An account of the capture and burning of the British schooner "Gaspee."

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Caption title.
Place of publication and name of printer from colophon below second column.
Dated and signed at foot of second column: twenty-ninth day of August, eighteen hundred and thirty-nine.--1839. Ephraim Bowen.
Printed in double columns.
The Gaspee was a British armed schooner sent to the colony of Rhode Island in March of 1772 to enforce shipping laws; she was attacked and burned in June 1772 by a contingent of townspeople and merchants in the harbor of what is now Warwick.

Citation

"An account of the capture and burning of the British schooner 'Gaspee.'" (1839). John Carter Brown Library. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library. https://repository.library.brown.edu/studio/item/bdr:579803/

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