A new discovery of Terra incognita Australis, or The southern world. By James Sadeur a French-man. Who being cast there by a shipwrack, lived 35 years in that country, and gives a particular description of the manners, customs, religion, laws, studies and wars, of those southern people; and of some animals peculiar to that place: with several other rarities. These memoirs were thought so curious, that they were kept secret in the closet of a late great minister of state, and never published till now since his death. Translated from the French copy, printed at Paris, by publick authority. April 8. 1693. Imprimatur, Charles Hein

Publication Date1693
Extent[10], 88, 97-186, [6] p.
Publisherprinted for John Dunton, at the Raven in the Poultry


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