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Providence Displayed: Or, the Remarkable Adventures of Alexander Selkirk, of Largo, in Scotland; Who Lived Four Years and Four Months by Himself, on the Island of Juan Fernandez; From Whence He Returned With Capt. Woodes Rogers, of Bristol, and on Whose Adventures Was Founded the Celebrated Novel of Robinson Crusoe. With a Description of the Island, and an Account of Several Other Persons Left There, Particularly William, a Mosquito Indian, and Capt. Davis's Men, Including Brief Memoirs of the Famous Capt. Wm. Dampier. To Which Is Added a Supplement Containing the History of Peter Serrano, Ephraim How, and Others, Left in Similar Situations

By Isaac James .
Format
Book; Online; EBook
Published
Bristol, Printed by Riggs and Cottle, sold by I. James [etc.] 1800.
Language
English
Description
2 p. L., [iii]-x, 194 p. front. (map) illus. 19 cm.
Mode of access: Internet.
Notes
  • Contains a map of the island, and 24 cuts.
  • Bibliography: p.iv-x.
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