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The Execution of ten of Miranda's officers

From: History of the adventures and sufferings of Moses Smith : during five years of his life, from the beginning of the year 1806, when he was betrayed into the Miranda expedition, until June 1811, when he was nonsuited in an action at law, which lasted three years and a half

The Execution of ten of Miranda's officers

From: History of the adventures and sufferings of Moses Smith : during five years of his life, from the beginning of the year 1806, when he was betrayed into the Miranda expedition, until June 1811, when he was nonsuited in an action at law, which lasted three years and a half

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Other Creator: Smith, Moses, 1756-1846
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Verso blank.
Imperfect: plate is torn and is missing lower left corner with no loss of text.
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1 plate
18 cm.
b&w illustration
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Object ID: 2036940
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