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A Cruising Voyage Round the World: First to the South-Sea, Thence to the East-Indies, and Homewards by the Cape of Good Hope: Begun in 1708, and Finish'd in 1711. Containing a Journal of All the Remarkable Transactions; Particularly of the Taking of Puna and Guiaquil, of the Acapulca Ship, and Other Prizes: An Account of Alexander Selkirk's Living Alone Four Years and Four Months in an Island; And a Brief Description of Several Countries in Our Course Noted for Trade, Especially in the South-Sea

With maps of all the coast, from the best Spanish manuscript draughts. And an introduction relating to the South-Sea trade. By Captain Woodes Rogers, commander in chief of this expedition, with the ships Duke and Dutchess of Bristol
Format
Book
Published
London, Printed for Andrew Bell, and Bernard Lintot, 1718.
Edition
The second edition, corrected
Language
English
Description
xix, 428, 57, [7] p. 5 fold. maps. 19.5 cm.
Notes
  • First edition, London, 1712.
  • "Appendix, containing a description of the coast, roads, harbours, rocks, shoals, islands, capes, watering-places, creeks, coves, makings of land, courses, and distances, from Acapulco in the latitude of 17 deg. N. to the island of Chiloe in the latitude of 44 deg. S. From the best Spanish manuscripts taken in the South-sea": 57 p. at end.
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Tracy W. McGregor Library, American History Collection.
Cited in
Sabin 72754.
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