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A new, complete and universal collection of authentic and entertaining voyages and travels to all the various parts of the world. : containing (among other voyages and travels undertaken for discovery, conquest, settlement, or the opening of trade) complete narratives of the following most important journals, viz. New historical journals of the voyages of Captains Phillip, King, Ball, White, and Hunter, in the ships Sirius, Supply Tender, Juliana Transport, &c. to Botany-Bay, Port Jackson, Sydney Cove, New South Wales, Norfolk Island, &c. in the Southern Ocean, giving a circumstantial, useful, and entertaining account of the present transactions at those parts of the world, where colonies and settlements have been formed by the English government for the punishment of convicts condemned to transportation. Captain Wilson's valuable voyage from Macoa to the Pelew Islands, in the western part of the Pacific Ocean, where they were shipwrecked in the Antelope, a packet belonging to the East-India Company. Portlock and Dixon's voyages to the north west coast of America and round the world, in the King George and Queen Charlotte--the result of which are new discoveries of the utmost importance to the English nation and the world at large. Captains Mears, Tipping, and Douglas's voyages, in the ships Nootka, Sea-Otter, Felice, and Iphigenia, from Bengal and to China to the north west coast of America--for the further improvement of navigation, and to extend the commerce of the British Empire. Brisson and Saugnier's voyages to the coast of Africa, containing an interesting account of their shipwreck on board various vessels, and of their slavery; with an account of the manners and customs of the Arabs of the desert, and of the slave trade, as carried on at Senegal and Galam. Translated from the French. Rochon's voyage to Madagascar and the East Indies, including, among a great fund of general information, authentic memoirs of the Chinese trade and merchandize. Translated from the Abbe Rochon, member of the Academy of Sciences of Paris and Petersburgh, astronomer of the Marine, keeper of the philosophical cabinet, &c. &c. The interesting journal of Lieutenant Bligh's voyage, in His Majesty's ship Bounty, for the purpose of conveying the bread fruit tree from the South Sea Islands to the West Indies, including a narrative of the mutiny on board the Bounty--and the narrative of Lieutenant Bligh's subsequent voyage with part of the crew in the ship's boat, from Tofoa, one of the Friendly Islands, to Timor, a Dutch settlement in the East Indies. Hamilton's voyage round the world in the Pandora frigate, in pursuit of the mutineers, who practically carried off the Bounty. Captain Cook's voyages complete, in His Majesty's ships the Endeavour, Resolution, Adventure, and Discovery, to the South Seas and round the world, for making new nautical, philosophical, geographical, and historical discoveries in the various islands of the southern hemisphere and the great Pacific Ocean--for discovering the supposed southern continent, &c.--to ascertain the practicability of a north-west passage from Europe to the East Indies, between the continents of Asia and America--and to determine their position, extent, distance, &c. &c. &c. Sir Francis Drake's celebrated voyages round the world, performed by himself and assistants, in the ships Pelican, Elizabeth, Marygold, Swan, and Chistopher. The celebrated Lord Anson's voyage round the world, in His Majesty's ship the Centurion, having assistants under his command in the ships Gloucester, Pearl, Severn, Wager, Trial, and store ships. Lord Byron's remarkable voyage round the world, in His Majesty's ship the Dolphin, accompanied by Capt. Mouat, in the Tamar Sloop, principally for making discoveries between the Cape of Good Hope and the Straits of Magellan; including, among a great fund of useful knowledge, a particular account of that gigantic part of the human race the Patagonians. Captain Wallis's valuable voyages to the South Seas, in the Swallow, Prince Frederick, &c. for making discoveries. The voyage of Philip Carteret, Esq. round the world, in His Majesty's ship the Swallow, in which is included an account of his perilous situation on the western extremity of the Magellanic Straits, who, notwithstanding the bad sailing and shattered condition of the Swallow, continued his voyage, after separating from Capt. Wallis, and accomplished the complete circumnavigation of the globe. Lord Musgrave's voyage towards the North Pole, in His Majesty's ship the Racehorse; with the journal