A Narrative of the life and astonishing adventres of John Daniel, a smith at Royston in Hertfordshire, for a course of seventy years Containing, the melancholy occasion of his travels. His shipwreck with one companion on a desolate island. Their way of life. His accidental discovery of a woman for his companion. Their peopling the island. Also a description of a most surprising engine, invented by his son Jacob, on which he flew to the moon, with some account of its inhabitants. His return, and accidental fall into the habitation of a sea-monster, with whom he lived two years. His further excursions in search of England. His residence in Lapland, and travels to Norway, from whence he arrived at Aldborough, and further transactions till his death, in 1711. Aged 97. Taken from his own mouth, by Mr. Ralph Morris

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Published: Dublin Printed for J. Exshaw and J. Esdall, on Cork-Hill, and M. Williamson, in Dame-street 1753, MDCCLIII. [1753]
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Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:English Short Title Catalog, T225096. - Reproduction of original from British Library
Physical Description:Online-Ressource ([2],xii,204p) 12°