The life and unparalleled voyages and adventures of Ambrose Gwinnett : containing an account of his being tried, convicted, and hanged in chains at Deal, for the supposed murder of Mr Collins--his surprising recovery--his voyage to the West Indies, and being taken by the Spaniards, among whom he met with the supposed murdered Mr. Collins, and proposal to return to England together--his being taken by the Algerines and carried into slavery, and, after many hardships, his return to England / written by himself.
|Main Author:||Gwinnett, Ambrose.|
|Related Names:||Brydone, James fl. 1836-1893.|
Edinburgh : Printed & published by J. Brydone, South Hanover Street, [1839-1858?]
Chapbooks > Scotland > Edinburgh > 19th century
Includes 1 woodcut.
First sentence: "I was born of reputable parents in the city of Canterbury, where my father dealt in hops."
Colophon at foot of p. 24 reads : James Brydone, Printer, 17 South Hanover Street, Edinburgh.
No. 5 of a series of numbered chapbooks.
Woodcut on title page.
Undated. Dates from period of activity of publisher at address, cf. Scottish Book Trade Index WWW site.
24 p. ;
16 x 10 cm.
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