The voyages and adventures of Capt. Barth. Sharp and others, in the South Sea; being a journal of the same. Also Capt. van Horn with his buccanieres surprizing of La Vera Cruz ... The true relation of Sir Henry Morgan, his expedition against the Spaniards in the West-Indies, and his taking Panama ... the President of Panama's account of the same expedition: translated out of Spanish ... Col. Beeston's adjustment of the peace between the Spaniards and English in the West Indies / Published by P.A.

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London : Printed by B.W. for R.H. and S.T., sold by W. Davis, 1684.

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12 unnumbered leaves, 172 pages ; (8vo)

References note

Wing A4315
ESTC R9181
Wing (2nd ed., 1994), A4315


This work is in part supplementary to the English edition of Exquemelin's Bucaniers of America, 1684, and in part a vindication of the English, especially Capt. Henry Morgan, from the aspersions of that writer. "The adventures of Capt. Barth. Sharp, and others in the South Sea" (p. 1-114) differs from both Basil Ringrose's account, published in "Bucaniers of America. The second volume. Containing the dangerous voyage ... of Captain Bartholomew Sharp," 1685, and Sharpe's own journal as printed in William Hack's Collection of original voyages, 1699.


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