Peterson, Peter, -1800
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- The Last words and dying confession of the three pirates, who were executed this day, (May 9th, 1800.) ([Philadelphia] : From Folwell's press, no. 63, North Front-Street, Philadelphia. (Copy-right secured according to law.), ), by Joseph Brous, Joseph Baker, and Peter Peterson (HTML at Evans TCP)
- A narrative of the horrid murder & piracy committed on board the schooner Eliza, of Philadelphia, on the high seas, by three foreigners, who were tried before the Circuit Court of the United States, on Monday, the 21st of April, 1800; together with an account of the surprizing recapture of the said schooner, by Captain Wheland, the only person who escaped from their barbarity. ([Philadelphia] : From Folwell's press, no. 63, North Front-Street. (Copy-right secured according to law.), ), by Captain Wheland (HTML at Evans TCP)
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