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The mysterious stranger; or Memoirs of Henry More Smith; [electronic resource] : alias Henry Frederick Moon, alias William Newman: who is now confined in Simsbury Mines, in Connecticut, for the crime of burglary. : Containing an account of his extraordinary conduct during his confinement in the gaol of King's County, province of New-Brunswick, where he was under sentence of death: : with a statement of his succeeding conduct, before and since his confinement in Newgate. /

By Walter Bates, sheriff of King's County.

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Main Author: Bates, Walter
Published: New-Haven: : Published by Maltby, Goldsmith & Co. T.G. Woodward, printer., 1817.
Series: Early American imprints. Second series ; no. 40148.
Topics: Criminals - Biography. | Smith, Henry More, fl. 1812-1836.
Genres: Memoirs.
Online Access: Early American Imprints Second Series - Full text online
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Main Author: Bates, Walter, 1760-1842.
Physical Description: 108 p. ; 15 cm.
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Half-title: The mysterious stranger; or Memoirs of Henry More Smith, alias William Newman.
Caption title: Memoirs of Henry More Smith, alias Moon, alias William Newman.
Copyright "the 27th day of December, in the fortieth year of independence" [i.e., 1815] by Thomas G. Woodward. However, a copyright date of Dec. 27, 1816, is more likely. The author's "To the reader," p. [5] is dated "New-Haven, Dec. 1816," and his "To the editor of the Portland gazette" (p. [7]-9) is dated "Kingston, Sept. 1816."

More Details for: The mysterious stranger; or Memoirs of H