Narrative of Thomas Lurting,
formerly a seaman under Admiral Blake. Giving an account of his deliverances from danger, his convincement of the principles of the people called Quakers, his sufferings on that account, and the manner in which he retook a vessel from the Algerines without bloodshed.
|Main Creator:||Lurting, Thomas, 1632-1713.|
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Dublin, pr. by Christopher Bentham, 1821.
Physical description: 34 p. 18 cm.
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|AA20250||Main Reading Room||Irish|