Great shipwrecks and castaways: authentic accounts of adventures at sea
This unforgettable collection of eyewitness accounts of sea-faring catastrophes describes the adventures of Alexander Selkirk, the original Robinson Crusoe; Miss Ann Saunders, a prim young lady shipwrecked in 1826 and forced to drink the blood of her own fiance; and eighteen other survivors' stories.
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The Adventures of Peter Serrano i
The True Relation of Peter Carder
By Richard Clarke of Weymouth
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able afterwards anchor ashore Barbadoes barque Bay of Honduras began boat brigantine brought called canoe Captain Captain Morgan carried cast clothes cold companions continued crew deck deliverance depot desolate island discovered endeavored escaped feet fire foot forced four gale gave governor hands heard hoosh hope island Jamaica jollyboat killed king land leagues leave lived longboat look lost mainsail March mast mate miles miserable months morning Nagasaki never night o'clock obliged ourselves passed pemmican perished pieces pinnace pirates poor Portuguese provisions relief rest Roatan rocks sail saved schooner sent shallop ship ship's shipwreck shore sight Sir Hyde sloop soon Southwest Harbor Straits Straits of Magellan sufferings Temp tent thought three days told took trees turtle unto vessel voyage weather wind wood wreck wretched