by London, printed 1756. Boston: reprinted and sold [by Thomas Fleet] at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill in [Boston] .
Written in English
|Statement||By Israel ben Ader, of the tribe of Levi. ; [One line of quotation] ; Written in the eastern style|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 7927|
|The Physical Object|
The chronicle of Bg: the son of the great Bg, that lived in the reign of Queen Felicia. Containing an account of his mighty transactions against Gallisoniere. (21) See, for example, "Israel Ben Ader (of the Tribe of Levi)," The Chronicle of B--g, the Son of the Great B--g, that lived in the Reign of Queen Felicia; Containing an account of his might transactions against Gallisoniere. The Chronicle of Bg [i.e. Hon. J. Byng], the son of the great Bg [Byng] that lived in the reign of Queen Felicia [i.e. Queen Anne]. Containing an account of his mighty transactions against Gallisoniere, his flight and happy arrival at G-r, [Gibraltar] and from thence to Sp-th-d. [Spithead]. By Israel Ben Ader of the tribe of Levi. Full text of "Chronicles of the Picts, chronicles of the Scots, and other early memorials of Scottish history, ed. by W.F. Skene.H.M. gen. reg. house, Edinburgh. Ser.
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