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Author Rey, Juan Francisco

Title Abduction of Juan Francisco Rey : a narrative of events from his own lips, from the time he left Havana, in company with Villaverde and Fernandez, until his return to the United States, embracing a relation of what occurred on his first departure from Havana, the intrigue and violence by which his abduction was accomplished in New Orleans, his voyage back to Havana on the Mary Ellen, his imprisonment there, and his release and return to the United States, together with a compilation of the testimony in the preliminary investigation before Judge Bright and Commissioner Cohen, and a review of the same / compiled and edited by Daniel Scully
Published New Orleans : Printed for the publisher at "The True Delta" Office, 1849
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Description 1 online resource (58 pages)
Notes "The narrative of the abduction of Juan Francisco Garcia, or--the name by which he is universally known in the United States--Juan Francisco Rey, which he assumed on his first arrival in this country, is drawn up from notes of conversations had with him on the subject."--Prefatory notice by the compiler
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Subject Cuba -- History -- Insurrection, 1849-1851.
Form Electronic book
Author Scully, Daniel