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Old Ireland's misery at an end: or, The English empire in the Brazils restored. : Being the second appearance of the inchanted [sic] lady, who appeared the fifth 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 end: or, The English empire in the Brazils restored. : Being the second appearance of the inchanted [sic] lady, who appeared the fifth 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: [Boston] : Sold [by Thomas Fleet] at the Heart and Crown in Boston., [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: 62817539
Notes: Date of publication suggested by Evans. Thomas Fleet printed at the Heart and Crown in 1752.
Description: 1 online resource (8 p.)

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