Horse thief

September 1986
Yankee;Sep86, Vol. 50 Issue 9, p138
He was born of somewhat diluted `Boston Blueblood' in 1748 in New Hampshire. But, at age 14, he departed the straight and narrow to become the greatest horse thief and all-around knave ever produced in colonial New England.


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