Notes on the West Indies: Written During the Expedition Under the Command of the Late General Sir Ralph Abercromby, Including Observations on the Island of Barbadoes, and the Settlements Captured by the British Troops, Upon the Coast of Guiana, Likewise Remarks Relating to the Creoles and Slaves of the Western Colonies, and the Indians of South America, with Occasional Hints, Regarding the Seasoning, Or Yellow Fever of Hot Climates, Volume 3
Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme, 1806 - 456 pages
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