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The narrative of Mr. John Soren, a native of the United States of America : piratically captured on the high seas, in requital for an act of humanity, in saving a British transport, with near 300 troops on board, from sinking. With an appendix, containing the documents referred to in the narrative, a letter from the American minister, and testimonials of the truth of the statement from Major Mansergh ... and Captain Davis. Preview this item
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The narrative of Mr. John Soren, a native of the United States of America : piratically captured on the high seas, in requital for an act of humanity, in saving a British transport, with near 300 troops on board, from sinking. With an appendix, containing the documents referred to in the narrative, a letter from the American minister, and testimonials of the truth of the statement from Major Mansergh ... and Captain Davis.

Publisher: London : Printed, at the Oriental Press, by Wilson & Co., 1800.
Edition/Format:   Book   Microform : Microfiche : English : Microcard edView all editions and formats
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Named Person: John Soren; John Soren
Document Type: Book
OCLC Number: 3988125
Notes: Sabin 87138.
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