A NARRATIVE Of The DREADFUL SHIPWRECK Of The VRYHEID (Late the Melville-Castle) Capt. Scherman, a Dutch Indiaman Bound to the Cape of Good- Hope, Which was Wrecked off Dymchurch Wall, near Dover, Nov. 23, 1802, by Which Catastrophe 454 Persons Perished! Written by One of the Survivors. Maritime Literature.
A NARRATIVE Of The DREADFUL SHIPWRECK Of The VRYHEID (Late the Melville-Castle) Capt. Scherman, a Dutch Indiaman Bound to the Cape of Good- Hope, Which was Wrecked off Dymchurch Wall, near Dover, Nov. 23, 1802, by Which Catastrophe 454 Persons Perished! Written by One of the Survivors.

A NARRATIVE Of The DREADFUL SHIPWRECK Of The VRYHEID (Late the Melville-Castle) Capt. Scherman, a Dutch Indiaman Bound to the Cape of Good- Hope, Which was Wrecked off Dymchurch Wall, near Dover, Nov. 23, 1802, by Which Catastrophe 454 Persons Perished! Written by One of the Survivors.

London: Printed for Tegg & Castleman, at the Eccentric Book Warehouse, 122, St. John-Street, Smithfield; ... Hartnell, Printer, 3, New-Street, Borough. [1803]. 1st Edition. iv, 28 pp. Folding copperplate frontispiece. Tailpiece. 12mo. 6-7/8" x 4-1/8". Period full brown tree calf binding with later respining to style. Later eps. Binding - modest wear, VG+. Text-block - age-toning, the occasional smudge, old paper repair to frontis. Overall, Very Good. Item #49599

Scarce publication, OCLC records only 5 holding institutions world-wide, with just 2 of those in the U.S.

This title is one of 3 titles bound together into one volume: volume also includes Tavistocks Books inventory IDs 49598 & 49600. The price is for the one volume containing the 3 titles.

Price: $1,250.00

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