The Sequel to Bulkeley and Cummins's Voyage to the South-Seas, Or, the Adventures of Capt. Cheap, the Hon. Mr. Byron, Lieut. Hamilton, Alexander Campb (Paperback)

The Sequel to Bulkeley and Cummins's Voyage to the South-Seas, Or, the Adventures of Capt. Cheap, the Hon. Mr. Byron, Lieut. Hamilton, Alexander Campb By Alexander Midshipman of H. M. Campbell (Created by) Cover Image
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Title: The sequel to Bulkeley and Cummins's Voyage to the South-Seas, or, The adventures of Capt. Cheap, the Hon. Mr. Byron, Lieut. Hamilton, Alexander Campbell, and others, late of His Majesty's ship the Wager: which was wreck'd on a desolate island in lat. 47 S., long. 81, 40 W., in the South-Seas, anno 1741: containing a faithful narrative of the unparallel'd sufferings of these gentlemen, after being left on the said island by the rest of the officers and crew, who went off in the long-boat: their deplorable condition, desperate enterprizes, and prodigious distresses, till they fell into the hands of the Indians, who carried them into New Spain, where they remained prisoners of war, till sent back to Europe, on the terms of the cartel, in 1746: the whole interspersed with descriptions of the countries in which the various scenes of their adventures lay, the manners, &c, of the American Indians and Spaniards, and their treatment of the author and his companions.

Author: Campbell, Alexander, Midshipman of H.M.S. Wager.

Publisher: Gale, Sabin Americana

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SourceLibrary: Huntington Library

DocumentID: SABCP04050400

CollectionID: CTRG02-B697

PublicationDate: 17470101

SourceBibCitation: Selected Americana from Sabin's Dictionary of books relating to America

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Collation: iv, 108 p.; 20 cm




Product Details
ISBN: 9781275840560
ISBN-10: 1275840566
Publisher: Gale, Sabin Americana
Publication Date: February 23rd, 2012
Pages: 114
Language: English