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The Journal of Samuel Curwen, Loyalist

Volumes 1 & 2

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$58.00 • £46.95 • €52.00

ISBN 9780674483804

Publication Date: 01/01/1972


1134 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

4 maps


  • Volume I
    • Introduction
      • Biographical Sketch
      • The Journal of Samuel Curwen according to George Atkinson Ward
      • The Journal and the Letter Books
      • Editorial Method
      • Acknowledgments
    • The Journal
      • From Salem, Mass., Curwen sails to Philadelphia and thence to London
      • London, Salisbury, Exeter, Sidmouth, Bristol, Birmingham, Bristol, Shepton Mallet, Sidmouth, Exeter
      • Exeter, Plymouth, Bristol, London, Ipswich, Cambridge, London, Oxford, Birmingham, Derby, Sheffield, Leeds, Halifax, Manchester, Bristol, Cardiff, Sidmouth, Exeter
      • Exeter, Sidmouth
  • Volume II
    • The Journal
      • Exeter, Exmouth, Bristol
      • Bristol, Worcester, Shrewsbury, Bath, London, Warrington, Liverpool, Derby, Bristol
      • London, Windsor
      • London
      • London
      • London; returns to Salem
      • Sails again for London
    • Appendix
      • To Judge Jonathan Sewall, 2 August 1785
      • To Richard Ward, 16 September 1785
      • To Judge Jonathan Sewall, 14 December 1785
    • Index

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