Roach, John. ([1784?) The surprizing adventures of John Roach, mariner of Whitehaven.Containing a genuine account of his cruel treatment during a long captivity amongst the savage Indians, and imprisonment by the Spaniards, in South-AmericaWhitehaven : printed by F. Briscoe,MLA Citation
Roach, John. The Surprizing Adventures Of John Roach, Mariner Of Whitehaven: Containing A Genuine Account Of His Cruel Treatment During A Long Captivity Amongst The Savage Indians, And Imprisonment By The Spaniards, In South-America. Whitehaven : Printed By F. Briscoe, [1784?. Print.
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The surprizing adventures of John Roach, mariner of Whitehaven. Containing a genuine account of his cruel treatment during a long captivity amongst the savage Indians, and imprisonment by the Spaniards, in South-America.
With his miraculous preservation and deliverance by divine providence; and happy return to the place of his nativity, after being thirteen years amongst his inhuman enemies.
|Main Author:||Roach, John|
|Published:||Whitehaven : printed by F. Briscoe, [1784?]|
|Edition:||The 2nd ed.|
|Topics:||Indians of Central America.|
|Regions:||Central America - Description and travel.|
|Main Author:||Roach, John, b. 1748.|
|Physical Description:||64 p. 18 cm.
|Notes:||The scene of the author's adventures was Central America.