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Woodcut for 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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“Woodcut for 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 22, 2024, https://www.americanantiquarian.org/thomasballads/items/show/519.