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The history of the bucaniers of America from their first original down to this time written in several languages and now collected into one volume : containing I. The exploits and adventures of Le Grand, Lolonois, Roche Brasiliano, Bat the Portuguese, Sir Henry Morgan, &c. / written in Dutch by Jo. Esquemeling one of the bucaniers, and thence translated into Spanish II. The dangerous voyage and bold attempts of Capt. Barth. Sharp, Watlin, Sawkins, Coxon, and others, in the South Sea / written by Basil Ringrose, Gent. who was a companion therein, and examin'd with the original journal III. A journal of a voyage into the South Sea by the freebooters of America from 1684, to 1689. Written in French by the Sieur Raveneau de Lussan: never before in English. IV. A relation of a voyage of the Sieur de Montaubon, capt. of the freebooters in Guinea in the year 1695, &c. The whole newly translated into English, and illustrated with 25 copper plates.

London: Printed for Tho. Newborough at the Golden Ball in St. Paul's Church-Yard, John Nicholson at the King's Arms in Little Britain, and Benj. Tooke at the Middle Temple Gate, Fleetstreet., 1699.
The history of the bucaniers of America from their first original down to this time written in several languages and now collected into one volume : containing I. The exploits and adventures of Le Grand, Lolonois, Roche Brasiliano, Bat the Portuguese, Sir Henry Morgan, &c. / written in Dutch by Jo. Esquemeling one of the bucaniers, and thence translated into Spanish II. The dangerous voyage and bold attempts of Capt. Barth. Sharp, Watlin, Sawkins, Coxon, and others, in the South Sea / written by Basil Ringrose, Gent. who was a companion therein, and examin'd with the original journal III. A journal of a voyage into the South Sea by the freebooters of America from 1684, to 1689. Written in French by the Sieur Raveneau de Lussan: never before in English. IV. A relation of a voyage of the Sieur de Montaubon, capt. of the freebooters in Guinea in the year 1695, &c. The whole newly translated into English, and illustrated with 25 copper plates. Library Average
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Peter Jay Munro7/10/17907/19/1790Bucanniers of America
Christopher Miller9/18/179010/7/1790Buc. America
Andrew Van Tuyl10/15/179011/1/1790Buccaniers of America
Malachi Treat11/13/179011/15/1790Buccaneers of America
John P. Pearss11/20/179011/25/1790Bucaniers of America
William Beekman, Sr.1/31/17912/11/1791Buckanir America
John L. Norton2/28/17913/1/1791Bucanniers of Am
Garrett B. Abeel12/29/17911/6/1792Bucanniers America
Thomas BurlingVolume 13/13/17924/28/1792Bucan. America
James Robertson1/6/18011/12/1801Buccaniers
William Wilson3/16/18013/20/1801Buccaniers
John Clarke3/21/18014/8/1801buccaniers
Thomas Knox4/30/18015/27/18012/Buccaniers
Joseph Winter11/18/180111/23/1801Buccaneers
James Miles Hughes3/11/18023/20/1802Buccanieres
James Miles Hughes3/20/18024/3/1802"
James Miles Hughes4/3/18025/5/18022/"
Peter Irving9/23/180210/2/1802Buccaniers
Valentine Seaman10/15/180210/23/1802Bucaniers
Allard AnthonyVolume 11/22/18031/29/1803Buccaneers America
Selah Strong2/1/18032/4/1803Buccaniers
Thomas HammersleyVolume 13/2/18033/4/1803Buccaniers Am.
George Warren Chapman3/5/18033/11/1803Buccaniers Am
George Cock3/11/18033/19/1803bucanniers
John Murray Jr.4/13/18034/16/1803Buccaniers Am
Thomas Gardner7/22/18037/26/1803Buccaniers
Rich Harison11/30/180312/2/1803Buccaniers
Joshua Whitcomb12/10/180312/13/1803Buccanniers
John Cock2/25/18042/28/1804Buchaniers America
Samuel Doughty9/14/18049/22/1804Bucaniers Am
William BoydVolume 19/24/18049/27/1804Buccaneers
Gerard Bancker9/27/180410/31/1804Buccaneers Am.
John Turner11/6/180412/7/18042/8Buccaniers America
Thomas Burling3/11/18053/19/1805Buccaniers
Elizabeth Ann Bailey8/23/18058/23/1805Buccaniers
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