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Hanson, Elizabeth, Hale, Matthew. An account of the captivity of Elizabeth Hanson, late of Kacheky in New-England, Who, with four of her children and servant maid, was taken captive by the Indians, and carried into Canada. setting forth the various remarkable occurrences,-sore trials, and wonderful deliverances, which befel them after their departure to the time of their redemption. A new edition. Taken in substance from her own month. By Samuel Bownas. To which is added, the great audit; or, Good Steward. Being some necessary and important considerations, to be considered or by all sorts of people. Taken out of the writings of the late worthy and renowned Sir Matthew Hale. And therein his own experience of the inward and invisible guidance of the spirit of God.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 3265, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/3265. Accessed 2024-02-25.

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  title={An account of the captivity of Elizabeth Hanson, late of Kacheky in New-England, Who, with four of her children and servant maid, was taken captive by the Indians, and carried into Canada. setting forth the various remarkable occurrences,-sore trials, and wonderful deliverances, which befel them after their departure to the time of their redemption. A new edition. Taken in substance from her own month. By Samuel Bownas. To which is added, the great audit; or, Good Steward. Being some necessary and important considerations, to be considered or by all sorts of people. Taken out of the writings of the late worthy and renowned Sir Matthew Hale. And therein his own experience of the inward and invisible guidance of the spirit of God.},
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