of Capt. Lutwich, who accompanied him in the Carcase sloop; together with an account of the several voyages previously undertaken for the discovery of a north east passage to China and Japan. Bruce's most celebrated travels complete into Abyssinia, to discover the source of the river Nile, in Egypt. Hodges's curious travels, or tour, in India, including entire new descriptions of the manners, customs and present state of the coast of Coromandel, Madras, Bengal, Calcutta, benares, Bidjigur, Ahlahabad, Lucknow, Fyzabad, Oud, Dowlah, Agra, &c. History of four travels or journeys into the country of the Hottentots and Caffraria, by Lieutenant Patterson, who having in the course of his travels visited many parts in that quarter, not hitherto explored by Europeans, has by this publication added many facts and new discoveries to the public stock of historical and geographical knowledge. New travels through Arabia, and other countries in the east. Translated from the original of M. Neibuhr, Captain of engineers in the service of the King of Denmark. New travels in the United States of America. Translated from the French of M. Brissot de Warville, who lately suffered unfortunately by the guillotine in France. Also, new tours and travels through France, Austrian Netherlands, Holland, Spain, Italy, Sweden, Poland, &c. &c. together with a new tour or survey of the Russian Empire according to its present newly regulated state divided into different governments.--Likewise the substance of all other eminent navigators and travellers, such as Morse, Parkinson, Lutwich, Moore, Hanway, Howard, Drummond, Pocock, Shaw, Carver, Dalrymple, Burnet, Baretti, Thickness, Twiss, Bridone, Wraxhall, Johnson, Pennant, Smollet, Forster, Furneaux, Banks, Solander, Bouganville, Keate, Ross, Anbury, &c. &c. &c. Together with other voyages and travels too numerous to mention in this title page. 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A new, complete and universal collection of authentic and entertaining voyages and travels to all the various parts of the world. : containing (among other voyages and travels undertaken for discovery, conquest, settlement, or the opening of trade) complete narratives of the following most important journals, viz. New historical journals of the voyages of Captains Phillip, King, Ball, White, and Hunter, in the ships Sirius, Supply Tender, Juliana Transport, &c. to Botany-Bay, Port Jackson, Sydney Cove, New South Wales, Norfolk Island, &c. in the Southern Ocean, giving a circumstantial, useful, and entertaining account of the present transactions at those parts of the world, where colonies and settlements have been formed by the English government for the punishment of convicts condemned to transportation. Captain Wilson's valuable voyage from Macoa to the Pelew Islands, in the western part of the Pacific Ocean, where they were shipwrecked in the Antelope, a packet belonging to the East-India Company. Portlock and Dixon's voyages to the north west coast of America and round the world, in the King George and Queen Charlotte--the result of which are new discoveries of the utmost importance to the English nation and the world at large. Captains Mears, Tipping, and Douglas's voyages, in the ships Nootka, Sea-Otter, Felice, and Iphigenia, from Bengal and to China to the north west coast of America--for the further improvement of navigation, and to extend the commerce of the British Empire. Brisson and Saugnier's voyages to the coast of Africa, containing an interesting account of their shipwreck on board various vessels, and of their slavery; with an account of the manners and customs of the Arabs of the desert, and of the slave trade, as carried on at Senegal and Galam. Translated from the French. Rochon's voyage to Madagascar and the East Indies, including, among a great fund of general information, authentic memoirs of the Chinese trade and merchandize. Translated from the Abbe Rochon, member of the Academy of Sciences of Paris and Petersburgh, astronomer of the Marine, keeper of the philosophical cabinet, &c. &c. The interesting journal of Lieutenant Bligh's voyage, in His Majesty's ship Bounty, for the purpose of conveying the bread fruit tree from the South Sea Islands to the West Indies, including a narrative of the mutiny on board the Bounty--and the narrative of Lieutenant Bligh's subsequent voyage with part of the crew in the ship's boat, from Tofoa, one of the Friendly Islands, to Timor, a Dutch settlement in the East Indies. Hamilton's voyage round the world in the Pandora frigate, in pursuit of the mutineers, who practically carried off the Bounty. Captain Cook's voyages complete, in His Majesty's ships the Endeavour, Resolution, Adventure, and Discovery, to the South Seas and round the world, for making new nautical, philosophical, geographical, and historical discoveries in the various islands of the southern hemisphere and the great Pacific Ocean--for discovering the supposed southern continent, &c.