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Fri Mar 21 17:11:16 2014 UTClccn-n850535320.00The Voyages and Adventures of Capt. B. Sharp and others in the South Sea ... Also Capt. Van Horn with his Bucanieres surprizing of la Vera Cruz. To which is added the true Relation of Sir H. Morgan his Expedition against the Spaniards in the West-Indies, and his taking Panama. Together with the President of Panama's account of the same expedition. Translated out of Spanish: and Col. Beeston's adjustment of the peace between the Spaniards and English. Published by P. A[yres], Esq0.841.00A collection of voyages : containing I. Captain Cowley's voyage round the globe. II. Capt. Sharp's journey over the Isthmus of Darien, and expedition into the South seas. III. Capt. Wood's voyage through the Streights of Magellan. IV. Mr. Roberts's adventures among the corsairs of the Levant description of the Archipelago islands, taking of Scio, &c. /39726238n 850535321320797Sharp, ...Sharp, Bartholomew, active 1679-1682Sharp (Bartholomew), Captain, active 1679-1682Sharp, Captain (Bartholomew), active 1679-1682Sharpe, Bartholomew, fl. 1679-1682lccn-no2011014835Morgan, Henry1635?-1688lccn-n80030586Exquemelin, A. O.(Alexandre Olivier)lccn-n85053533Ringrose, Basil-1686lccn-n85053530L'Olonnais1630-1671lccn-n85114958Wood, John(Captain)lccn-n85215829MontaubanSieur deapproximately 1650-1700np-hacke, williamHacke, Williamedtlccn-n85215828Raveneau de LussanSieurlccn-n84121177Ayres, Philip1638-1712edtlccn-n85195896Beeston, WilliamSir1636-Sharpe, Bartholomewactive 1679-1682MapsHistoryBuccaneersPiratesSouth America--Spanish MainWest IndiesMorgan, Henry,Sharpe, Bartholomew,Caribbean AreaL'Olonnais,Voyages around the worldVoyages and travelsWest Indies--West Indies (Federation)TravelDiscoveries in geographyBlacksLatin AmericaWindsHorn,--Captain van,GuineaTidesSouth AmericaAdventure and adventurersPirates--Social life and customsManners and customsSouth America--Pacific CoastSouth Pacific OceanDiscovery and exploration, BritishAfrica, WestRingrose, Basil,PanamaPacific OceanNavigationAustraliaCooke, EdmundNautical chartsIndians of Central AmericaRoebuck (Ship)OceaniaDampier, William,Central AmericaDrake, Francis,Central America--Pacific CoastAmerikaanse zeerovers (Exquemelin, A. O.)Natural historyPhilippinesNew EnglandBookbindingMontauban,--Sieur de,BookplatesHarborsGalapagos Islands167916821680168416851695169816991700170417081711171217141715172317291741177118261851185318561893191119231968197619771995200020052009160376153910.4PR11211387ocn012601284book16990.88Hacke, WilliamA Collection of original voyages ... illustrated with several maps and draughts897ocn003384825book16990.93Hacke, WilliamA collection of original voyages: Containing I. Capt. Cowley's voyage round the globe. II. Captain Sharp's journey over the Isthmus of Darien, and expedition into the South seas, written by himself. III. Capt. Wood's voyage thro' the Streights of Magellan. IV. Mr. Roberts's adventures among the corsairs of the Levant; his account of their way of living; description of the Archipelago islands, taking of Scio, &c514ocn231586981com0.88Ringrose, BasilA journall into ye South SeaMs. journal of Basil Ringrose's voyage with Bartholomew Sharp in the South Seas. With maps and drawings, 1680-1682514ocn231586732file16840.88Hacke, William[Capt. Bartholomew Sharp's South Sea waggoner]MapsMs. chart of South America, containing 135 large scale maps and drawings of the western coast from Acapulco to Cape Horn. Each drawing has a brief description with bearings and distances, and some include instructions for anchoring and the navigation of rivers. This volume appears to be the work of celebrated 17th century map-maker, William Hack. Originally presented to Charles II, 1684381ocn006973845book17290.88Dampier, WilliamA collection of voyages : in four volumes. Containing I. Captain William Dampier's Voyages around the world ... II. The voyages of Lionel Wafer ... III. A voyage round the world ... By W. Funnell ... IV. Capt. Cowley's voyage round the globe. V. Capt. Sharp's journey over the Isthmus of Darien, and expedition into the South-seas. VI. Capt. Wood's voyage through the Streights of Magellan. VII. Mr. Robert's adventures and sufferings amongst the corsairs of the Levant: his description of the Archipelago islands, &c. Illustrated with maps and draughts: also several birds, fishes and plants257ocn008779821book17110.79Dampier, WilliamNouveau voyage autour du monde où l'on décrit en particulier l'isthme de l'Amérique, plusieurs côtes & isles des Indes occidentales, les isles du cap Verd ... où l'on traite des differens terroirs de tous ces pays, de leurs ports, des plantes, des