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Details nouveaux et circonstancies sur la mort du capitaine Cook / traduits de l'anglois
Bib ID 1147440
Format BookBook
Author
Samwell, David, 1751-1798
 
Uniform Title Narrative of the death of Captain James Cook. French
Description A Londres, et se trouve a Paris : Chez Nee de la Rochelle ... , 1786 
56 p. ; 19 cm. 
Series

Rex Nan Kivell Collection ; NK1449.

Notes

Translation of: A narrative of the death of Captain James Cook ...

Library's NK1449 copy in quarter bound brown leather and cloth box; half bound in leather and decorative paper baords with a manuscript addition in ink to page 50; bears the bookplate of Rex de C. Nan Kivell (no. 1786/2).

Rex Nan Kivell Collection NK1449.

Cited In

Beddie, M.K. Cook (2nd ed.), No. 1618, 2446

Subjects Cook, James, 1728-1779.

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