At a court, held at Punch-Hall, in the colony of Bacchus. The indictment and tryal of Sr. Richard Rum. A person of noble birth and extraction, well known both to rich and poor throughout all America. Who was accused for several misdemeanours against His Majesty' liege people, viz. killing some, wounding others, bringing thousands to poverty, and many good families to utter ruin.

Printed in the year 1724
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Indictment and trial of Sir Richard Rum.


[Boston? : s.n.], Printed in the year 1724.

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The third edition, with a preface, and a song composed by Sir Richard, immediately after his discharge, not in the primer editions. [One line of quotation in Latin].

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Evans, 2582

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