--to ascertain the practicability of a north-west passage from Europe to the East Indies, between the continents of Asia and America--and to determine their position, extent, distance, &c. &c. &c. Sir Francis Drake's celebrated voyages round the world, performed by himself and assistants, in the ships Pelican, Elizabeth, Marygold, Swan, and Chistopher. The celebrated Lord Anson's voyage round the world, in His Majesty's ship the Centurion, having assistants under his command in the ships Gloucester, Pearl, Severn, Wager, Trial, and store ships. Lord Byron's remarkable voyage round the world, in His Majesty's ship the Dolphin, accompanied by Capt. Mouat, in the Tamar Sloop, principally for making discoveries between the Cape of Good Hope and the Straits of Magellan; including, among a great fund of useful knowledge, a particular account of that gigantic part of the human race the Patagonians. Captain Wallis's valuable voyages to the South Seas, in the Swallow, Prince Frederick, &c. for making discoveries. The voyage of Philip Carteret, Esq. round the world, in His Majesty's ship the Swallow, in which is included an account of his perilous situation on the western extremity of the Magellanic Straits, who, notwithstanding the bad sailing and shattered condition of the Swallow, continued his voyage, after separating from Capt. Wallis, and accomplished the complete circumnavigation of the globe. Lord Musgrave's voyage towards the North Pole, in His Majesty's ship the Racehorse; with the journal of Capt. Lutwich, who accompanied him in the Carcase sloop; together with an account of the several voyages previously undertaken for the discovery of a north east passage to China and Japan. Bruce's most celebrated travels complete into Abyssinia, to discover the source of the river Nile, in Egypt. Hodges's curious travels, or tour, in India, including entire new descriptions of the manners, customs and present state of the coast of Coromandel, Madras, Bengal, Calcutta, benares, Bidjigur, Ahlahabad, Lucknow, Fyzabad, Oud, Dowlah, Agra, &c. History of four travels or journeys into the country of the Hottentots and Caffraria, by Lieutenant Patterson, who having in the course of his travels visited many parts in that quarter, not hitherto explored by Europeans, has by this publication added many facts and new discoveries to the public stock of historical and geographical knowledge. New travels through Arabia, and other countries in the east. Translated from the original of M. Neibuhr, Captain of engineers in the service of the King of Denmark. New travels in the United States of America. Translated from the French of M. Brissot de Warville, who lately suffered unfortunately by the guillotine in France. Also, new tours and travels through France, Austrian Netherlands, Holland, Spain, Italy, Sweden, Poland, &c. &c. together with a new tour or survey of the Russian Empire according to its present newly regulated state divided into different governments.--Likewise the substance of all other eminent navigators and travellers, such as Morse, Parkinson, Lutwich, Moore, Hanway, Howard, Drummond, Pocock, Shaw, Carver, Dalrymple, Burnet, Baretti, Thickness, Twiss, Bridone, Wraxhall, Johnson, Pennant, Smollet, Forster, Furneaux, Banks, Solander, Bouganville, Keate, Ross, Anbury, &c. &c. &c. Together with other voyages and travels too numerous to mention in this title page. Describing, in the most accurate manner, (upon an entire new and interesting plan) every place worth of notice in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America.

Author: William Henry Portlock; James Cook; George William Anderson; William Bligh; J -P Brissot de Warville
Publisher: London: : Printed for Alex. Hogg, at the King's-Arms, no. 16, Paternoster-Row; and sold by all other booksellers and newscarriers in England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland., [1794]
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All Authors / Contributors: William Henry Portlock; James Cook; George William Anderson; William Bligh; J -P Brissot de Warville
OCLC Number: 123570120
Notes: Includes a reissue of the 1784 edition of George W. Anderson's A new authentic and complete collection of voyages round the world.
