4 edition of The wonderful life and surprising adventures of Robinson Crusoe, of York, mariner found in the catalog.
LC copy inscribed: 1817, Abraham Balsbaughs book; A. Balsbachs, May 30th, 1838; Addison M. Balsbaugh, Palmyra Academy, Lebanon Co., Pa, June 2d, 1873; Bookplate: Private Library of Henry M. Witman.Evans 37307Signatures: A-H¹²/⁶. A1 blank?; wanting in LC copy.Adorned with cuts.
|Statement||Printed and sold by John MCulloch ...|
|Publishers||Printed and sold by John MCulloch ...|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 70 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
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The buccaneers were acquitted, to the chagrin of the king of Spain, who had the English ambassador expelled from the court at Madrid on a seemingly trumped-up charge.
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What were these statues of which the present inhabitants know nothing?. Information on complete and unabridged editions is given, as are citations for reworded and children's editions. When his father died, Wilson was left a shareholding in the Times newspaper. The buccaneers were acquitted, to the chagrin of the king of Spain, who had the English ambassador expelled from the court at Madrid on a seemingly trumped-up charge.
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Defoe also writes out of his engagement with religious controversies of the time, especially the Bangorian and Salters' Hall controversies. This will be visible to the community. Crusoe sets himself up as monarch, prince, generalissimo, and finally colonial governor, and perhaps ironically his abandonment of his island is emblematic of the neglect of which Great Britain was often guilty with its Caribbean colonies.
Here is Scribner's omnibus edition of three volumes in one.
A bright, tight near fine copy in publishers grey paper covered boards with black line illustration and lettering to front board, the rear left plain.
This set has two copies of the famous frontispiece portrait of Robinson Crusoe, so iconic that, no matter the edition, "we always look for it and are disappointed when we do not find it" A Edward Newton.
Cloth, gilt, 352 pages, illustrations; 24 cm.