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The woman warrier : being an account of a young woman who lived in Cow-Cross, near West-smithfield ; who changing her apparel entered her self on board, in quallity of a soldier, and sailed to Iceland, where she valliantly behaved her self, particularly at the siege of Cork, where she lost her toes and received a mortal wound in her body, of which she since dyed in her return to London. To the tune of Let the soldiers rejoice. Licensed according to order. Preview this item
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The woman warrier : being an account of a young woman who lived in Cow-Cross, near West-smithfield ; who changing her apparel entered her self on board, in quallity of a soldier, and sailed to Iceland, where she valliantly behaved her self, particularly at the siege of Cork, where she lost her toes and received a mortal wound in her body, of which she since dyed in her return to London. To the tune of Let the soldiers rejoice. Licensed according to order.

Publisher: [London] : Printed for Charles Bates next to the Crown Tavern in West-smith field., [1690]
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
OCLC Number: 606673992
Description: 1 online resource (1 sheet ([1] pages)) : illustrations (woodcuts)
Other Titles: Let the soldiers rejoice.

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