Memoirs and travels of Mauritius Augustus Count de Benyowsky; magnate of the kingdoms of Hungary and Poland, one of the chiefs of the confederation of Poland, &c. &c.
Consisting of his military operations in Poland, his exile into Kamchatka, his escape and voyage from that peninsula through the Northern Pacific Ocean, touching at Japan and Formosa, to Canton in China, with an account of the French settlement he was appointed to form upon the island of Madagascar. Written by himself. Translated from the original manuscript. In two volumes. ..
|Main Creator:||Benyovsky, Móric gráf, 1741-1786|
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Dublin printed by William Porter, for P. Wogan, L. White, P. Byrne, J, Moore, C. Lewis, Grueber & M'Allister, G. Draper, W. Jones, and R. White 1790
Physical description: 2 v. 8vo
Translated by William Nicholson
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