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Title:
A most execrable and barbarous murder done by an East-Indian devil, or a native of Java-Major, in the road of Bantam, aboard an English ship called the Coster, on the 22. of October last, 1641
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Editions:
11
Total Holdings:
212
OCLC Work Id:
476193681
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FAST Subject Headings

Heading Usage Count FAST ID
Mass murder 202 1011417
Indonesia--Java 202 1244461
Pirates 162 1064776
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TitleA most execrable and barbarous murder done by an East-Indian devil, or a native of Java-Major, in the road of Bantam, aboard an English ship called the Coster, on the 22. of October last, 1641 : Wherein is shewed how the wicked villain came to the said ship and hid himself till it was very dark, and then he mudrdered [sic] all the men that were a board, except the cooke, and three boyes. And lastly, how the murderer himselfe was justly requited. Captain William Minor being an eye-witnesse of this bloudy massacreeng 154050Z2002
TitleA most execrable and barbarous murder done by an East-Indian devil, or a native of Java-Major, in the road of Bantam, aboard an English ship called the Coster, on the 22. of October last, 1641 : Wherein is shewed how the wicked villain came to the said ship and hid himself till it was very dark, and then he mudrdered [sic] all the men that were a board, except the cooke, and three boyes. And lastly, how the murderer himselfe was justly requited. Captain William Minor being an eye-witnesse of this bloudy massacreeng 15  
TitleA most execrable and barbarous murder done by an East-Indian devil, or a native of Java-Major, in the road of Bantam, aboard an English ship called the Coster, on the 22. of October last, 1641eng 10  
TitleA most execrable and barbarous murder done by an East-Indian devil, or a native of Java-Major, in the road of Bantam, aboard an English ship called the Coster, on the 22. of October last, 1641 : Wherein is shewed how the wicked villain came to the said ship and hid himself till it was very dark, and then he mudrdered [sic] all the men that were a board, except the cooke, and three boyes. And lastly, how the murderer himselfe was justly requited. Captain William Minor being an eye-witnesse of this bloudy massacreeng 10  
TitleA most execrable and barbarous murder done by an East-Indian devil, or a native of Java-Major, in the road of Bantam, aboard an English ship called the Coster, on the 22. of October last, 1641 : Wherein is shewed how the wicked villain came to the said ship and hid himself till it was very dark, and then he mudrdered [sic] all the men that were a board, except the cooke, and three boyes. And lastly, how the murderer himselfe was justly requited. Captain William Minor being an eye-witnesse of this bloudy massacreeng 8  
TitleA most execrable and barbarous murder done by an East-Indian devil, or a native of Java-Major, in the road of Bantam, aboard an English ship called the Coster, on the 22. of October last, 1641 : Wherein is shewed how the wicked villain came to the said ship and hid himself till it was very dark, and then he mudrdered [sic] all the men that were a board, except the cooke, and three boyes. And lastly, how the murderer himselfe was justly requited. Captain William Minor being an eye-witnesse of this bloudy massacreeng 6  
TitleA most execrable and barbarous murder done by an East-Indian devil, or a native of Java-Major, in the road of Bantam, aboard an English ship called the Coster, on the 22. of October last, 1641 : Wherein is shewed how the wicked villain came to the said ship and hid himself till it was very dark, and then he mudrdered [sic] all the men that were a board, except the cooke, and three boyes. And lastly, how the murderer himselfe was justly requited. Captain William Minor being an eye-witnesse of this bloudy massacreeng 4  
TitleA most execrable and barbarous murder done by an East-Indian devil, or a native of Java-Major, in the road of Bantam, aboard an English ship called the Coster, on the 22. of October last, 1641 : Wherein is shewed how the wicked villain came to the said ship and hid himself till it was very dark, and then he mudrdered [sic] all the men that were a board, except the cooke, and three boyes. And lastly, how the murderer himselfe was justly requited. Captain William Minor being an eye-witnesse of this bloudy massacreeng 2  
TitleA most execrable and barbarous murder done by an East-Indian devil, or a native of Java-Major, in the road of Bantam, aboard an English ship called the Coster, on the 22. of October last, 1641 : Wherein is shewed how the wicked villain came to the said ship and hid himself till it was very dark, and then he mudrdered [sic] all the men that were a board, except the cooke, and three boyes. And lastly, how the murderer himselfe was justly requited. Captain William Minor being an eye-witnesse of this bloudy massacreeng 1  
TitleA most execrable and barbarous murder done by an East-Indian devil, or a native of Java-Major, in the road of Bantam, aboard an English ship called the Coster, on the 22. of October last, 1641 : Wherein is shewed how the wicked villain came to the said ship and hid himself till it was very dark, and then he mudrdered [sic] all the men that were a board, except the cooke, and three boyes. And lastly, how the murderer himselfe was justly requited. Captain William Minor being an eye-witnesse of this bloudy massacreeng 1  
TitleA most execrable and barbarous murder done by an East-Indian devil, or a native of Java-Major, in the road of Bantam, aboard an English ship called the Coster, on the 22. of October last, 1641 : Wherein is shewed how the wicked villain came to the said ship and hid himself till it was very dark, and then he mudrdered [sic] all the men that were a board, except the cooke, and three boyes. And lastly, how the murderer himselfe was justly requited. Captain William Minor being an eye-witnesse of this bloudy massacreeng 1  
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