Browsing by Author "Dow, Hendricus, 1761-1814."
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TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)A cure fof [sic] canting; an original Yankee poem. In two letters. : Argument. A candidate for the ministry of the Gospel is highly censured by a physician, for some little familiarities taken with a young maiden, whom he accidentally met with in his rambles into the field, in the season for strawberries--the reverend divine makes a spirited reply, and seems to justify himself.Date of publication:
1800Author(s):Description:"Letter I. C----h to D----w" ends: I beg your pardon, ask your favour, Your servant, sir, S----l C----h forever. "Letter II. D----w to C----h" ends: Too long delay'd, I scribble now, Your servant, sir, H----s D----w. Other ...This item contains 3 files (71.88 KB).Publicly Available