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Seizure of the ship Industry, by a conspiracy, and the consequent sufferings of Capt. James Fox and his companions : their captivity among the Esquimaux Indians in North America and the miraculous escape of the captain; the disasters which attended the mutineers; interspersed with anecdotes, descriptions, &c.; also, the providential escape and sufferings of Captain Boyce in the year 1727.

London : Printed for Thomas Tegg ... , [1810?]

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Title Seizure of the ship Industry, by a conspiracy, and the consequent sufferings of Capt. James Fox and his companions : their captivity among the Esquimaux Indians in North America and the miraculous escape of the captain; the disasters which attended the mutineers; interspersed with anecdotes, descriptions, &c.; also, the providential escape and sufferings of Captain Boyce in the year 1727.
Pages 30
Published London : Printed for Thomas Tegg ... , [1810?]
Identifier 42487
Subject Fox, James,Captain.
Industry (Ship)
Industry (Navire)
Indiens d'Amérique -- Canada -- Moeurs et coutumes.
Inuit -- Canada.
Indians of North America -- Canada -- Social life and customs.
Notes Title from title screen.
[5]-28 p. : ill.
Language English
Media Text
Permanent Link http://eco.canadiana.ca/view/oocihm.42487