History of the Buccaneers of America, by James Murray

History of the Buccaneers of America
James Murray

Hardback. No dust jacket. Red cloth cover with gilt motif on cover; spine faded.
Title page creased with small tear (repaired) at top of page.
Ex library copy. Cataloguing number on spine. Library stamp on reverse of title page. Good condition.

Contents include: Consideration on rights acquired  by the discovery of unknown lands and claims of the Spanish.
Review of the dominion of the Spaniards in Hayti or Hispaniola.
European ships in the West Indies and Spanish opposition.
Settlement of St. Christopher by the English and French.
Various Treaties.
Morgane succeeds Mansvelt as chief of buccaneers.
Attempt to cross the isthmus of America.
First buccaneer expedition in the South Sea.
History of report concerning discovery of Pepys Island.
Edward Davis Commander.
Adventures of Swan and Townley in New Spain.
The Cygnet and her crew.
French buccaneers under Grogniet and Le Picard.
Siege and plunder of city of Carthagena.
Entire suppression of buccaneers and filibusters.

300 pages
i b&w map of Galapagos Islands
110 mm x 166 mm (approx. 4.25 in x 6 in)
1902, Unit Library Ltd, London


1 in stock

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Weight .6 kg
Dimensions 21 × 14 × 2 cm