Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mrs. Rowson” in chapter 2, section c.2.4, page 28 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 7.:

...ooks: Mary, or, The Test of Honor, A Trip to Parnassus, The Inquisitor. Nason says of them these works exhibit alike fertility of imagination, simplicity of style, and purity of heart. In 1790, Mrs. Rowson , then in her twenty-eighth year, published in London that well-known work, Charlotte Temple, or, A Tale of Truth, which at once engaged the attention of the public and established her reputation as o...
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