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A brief narration of the sufferings of the people called Quakers; who were put to death at Boston in New-England. [microform] : Also an account from their own hands, of their coming to Boston, and of their staying in their jurisdiction after banishment. : With a precious epistle of William Robinson, to us his fellow prisoners, and other epistles hereunto annexed.

Author/Creator:
Gould, Daniel, ca. 1625-1716.
Publication:
[New York : Printed by William Bradford, 1700]
Format/Description:
Microformat
38 p.
Series:
Early American imprints. First series ; no. 911.
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Subjects:
Society of Friends -- New England.
Place of Publication:
United States New York New York.
Notes:
Caption title.
In the copy held by the Massachusetts Historical Society, printed slips have been mounted at foot of p. 15 and 38, reading: Road Island 1700. Daniel Gould. Below the slip on p. 15 is the ms. notation: By Daniel Gould, Rhode Island 1700; below that on p. 38: Rhode Island 1700 Daniel Gould.
Imprint supplied by Evans. Shipton & Mooney suggest Philadelphia as place of publication, based on an article in the Boston transcript, Sept. 2, 1909, concerning the "Quaker tract of exceeding rarity, known as Daniel Gould's Brief narration." The article cites marginal notes in George Bishop's New England judged (London, 1703) stating that the work was "Printed in Pensilvania." The author of the Transcript article ascribes the work to the press of William Bradford, evidently unaware that Bradford had removed to New York by this time.
Microfiche. [New York : Readex Microprint, 1985] 11 x 15 cm. (Early American imprints. First series ; no. 911).
Cited in:
Evans 911
Wing (2nd ed.) G1415
Contributor:
Robinson, William, d. 1659.
OCLC:
55841062