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A journal of the proceedings in the detection of the conspiracy formed by some white people, in conjunction with Negro and other slaves, for burning the city of New-York in America, and murdering the inhabitants : which conspiracy was partly put in execution, by burning His Majesty's house in Fort George, within said city, on Wednesday the eighteenth of March, 1741 ... /
by the recorder of the City of New-York.
New-York : Printed by James Parker ..., 1744.
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New-York : Printed by James Parker ..., 1744.
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"Containing, I. A narrative of the trials, condemnations, executions, and behaviour of the several criminals, at the gallows and stake, with their speeches and confessions; with notes, observations and reflections occasionally interspersed throughout the whole. II. An appendix, wherein is set forth some additional evidence concerning the said conspiracy and conspirators, which has come to light since their trials and executions. III. Lists of the several persons (whites and blacks) committed on account of the conspiracy; and of the several criminals executed; and of those transported, with the places whereto."
"Errata."--P. [206]
Printed in two columns.
Recorder of New York City = Daniel Horsmanden.
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Electronic reproduction. Marlborough, England : Adam Matthew Digital, c2014. (American history, 1493-1945. Module 1, Settlement, commerce, revolution and reform, 1493-1859)
Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History

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