Engraved frontispiece with title: Portlock's new collection of voyages and travels, is dated at foot of plate: published by Alexr. Hogg. Febr. 22. 1794.
"A new, complete and genuine history of travels in the United States of America" by Jacques-Pierre Brissot de Warville: p. [776]-789.
Signatures: [*A]² *B-*3M² *3N² ( -*3N2) B-G² H-K1 L-10B² chi².
Errors in paging: p. 131, 1st count, misnumbered 13; p. 29, 4th count, numbered 29-39 and signed H-K; paging continues on verso with p. 40, 5th count, and p. 41 is signed L.
Printed in parallel columns.
Directions to the binder: p. 836.
List of subscribers: p. [1-4], final count.
Includes index.
Cf. Sabin, 64397.
Description: 234, [1], 6-28, 29-39, 40-836, [4] p., [90] leaves of plates (2 folded) : ill., maps ; 41 cm. (fol.)
Other Titles: Portlock's new collection of voyages and travels
Responsibility: The whole compiled from the original journals of the respective voyagers and travellers.--And newly written by William Henry Portlock, Esq. assisted by many officers and gentlemen engaged in the various undertakings of which this work is composed.

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Captain Wilson's valuable voyage from Macoa to the Pelew Islands, in the western part of the Pacific Ocean, where they were shipwrecked in the Antelope, a packet belonging to the East-India Company. Portlock and Dixon's voyages to the north west coast of America and round the world, in the King George and Queen Charlotte--the result of which are new discoveries of the utmost importance to the English nation and the world at large. Captains Mears, Tipping, and Douglas's voyages, in the ships Nootka, Sea-Otter, Felice, and Iphigenia, from Bengal and to China to the north west coast of America--for the further improvement of navigation, and to extend the commerce of the British Empire. Brisson and Saugnier's voyages to the coast of Africa, containing an interesting account of their shipwreck on board various vessels, and of their slavery; with an account of the manners and customs of the Arabs of the desert, and of the slave trade, as carried on at Senegal and Galam. Translated from the French. Rochon's voyage to Madagascar and the East Indies, including, among a great fund of general information, authentic memoirs of the Chinese trade and merchandize. Translated from the Abbe Rochon, member of the Academy of Sciences of Paris and Petersburgh, astronomer of the Marine, keeper of the philosophical cabinet, &c. &c. The interesting journal of Lieutenant Bligh's voyage, in His Majesty's ship Bounty, for the purpose of conveying the bread fruit tree from the South Sea Islands to the West Indies, including a narrative of the mutiny on board the Bounty--and the narrative of Lieutenant Bligh's subsequent voyage with part of the crew in the ship's boat, from Tofoa, one of the Friendly Islands, to Timor, a Dutch settlement in the East Indies. Hamilton's voyage round the world in the Pandora frigate, in pursuit of the mutineers, who practically carried off the Bounty. Captain Cook's voyages complete, in His Majesty's ships the Endeavour, Resolution, Adventure, and Discovery, to the South Seas and round the world, for making new nautical, philosophical, geographical, and historical discoveries in the various islands of the southern hemisphere and the great Pacific Ocean--for discovering the supposed southern continent, &c.--to ascertain the practicability of a north-west passage from Europe to the East Indies, between the continents of Asia and America--and to determine their position, extent, distance, &c. &c. &c. Sir Francis Drake's celebrated voyages round the world, performed by himself and assistants, in the ships Pelican, Elizabeth, Marygold, Swan, and Chistopher. The celebrated Lord Anson's voyage round the world, in His Majesty's ship the Centurion, having assistants under his command in the ships Gloucester, Pearl, Severn, Wager, Trial, and store ships. Lord Byron's remarkable voyage round the world, in His Majesty's ship the Dolphin, accompanied by Capt. Mouat, in the Tamar Sloop, principally for making discoveries between the Cape of Good Hope and the Straits of Magellan; including, among a great fund of useful knowledge, a particular account of that gigantic part of the human race the Patagonians. Captain Wallis's valuable voyages to the South Seas, in the Swallow, Prince Frederick, &c. for making discoveries. The voyage of Philip Carteret, Esq. round the world, in His Majesty's ship the Swallow, in which is included an account of his perilous situation on the western extremity of the Magellanic Straits, who, notwithstanding the bad sailing and shattered condition of the Swallow, continued his voyage, after separating from Capt. Wallis, and accomplished the complete circumnavigation of the globe. Lord Musgrave's voyage towards the North Pole, in His Majesty's ship the Racehorse; with the journal of Capt. 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<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1169326> # Voyages around the world
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<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1242545> # North America--Northwest Coast of North America.
