The Surprising Adventures of Almira Paul,: A Young Woman, Who, Garbed as a Male, Has for Three of the Last Preceding Years Actually Served as a Common Sailor, on Board of English and American Armed Vessels, Without a Discovery of Her Sex Being Made. : In 1812 (at 22 Years of Age) She Shipped at Halifax, by the Name of Jack Brown, as Cook's Mate, on Board the Revenue Cutter--since Which, She Has Been in Active Service on Board a Number of English Privateers and Ships of War &c.--once on Board an Algerine Corsair--and Once on Board the American Ship Macedonian.--Has Been in Many Engagements, and was Once Severely Wounded. : The Said Almira Paul is Now in Boston--and in Presenting the Public with the Particulars of Her Curious Adventures, They May Rest Assured that We Present Them with Facts, Confirmed by a Number of Respectable Gentlemen, Now in this Town

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N. Coverly, Jr., 1816 - Male impersonators - 24 pages

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A titillating tale of the young Almira Paul and her wonderful yet very surprising adventures!

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