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Curtis, John.  (1838).  Shipwreck of the Stirling Castle : containing a faithful narrative of the dreadful sufferings of the crew, and the cruel murder of Captain Fraser by the savages : also, the horrible barbarity of the cannibals inflicted upon the captain's widow, whose unparalleled sufferings are stated by herself, and corroborated by the other survivors : to which is added the narrative of the wreck of the Charles Eaton, in the same latitude. Embellished with engravings, portraits, and scenes illustrative of the narrative.  London :  George Virtue

MLA Citation

Curtis, John.  Shipwreck of the Stirling Castle : containing a faithful narrative of the dreadful sufferings of the crew, and the cruel murder of Captain Fraser by the savages : also, the horrible barbarity of the cannibals inflicted upon the captain's widow, whose unparalleled sufferings are stated by herself, and corroborated by the other survivors : to which is added the narrative of the wreck of the Charles Eaton, in the same latitude. Embellished with engravings, portraits, and scenes illustrative of the narrative / by John Curtis  George Virtue London  1838

Australian/Harvard Citation

Curtis, John.  1838,  Shipwreck of the Stirling Castle : containing a faithful narrative of the dreadful sufferings of the crew, and the cruel murder of Captain Fraser by the savages : also, the horrible barbarity of the cannibals inflicted upon the captain's widow, whose unparalleled sufferings are stated by herself, and corroborated by the other survivors : to which is added the narrative of the wreck of the Charles Eaton, in the same latitude. Embellished with engravings, portraits, and scenes illustrative of the narrative / by John Curtis  George Virtue London

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