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   schema:name "North America--Northwest Coast of North America." ;
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<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1242982> # Oceania.
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   schema:name "Oceania." ;
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<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/894950> # Discoveries in geography
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<http://viaf.org/viaf/17351052> # William Bligh
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   schema:deathDate "1817" ;
   schema:familyName "Bligh" ;
   schema:givenName "William" ;
   schema:name "William Bligh" ;
    .

<http://viaf.org/viaf/277843064> # George William Anderson
    a schema:Person ;
   schema:familyName "Anderson" ;
   schema:givenName "George William" ;
   schema:name "George William Anderson" ;
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<http://viaf.org/viaf/31994819> # James Cook
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   schema:birthDate "1728" ;
   schema:deathDate "1779" ;
   schema:familyName "Cook" ;
   schema:givenName "James" ;
   schema:name "James Cook" ;
    .

<http://viaf.org/viaf/64002647> # Jacques-Pierre Brissot de Warville
    a schema:Person ;
   schema:birthDate "1754" ;
   schema:deathDate "1793" ;
   schema:familyName "Brissot de Warville" ;
   schema:givenName "Jacques-Pierre" ;
   schema:givenName "J.-P" ;
   schema:name "Jacques-Pierre Brissot de Warville" ;
    .

<http://viaf.org/viaf/6575149068545165730003> # William Henry Portlock
    a schema:Person ;
   schema:familyName "Portlock" ;
   schema:givenName "William Henry" ;
   schema:name "William Henry Portlock" ;
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<http://www.worldcat.org/title/-/oclc/123570120>
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   schema:about <http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/123570120> ; # A new, complete and universal collection of authentic and entertaining voyages and travels to all the various parts of the world. : containing (among other voyages and travels undertaken for discovery, conquest, settlement, or the opening of trade) complete narratives of the following most important journals, viz. New historical journals of the voyages of Captains Phillip, King, Ball, White, and Hunter, in the ships Sirius, Supply Tender, Juliana Transport, &c. to Botany-Bay, Port Jackson, Sydney Cove, New South Wales, Norfolk Island, &c. in the Southern Ocean, giving a circumstantial, useful, and entertaining account of the present transactions at those parts of the world, where colonies and settlements have been formed by the English government for the punishment of convicts condemned to transportation. Captain Wilson's valuable voyage from Macoa to the Pelew Islands, in the western part of the Pacific Ocean, where they were shipwrecked in the Antelope, a packet belonging to the East-India Company. Portlock and Dixon's voyages to the north west coast of America and round the world, in the King George and Queen Charlotte--the result of which are new discoveries of the utmost importance to the English nation and the world at large. Captains Mears, Tipping, and Douglas's voyages, in the ships Nootka, Sea-Otter, Felice, and Iphigenia, from Bengal and to China to the north west coast of America--for the further improvement of navigation, and to extend the commerce of the British Empire. Brisson and Saugnier's voyages to the coast of Africa, containing an interesting account of their shipwreck on board various vessels, and of their slavery; with an account of the manners and customs of the Arabs of the desert, and of the slave trade, as carried on at Senegal and Galam. Translated from the French. Rochon's voyage to Madagascar and the East Indies, including, among a great fund of general information, authentic memoirs of the Chinese trade and merchandize. Translated from the Abbe Rochon, member of the Academy of Sciences of Paris and Petersburgh, astronomer of the Marine, keeper of the philosophical cabinet, &c. &c. The interesting journal of Lieutenant Bligh's voyage, in His Majesty's ship Bounty, for the purpose of conveying the bread fruit tree from the South Sea Islands to the West Indies, including