London in 1731. By Don Manoel Gonzales [pseud.]
|Main Author:||Gonzales, Manoel, pseud.|
|Related Names:||Defoe, Daniel 1661?-1731.|
London [etc.] Cassell & company, limited, 1888.
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London is taken ... The book is one of those that have been attributed to Defoe."--Introd., signed: H. M. [i.e. Henry Morley]
"Don Manoel Gonzales is the assumed name of the writer of a 'Voyage to Great Britain, containing an account of England and Scotland,' which was first printed in the first of the two folio volumes of 'A collection of voyages and travels, compiled from the library of the earl of Oxford' ... The narrative was reproduced ... in the second of seventeen quartos of John Pinkerton's 'General collection of the best and the most interesting voyages and travels of the world' (1808-1814), from which this account of
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