The French Convert, being a true relation of the happy conversion of a noble French lady, from the errors and superstitions of popery, to the reformed religion, by means of a Protestant gardener, her servant, wherein is shewn, her great and unparalelled sufferings, on the account of her said conversion: as also her wonderful deliverance from two assassins, hired by a popish priest to murder her: and of her miraculous preservation in a wood for two years ; and how she was at last providentially found by her husband; who, together with her parents, were brought over to the embracing of the true religion, as were divers others also. A. D'Auborn, John McGowan.
The French Convert, being a true relation of the happy conversion of a noble French lady, from the errors and superstitions of popery, to the reformed religion, by means of a Protestant gardener, her servant, wherein is shewn, her great and unparalelled sufferings, on the account of her said conversion: as also her wonderful deliverance from two assassins, hired by a popish priest to murder her: and of her miraculous preservation in a wood for two years ; and how she was at last providentially found by her husband; who, together with her parents, were brought over to the embracing of the true religion, as were divers others also
The French Convert, being a true relation of the happy conversion of a noble French lady, from the errors and superstitions of popery, to the reformed religion, by means of a Protestant gardener, her servant, wherein is shewn, her great and unparalelled sufferings, on the account of her said conversion: as also her wonderful deliverance from two assassins, hired by a popish priest to murder her: and of her miraculous preservation in a wood for two years ; and how she was at last providentially found by her husband; who, together with her parents, were brought over to the embracing of the true religion, as were divers others also
The French Convert, being a true relation of the happy conversion of a noble French lady, from the errors and superstitions of popery, to the reformed religion, by means of a Protestant gardener, her servant, wherein is shewn, her great and unparalelled sufferings, on the account of her said conversion: as also her wonderful deliverance from two assassins, hired by a popish priest to murder her: and of her miraculous preservation in a wood for two years ; and how she was at last providentially found by her husband; who, together with her parents, were brought over to the embracing of the true religion, as were divers others also
The French Convert, being a true relation of the happy conversion of a noble French lady, from the errors and superstitions of popery, to the reformed religion, by means of a Protestant gardener, her servant, wherein is shewn, her great and unparalelled sufferings, on the account of her said conversion: as also her wonderful deliverance from two assassins, hired by a popish priest to murder her: and of her miraculous preservation in a wood for two years ; and how she was at last providentially found by her husband; who, together with her parents, were brought over to the embracing of the true religion, as were divers others also

The French Convert, being a true relation of the happy conversion of a noble French lady, from the errors and superstitions of popery, to the reformed religion, by means of a Protestant gardener, her servant, wherein is shewn, her great and unparalelled sufferings, on the account of her said conversion: as also her wonderful deliverance from two assassins, hired by a popish priest to murder her: and of her miraculous preservation in a wood for two years ; and how she was at last providentially found by her husband; who, together with her parents, were brought over to the embracing of the true religion, as were divers others also

Catskill, NY: M. Croswell, (1798). Hardcover. Early Catskill imprint. 12mo (5.25 x 3.125 inches), leather backed paper covered boards, good copy with quite a bit of rubbing to binding, but still sturdily bound, contents good, tanned, foxed, occasional crease or small stain, inscription from Betsey Clark to Eliza Clark in 1810 on flyleaf, and Eliza Clark's signature on rear pastedown. "The copy of a letter sent from a French Protestant minister in France, to his friend in London, with the following relation."--Page [iii]-v, signed: A. D'Auborn./Attributed by Cushing to John McGowan./ Probably published in the summer of 1798. Listed among books offered for sale by Croswell in the Catskill packet during July and August, but not in an earlier list in the spring of 1798. See Cushing, "Anonyms, a Dictionary of Revealed Authorship" (1889). Originally published in 1696. Evans 48343. A novel of Anglican conversion. Good. Item #H16722

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