The English acquisitions in Guinea & East-India

Publication Date1700
Remaindercontaining first, the several forts and castles of the Royal African Company, from Sally in South Barbary, to the Cape of Good Hope in Africa: viz. James fort in the river of Gambo. ... Accra. Secondly, the forts and factories of the Honourable East-India Company in Persia, India, Sumatra, China, &c. Viz. Spawhawn and Gambroon. In Persia. ... In China, &c. With an account of the inhabitants of all these countries; their religion, government, trade, marriages, funerals, strange customs, &c. Also the birds, beasts, serpents, monsters and other strange creatures found there. Intermixt with divers accidents, and notable remarks. With pictures. Likewise, a description of the isle of St. Helena, where the English usually refresh in their Indian voyages. By R. B
Extent[4], 179, [9] p., [1] leaf of plates
Publisherprinted for Nath. Crouch, at the Bell in the Poultry near Cheapside



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