|Editor||Chamberlain, John Curtis|
|Title||The Captive American; or a Narrative of the Sufferings of Mrs. Johnson, during Four Years Captivity, with the Indians and French. Written by Herself.|
|Publisher’s imprint||Carlisle[:] Printed and Sold by J. Mitchell: Sold also by T. N. Longman, Paternoster-Row, Vernor and Hood, Birchin-Lane, and W. Lane, Leadenhall-Street, London; Cameron and Murdoch, Trongate, Glasgow; Morison and Son, Perth; A. Guthrie, Edinburgh; and W. Chalmers, Dumfries. .|
|Format||8o; 1 vol.: pp. 77|
|Copy inspected||ECCO BL|
1) T.p. epigraph: [“How many bleed / By shameful variance betwixt man and man! / How many pine in want and dungeon glooms, / Shut from the common air and common use / Of their own limbs! How many drink the cup / Of misery!” Thomson.]; adapted from James Thomson, The Seasons (1746), 'Winter', ll. 330-35.
2) Editions: Walpole, NH 1796(1st Amer. edn), Carlisle 1797, Ayr 1802, Ayr 1803, Windsor, VT 1807(2nd), Lowell [USA] 1834(4th).
|BTW record no.||BTW1095|
|Regions||Canada; United States|