|Author||Dickinson, Jonathan, 1663-1722. |
|Title||The shipwreck and dreadful sufferings of Robert Barrow, with divers other persons, amongst the inhuman canibals of Florida; faithfully related by Jonathan Dickenson who was concerned therein. To which are added Some remarks & observations, made by a person who renounced deism: also, the dying expressions of some persons of eminence & learning, who had embraced the same principles. |
|Published||Salem, O., Re-published by J. Shinn, 1826. |
|Description||x. -120 p. 17 cm. |
|General Note||First edition. Philadelphia. 1699, issued under title: God's protecting providence, man's surest help and defence in times of the greatest difficulty and most eminent danger... |
"Some judicious remarks, &c." (comp. by Joseph Clark): p. -120. This appendix is a reprint of a pamphlet issued at Philadelphia in 1805, under same title.
|Subjects||Barrow, Robert, d. 1697. |
Indians of North America -- Florida.
Ohio imprints -- 1826.
|Other Authors||Shinn, Joshua, 1800-1878. pub. |
|LC Card Number||05-40522|
|Call Number/Copies|| |
| ||WRHS Research Library: F 22 D D553 1826|
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