The life and adventures of Henry Lanson, the only son of a wealthy planter in the West Indies;
who, when on his voyage to England, was put on shore at an uninhabited island, where, on his perambulation up the country, he discovers the ruins of an ancient temple; and near it, the oracle of the sun, a large rude carved idol made of pure brilliant gold of a wonderful construction ...
|Main Creator:||Lanson, Henry.|
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London, Printed and Sold by S. Fisher [1801?]
"Mr. Field pronounces this 'a wretched fiction.'"--cf. Sabin: Bibliotheca americana.
Physical description: 42 p. front. 16mo.
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|JP 5312||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Joly|