fruits, & des animaux qu'on y trouve: de leurs habitans, de leurs coûtumes, de leur religion, de leur gouvernement, de leur négoce, &c.161ocn220328366book17290.47Dampier, WilliamA Collection of voyages : in four volumes ... : illustrated with maps and draughts : also several birds, fishes, and plants, not found in this part of the world : curiously engraven on copper-plates51ocn015057028book19680.97Le Récit des voyages de Francis Drake, ceux des Capitaines Sharp et Cowley ainsi que la relation des expéditions faites43ocn503955230book1684Sharpe, BartholomewThe Voyages and Adventures of Capt. B. Sharp and others in the South Sea ... Also Capt. Van Horn with his Bucanieres surprizing of la Vera Cruz. To which is added the true Relation of Sir H. Morgan his Expedition against the Spaniards in the West-Indies, and his taking Panama. Together with the President of Panama's account of the same expedition. Translated out of Spanish: and Col. Beeston's adjustment of the peace between the Spaniards and English. Published by P. A[yres], Esq34ocn660864819book1712Sharpe, BartholomewJournal de l'expedition du Capitaine [Bartholomew] Sharp31ocn197703405book16990.47A Collection of original voyages: : containing I. Capt. Cowley's voyage round the globe. II. Captain Sharp's journey over the Isthmus of Darien, and expedition into the South Seas, written by himself. III. Capt. Wood's voyage thro' the Streights of Magellan. IV. Mr. Roberts's adventures among the corsairs of the Levant; his account of their way of living; description of the Archipelago Islands, taking of Scio, etc. : Illustrated with several maps and draughts.31ocn054162424book17291.00A collection of voyages : containing I. Captain Cowley's voyage round the globe. II. Capt. Sharp's journey over the Isthmus of Darien, and expedition into the South seas. III. Capt. Wood's voyage through the Streights of Magellan. IV. Mr. Roberts's adventures among the corsairs of the Levant description of the Archipelago islands, taking of Scio, &c.32ocn559106635book1923Exquemelin, A. OThe Buccaneers of America ... Translation of 1684-5 (with facsimiles of all the original engravings). Revised and edited by William Swan Stallybrass, etc. (The dangerous voyage and bold attempts of Captain Bartholomew Sharp ... Written by Mr. B. Ringrose.)21ocn681168312book17290.56A collection of voyages. In four volumes. Containing I. Captain William Dampier's Voyages round the World: Describing particularly, the Coasts and Islands in the East and West-Indies. The South-Sea Coasts of Chili, Peru and Mexico. The Countries of Tonquin, Achin and Malacca. The Cape of Good Hope, New-Holland, &c. II. The Voyages of Lionel Wafer ; Giving an Account of his being left on the Isthmus of America, amongst the Indians, and of their Treatment of him ; with a particular Description of the Country, &c. Also The Natural History of those Parts. By a Fellow of the Royal Society. And Davis's Expedition to the Golden Mines. III. A Voyage round the World: Containing an Account of Capt. Dampier's Expedition into the South-Seas in the Ship St. George. With his Various Adventures and Engagements, &c. together with a Voyage from the West Coast of Mexico to East-India. By W. Funnell, Mate to Capt. Dampier. IV. Capt. Cowley's Voyage round the Globe. V. Capt. Sharp's Journey over the Isthmus of Darien, and Expedition into the South-Seas. VI. Capt. Wood's Voyage through the Streights of Magellan. Vii Mr. Roberts's Adventures and Sufferings amongst the Corsairs of the Levant: His Description of the Archipelago Islands, &c. Illustrated with maps and draughts: also several birds, fishes, and plants, not found in this Part of the World: Curiously Engraven on Copper-Plates21ocn249129201book17140.47Dampier, WilliamVoyage de Guillaume Dampier aux Terres Australes, A la Nouvelle Hollande, &c. : Où l'on a joint I. Le Voyage du Capitaine Wood à travers le Détroit de Magellan, &c. II. Le Journal de l'Expedition du Capitaine Sharp. III. Le Voyage autour du Monde du Capitaine Cowley: & IV. Le Voyage du Levant de Mr. Robert21ocn249363909book17291.00A Collection of voyages : in four volumes, containing: I. Captain William Dampier's Voyages around the world, describing particularly, the coasts of islands in the East and West-Indies; the South-Sea coasts of Chili, Peru, and Mexico; the countries of tonquin, Achin and Malacca; the Cape of Good Hope, New-Holland, &c.; II. The voyages of Lionel Wafer, giving an account of his being left on the Isthmus of America, amongst the Indians, and the treatment of him, with a particular description of the country, &c., also the natural history of those parts, by a fellow of the Royal Society and Davis's expedition to the Golden