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Evans, Katharine, Cheevers, Sarah. A brief history of the voyage of Katharine Evans and Sarah Cheevers, to the island of Malta, where the apostle Paul suffer'd shipwreck. And their cruel sufferings in the Inquisition there, for near four years; occasion'd by the malice of the monks and friers against them, and their several conferences with them: and how they came to be deliver'd from thence, and their safe return home to England. To which is added, a short relation from George Robinson, of the sufferings which befel him in his journey to Jerusalem; and how he was preserved from the hands of cruelty, when the sentence of death was passed against him.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 21989, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/21989. Accessed 2024-05-29.

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  author={Evans,Katharine and Cheevers,Sarah},
  year={1715},
  title={A brief history of the voyage of Katharine Evans and Sarah Cheevers, to the island of Malta, where the apostle Paul suffer'd shipwreck. And their cruel sufferings in the Inquisition there, for near four years; occasion'd by the malice of the monks and friers against them, and their several conferences with them: and how they came to be deliver'd from thence, and their safe return home to England. To which is added, a short relation from George Robinson, of the sufferings which befel him in his journey to Jerusalem; and how he was preserved from the hands of cruelty, when the sentence of death was passed against him.},
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