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History of the captivity and sufferings of Mrs. Maria Martin [microform] : who was six years a slave in Algiers, two of which she was confined in a dark and dismal dungeon, loaded with irons for refusing to comply with the brutal request of a Turkish officer / Written by herself ; to which is annexed, a history of Algiers
Bib ID 2755529
Format MicroformMicroform, BookBook
Author
Martin, Maria, 1779-
 
Description Boston : Printed for W. Crary, 1807 
70 p. 
Cited In

Shaw & Shoemaker, 12993.

Reproduction Microopaque. Worcester, Mass. : American Antiquarian Society, 1968. 2 microopaques ; 23 x 15 cm. (Early American imprints. Second series ;no. 12993). 
Subjects Martin, Maria, - 1779-  |  Algeria - History - 1516-1830.
Place United States Massachusetts Boston.

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