An essay on the practical history of sheep in Spain, and of the Spanish sheep in Saxony, Anhalt Dessau, &c. By George Stumpf, M. A. and member of the Academy of Mentz. Leipsick 1785. Translated from the German, by the Rev. Dr. Lanigan, transl. to the Dublin Society, and published by their order.
- Stumpf, Johann Georg, 1750-1798.
A true account of the voyage of the Nottingham-Galley of London, John Dean commander, from the River Thames to New-England, Near which Place she was cast away on Boon-Island, December 11, 1710. by the Captain's Obstinacy, who endeavour'd to betray her to the French, or run her ashore; with an Account of the Falsehoods in the Captain's Narrative. And a faithful Relation of the Extremities the Company was reduc'd to for Twenty-Four Days on that desolate Rock, where they were forc'd to eat one of their Companions who died, but were at last wonderfully deliver'd. The whole attested upon oath, by Christopher Langman, Mate; Nicholas Mellen, Boatswain; and George White, Sailor in the said Ship.