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Turkish barbarity. : an affecting narrative of the unparalleled sufferings of Mrs. Sophia Mazro, a Greek lady of Missolonghi. Who with her two daughters (at the capture of that fortress by the Turks) were made prisoners by the barbarians, by whom their once peaceable dwelling was reduced to ashes, and their unfortunate husband and parent, in his attempts to protect his family, inhumanly put to death in their presence. Preview this item
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Turkish barbarity. : an affecting narrative of the unparalleled sufferings of Mrs. Sophia Mazro, a Greek lady of Missolonghi. Who with her two daughters (at the capture of that fortress by the Turks) were made prisoners by the barbarians, by whom their once peaceable dwelling was reduced to ashes, and their unfortunate husband and parent, in his attempts to protect his family, inhumanly put to death in their presence.

Author: Sophia Mazro; S G Howe; Jonathan P Miller; Kelch, Mr.
Publisher: Providence : Printed for G.C. Jennings.--Price 12 1-2 cents., [1828]
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Genre/Form: Captivity narratives
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Personal narratives
Named Person: Sophia Mazro; Sophia Mazro
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sophia Mazro; S G Howe; Jonathan P Miller; Kelch, Mr.
OCLC Number: 28685117
Notes: Copyright Mar. 28, 1828 by George C. Jennings.
Accounts and letters from Samuel Gridley Howe, Mr. Jonathan P. Miller, and Gregory Predicari, p. 21-38.
Description: 38 p., [1] folded leaf : 1 ill. ; 19 cm.
Responsibility: Taken from her own mouth, and translated by Mr. Kelch, the Greek agent in London. ; [Three lines of quotation].

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