2 edition of Narrative of the adventures, sufferings, and deliverance of eight English seamen found in the catalog.
Narrative of the adventures, sufferings, and deliverance of eight English seamen
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 26403|
|Contributions||Fellowes, W. D., Sutherland, Lieutenant.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||105|
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Narrative of the Adventures, Sufferings and Sufferings of Eight English Seamen, Left by Accident in Greenland, in the year To Which is Added The Loss of the Lady Hobart Packet, Adventures of Four Russian Sailors and the Loss of the ship Litchfield [Pelham, Edward and Wiliiam Dorset Fellowes Author: Esq.
And Lieutenant Southerland Pelham, Edward and Wiliiam Dorset Fellowes. Narrative of the adventures, sufferings, and deliverance of eight English seamen, left by accident in Greenland, in the year To which is added, the loss of the Lady Hobart packet, adventures of four Russian sailors, and the loss of the ship Litchfield.
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(William Dorset); Southerland, Lieutenant. As the goal of this project is on the lives of common sailors, only the first quarter of the book is relevant to the Sailors Memoirs Project, but it is a helpful source nonetheless.
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Narrative of the adventures, sufferings, and deliverance of eight English seamen, left by accident in Greenland, in the year (Philadelphia: Bennett & Walton, ), by Edward Pellham, Lieutenant. Narrative of the loss of His Majesty's ship Litchfield Southerland, W. Fellowes, Litchfield (Ship), and Lady Hobart (Ship) (page images at.
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