Caraboo. A narrative of a singular imposition, practised upon the benevolence of a lady residing in the vicinity of the city of Bristol. : By a young woman of the name of Mary Willcocks, alias Baker, alias Bakerstendit, alias Caraboo, Princess of Javasu. ...
- Bristol: Printed by J. M. Gutch; and published by Baldwin, Cradock and Joy, London, 1817.
- Physical Description:
- , 67,  p.,  leaves of plates (some folded) : ill., facsimiles, portraits ; 24 cm.
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- Editorial note signed: J. M. G.
Plates by Branwhite and Meyer; after Branwhite and Bird.
- Subject Terms:
- Baker, Mary, 1791-1864.Baldwin, Cradock and Joy -- Publisher.Gutch, J. M. -- Printer.Impostors and imposture.
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Gutch, John Mathew, 1776-1861, Caraboo. A narrative of a singular imposition, practised upon the benevolence of a lady residing in the vicinity of the city of Bristol. , 1817
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