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An Account of the trial of Joseph Andrews for piracy and murder, together with his confession to the gentlemen of the clergy who visited him during his confinment [sic], and to the keepers of the goal the day before his execution; the account he gave them of his parentag and manner of life, also his character and dying speech.

New York: Printed for every purchaser , 1769.
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An Account of the trial of Joseph Andrews for piracy and murder, together with his confession to the gentlemen of the clergy who visited him during his confinment [sic], and to the keepers of the goal the day before his execution; the account he gave them of his parentag and manner of life, also his character and dying speech. Library Average
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