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Newgate of Connecticut, Its Origin and Early History

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Newgate of Connecticut, Its Origin and Early History

Being a Full Description of the Famous and Wonderful Simsbury Mines and Caverns, and the Prison Built Over Them. To which is Added a Relation of All the Incidents, Insurrections, and Massacres, Connected with Their Use as a Prison for the Tories During the Revolution, and otherwise; with interestng sketches of their surroundings in (now) East Granby. Also, an Illustrated Description of the State Prison at Wethersfield

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  • <span id='Phelps'></span>Phelps, Richard. ''[[Space:Newgate of Connecticut, Its Origin and Early History|Newgate of Connecticut, Its Origin and Early History]]'' (American Pub. Co., Hartford, Conn., 1901)
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