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Omai, first Polynesian ambassador to England : the true story of his voyage there in 1774 with Captain Cook, of how he was feted by Fanny Burney, approved by Samuel Johnson, entertained by Mrs. Thrale & Lord Sandwich, and painted by Sir Joshua Reynolds / by Thomas Blake Clark
Bib ID 842124
Format BookBook
Author
Clark, Thomas Blake, 1908-
 
Description [San Francisco] : Colt Press, 1941, c1940 
92 p., [1] leaf of plates : port. ; 24 cm. 
Series

Rex Nan Kivell Collection ; NK4809.

Notes

"This new edition was issued in January from the Colt Press by William Roth and Jane Grabhorn, MCMXLI."

Rex Nan Kivell Collection NK4809.

Subjects Omai.  |  Cook, James, 1728-1779.  |  Polynesians -- Great Britain -- Biography.  |  London (England) -- Social life and customs.

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