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The Pennsylvania hermit
Saint John, N.B. : Printed for, and sold by E.W. Mitchell, 1840.; 29 images, 28 with full-text search
- Wilson, Amos, b. 1774.
CIHM/ICMH microfiche series ; no. 93313
The Pennsylvania hermit : a narrative of the most extraordinary life of Amos Wilson, who expired in a cave in the neighbourhood of Harrisburgh, (Penn.) after having therein lived in solitary retirement for the space of nineteen years, in consequence of the ignominious death of his sister : annexed is the writings of Wilson, while a recluse, and his reasons for preferring a state of solitude to that of the society of his fellow-beings.
- Saint John, N.B. : Printed for, and sold by E.W. Mitchell, 1840.
FC 02 0203 no. 93313
Wilson, Amos,b. 1774.
Wilson, Harriot,b. 1776.
Wilson, Amos,né 1774.
Wilson, Harriot,née 1776.
- Document source
- Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the National Library of Canada.
Wilson's work is entitled: The sweets of solitude, or, Instructions to mankind, how they may be happy in a miserable world.
"Re-printed from the Philadelphia edition."
1 microfiche (16 fr.)
23 p. ; 22 cm.