Catalog Record: The life and astonishing adventures of John Daniel, a smith at Royston in Hertfordshire, for a course of seventy years. Containing, the melancholy occasion of his travels, his shipwreck ... on a desolate island ... His accidental discovery of a woman for his companion. Their peopling the island. Also a description of a most surprising eagle ... on which he flew to the moon ... andfurther transactions till his death, in 1711 | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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The life and astonishing adventures of John Daniel, a smith at Royston in Hertfordshire, for a course of seventy years. Containing, the melancholy occasion of his travels, his shipwreck ... on a desolate island ... His accidental discovery of a woman for his companion. Their peopling the island. Also a description of a most surprising eagle ... on which he flew to the moon ... andfurther transactions till his death, in 1711 ...

Main Author: Morris, Ralph.
Related Names: Daniel, John.
Language(s): English
Published: London, Printed for T. Parker, 1770.
Edition: The 2d ed.
Subjects: Interplanetary voyages, Imaginary.
Aeronautics in literature.
Voyages, Imaginary.
Note: Superexlibris: crest of Francis Longe, Spixworth Park.
Physical Description: 1 p. L., 319 p. 17 1/2cm.
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