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100 1  Andrews, Simeon 
245 13 An elegy, composed on the death of Vincent Adams and 
       Lucinda Adams:|h[electronic resource] :|bwho were drowned 
       in the river St. Francis, (L.C.) October 22, A.D. 1806, 
       the former in the 22d, the latter in the 19th year of 
       their age. /|cBy Simeon Andrews 
260    [United States? :|bs.n.,|c1806] 
300    1 sheet ([1] p.) 
500    Verse in eighteen stanzas; first line: Awake, awake my 
       pensive soul 
500    Place of publication unknown. Vincent and Lucinda Adams, 
       children of Eliphalet Adams, of Connecticut, were both 
       born in Cambridge, N.Y., but had moved with their family 
       to the province of Quebec before 1806 
510 4  Shaw & Shoemaker|c9847 
530    Microform version available in the Readex Early American 
       Imprints series 
533    Electronic text and image data.|b[Chester, Vt. :|cReadex, 
       a division of Newsbank, Inc.,|d2004-2007]|eIncludes files 
       in TIFF, GIF and PDF formats with inclusion of keyword 
       searchable text.|f(Early American imprints. Second series 
       ; no. 9847) 
600 10 Adams, Vincent,|d1785-1806 
600 10 Adams, Lucinda,|d1787-1806 
650  0 Death|vPoetry 
650  0 Drowning victims|vPoetry 
655  7 Broadsides.|2rbgenr 
655  7 Elegies.|2rbgenr 
752    United States 
752    Canada|bQuébec 
830  0 Early American imprints.|nSecond series ;|vno. 9847 
856 41 |uhttp://opac.newsbank.com/select/shaw/9847|yShaw-
       Shoemaker Digital Edition