The Resource A narrative of the sufferings and escape of Charles Jackson, late resident at Wexford in Ireland : including an account, by way of journal, of several barbarous atrocities, committed in June, 1798, by the Irish rebels in that town while it was in their possession, to the greater part of which he was an eye-witness

A narrative of the sufferings and escape of Charles Jackson, late resident at Wexford in Ireland : including an account, by way of journal, of several barbarous atrocities, committed in June, 1798, by the Irish rebels in that town while it was in their possession, to the greater part of which he was an eye-witness

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A narrative of the sufferings and escape of Charles Jackson, late resident at Wexford in Ireland : including an account, by way of journal, of several barbarous atrocities, committed in June, 1798, by the Irish rebels in that town while it was in their possession, to the greater part of which he was an eye-witness
Title
A narrative of the sufferings and escape of Charles Jackson, late resident at Wexford in Ireland
Title remainder
including an account, by way of journal, of several barbarous atrocities, committed in June, 1798, by the Irish rebels in that town while it was in their possession, to the greater part of which he was an eye-witness
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  • eng
  • eng
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  • 1798 Irish Rebellion Collection (Boston Public Library)
  • Irish History and Culture Collection (Boston Public Library)
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Jackson, Charles
Index
no index present
Language note
Text in English
LC call number
DA949
LC item number
.J3 1803
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • -1812
  • active 1786-1812
  • active 1783-1816
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  • Hodson, Francis
  • Deighton, J.
  • Nicholson, John
  • F. and C. Rivington (Firm)
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  • Ireland
  • Wexford (Ireland)
  • Ireland
  • Great Britain
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A narrative of the sufferings and escape of Charles Jackson, late resident at Wexford in Ireland : including an account, by way of journal, of several barbarous atrocities, committed in June, 1798, by the Irish rebels in that town while it was in their possession, to the greater part of which he was an eye-witness
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  • "Entered at Stationers' Hall"--title page
  • Includes "List of subscribers" (pages [iii]-xii)
  • Signatures: áþ b℗ø B-F́ı G℗ø
Edition
Fifth edition
Extent
1 online resource (82 pages)
Form of item
online
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Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy bound in brown leather over boards. Spine includes spine title, decorative devices, and parallel bars in gilt. Front pastedown includes markings in pencil at head. Free front pastedown includes annotations and markings in in pencil at head, and faint remains of a former owner's autograph in ink script. Printed on wove papers. Housed in protective archival envelope. Front cover detached from binding.
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A narrative of the sufferings and escape of Charles Jackson, late resident at Wexford in Ireland : including an account, by way of journal, of several barbarous atrocities, committed in June, 1798, by the Irish rebels in that town while it was in their possession, to the greater part of which he was an eye-witness
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Publication
Note
  • "Entered at Stationers' Hall"--title page
  • Includes "List of subscribers" (pages [iii]-xii)
  • Signatures: áþ b℗ø B-F́ı G℗ø
Edition
Fifth edition
Extent
1 online resource (82 pages)
Form of item
online
Note
Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy bound in brown leather over boards. Spine includes spine title, decorative devices, and parallel bars in gilt. Front pastedown includes markings in pencil at head. Free front pastedown includes annotations and markings in in pencil at head, and faint remains of a former owner's autograph in ink script. Printed on wove papers. Housed in protective archival envelope. Front cover detached from binding.
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remote

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