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One of the mutineers on the brig Vineyard in 1830. It was the full confession of Dawes that brought about the conviction and execution of the ringleader, Charles Gibbs.
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The Pirates' Who's Who:
(P. Gosse, 1924)
One of the mutineers on the brig Vineyard in 1830. It was the full confession of Dawes that brought about the conviction and execution of the ringleader, Charles Gibbs.

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Captain Charles Gibbs1798, Nov 51816
 
18311831, Apr 25
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