The adventures and surprizing deliverances, of James Dubourdieu, and his wife:
who were taken by pyrates, and carried to the uninhabited part of the isle of Paradise. Containing a description of that country, its laws, religion, and customs ... Also, The adventures of Alexander Vendchurch, whose ship's crew rebelled against him, and set him on shore on an island in the South-sea, where he liv'd five years, five months, and seven days ...
Written by himself.
|Main Author:||Evans, Ambrose.|
|Related Names:||Vendchurch, Alexander. , Dubourdieu, James.|
London, Printed by J. Bettenham for A. Bettesworth and T. Warner [etc.] 1719.
"The adventures of Alexander Vendchurch" has special t.-p. and separate paging.
"The adventures ... of James Dubourdieu" signed: Ambrose Evans.
2 p. L., 102 p., 1 L., 34 p., 1 L.
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