[drop-title] Fugitive criminals. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting copies of papers relative to certain fugitive criminals from Florida. March 5, 1844.

Tyler, John (President, 1841?1845).

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The fugitives in question, "a gang of negroes, seven in number, who have since sought refuge in the colony of New Providence, and are now believed to be at Nassau, in that island" are alleged to have committed robbery and murder in the territory of Florida, "attended by circumstances of peculiar atrocity." The correspondence concerns the request by the United States for the British government to issue a warrant to deliver the fugitives to a U. S. Marshal. Government document: 28th Congress, 1st Session. Doc. No. 160. Ho. of Reps. Executive. 8vo. 8 pp. Removed from a nonce volume; four punch-holes in inner margin, not touching text; leaves separating. First page with ink numeral in upper margin. Lightly foxed. Bookseller Inventory #

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Book Description [Washington], 1844. Disbound. Condition: Good binding. pp. 8. Removed from a nonce volume; two punch-holes in inner margin, not touching text; first page with ink numeral in upper margin; lightly foxed. The fugitives in question, "a gang of negroes, seven in number, who have since sought refuge in the colony of New Providence, and are now believed to be at Nassau, in that island" are alleged to have committed robbery and murder in the territory of Florida, "attended by circumstances of peculiar atrocity." The correspondence concerns the request by the United States for the British government to issue a warrant to deliver the fugitives to a U. S. Marshal. Government document: 28th Congress, 1st Session. Doc. No. 160. Ho. of Reps. Executive. Seller Inventory # 4352

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