|Title:||Thirty years from home; or A voice from the main deck being the experience of Samuel Leech, who was for six years in the British and American navies; was captured in the British frigate Macedonian; afterwards entered the American navy, and was taken in the United States brig Syren, by the British ship Medway.|
|Author:||Leech, Samuel, 1798-1848|
|Note:||Boston, Tappan & Dennet, 1843|
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|Subject:||Leech, Samuel, 1798-1848|
|Subject:||Adventure and adventurers|
|Subject:||United States -- History -- War of 1812 -- Personal narratives|
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