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The English acquisitions in Guinea and East-India. Containing, first, the several forts and castles of the Royal African Company, from sally in South Barbary, to the cape of Good-Hope, in Africa, viz. James Fort, in the river of gumbo. Sherbrow, in York Island. Serra Leona, in Bence Island. Duckeys Cove. Commenda. Cape Coast Castle. Fort Royal. Anamabo. Winnebab. Acra. Secondly, the forts and factories of the Honourable East-India Company in Persia, India, sumatra, China, &c. viz. Spawhawa and Gambreon, in Persia Fort St. George. Fort St. David. Conimeere. Cuduloor. Porte Novo. Medapollam. Mereldapatam. Pettipole The coast of coromnadel, carwar. Callicus, Surrat, Bombay Island. Ballasore. Hugly. Chuttanetti. Daca. Rhajama, on the Co. of Mallabar Ascheen, and York Fort, in Somatra. Amoy, Canon, and Tomqueen, in China, &c. With an account of the inhabitants of all these countries; their religion, government, trade, marriages, funerals, strange customs, &c. Also, birds, beasts, serpents, monsters, and other strange creatures found there intermixt with divers accidents, and notable remarks. with cuts. likewise, a description of the Isle of St. Helena, where the English usually refresh in their india voyages. By Robert Burton.
- Crouch, Nathaniel, 1632?-1725?.
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London : Printed and A. Bettewworthe at the Red Lyon, and J. Battely at the Dove, in Pater-noster-Row, 1728.
184,p. : ill. ; 12⁰.