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Memoirs of an unfortunate young nobleman, &c
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10|a  Annesley, James, |d  1715-1760.
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10|a  Memoirs of an unfortunate young nobleman : |b  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.
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15|a  Memoirs of an unfortunate young nobleman, &c. |g  Half |x  Main |d  Letter-press
10|a  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. |g  Full |x  Main |d  Letter-press
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0_|a  London : |b  Printed for J. Freeman in Fleetstreet; and sold by the booksellers in town and country. |c  1743.
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__|a  3 v. ; |c  17 cm |x  Duodecimo
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__|a  This is Annesley's fictionalized account of his unsuccessful attempts to gain a title which he claimed his uncle Richard, the Earl of Anglesey, had usurped after selling him into American slavery.--Cf. Beasley, J.C., A check list of prose fiction published in England 1740-1749, p. 56.
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4_|a  ESTC (RLIN) |c  T81624
4_|a  Block, A. Engl. novel (1961 ed.), |c  p 9
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__|a  Imperfect: Library has v.1 only.
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__|a  This is the heir; come let us kill him, that the inheritance may be ours. |b  Luke xx. 14. |d  Title page
__|a  -Fould deeds will rife, -- Tho' all the earth o'erwhelm 'em, to mens eyes. -- Spoken by Hamlet of his uncle. |b  Hamlet |c  Shakespeare |d  Title page
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__|a  Epistolary |b  Third-person
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__|a  Ink |b  Words |x  Notes located on the half title and on a blank leaf at the front of the volume.
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10|a  Annesley, James, |d  1715-1760 |x  Fiction.
10|a  Anglesey, Richard Annesley, |c  Earl of, |d  1694-1761 |x  Fiction.
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_0|a  Indentured servants |z  United States |x  Fiction.
_4|a  CHR 1743
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__|a  Mixed genre |b  Back |c  Same publisher
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10|a  Shakespeare, William, |d  1564-1616 |4  Author (epigraph) |5  Authorized
10|a  Freeman, J. |4  Printed for |5  Authorized
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__|a  J. Freeman |4  Printed for |5  Authorized
2_|a  Early Novels |5  University of Pennsylvania
2_|a  Collection of British and American Fiction, 1660-1830 (University of Pennsylvania) |9  University of Pennsylvania
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__|l  RBC |c  1:v.1 |s  725211 |s  g. Singer |s  recl. fr. EC7/A100/743m2
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__|2  Memoir |3  unfortunate |3  young |2  nobleman |3  thirteen |2  year |2  slavery |4  America |4   |3  wicked |2  contrivance |3  cruel |2  uncle |2  story |2  truth |2  head |2  heart
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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