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TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)The trial of Richard Parker, complete; president of the delegates, for mutiny, &c. on board the Sandwich, and others of His Majesty's ships, at the Nore, in May, 1797. Before a court martial, held on board the Neptune, of 98 guns, laying off Greenhithe, near Gravesend, on Thursday, June 22, 1797, and following days. / Taken in short hand, on board the Neptune, by Job Sibly.Date of publication:
1797Author(s):Description:With an account of Parker's execution, p. -60.This item contains 3 files (370.88 KB).Publicly Available
TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)Three sermons preached at the meeting-house of the people commonly called Quakers, in Hounsditch, on Tuesday evening, July 19, 1796. / The two first by William Savery, and the last by George Dillwyn, of North-America. ; Taken in short-hand by Job Sibly.Date of publication:
1797Description:"A sermon preached at the meeting-house of the people called Quakers, Peter's-Court, St. Martin's-Lane, on the Lord's-Day-Evening, July 25th, 1796. By William Savery ..."--p. -36, with separate title page. "A sermon, ...This item contains 3 files (276.12 KB).Publicly Available