Source:Seymour, George Dudley. Captain Nathan Hale, 1755-1776, Yale College 1773, Major John Palsgrave Wyllys, 1754-1790, Yale College 1773

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Source Captain Nathan Hale, 1755-1776, Yale College 1773, Major John Palsgrave Wyllys, 1754-1790, Yale College 1773
friends and Yale classmates, who died in their country's service, one hanged as a spy by the British, the other killed in an Indian ambuscade on the far frontier : a digressive history now told with many antiquarian excursions, genealogical, architectural, social, and controversial, with an account of some members of a great patrician family, their manorial establishment in Hartford, their custody for generations of the Charter of King Charles the Second, and the story of the hiding thereof
Author Seymour, George Dudley
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Place Connecticut, United States
Surname Hale, Wyllys
Subject History
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Publisher Priv. print. for the author
Date issued 1933
Place issued New-Haven
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Seymour, George Dudley. Captain Nathan Hale, 1755-1776, Yale College 1773, Major John Palsgrave Wyllys, 1754-1790, Yale College 1773: friends and Yale classmates, who died in their country's service, one hanged as a spy by the British, the other killed in an Indian ambuscade on the far frontier : a digressive history now told with many antiquarian excursions, genealogical, architectural, social, and controversial, with an account of some members of a great patrician family, their manorial establishment in Hartford, their custody for generations of the Charter of King Charles the Second, and the story of the hiding thereof. (New-Haven: Priv. print. for the author, 1933).
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