A geographical description of the coasts, harbours

Publication Date1740
Remainderand Sea Ports of the Spanish West-Indies; particularly of Porto Bello, Cartagena, and the Island of Cuba. With Observations of the currents, and the Variations of the compass in the Bay of Mexico, and the North Sea of America. Translated from A Curious and Authentic Manuscript, written in Spanish by Domingo Gonzales Carranza, his Catholick Majesty's Principal Pilot of the Flota in New Spain, Anno 1718. To which is added, An Appendix, containing Capt. Parker's own Account of his Taking the Town of Porto Bello, in the Year 1601. With An Index, and a New and correct Chart of the Whole; as also Plans of the Havannah, Porto-Bello, Cartagena, and La Vera Cruz.
Publisherprinted for the editor Caleb Smith (inventor of the New Sea-Quadrant) at his Office, for Insuring Ships and Merchandize, in Castle-Alley, Cornhill: and sold by Mess. Strahan, Meadows, Brotherton, Clarke, and Willock, Booksellers, in Cornhill; Payne in Pope's-Head Alley; Innys in St. Paul's Church-Yard; Robinson in Ludgate-Street; Manby on Ludgate-Hill; Senex and Whiston in Fleet-Street; and Mr. Nourse without Temple-Bar


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