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" A True and Almost Incredible Report of an Englishman that (being cast away in the good Ship called the... "
A catalogue of some books in the possession of H. Jadis - Page 18
by Henry Fenton Jadis - 1826 - 48 pages
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Catalogue, Issues 165-174

Bernard Quaritch (Firm) - 1896
...Egyptian and other Writers, etc. second edition, 8vo. cloth W. Pickering, 1832 243 COVERT (Capt. R.) A true and almost incredible Report of an Englishman...farthest part of the East Indies) travelled by land thorow many unknowne Kingdomes, and Great Cities . . . with a discovery of a great Emperour called...
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Catalogue, Issues 187-199

Bernard Quaritch (Firm) - 1899
...in 1585. — see N"EW ENGLAND CHURCH 343 COVERTE (Capt, Rob.). A | TRVE AX D | ALMOST INCRE- I dible report of an Englishman, that | (being cast away in the good Ship called [ the Asseniion in Cambaya the farthest part of | the East Indies') Trauelled hy Land through | many unknowns...
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The Journal of John Jourdain, 1608-1617: Describing His Experiences in ...

John Jourdain - 1991 - 394 pages
...to the East Indies, etc. (edited by Albert Gray, Hakluyt Society, 1888), i. 45 ., ii. 106, 264. A True and Almost Incredible Report of an Englishman that (being cast away in the good Ship called the Asscntion in Cambaya, the farthest Part of the East Indies) travelled by Land thorow many unknowne...
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English Intercourse with Siam in the Seventeenth Century

John Anderson - 2000 - 503 pages
...following work, reproduced in the "Harleian Collection of Voyages," 1745, Tol- ii. Its title is " A true and almost Incredible Report of an Englishman, that (being cast away in tha good ship called Assension, in Camhaya, the farthest part of tha Kast Indies) Travelled by Land....
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Envisioning the Worst: Representations of "Hottentots" in Early-modern England

Linda Evi Merians - 2001 - 289 pages
...boundaries. Captain Robert Coverte, for example, marginali/es the people at the Cape as "Ethiopians" in his A True and Almost Incredible Report of an Englishman, That (Being Cast Away in the Good Shi/) (lulled (lie Assention) (1612), where he writes that they "are by nature very brutish or beastly...
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The Established Church in England and Wales: Who Belong to It, how it is ...

18?? - 12 pages
...elegant, gtlt leaves, very scarce, \l. Is. 8vo. London, by J. Amdelcy. 1575 4107 Coverte's (Capt. Robt ) true and almost incredible report of an Englishman...Travelled by Land through many unknowne Kingdomes, and great Cities, with a particular Description of all those Kingdomes, Cities, and People, their trade,...
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Book-prices Current: A Record of Prices at which Books Have Been ..., Volume 11

John Herbert Slater, William Roberts, F. Partridge - 1898
...Riviere, fine copy, Paris, Didron, 1852, 410. (1207) Dobell, 2 i8s. 4899 Coverte (Capt. Robert). True and almost incredible Report of an Englishman,...the good Ship called the Assention in Cambaya the furthest part of the East Indies) travelled by land through many unknowne Kingdomes and Great Cities...
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The Established Church of England: How Does it Work?

1829 - 8 pages
...large paper, plate, very fine copy, old crimson velvet, 12.4to. Patavii. 1653 4335 Covert's (R.) True and almost incredible Report of an Englishman that being cast away in the good Ship called the Ascension in Cambaya the farthest part of the East-Indies, travelled by Land through many unknown Kingdomes...
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