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George Allen Unwin London 1949 A reprint of the original 1816 edition. Burney's work covers South Pacific exploration, and contains a detailed account of the pirates referred to by the Spanish, as "freebooters and Adventurers, and afterwards by that of Buccaneers" in the Americas including places such as the West Indies, Panama, the Straits of Magellan, and the Mosquito Shore. James Burney was a captain in the Royal Navy had sailed with Cook as lieutenant during the last two voyages and took command of Discovery after Cook's death. Burney had access both to Banks's magnificent library of books and manuscripts, and to Dalrymple's collection of scarcer Spanish books. Sunned spine. Red cloth covered end boards. Good condition. 382pp 220 x 140mm