a narrative of the mutiny on board the Bounty--and the narrative of Lieutenant Bligh's subsequent voyage with part of the crew in the ship's boat, from Tofoa, one of the Friendly Islands, to Timor, a Dutch settlement in the East Indies. Hamilton's voyage round the world in the Pandora frigate, in pursuit of the mutineers, who practically carried off the Bounty. Captain Cook's voyages complete, in His Majesty's ships the Endeavour, Resolution, Adventure, and Discovery, to the South Seas and round the world, for making new nautical, philosophical, geographical, and historical discoveries in the various islands of the southern hemisphere and the great Pacific Ocean--for discovering the supposed southern continent, &c.--to ascertain the practicability of a north-west passage from Europe to the East Indies, between the continents of Asia and America--and to determine their position, extent, distance, &c. &c. &c. Sir Francis Drake's celebrated voyages round the world, performed by himself and assistants, in the ships Pelican, Elizabeth, Marygold, Swan, and Chistopher. The celebrated Lord Anson's voyage round the world, in His Majesty's ship the Centurion, having assistants under his command in the ships Gloucester, Pearl, Severn, Wager, Trial, and store ships. Lord Byron's remarkable voyage round the world, in His Majesty's ship the Dolphin, accompanied by Capt. Mouat, in the Tamar Sloop, principally for making discoveries between the Cape of Good Hope and the Straits of Magellan; including, among a great fund of useful knowledge, a particular account of that gigantic part of the human race the Patagonians. Captain Wallis's valuable voyages to the South Seas, in the Swallow, Prince Frederick, &c. for making discoveries. The voyage of Philip Carteret, Esq. round the world, in His Majesty's ship the Swallow, in which is included an account of his perilous situation on the western extremity of the Magellanic Straits, who, notwithstanding the bad sailing and shattered condition of the Swallow, continued his voyage, after separating from Capt. Wallis, and accomplished the complete circumnavigation of the globe. Lord Musgrave's voyage towards the North Pole, in His Majesty's ship the Racehorse; with the journal of Capt. Lutwich, who accompanied him in the Carcase sloop; together with an account of the several voyages previously undertaken for the discovery of a north east passage to China and Japan. Bruce's most celebrated travels complete into Abyssinia, to discover the source of the river Nile, in Egypt. Hodges's curious travels, or tour, in India, including entire new descriptions of the manners, customs and present state of the coast of Coromandel, Madras, Bengal, Calcutta, benares, Bidjigur, Ahlahabad, Lucknow, Fyzabad, Oud, Dowlah, Agra, &c. History of four travels or journeys into the country of the Hottentots and Caffraria, by Lieutenant Patterson, who having in the course of his travels visited many parts in that quarter, not hitherto explored by Europeans, has by this publication added many facts and new discoveries to the public stock of historical and geographical knowledge. New travels through Arabia, and other countries in the east. Translated from the original of M. Neibuhr, Captain of engineers in the service of the King of Denmark. New travels in the United States of America. Translated from the French of M. Brissot de Warville, who lately suffered unfortunately by the guillotine in France. Also, new tours and travels through France, Austrian Netherlands, Holland, Spain, Italy, Sweden, Poland, &c. &c. together with a new tour or survey of the Russian Empire according to its present newly regulated state divided into different governments.--Likewise the substance of all other eminent navigators and travellers, such as Morse, Parkinson, Lutwich, Moore, Hanway, Howard, Drummond, Pocock, Shaw, Carver, Dalrymple, Burnet, Baretti, Thickness, Twiss, Bridone, Wraxhall, Johnson, Pennant, Smollet, Forster, Furneaux, Banks, Solander, Bouganville, Keate, Ross, Anbury, &c. &c. &c. Together with other voyages and travels too numerous to mention in this title page. Describing, in the most accurate manner, (upon an entire new and interesting plan) every place worth of notice in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America.
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