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A narrative of the death of Captain James Cook. To which are added some particulars, concerning his life and character. And observations respecting the introduction of the venereal disease into the Sandwich Islands / by David Samwell
Bib ID 804737
Format BookBook
Author
Samwell, David, 1751-1798
 
Description [Honolulu : Hawaiian Historical Society, 19--?] 
26 p. : port. facsim. ; 23 cm 
Series

Hawaiian Historical Society reprints ; no. 2

Notes

The edition of this reprint is limited to 500 copies.

Originally published: London : C.G.J. and J. Robinson, 1786

Subjects Cook, James, 1728-1779 -- Assassination.  |  Sexually transmitted diseases -- Hawaii -- History.  |  Explorers -- Great Britain -- Death.  |  Hawaii -- Discovery and exploration.

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