Captivity narratives -- Early works to 1800. : The fighting sailor turn'd peaceable Christian [electronic resource] : manifested in the convincement and conversion of Thomas Lurting : with a short relation of many great dangers, and wonderful deliverances he met withal : first written for private satisfaction, and now published for general service.
Captivity narratives -- England -- Early works to 1800. : Love in captivity; or, Future felicity anticipated. : In a series of eccentrical epistles between several celebrated heroes, and amorous British beauties, bound to Botany Bay. I. The Rev. Mr. M-n to Mr. Chancellor P-. II. Lady Ann F-y to the author of Thelyphthora. III. Lord George G-n to the Lord Ch-r. IV. Major semple to Miss Fanny D-s. V. Fanny's answer. VI. Major Semple to Mrs. E-n. VII. The metropolitan of Botany Bay to Mrs. -, lady of the L. Ch-r. VIII. His continuation of the naval trial. The miser, critical reviewer, L.G.G. the Northern Countess, &c. &c.
Captivity narratives -- Morocco. : A narrative of the shipwreck of the British brig, "Surprise", of Glasgow, John William Ross, master, on the coast of Barbary, on the 28th December, 1815 [electronic resource] : and subsequent captivity of the passengers and crew by the Arabs, until ransomed by the Worshipful Company of Ironmongers.
Captivity narratives -- United States. : Indian captivities : or, Life in the wigwam; being true narratives of captives who have been carried away by the Indians, from the frontier settlements of the United States, from the earliest period to the present time / By Samuel G. Drake ...
Fort Frontenac (Ont. : Fort) -- Capture, 1758. : On the landing of the troops in Boston, 1758, September 13th. [electronic resource] : Their march out Sept. 16th. And the reduction of Frontenac, August 28. To which is added, the Present state of Europe.
Fort Constitution (N.H.) -- Capture, 1774. : Province of New-Hampshire. A proclamation by the governor. [electronic resource] : Whereas several bodies of men did, in the day time of the 14th, and in the night of the 15th of this instant December, in the most daring and rebellious manner invest, attack, and forcibly enter into His Majesty's Castle William and Mary in this province ... Given at the Council-chamber in Portsmouth, the 26th day of December ... 1774.
Fort Chambly (Chambly, Québec) -- Capture, 1775. : Fresh advices from Canada, [electronic resource] : last Saturday evening an express from the Continental Army, in Canada, arrived in this city, with the following important intelligence. Albany, October 30, 1775.