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Memoirs of Mrs. Elizabeth Fisher, of the city of New-York, [electronic resource] : daughter of the Rev. Harry Munro, who was a chaplain in the British Army, during the American Revolution.--Giving a particular account of a variety of domestic misfortunes, and also of her trial, and cruel condemnation to the state's prison for six years, at the instance of her brother, Peter Jay Munro. /

Written by herself. ; Neither the perfidy of private friendship, nor the persecution of relatives, nor the frowns of the world, nor domestic calamity, nor time, nor circumstance, can shake the mind that is armed with conscious virtue.

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Main Author: Fisher, Elizabeth Munro
Published: New York: : Printed for the author., [1810?]
Series: Early American imprints. Second series ; no. 20117.
Topics: Fisher, Elizabeth Munro, b. 1759. | Munro, Peter Jay, 1767-1833.
Genres: Memoirs.
Online Access: Early American Imprints - Full text online
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