New York : Printed for the author, 1852; 152 pages with full-text search [?]
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The prisoners' memoirs, or, Dartmoor prison : containing a complete and impartial history of The Entire Captivity of the Americans in England, from the commencement of the last war between United States and Great Britain, until all prisoners were released by the Treaty of Ghent : Also, a particular detail of all occurrences relative to the horrid massacre at Dartmoor, On the fatal evening of the 6th of April, 1815 / the whole carefully compiled by a prisoner in England, Who was a Captive during the whole War [Charles Andrews]
|Published||New York : Printed for the author, 1852|
Prisoners of war--Great Britain
Prisoners of war--United States
United States--History--War of 1812--Prisoners and prisons
Prisonniers de guerre--Grande-Bretagne
Prisonniers de guerre--États-Unis
États-Unis--Histoire--1812, Guerre de--Prisonniers et prisons
|Document source||Library and Archives Canada|
152 pages ; 19 cm
"Certificate", p , states Charles Andrews' authorship
"Quæque ipse miserrima vidi Vir I , ii , v 5 "
'"These sufferings I myself have seen "'