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A Narration of the captivity of John Fillmore, and his escape from the pirates

A Narration of the captivity of John Fillmore, and his escape from the pirates

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Published by Printed and sold by Abraham Taylor in Johnstown [N.Y.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fillmore, John, -- 1702-1777

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 18163
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination19 p
    Number of Pages19
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15074528M

    The NOOK Book (eBook) of the The Atrocities of the Pirates: A Faithful Narrative of the Unparalleled Suffering of the Author During His Captivity Among the Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. Title page of narration of the Captivity of John fillmore, and His escape from the pirates, by increase Moseley, printed in portland by benjamin Titcomb, part of the e. Christopher livesay Maine imprint library at MHs. Eleanor G. Ames Richard E. Barnes Robert P. BaRoss Eric Baxter Carl L. Chatto Joseph E. Gray Bob Greene Jean Gulliver.

    Actor John Rhys-Davies makes his return to faith-based entertainment as the lead in an upcoming movie about the life of Ireland’s patron saint, Patrick. Search Saint Patrick film based on life of Irish missionary starring John Rhys-Davies hits theaters in A narrative of the singular sufferings of John Fillmore and others, on board the noted pirate vessel commanded by Captain Phillips: with an account of their daring enterprise, and happy escape [from the] tyranny of that desparate crew, by capturing their vessel.

      This is a rare reprint of a rarer narrative (first published in ) by John Fillmore, Millard Fillmore’s great grandfather. Fillmore and two other captives, one of whom is called “Andrew Harridon” by Fillmore, overcame the pirates and lopped off the pirate captain’s head. “Harridon” is in fact Gloucester’s own Andrew Harraden.   Mary Campbell's local popularity has led to a number of books, including Song of Courage, Song of Freedom: The Story of the Child, Mary Campbell, Held Captive in Ohio by the Delaware Indians from by Marilyn Seguin, and The Beaded Moccasins: The Story of Mary Campbell by Lynda Durrant.


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In fact, President Fillmore was said to be familiar with his great-grandfather’s experiences as a pirate captive and may have owned the sword that once belonged to the pirate captain John Phillips — a sword John Fillmore was given for his role in one of the most dramatic uprisings against a pirate crew in the history of the Atlantic.

Escape from the shadows; Robin Maugham, his autobiography; A narration of the captivity of John Fillmore and his escape from the pirates [electronic resource] A narration of the captivity of John Fillmore and his escape from the pirates [electronic resource]. O ne afternoon two years into my captivity, in a dirty villa, I sat up on the mattress and noticed that my guard had left the room.

His rifle lay on a mat. I considered grabbing it. The pirates. A narration of the captivity of John Fillmore and his escape from the pirates. Moseley, Increase, Printed at Bennington, state of Vermont: by.

A narration of the captivity of John Fillmore, and his escape from the pirates by: Moseley, Increase, Published: () A pastoral letter to the English captives, in Africa from New-England. by: Mather, Cotton, These narratives recount the harrowing experiences of Englishmen abducted by the Barbary pirates of North Africa.

After being sold into slavery, the narrators succeeded in returning to their homeland where their stories were printed. Never before available in a modern, annotated edition, these tales describe combat at sea, extraordinary escapes, and religious conversion, but they also.

The fifth captivity narrative, by John Payzant, recounts his being taken prisoner with his mother and sister in the Maliseet and Mi`kmaq Raid on Lunenburg () during the French and Indian War.

After four years of captivity, his sister decided to remain with the natives. In a prisoner exchange, Payzant and his mother returned to Nova Scotia. Thomas Pellow ( – 45), son of Thomas Pellow of Penryn and his wife Elizabeth (née Lyttleton), was a Cornish author best known for the extensive captivity narrative entitled The History of the Long Captivity and Adventures of Thomas Pellow in South-Barbary.

Pellow's chronicles his many adventures spent during his year-long captivity (summer – July ) giving a detailed. Returning to Spain after fighting in the Battle of Lepanto and other Mediterranean campaigns against the Turks, the soldier Miguel de Cervantes was captured by Barbary pirates and taken captive to Algiers.

The five years he spent in the Algerian bagnios or prison-houses () made an indelible impression on his works. From the first plays and narratives written after his release to his. Michael Scott Moore, a journalist and the author of Sweetness and Blood, incorporates personal narrative and rigorous investigative journalism in this profound and revelatory memoir of his three-year captivity by Somali pirates—a riveting,thoughtful, and emotionally resonant exploration of foreign policy, religious extremism, and the costs of s:   The fifth captivity narrative, by John Payzant, recounts his being taken prisoner with his mother and sister in the Maliseet and Mi`kmaq Raid on Lunenburg () during the French and Indian War.

After four years of captivity, his sister decided to remain with the natives, while he and his mother returned to Nova Scotia.