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Old Ireland's misery at an an [sic] end. Or, The English empire in the Brazil's restored. : Being the second appearance of the inchanted [sic] lady, who appeared the 5th day of June, 1752, in the form of a mermaid, on a sand bank, in the harbour of Lougres, and parish of Endeskeale, north-west of the county of Donegall, in Ireland, as was seen and heard by Thomas White, John Brown, and William Cunningham, who were coming up the channel in a small fishing boat. Preview this item
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Old Ireland's misery at an an [sic] end. Or, The English empire in the Brazil's restored. : Being the second appearance of the inchanted [sic] lady, who appeared the 5th day of June, 1752, in the form of a mermaid, on a sand bank, in the harbour of Lougres, and parish of Endeskeale, north-west of the county of Donegall, in Ireland, as was seen and heard by Thomas White, John Brown, and William Cunningham, who were coming up the channel in a small fishing boat.

Publisher: [Newport, R.I.] : Sold [by James Franklin?] at the Town-School-House in Newport., [1752?]
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Named Person: John Brown; William Cunningham; Thomas White; John Brown; William Cunningham; Thomas White
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
OCLC Number: 62817538
Notes: The only known copy, held by the American Antiquarian Society, lacks all after p. 6.
Date of publication suggested by Bristol. Evans dates the Boston edition (Evans 6904) as 1752. James Franklin printed at the Town-School-House in Newport from 1730 to 1757.
Description: 1 online resource (6 + p.)

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