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Memoirs of an unfortunate young nobleman, &c
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Person:
Annesley, James, 1715-1760.
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 Author (epigraph)
Freeman, J. Printed for
Title:
Memoirs of an unfortunate young nobleman : return'd from a thirteen years slavery in America where he had been sent by the wicked contrivances of his cruel uncle : a story founded on truth and address'd equally to the head and heart.
Title page extent:
Half
Full
Title page priority:
Main
Main
Title page print type:
Letter-press
Letter-press
Publication information:
London : Printed for J. Freeman in Fleetstreet; and sold by the booksellers in town and country. 1743.
Extent:
3 v. ; 17 cm Duodecimo
Citation / Reference Note:
ESTC (RLIN) T81624
Block, A. Engl. novel (1961 ed.), p 9
Transcription of epigraph:
This is the heir; come let us kill him, that the inheritance may be ours.
-Fould deeds will rife, -- Tho' all the earth o'erwhelm 'em, to mens eyes. -- Spoken by Hamlet of his uncle.
Epigraph source:
Luke xx. 14.
Hamlet
Epigraph author:
Shakespeare
Epigraph location:
Title page
Title page
Dominant narrative form:
Epistolary
Narrative form contains:
Third-person
Marginalia medium:
Ink
Marginalia content:
Words
Marginalia notes:
Notes located on the half title and on a blank leaf at the front of the volume.
Subject Headings:
Indentured servants United States Fiction.
CHR 1743
Advertisement Genre:
Mixed genre
Advertisement location:
Back
Advertisement relation to work:
Same publisher
Corporate / Collection Name:
J. Freeman Printed for
Early Novels
Collection of British and American Fiction, 1660-1830 (University of Pennsylvania) University of Pennsylvania

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Repository: University Of Pennsylvania
Noun: Contrivance
Noun: Head
Noun: Heart
Noun: Memoir
Noun: Nobleman
Noun: Slavery
Noun: Story
Adjective: Cruel
Adjective: Thirteen
Adjective: Unfortunate
Adjective: Wicked
Adjective: Young
Place:
Place: America
Place of publication: London
Publisher: Printed for J. Freeman in Fleetstreet; and sold by the booksellers in town and country
Date of publication: 1743
Number of volumes: 3 v.
Index: no
Narrative form: Epistolary
Decade: 1740s
Year: 1743