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Cover of: A plain narrativ of the uncommon sufferings and remarkable deliverance of Thomas Brown, of Charlestown, in New England by Brown, Thomas
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Cover of: A plain narrativ of the uncommon sufferings and remarkable deliverance of Thomas Brown, of Charlestown, in New England by Brown, Thomas

A plain narrativ of the uncommon sufferings and remarkable deliverance of Thomas Brown, of Charlestown, in New England
who returned to his father's house the beginning of Jan. 1760, after having been absent three years and about eight months: containing an account of the engagement between a party of English, Commanded by Maj. Rogers and a party of French and Indians, in Jan. 1757 ... how he was taken captive by the Indians and carried to Canada, and from thence to the Mississippi; where he lived about a year, and was again sent to Canada ...
2d ed. Boston: Printed and sold by Fowle and Draper ... 1760.
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Published by W. Abbatt in New York .

Edition Notes

Series The magazine of history with notes and queries. Extra number -- no. 4 [pt. 1], magazine of history with notes and queries -- no. 4 [pt. 1]

The Physical Object

Pagination 3 p. l., [5]-17 p.

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Open Library OL7049737M
Internet Archive thomasbrown00browrich

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