ROBINSON CRUSOE - An English Graphical Bibliography 


W. & T. Fordyce

  1. []. The surprising Life and most strange Adventures of Robinson Crusoe. Giving an account how he was shipwrecked, none escaping but himself, and cast on shore on an uninhabited island on the coast of America, near the mouth of the great River Oroonoque; where he lived 28 years: till at length he was strangely deliverd by pirates, and brought home to his native country. With Versus on his solitude. Newcastle, W. & T. Fordyce, nd  [chapbook - 24pp - late 1700s or early 1800s]

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