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The famous and wonderfull recoverie of a ship of Bristoll, called the Exchange, from the Turkish Pirates of Argier : With the vnmatchable attempts and good successe of Iohn Rawlins, pilot in her, and other slaues ; who in the end with the slaughter of about 40. of the Turkes and Moores, brought the ship into Plimouth the 13. of February last ; with the captaine a renegado, and 5. Turkes more, besides the redemption of 24. men, and one boy, from Turkish slauerie. Preview this item
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The famous and wonderfull recoverie of a ship of Bristoll, called the Exchange, from the Turkish Pirates of Argier : With the vnmatchable attempts and good successe of Iohn Rawlins, pilot in her, and other slaues ; who in the end with the slaughter of about 40. of the Turkes and Moores, brought the ship into Plimouth the 13. of February last ; with the captaine a renegado, and 5. Turkes more, besides the redemption of 24. men, and one boy, from Turkish slauerie.

Author: John Rawlins
Publisher: London : Printed [by Eliot's Court Press] for Nathaniel Butter, dwelling at the Pide Bull at Saint Austins Gate, 1622.
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Rawlins
OCLC Number: 606487107
Description: 1 online resource ([40] pages)
Other Titles: Wonderfull deliuerance of the Exchange of Bristow
Wonderfull deliverance of the Exchange of Bristow

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