|Statement||with introduction and notes by E.B. O"Callaghan.|
|Series||New York colonial tracts -- no. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (39 fr.).|
|Number of Pages||39|
Full text of "Journal of the voyage of the Sloop Mary, from Quebeck: together with an account of her wreck off Montauk Point, L.I., anno " See other formats OAR Fl22 N56 V.I 'Darlington Memorial Library (EUB0. Snnk New York Colonial TraBs. Number I. ITogage of tije Sloop J^flarg. Get this from a library! Journal of the voyage of the Sloop Mary, from Quebeck: together with an account of her wreck off Montauk Point, L.I., anno [John Maher; E B O'Callaghan;]. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag Journal of the voyage of the sloop Mary from Quebeck [sic]: together with an account of her wreck off Montauk Point, L.I., anno Saved in. Excerpt from Journal of the Voyage of the Sloop Mary From Quebeck: Together With an Account of Her Wreck Off Montauk Point, L. I., Anno ; With Introduction and Notes HE Journal and accompa nying Papers now publifhed e been copied from a few mouldering Leaves lying among the Records in the Office of the Secretary of State, Albany.
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