Journal of the Lady Pamela Foxe: being her account of her adventures, in England, in the colony of Massachusetts and at sea, together with the story of her one true love and her reflections upon the vicissitudes of fortune, all the events narrated having occurred in the year of Our Lord 17 ...
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