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A new history of Jamaica, - from the earliest accounts, to the taking of Porto Bello by Vice-Admiral Vernon. In thirteen letters from a Gentleman to his Friend.

LESLIE C.

Editorial: London, 1740
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iv + 340pp + 2 folding maps. 1st ed., fine in original full calf binding with raised bands and original label. A rare early work which includes a description of the island, early history with much on the pirates and short biographies of the past and current governors. N° de ref. de la librería

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Editorial: London, 1740

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