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Unknown, [Woman]. A Poem, Spoken Extempore, by a Young Lady, on hearing the Guns Firing and Bells chiming on account of the Great and Glorious Acquisition of their Excellencies General Washington, and the Count de Grasse, by the Surrender of York-Town, in Virginia, in which were Lord Cornwallis and Army, consisting of Nine Thousand Troops, a Forty Gun Ship, Frigate, an armed Vessel and One Hundred Sail of Transports.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 16178, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/16178. Accessed 2023-02-06.

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  author={Unknown,[Woman]},
  year={1781},
  title={A Poem, Spoken Extempore, by a Young Lady, on hearing the Guns Firing and Bells chiming on account of the Great and Glorious Acquisition of their Excellencies General Washington, and the Count de Grasse, by the Surrender of York-Town, in Virginia, in which were Lord Cornwallis and Army, consisting of Nine Thousand Troops, a Forty Gun Ship, Frigate, an armed Vessel and One Hundred Sail of Transports.},
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