Translated From the Original and Unpublished Manuscript, With a Biographical Notice and Notes by Wilmere. Edited by Shaw. Works Issued by the Hakluyt Society series. The Hakluyt Society was established in 1846 for the purpose of printing rare or unpublished voyages, travels and naval expeditions by those who first explored these unknown and distant regions. The majority of these illustrate the history of the great age of discovery which forms the foundation of modern history. Publications were distributed only to members of the Society. 4 pp Report of the Hakluyt Society for 1858. xcix, 48 pp. Frontispiece - colour illustration of camelon, & 11 other plates including maps of St. Luc De Barameda, Island of Guadaloupe, Island of Porto Rico. Spots of foxing on prelims and intermittently throughout text. Binding tight. Many pages unopened. Yellow eps. Bound in blue cloth boards of the Hakluyt Society with gilt lettering on spines. Gilt vignette of the sailing ship 'Victoria' on front board. Blindstamp decoration on boards. Some insect damage along rear hinge. Boards bright. Overall condition VG. N° de réf. du libraire
Titre : Narrative of a Voyage to the West Indies and...
Éditeur : London: The Hakluyt Society, 1859.
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Description du livre Reprint New York, Burt Franklin, 1970., 1970. Text written c. 1602 (now considered an invention). The supplementary material consists of the 1858 annual report. 4, XCIX, 48, 8 (loose) S. With 4 maps, 5 illustrations. Cloth. 8vo. (Works issued by the Hakluyt Society, 23). (LUE0280). N° de réf. du libraire 4465889