A Voyage to Suratt, in the Year, 1689: Giving a Large Account of that City, and Its Inhabitants, and of the English Factory There : Likewise a Description of Madiera, St. Jago, Annobon, Cabenda and Malemba (upon the Coast of Africa) St. Helena, Johanna, Bombay, the City of Muscatt, and Its Inhabitants in Arabia Felix, Mocha, and Other Maritine Towns Upon the Red-Sea, the Cape of Good Hope, and the Island Ascention
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