Mines; III. A voyage round the world, containing and account of Capt. Dampier's expedition into the South-Seas in the ship St. George, with his various adventures and engagements, &c., together with a voyage from the coast of Mexico to East-India by W. Funnell, mate to Capt. Dampier; IV. Capt. Cowley's Voyage round the globe; V. Capt. Sharp's journey over the Isthmus of Darien, and expedition into the South-Seas; VI. Capt. Wood's voyage through the Streights of Magellan; VII. Mr. Roberts's adventures and sufferings amongst the corsairs of the Levant, his description of the Archipelago islands, &c. : illustrated with maps and draughts, also several birds, fishes and plants not found in this part of the world, curiously engraven on copper-plates22ocn066046823book16990.31Hacke, WilliamA collection of original voyages22ocn859561762book1712Dampier, WilliamVoyage de Guillaume Dampier aux Terres australes, à la Nouvelle Hollande, &c11ocn223141257book17290.47Dampier, WilliamA collection of voyages. vol. II. : containing I.A supplement to the Voyage round the world: describing the countries of Tonquin, Achin, Malacca, &c. their product, inhabitants, manners, trade, policy, &c. II. Two voyages to Campeachy; with a description of the coasts, product, inhabitants, logwood-cutting, trade, &c. of Yucatan, Campeachy, New-Spain, &c. III. A discourse of trade-winds, breezes, storms, seasons of the year, tides and currents of the torrid zone throughout the torrid zone throughout the world: with an account of Natal in Africk, its products, negroes etc.11ocn021741010book16841.00Hacke, WilliamFrom the original Spanish manuscripts & our late English discoveries : a description of all the forts, bays, roads, harbours, rivers, islands, sands, shoald's, rocks & dangers in the South Seas of America, between Calafornia [sic] and the straights of Lemaire as allso the passage about Tierra Del Fuogo discovered by Capt. Sharpe in the year 1681 & Peyp's Island lyeing in the north sea discovered by Capt. William Ambros Crowley in the year 1684Maps25211ocn733085423com17410.93Exquemelin, A. OThe history of the bucaniers of AmericaHistory1688ocn065324860com16840.79Exquemelin, A. OBucaniers of America, or, A true account of the most remarkable assaults committed of late years upon the coasts of the West-Indies by the bucaniers of Jamaica and Tortuga, both English and French : wherein are contained more especially the unparallel'd exploits of Sir Henry Morgan ...History1456ocn765810294com18510.88Exquemelin, A. OThe history of the buccaneers of America containing detailed accounts of those bold and daring freebooters : chiefly along the Spanish Main, in the West Indies and in the great South Sea, succeeding the civil wars in EnglandHistory+-+80958078961234ocn765805433com16990.92Exquemelin, A. OThe history of the bucaniers of America from their first original down to this time, written in several languages, and now collected into one volumeHistory1173ocn012384055book16840.92The voyages and adventures of Capt. Barth. Sharp and others in the South Sea being a journal of the same : also Capt. Van Horn with his buccanieres surprizing of la Veracruz : to which is added the true relation of Sir Henry Morgan his expedition against the Spaniards in the West-Indies and his taking Panama : together with the president of Panama's [i.e. Juan Perez de Guzman] account of the same expedition, translated out of Spanish : and Col. Beeston's adjustment of the peace between the Spaniards and English in the West IndiesHistory871ocn642441123com17710.79Exquemelin, A. OThe history of the bucaniers of America. Containing, I. The exploits and adventures of Le Grand ... IV. A relation of a voyage of the Sieur De Montauban ... The whole written in several languages by persons present at the transactions. In two volumes.History577ocn019298126book18930.39Exquemelin, A. OThe buccaneers of America : a true account of the most remarkable assaults committed of late years upon the coasts of the West Indies by the buccaneers of Jamaica and Tortuga, both English and French. Wherein are contained more especially the unparalleled exploits of Sir Henry Morgan, our English Jamaican hero, who sacked Porto Bello, burnt Panama, etc.HistoryFascinating chronicle of the bands of plundering sea rovers who roamed the Caribbean and coastlines of Central America in the 17th century. Detailed accounts of shrewd and fearless men, excellent navigators, and blood-thirsty adventurers who frequently committed inhuman acts of cruelty-among them the infamous Henry Morgan442ocn085888122com16840.93Ayres, PhilipThe voyages and adventures of Capt. Barth. Sharp and others, in the South Sea being a journal of the same : also