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Interesting particulars respecting the death of Captain Cook / from the narrative of David Samwell
Bib ID 902687
Format BookBook
Author
Samwell, David, 1751-1798
 
Description [London : G. Robinson]?, 1786 
p. [198]-202 ; 24 cm.(8vo) 
Notes

In: New annual register -- (1786)

Running title: Samwell's account of the death of Capt. Cook.

Printed in double column.

Top of p. 198 has been cut off and "Extract from The new annual register, 1786" has been inscribed.

With the bookplate of John A. Ferguson.

Extract has been bound.

Binder's title: Death of Captain Cook.

Cited In

Beddie, 1619,2447.

Subjects Cook, James, 1728-1779 -- Assassination.  |  Hawaiians -- Crime.  |  Explorers -- Great Britain -- Death.
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Samwell's account of the death of Capt. Cook

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