A facsimile of the 1691 ed. : An account of the late action of the New-Englanders, under the command of Sir William Phips, against the French at Canada. London : T. Jones, 1691
|Other titles||New Englanders against Canada, 1691, Account of the late action of the New Englanders under the command of Sir William Phips, against the French at Canada|
|Series||Hyatt"s photographic reprints|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||12 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||12|
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