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Narrative of Dimmock Charlton, a British Subject,
Taken from the Brig "Peacock" by the U.S. Sloop "Hornet,"
Enslaved while a Prisoner of War, and Retained Forty-Five Years in Bondage:

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Cox, Mary L. and Susan H. Cox, ed. by


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First edition, 2000
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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,
2000.

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(title page) Narrative of Dimmock Charlton, A British Subject, Taken from the Brig "Peacock" by the U. S. Sloop "Hornet," Enslaved while a Prisoner of War, and Retained Forty-Five Years in Bondage.
Mary L. and Susan H. Cox, ed. by 15 p.
Philadelphia
1859

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