A narrative of the very extraordinary 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 jealously 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 Guildhall 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
Extent[2], v-viii, x, 69, [1] p.
Publisherprinted for W. Webb, near St. Paul's


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