Piracy in the Public Sphere: The Henry Every Trials and the Battle for Meaning in Seventeenth-Century Print Culture

  title={Piracy in the Public Sphere: The Henry Every Trials and the Battle for Meaning in Seventeenth-Century Print Culture},
  author={Douglas R. Burgess},
  journal={The Journal of British Studies},
  pages={887 - 913}
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