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Author: Barnard, John, 1681-1770.
Title: Ashton's memorial. An history of the strange adventures, and signal deliverances, of Mr. Philip Ashton, who, after he had made his escape from the pirates, liv'd alone on a desolate island for about sixteen months, &c. : With a short account of Mr. Nicholas Merritt, who was taken at the same time. : To which is added a sermon on Dan. 3. 17. / By John Barnard, V.D.M. [Four lines from II Corinthians]
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2004-08.
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Print source: Ashton's memorial. An history of the strange adventures, and signal deliverances, of Mr. Philip Ashton, who, after he had made his escape from the pirates, liv'd alone on a desolate island for about sixteen months, &c. : With a short account of Mr. Nicholas Merritt, who was taken at the same time. : To which is added a sermon on Dan. 3. 17. / By John Barnard, V.D.M. [Four lines from II Corinthians]
Barnard, John, 1681-1770.

Boston, N.E.: Printed for Samuel Gerrish, at his shop in Corn-Hill,, 1725.
Subject terms:
Ashton, Philip, b. 1702.
Merritt, Nicholas.
Pirates.
Buccaneers.
Ruatán Island (Honduras).
Sermons -- 1725.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/N02186.0001.001

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