arrest : with a full account of his piracies, murders, mutinies, high-way robberies, etc., comprising the particulars of one hundred murders! : to which is added the account of his arrest, imprisonment, trial and execution ; also, his phrenological character, as described by L.N. Fowler.

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Corporate Author: United States. Circuit Court (New York : Southern District)
Other Authors: Hicks, Albert W., approximately 1820-1860 (Defendant), De Angelis, Lorenzo, active 1860, Fowler, L. N. (Lorenzo Niles), 1811-1896
Other title:Trial of Albert W. Hicks for piracy on board the sloop Edwin A. Johnson : United States Circuit Court.
Trial and confession of Albert W. Hicks, the pirate.
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Published: New York : Robert M. De Witt, Publisher, 1860.


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Call Number: KF223.H53 H53 1860i
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