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A narrative of the sufferings, and surprizing deliverance of William and Elizabeth Fleming, who were taken captive by Capt. Jacob, commander of the Indians, who lately made an excursion on the inhabitants of the Great-Cove, near Conecochieg, in Pennsylvan

A narrative of the sufferings, and surprizing deliverance of William and Elizabeth Fleming, who were taken captive by Capt. Jacob, commander of the Indians, who lately made an excursion on the inhabitants of the Great-Cove, near Conecochieg, in Pennsylvan

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Creator: Fleming, William Fleming, Elizabeth, fl. 1756
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Date: 1756.
Publisher: Printed by James Chattin, for the benefit of the unhappy sufferers,
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Signatures: A-C⁴ D².
Text block sewn and laid into original green wrappers; stab-stitching of wrappers removed, probably so text could be read. Inscribed: Engelbart Lott is the real possessor of this book, November 6 Day 1761. From the library of Frank T. Siebert.
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28 p. ; 17 cm. (8vo.)
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