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An exact and authentic narrative, of the events which took place in Baltimore, on the 27th and 28th of July last. Carefully collected from some of the sufferers and eyewitnesses. To which is added a narrative of Mr. John Thomson, one of the unfortunate sufferers, ...

An exact and authentic narrative, of the events which took place in Baltimore, on the 27th and 28th of July last. Carefully collected from some of the sufferers and eyewitnesses. To which is added a narrative of Mr. John Thomson, one of the unfortunate sufferers, ...

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Following t.p. is a deposition sworn to by Peregrine Warfield, Alexander C. Hanson and others, survivors of the massacre, testifying to the accuracy of the narrative.
"Narrative of Mr. John Thomson, one of the persons intended to be massacred with General Lingan, in the gaol of Baltimore, on ... the 28th of July last": p. [37]-47.
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01/01/1812
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