Capt. Van Horn with his bucanieres surprizing of la Vera Cruz : to which is added the true relation of Sir Henry Morgan his expedition against the Spaniards in the West-Indies, and his taking of Panama : together with the president of Panama's account of the same expeditionHistory312ocn085799101com18530.88Exquemelin, A. OThe history of the bucaneers of America containing detailed accounts of those bold and daring freebooters, chiefly along the Spanish Main, in the West Indies, and in the great South Sea, suceeding the civil wars in EnglandHistory171ocn003365950book16840.97Ayres, PhilipThe voyages and adventures of Capt. Barth. Sharp and others, in the South Sea: being a journal of the same, also Capt. Van Horn with his buccanieres surprizing of la Vera Cruz ... The true relation of Sir Henry Morgan, his expedition against the Spaniards in the West-Indies, and his taking Panama ... the President of Panama's account of the same expedition: translated out of Spanish ... Col. Beeston's adjustment of the peace between the Spaniards and English in the West IndiesHistory161ocn723179518file17710.47The history of the bucaniers of America Containing, I. The exploits and adventures of Le Grand, ... IV. A relation of a voyage of the Sieur De Montauban, ... The whole written in several languages by persons present at the transactions. In two volumesHistory163ocn004659467book16840.84Ayres, PhilipThe voyages and adventures of Capt. Barth. Sharp and others, in the South Sea being a journal of the same. Also Capt. Van Horn with his buccanieres surprizing of la Vera Cruz. Towhich is added The true relation of Sir Henry Morgan, his expedition against the Spaniards in the West-Indies, and his taking Panama. Together with the President of Panama's account of the same expedition: translated out of Spanish. And Col. Beeston's adjustment of the peace between the Spaniards and English in the West IndiesHistory151ocn839049771com16840.35The voyages and adventures of Capt. Barth. Sharp and others in the South Sea : being a journal of the sameHistory141ocn007520720book18510.66Exquemelin, A. OThe history of the buccaneers of America ; containing detailed accounts of those bold and daring freebooters; chiefly along the Spanish main, in the great South sea, succeeding the civil wars in EnglandHistory82ocn029054005book0.76Exquemelin, A. OBucaniers of America : or, A true account of the most remarkable assaults committed of late years upon the coasts of the West-Indies, by the bucaniers of Jamaica and Tortuga, both English and French ... especially the unparallel'd exploits of Sir Henry Morgan, our English Jamaican hero ...History51ocn054226340book0.73Exquemelin, A. OBucaniers of America: or, A true account of the most remarkable assalts committed of late years upon the coasts of the West-Indies, by the bucaniers of Jamaica and TortugaHistory52ocn228724673book16850.90Ringrose, BasilBucaniers of America the second volume : containing the dangerous voyage and bold attempts of Captain Bartholomew Sharp, and others, performed upon the coasts of the South Sea, for the space of two years, &c. : from the original journal of the said voyageHistory22ocn463639549book1684The voyages and adventures of Capt. Barth. Sharp and others, in the South Sea: being a journal of the same. Also Capt. Van Horn with his buccanieres surprizing of la Veracruz. To which is added the true relation of Sir Henry Morgan his expedition against the Spaniards in the West-Indies, and his taking Panama. Together with the president of Panama's account of the same expedition: translated out of Spanish. And Col. Beeston's adjustment of the peace between the Spaniards and English in the West Indies. Published by P.A. EsqHistory22ocn215763855book16840.10Ayres, PhilipThe voyages and adventures of Capt. Barth. SharpHistory21ocn173226695book1741Exquemelin, A. OThe history of the bucaniers of America. : Containing I. The exploits and adventures of Le Grand, Lolonois, Roche Brasiliano, Bat the Portuguese, Sir Henry Morgan, &c. II. The dangerous voyage and bold attempts of Capt. Sharp, Watlin, Sawkins, Coxon, and others, in the South-sea. III. A journal of a voyage into the South-sea, by the freebooters of America, from 1684 to 1689. IV. A relation of a voyage of the Sieur de Montauban, captain of the free-booters in Guinea, in the year, 1695. : Exhibiting a particular account and description of Porto Bello, Chagre, Panama, Cuba, Havanna, and most of the Spanish possessions on the coasts of the West-Indies, and also all along the coasts of the South-Sea; with the manner in which they have been invaded, attempted, or taken by these adventurers.History+-+8095807896Fri Mar 21 15:41:09 EDT 2014batch29942