Life and adventures of Robert Voorhis, the hermit of Massachusetts, who has lived 14 years in a cave, secluded from human society : comprising, an account of his birth, parentage, sufferings, and providential escape from unjust and cruel bondage in early life, and his reasons for becoming a recluse / taken from his own mouth, and published for his benefit.
|Related Names:||Trumbull, Henry 1781-1843., Voorhis, Robert 1769 or 1770-, Southworth, Sylvester S. 1798-1872.|
Providence : Printed for H. Trumbull, 1829.
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Generally ascribed to the publisher, to whom copyright is entered as proprietor; also to Sylvester S. Southworth. Cf. Sabin.
A revised impression of: Life and adventures of Robert, the hermit of Massachusetts.
In this impression, ℓ. 3 from bottom of p. 26 ends "my a", p. 30 ends "receurse to the", and the running titles on p. 34 and 36 have correct reading "LIFE".
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