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The doom of the incorrigible sinner : selected in part from a sermon of the late Reverend Samuel Davies, now illustrated in the death of Joseph Thompson Hare, one of the mail robbers, who was executed, together with John Alexander, of Baltimore, on the tenth of September, 1818, for the robbery of the United States' mail, near Havre-de-Grace, on the night of the eleventh of March, last : detailing a series of robberies in the different states of the Union, and in the British and Spanish provinces, to the amount of nearly one hundred thousand dollars.

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The doom of the incorrigible sinner : selected in part from a sermon of the late Reverend Samuel Davies, now illustrated in the death of Joseph Thompson Hare, one of the mail robbers, who was executed, together with John Alexander, of Baltimore, on the tenth of September, 1818, for the robbery of the United States' mail, near Havre-de-Grace, on the night of the eleventh of March, last : detailing a series of robberies in the different states of the Union, and in the British and Spanish provinces, to the amount of nearly one hundred thousand dollars.
Publication
Chambersburg [Pa.] : Printed for the publisher, by John Sloan, 1818.

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24 pages; 22 cm
Alternative Title
Joseph Thompson Hare, 1818
Subjects
Note
  • Based in part on: The dying confession of Joseph Hare, alias Joseph Thompson Hare, 1818, published also under title Confession of one of the mail robbers, Joseph Hare, alias Joseph Thompson Hare, and other titles; here paraphrased in the third person. See Shaw, R.R. American bibliography, 44260, 44261, 44262, 44264.
  • Includes selections from the sermon "The doom of the incorrigible sinner," by Samuel Davies.
  • Signatures: A-B⁶.
Binding (note)
  • Stitched in 2 gatherings, without wrappers.
  • Housed in a modern dark blue morocco and cloth covered clamshell box. Title on front cover label and spine: Joseph Thompson Hare, 1818.
Call Number
*KF 1818 17-42
OCLC
980363232
Title
The doom of the incorrigible sinner : selected in part from a sermon of the late Reverend Samuel Davies, now illustrated in the death of Joseph Thompson Hare, one of the mail robbers, who was executed, together with John Alexander, of Baltimore, on the tenth of September, 1818, for the robbery of the United States' mail, near Havre-de-Grace, on the night of the eleventh of March, last : detailing a series of robberies in the different states of the Union, and in the British and Spanish provinces, to the amount of nearly one hundred thousand dollars.
Publisher
Chambersburg [Pa.] : Printed for the publisher, by John Sloan, 1818.
Type of Content
text
Type of Medium
unmediated
Type of Carrier
volume
Binding
Stitched in 2 gatherings, without wrappers.
Housed in a modern dark blue morocco and cloth covered clamshell box. Title on front cover label and spine: Joseph Thompson Hare, 1818. NN
Local Note
Library copy chipped, with paper loss in lower left corner of all leaves; text is not affected.
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Place of Publication
United States Pennsylvania Chambersburg.
Added Author
Based in part on (work): Hare, Joseph Thompson, 1780-1818. Dying confession of Joseph Hare, alias Joseph Thompson Hare.
Davies, Samuel, 1723-1761. Doom of the incorrigible sinner. Selections.
Sloan, John (Printer), printer.
Added Title
Joseph Thompson Hare, 1818
Research Call Number
*KF 1818 17-42
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