Samuel Kelly, an eighteenth century seaman, whose days have been few and evil, to which is added remarks, etc., on places he visited during his pilgrimage in this wilderness

Now edited with an introduction by Crosbie Garstin; illustrated with twenty-four reproductions from old prints.
New York, Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1925.
Physical description
320 p. front., plates, map. 25 cm.

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