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Published by Gale ECCO, Print Editions (2010)

ISBN 10: 1140962779 ISBN 13: 9781140962779

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About this Item: Gale ECCO, Print Editions, 2010. Paperback. Condition: Good. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. May be ex-library. Shipping & Handling by region. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!. Seller Inventory # 1140962779

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A Genuine Account of the Life and: PRICE Howell ap

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Published by T Osborne, London: Gray's Inn. (1752)

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About this Item: T Osborne, London: Gray's Inn., 1752. Half Leather. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. VG, 1st ed, 1752. Uncommon. In 19C maroon half calf, over red marbled boards, corners & edges lightly bumped & worn. Spine, faded, gilt titles & tooling, edges rubbed. Internally, [3], (iv-viii), [1], 2-302 pp, bookplate to fpd (J Maggs), early ink name at base of final page (Charl James), some occasional light soiling & spotting, small loss of impression affecting 3 letters on title, lacks the final advertisement leaf, 11 printers devices. There was another edition published in 1799. Housed in a maroon cloth up & over box. A wonderful copy of a very scare and interesting piece of fiction? (Folio, 9.7*15.5 cms). (ESTC T144445). Title continues: A Series of most remarkable occurrences during his seven years travels abroad; five of which were spent with a Lady he had released from Slavery. With particulars since his return with her to England. The extraordinary adventures of a Welsh sailor captured by French privateers, enslaved in Algeria, his escape with the wealthy Cleone, their joining of a caravan to Cairo, the loss and recovery of their jewelery from robbers, the pursuit of Cleone by another woman ("I die your slave, if not quickened to life again by your indulgent influence. In short I love you, even to the degree of foregoing all my future prospects with my husband. Zenora sigh'd, grasped my hand, and pressed her breast to mine all night." - spurned she attempts to poison Cleone, is tried and executed), a journey to Mecca, further wranglings with slavers before the return journey to Britain during which the ship captain threatens Cleone that "if she did not comply to be his wife. he would use her as his whore". The author, of this supposed biography, eventually returns to Wales, where we leave him married with two children. Seller Inventory # 005031

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A genuine account of the life and: PRICE, Howell ap

About this Item: London: printed for T. Osborne in Gray's Inn, 1752. 12mo., viii + 302 + (2)pp., including the final leaf of advertisements, flyleaf and endpapers stained else a very good copy in contemporary sheep, spine with raised bands and gilt lines, joints and head and tail of spine worn. First edition: rare. Gove p.332 [P.B. Gove: The imaginary voyage in prose fiction>, 1961). Raven 145 (James Raven: British Fiction: 1750-1770>, 1987). Gove notes that the Genuine Account> is mentioned briefly by Harold F. Watson in his The Sailor in English Fiction and Drama 1550-1800>, 1931, pp.131 ff. He finds that the only contemporary comment was 'one condemnatory sentence' in the Monthly review> in Nov. 1751. An imaginary adventure story involving all the usual elements of a rattling good tale - a brutal father, sent to sea, taken by a French privateer, enslaved in North Africa, meets a girl slave (Cleone), escape together, highway robbery, robbed by a pirate, jewels recovered, Cleone's story, offer of marriage, Cairo, more robbers, a desert journey, Mecca, voyage to Cape Cormundel, shipwreck, attacked by savages, Cape of Good Hope, back to London, marriage to Cleone, returns home to Wales. It is interesting to note that Cardiff University includes this as one of its 'Key rare texts' in the abolition of slavery story. Seller Inventory # 23765

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