Publications of the Newberry Library, Numéro 3

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Newberry Library, 1912
 

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Page 21 - God's | protecting providence, | man's | surest help and defence, | in | times of the greatest difficulty, | and most eminent danger. | Evidenced | in the remarkable deliverance of Robert Barrow, | with divers other persons, from the devouring | waves of the sea; amongst which they suffered | shipwrack : | and also, | from the cruel devouring jaws of the inhumane | canibals of Florida.
Page 101 - A Narrative of the Captivity and Sufferings of Benjamin Gilbert and his Family...
Page 91 - The Generall Historie of Virginia, New-England, and the Summer Isles: with the names of the Adventurers, Planters, and Governours from their first beginning An°: 1584, to this present 1624.
Page 1 - Family. An Encounter between a White Man and Two Savages. Extraordinary Bravery of a Woman. Adventures of Capt. Isaac Stewart. Deposition of Massey Herbeson.
Page 26 - Indian Captivities ; being a Collection of the most remarkable Narratives of Persons taken Captive by the North American Indians, or Relations of those who, by Stratagem and desperate Valor, have effected the most surprising Escapes from their cruel Hands.
Page 39 - A Narrative of the Captivity of Mrs. Johnson. Containing an account of her sufferings, during Four Years with the Indians and French.
Page 40 - Events in Indian History, beginning with an account of the Origin of the American Indians, and Early Settlements in North America, and embracing Concise Biographies of the principal chiefs and...
Page 9 - An | account | of the | captivity | of | Elizabeth Hanson, | now or late of | Kachecky, in New-England: | who, with four of her children and servant-maid, | was taken captive by the Indians, and carried | into Canada.
Page 94 - The Indian Captive; or a Narrative of the CAPTIVITY AND SUFFERINGS OF ZADOCK STEELE. Related by himself.
Page 86 - A NARRATIVE OF THE LIFE OF MRS. MARY JEMISON, Who was taken by the Indians, in the year 1755, when only about twelve years of age, and has continued to reside amongst them to the present time. CONTAINING An Account of the Murder of her Father and his Family; her sufferings; her marriage to two Indians...

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