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 desarts : 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 : S. Fisher : 1802
Source: Gift of Roger Trienens, June 17, 1992.
Physical description: 42 p.,  leaf of plates : 1 ill. ; 19 cm.
Citations/References: Ayer Coll. 219
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