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Murder: death of Miss Mack Coy [i.e., McCoy], and the Young Teazer. On the death of Miss Elizabeth Mack Coy, of Lee, (N.H.) who was cruelly, murdered it is expected, towards the end of August, 1813: and on the deaths of Capt. Dobson, Lieut. Johnson, sailing master Merril, prize master Allen, and twenty five others, killed by a dreadful explosion on board a privateer called the Young Teazer: fire having been conveyed to the magazine it is expected, by this Johnson, who it is likely would have been hanged, had he not killed himself. Written by J. Plummer, travelling preacher

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Date

1813?

Place of Publication

Boston.

Publisher

Coverly, Nathaniel, 1775?-1824, bookseller.

Subjects

Murder
New Hampshire
Nova Scotia
Sin
Young Teazer (Privateer)
Death
African Americans

Identifiers

BIB ID: 305038
OCLC Control No.: (OCoLC)ocm79053667
OCLC Control No.: (OCoLC)ocn191496495
Shaw, R.R. American Bibliography, 29532
AAS General Catalog URL: http://catalog.mwa.org/vwebv/holdingsInfo?bibId=305038
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Physical Dimensions

47 x 30 cm.

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Citation

“Murder: death of Miss Mack Coy [i.e., McCoy], and the Young Teazer. On the death of Miss Elizabeth Mack Coy, of Lee, (N.H.) who was cruelly, murdered it is expected, towards the end of August, 1813: and on the deaths of Capt. Dobson, Lieut. Johnson, sailing master Merril, prize master Allen, and twenty five others, killed by a dreadful explosion on board a privateer called the Young Teazer: fire having been conveyed to the magazine it is expected, by this Johnson, who it is likely would have been hanged, had he not killed himself. Written by J. Plummer, travelling preacher,” Isaiah Thomas Broadside Ballads Project, accessed February 21, 2024, https://www.americanantiquarian.org/thomasballads/items/show/314.