ID 6617
Name M. Brewster
Gender Unknown
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City Boston
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Publisher A Brief Reply to the late writings of Louisa Baker, (alias) Lucy Brewer, (late an inhabitant of West-Boston Hill--and who in disguise served Three Years on board the Frigate Constitution.) By Mrs. Rachel Sperry, (now an inhabitant of West-Boston Hill.) Sperry , Rachel (Author)
1816
Publisher A Narrative of the Shipwreck and Unparalleled Sufferings of Mrs. Sarah Allen, (late of Boston) on her Passage in May Last from New-York to New Orleans. Being the Substance of a Letter from the Unfortunate Mrs. Allen to her Sister in Boston. The Second Edition. Bowen , Abel (Engraver)
Allen , Sarah (Author)
1816
Publisher The surprising adventures of Almira Paul, a young woman, who, garbed as a male, has for three of the last preceeding years actually served as a common sailor, on board of English and American armed vessels without a discovery of her sex being made. : In 1818 (at 22 years of age) she shipped at Halifax, by the name of Jack Brown, as cook's mate, on board the revenue cutter--since which, she has been in active service on board a number of English privateers and ships of war, &c.--Once on board an Algerine corsair--and once on board the American ship Macedonian.--Has been in many engagements, and was once severely wounded. : The said Almira Paul is now in Boston--and in presenting the public with the particulars of her current adventure, they may rest assured that we present them with facts, confirmed by a number of respectable gentlemen now in this town Paul , Almira (Author)
1819

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