Título: Manuscript of Forms of Prayer written by an ...
Editorial: Longuy Fortress c.-1810
Año de publicación: 1807
8vo., 47 pages (approx 12,000 words), written throughout in a neat hand, preserved in an older reused vellum binding, some wear. Captain John Fryer (uncle to George Healey of Wakefield) was Captain and part owner of a Brig which was captured by a French Privateer. Hew was imprisoned at Longuy Fortress where he wrote these prayers which were copied from a printed copy of Lewis Bayly's "Practice of Piety" 1714. This is an interesting example of the occupation of time of a Prisoner of War. N° de ref. de la librería 16211
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