Pirate Gold

Cover of book Pirate Gold
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Frederic Jesup Stimson (1855-1943), who also wrote under the pseudonym J. S. of Dale, was the first United States ambassador to Argentina, a post he held during World War I. He was a Harvard Law gradu


ate and writer of several influential books on law, and also a novelist specialising in historical romances. His works include: Rollo's Journey to Cambridge (1879), The Crime of Henry Vane (1884), The Sentimental Calendar (1886), Mrs. Knollys and Other Stories (1894), Government by Injunction (1894), Labor in its Relation to Law (1895), Pirate Gold (1895), King Noanett: A Story of Old Virginia and the Massachusetts Bay (1896), In Cure of Her Soul (1906), The American Constitution (1908), Popular Law-Making (1910), My Story (1917), The American Constitution as it Protects Private Rights (1923) and My United States (1931). --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

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