Life and Remarkable Adventures of Israel R. Potter (A Native of Cranston, Rhode-Island) who was a Soldier in the American Revolution.
Providence , RI: Printed by J. Howard for I.R. Potter, 1824. First edition 16mo. 108 pp. Corners and foot of spine bumped and rubbed, head of spine chipped, marking on back cover, top front corner, light foxing to pages, light wear to hinges, pencil erased from fpd. Howes T371. "..And took a distinguished part in the Battle of Bunker Hill (in which he recieved three wounds,) after which he was taken Prisoner by the British, conveyed to England, where for 30 years he obtained a livelyhood for himself and family, by crying "old Chairs to Mend," through the Streets of London.." Very Good 1/4 Leather (Item ID: 51797)