|Author||Dyer, Joseph. |
|Title||A compendious narrative elucidating the character, disposition, and conduct of Mary Dyer, from the time of her marriage, in 1799, till she left the society called Shakers, in 1815 : with a few remarks upon certain charges which she has since published against that society : together with sundry depositions / by her husband, Joseph Dyer ; to which is annexed, a remonstrance against the testimony and application of the said Mary, for legislative interference. |
|Published||Concord : Printed by Isaac Hill, for the author, 1818. |
|Description||vi, , 6-88 p. ; 20 cm. |
|General Note||In blue paper wrappers, with booksellers' advertisements on p.  and . |
|Cit./Ref. Note||References: MacLean, J.P. Shaker lit., 222; Shaw & Shoemaker 43899; Richmond, M.L.H. Shaker lit., 525. |
|Provenance Note||LC copy purchased from J.P. MacLean in 1906; stamped YA 28670. |
|Subjects||Dyer, Mary M., b. 1780. |
Dyer, Mary M., b. 1780. Brief statement of the sufferings of Mary Dyer.
Imprints, Early -- American -- To 1820.
Shaker women -- Biography.
Shakers -- Biography.
|Other Authors||MacLean, J. P. (John Patterson), 1848-1939, former owner. |
|Organizations||Shaker Collection (Library of Congress) |
|Other Titles||Cover title: Dyer's narrative |
|LC Card Number||99-164744|
|Call Number/Copies|| |
| ||WRHS Research Library: BX 9773 D996D 1818 Vault|
mq170074: Rare book room, LC class, restricted access [status: NON-CIRCULATING]