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The History of Capt. Thomas Parismas : containing a particular account of the cruel and barbarous treatment of a young lady, who was the wife of Mr. James Negotio, a merchant, in the East Indies : the history of this innocent and unfortunate lady, is allowed by all those who have perused it, to be one of the most striking accounts that ever appeared in print, and would almost excite tears of blood, even from the eyes of a Nero, unless every avenue of compassion were shut up. Preview this item
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The History of Capt. Thomas Parismas : containing a particular account of the cruel and barbarous treatment of a young lady, who was the wife of Mr. James Negotio, a merchant, in the East Indies : the history of this innocent and unfortunate lady, is allowed by all those who have perused it, to be one of the most striking accounts that ever appeared in print, and would almost excite tears of blood, even from the eyes of a Nero, unless every avenue of compassion were shut up.

Publisher: Providence [R.I.] : Printed and sold by David Heaton, 1809.
Series: Early American imprints., Second series ;, no. 17755.
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Document Type: Book
OCLC Number: 40018250
Reproduction Notes: Microfiche. [New Canaan, CT] : Readex Microprint, [1987-1992]. microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm. (Early American imprints. Second series ; no. 17755).
Description: 16 pages
Series Title: Early American imprints., Second series ;, no. 17755.

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