Providence, [R.I.] : Printed for Z.S. Crossmon, 1827.; 39 pages with full-text search [?]
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|Title||Narrative of the shipwreck and sufferings of Miss Ann Saunders : who was a passenger on board the ship Francis Mary which foundered at sea on the 5th Feb. 1826, on her passage from New Brunswick to Liverpool ... to be joined in marriage|
|Published||Providence, [R.I.] : Printed for Z.S. Crossmon, 1827.|
Francis Mary (Ship)
Francis Mary (Navire)
Navigation -- Accidents.
|Document source||Scanned from a CIHM microfiche of the original publication held by the Library of the Public Archives of Canada.|
"Come, O come, dearly beloved Christians, and join with me in the praise of God, who has had pity on me, and whose mercy endureth forever."
"Annexed is a Solemn Address of Miss Saunders to persons of all ages and of every denomination, on the importance of attending to the concerns of their Immortal Souls, and in being prepared for Death."
Title from title screen.
38 p. ; 18 cm.