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[HOWELL, William].

Some interesting particulars of the second voyage made by the missionary ship the Duff:

which was captured by the Buonaparte privateer in the year 1800.

Stock Code
96768
Knaresborough, Hargrove and Sons, 1809
£1,000

Scarce Yorkshire printing. A narrative of the ill-fated second voyage of the missionary ship Duff, captured by a French privateer near Rio, and diverted to Montevideo, where the author had time to record his observations of the region. The captive crew were transferred to a Portuguese ship, the Medusa, and eventually freed at Lisbon.

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First edition. 8vo., contemporary green half calf, spine tooled in gilt and blind, dark red label, an excellent example.

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