A narrative of the very extrarodinary [sic] adventures and sufferings of Mr. William Wills

Publication Date1751
Remainderlate surgeon on board the Durrington Indiaman, Captain Richard Crabb, in her late voyage to the East-Indies, under the convoy of Admiral Boscawen. Being a continued series of cruelty and oppression, thro' the jealousy and ill-nature of ___, 'till his arrival at Bombay; - where he was tried by a court-martial of East-India captains. Together with an account of his banishment to Goa, and his voyage to Brazil, under Captain Kinsey, commodore of a Portuguese squadron Interspersed with several curious original love letters, certificates, papers, documents and vouchers; and corroborated by the testimony of a great number of witnesses now residing in town. To which is added, An account of his trial at Guild-Hall in July last: recommended to all generous and humane souls, for the benefit of the unhappy sufferer, now a prisoner at Capt. Crabb's suit in the King's-Bench, Southwark, for costs of his late trial
Extentviii, ix, [1], 70 p.
Publisherprinted for W. Webb, near St. Paul's


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