Mutiny and murder [electronic resource] : confession of Charles, Gibbs, a native of Rhode Island, who, with Thomas J. Wansley, was doomed to be hung in New York on the 22d of April last, for the murder of the captain and mate of the brig Vineyard on her passage from New Orleans to Philadelphia, in November 1830 : Gibbs confesses that within a few years he has participated in the murder of nearly 400 human beings!

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Other Authors: Gibbs, Charles, 1794?-1831 (Defendant), Wansley, Thomas J., -1831 (Defendant)
Other title:Caption title: Confession of Gibbs the pirate.
Confession of Charles Gibbs.
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Published: Providence, R.I. : Printed for and published by Israel Smith, 1831.


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Call Number: KF223.G52 G52 1831i
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