3 edition of Narrative of the singular adventures and captivity of Mr. Thomas Barry found in the catalog.
Narrative of the singular adventures and captivity of Mr. Thomas Barry
1800 by Sommers Town: printed and published by A. Neil; sold also by Crosby and Letterman in [London] .
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 1015, no. 21.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||60|
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Narrative of the singular adventures and captivity of Mr. Thomas Barry. New York: Garland Pub., (OCoLC) Material Type: Fiction: Document Type: Book: All Authors /. Narrative of the singular adventures and captivity of Mr. Thomas Barry among the Monsipi Indians in the unexplored regions of North America, during the years, & including the manners, customs, &c.
of that tribe: also a particular account of his escape, accompanied by an Indian female, the extraordinary hardships they. item 1 Narrative of the Singular Adventures and Captivity of Mr. Thomas Barry, Among - Narrative of the Singular Adventures and Captivity of Mr. Thomas Barry, Among $ +$ shipping.
Narrative of the singular adventures and captivity of Mr. Thomas Barry: among the Monsipi Indians, in the unexplored regions of North America, during the years, & Written by himself. Narrative of the singular adventures and captivity of Mr. Thomas Barry among the Monsipi Indians in the unexplored regions of North America, during the years, & including the manners, customs, &c.
of that tribe: also a particular account of his escape, accompanied by an Indian female, the extraordinary hardships they encountered, and their safe arrival in London /. Yes Mr's Rowlandson was captured along with her family by indians, I was looking forward to their story, what we actually get are small recolections Narrative of the singular adventures and captivity of Mr.
Thomas Barry book the captivity and constant annoying quotes from the Bible that almost make the story unreadable, to be honest I would not bother reading this book/5(63).
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