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Mr. Glasspoole and the Chinese pirates : being the narrative of Mr. Richard Glasspoole of the ship Marquis of Ely .../ and some remarks on Chinese pirates ancient and modern by Owen Rutter ; and four engravings on wood by Robert Gibbings
Bib ID 1814187
Format BookBook
Author
Glasspoole, Richard, 1788-1846
 
Description London : Golden Cockerel Press, 1935 [ie. Hong Kong : Sam Ying?, 19--] 
[58] p. : 4 ill. ; 23 cm. 
Notes

Pirated ed., printed on Agfa Copyrapid paper.

F1028/1390.

Subjects Pirates.  |  Marquis of Ely (Ship).
Other authors/contributors Rutter, Owen, 1889-1944

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