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Unknown. The adventures, and surprizing deliverances, of James Dubourdieu, and his wife: who were taken by pyrates, and carried to the uninhabited-part of the Isle of Paradise. Containing a Description of that Country, its Laws, Religion, and Customs: Of Their being at last released; and how they came to Paris, where they are still living. Also the adventures of Alexander Vendchurch, whose Ship's Chew Rebelled against him, and set him on Shore on an Island in the South-Sea, where he liv'd five Years, five Months, and seven Days; and was at last providentially releas'd by a Jamaica Ship. Written by himself.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 25318, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/25318. Accessed 2024-07-22.

@book{ wphp_25318
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1719},
  title={The adventures, and surprizing deliverances, of James Dubourdieu, and his wife: who were taken by pyrates, and carried to the uninhabited-part of the Isle of Paradise. Containing a Description of that Country, its Laws, Religion, and Customs: Of Their being at last released; and how they came to Paris, where they are still living. Also the adventures of Alexander Vendchurch, whose Ship's Chew Rebelled against him, and set him on Shore on an Island in the South-Sea, where he liv'd five Years, five Months, and seven Days; and was at last providentially releas'd by a Jamaica Ship. Written by himself.},
  publisher={Arthur Bettesworth \& Thomas Warner \& Charles Rivington I \& John Brotherton and William Meadows \& Anne Dodd I \& William Rufus Chetwood},
  address={London},    }

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