Mary Fletcher

Mary Fletcher was the namesake of the largest hospital in Vermont, formerly named "Fletcher Allen Health Care". An invalid who suffered from tuberculosis for the majority of her lifetime, she was from a philanthropic family who also are the namesake of the Fletcher Free Library (which is also in Burlington, Vermont). Provided by Wikipedia

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by Fletcher, Mary
Published 1780
printed by R. Hawes, And sold at the New Chapel, in the City Road; and at the Rev. Mr. Wesley's Preaching Houses, in Town and Country

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by Fletcher, Mary
Published 1766
printed by Robert Hawes, the Corner of Dorset-Street, Crispin-Street, Spitalfields. And sold at the foundry, Moorfields

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by Fletcher, Mary
Published 1764
sold at the Foundery, Upper Moorfields; and at Mrs. Englefield's, at the Bible, in West-Sreet near the Seven Dials

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by Fletcher, Mary
Published 1771
printed by William Pine, Wine-Street

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by Fletcher, Mary
Published 1780
printed by R. Hawes, and sold at the New Chapel, in the City Road; and at the Rev. Mr. Wesley's preaching-houses, in town and country

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by Fletcher, Mary
Published 1780
printed by J. Bowling, and sold by J. Binns, in Briggate

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by Fletcher, Mary
Published 1780
printed by J. Bowling, and sold by J. Binns, in Briggate

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by Fletcher, Mary
Published 1770
From the press of James Bowling, Leeds -Bridge

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by Fletcher, Mary
Published 1766

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by Fletcher, Mary
Published 1785
printed by J. Edmunds

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by Fletcher, Mary
Published 1796
Printed, by J. Tregortha