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A catalogue of the different specimens of cloth collected in the three voyages of Captain Cook, to the southern hemisphere; [electronic resource] : with a particular account of the manner of manufacturing the same in the various islands of the south seas ; partly extracted from Mr. Anderson and Reinhold Forster's observations, and the verbal account of some of the most knowing of the navigators : with some anecdotes that happened to them among the natives.
A voyage to the South-Seas, by Commodore (now Admiral) Anson. [electronic resource] : In the Centurion man of war. With an account of his taking the great Spanish ship, which had on board in treasure, one million three hundred and thirteen thousand eight hundred and forty three pieces of eight; and thirty five thousand, six hundred and eighty two ounces of virgin silver and plate.
Paradise lost, and paradise regain'd, by the wonderful works of God. [electronic resource] : shewing I. The creation of the world. II. Man created and woman taken out of his side. III. Man's fall. IV. Cain slayeth his brother Abel. V. God drowns the world. VI. The world redeemed by our Saviour's crucifixion. VII. An exhortion to Godliness.
Bickerstaff's Boston almanack, for the year of our redemption 1775 [electronic resource] : being the third after leap-year, the fifteenth of the reign of George III, and from the creation of the world, according to the best history, 5723, but the 79th from the horrid, popish, High-Church Jacobite plot wherein may be found all things necessary, useful and fitting for such a work : calculated for the meridian of Boston, N.E. ... to which is added An account of the inhabitants of New Zealand' (embellished with an elegant representation of a warrior of that nation, and two natives of New-Holland, advancing to combat.) ... An account of the singular customs of the Chactaws ... as also The substance of the first charter granted to the province of Massachusetts Bay ; with a variety of jocular and other matter. Which may render it both useful and entertaining.
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