The life and travels of James Tudor Owen;
who, amidst a variety of other interesting particulars, gives an account of his being in an East Indian campaign; and his singular adventures while among the Hindoos; as also his voyage, shipwreck, and journey with a troop of wild roving Arabs over immense burning sands, and trackless deserts.
He embarks from the Egyptian shore for Ireland, and there, during the late war with America, gains an ensigncy to go with the British forces against that country. Is wounded in battle, and taken by the Agiguans, a warlike nation inhabiting the wilds of America ...
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London, Printed by S. Fishers, 
Physical description: 42 p. front. 19 cm.
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