The Female Marine, Or Adventures of Miss Lucy Brewer, a Native of Plymouth County, Mass: Who, After Being Disappointed in Love, was Induced to Wander from Her Native Home; And, Either by Accident Or Design, Took Up Her Abode, for Three Years, at an Infamous House in West Boston; at Length Being Disgusted with Her Manner of Life, She, in the Habit of a Male, Entered as a Marine on Board of the United States' Frigate Constitution; was in the Battles with the Guerriere, Java, Cyane and Levant; and After Three Years Faithful Service in Her Country's Cause, was Honourably Discharged Without a Discovery of Her Sex Being Made. : Also, a Continuation of Miss Brewer's Adventures from the Time of Her Discharge to the Present Day; Comprising a Journal of a Tour to New-York, and a Recent Visit to Boston, Clad in Her Male Habiliments. : To which is Added, Her Serious Address to the Youths of Boston, and Such as are in the Habit of Visiting the Town from the Country
Printed [by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr.], 1816 - Conduct of life - 65 pages
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