Memoirs and Writings of Miss Fanny Woodbury: Who Died at Beverly, North America, 15th Nov. 1814, Aged 23 Years : Including Some Interesting Correspondence Between Her and the Late Mrs. Atwood, Afterwards Mrs. Dewell

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James Taylor Smith, 1816 - 288 pages

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