Strange news from Plymouth, or, A wonderful and tragical relation of a voyage from the Indies : where by extraordinary hardships, and the extremities of the late great frost, several of the seamen and others miserably perish'd : and for want of provision, cast-lots for their lives, and were forced to eat one another, and how a Dutch merchant eat part of his own children, and then murdered himself because he would not kill his wife : with the miraculous preservation of George Carpinger, an English seaman, and the Dutch merchants wife, now a shore at Plymouth : in a letter to Mr. D.B. of London, merchant

J. G London : Printed for J. Conyers ..., 1684

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