The Legend of Captaine Iones. Relating His adventure to Sea: His first landing and combate with a mighty Bear. His furious battell with his sixe and thirty men against the Army of eleven Kings, with their overthrow and deaths. His relieving of Kemper Castle. His strange and admirable Sea-fight with sixe huge Gallies of Spain, and nine thousand Souldiers. His taking prisoner, and hard usage. Lastly His setting at liberty by the King's command, and return for England.

TitleThe Legend of Captaine Iones. Relating His adventure to Sea: His first landing and combate with a mighty Bear. His furious battell with his sixe and thirty men against the Army of eleven Kings, with their overthrow and deaths. His relieving of Kemper Castle. His strange and admirable Sea-fight with sixe huge Gallies of Spain, and nine thousand Souldiers. His taking prisoner, and hard usage. Lastly His setting at liberty by the King's command, and return for England.
Year for Search1648
Authors[Lloyd], [David]
Date Published1648
PublisherPtd. by M.F. for Richard Marriot
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsMale author
Annotation

Classic extraordinary voyage with visits to many imaginary countries including, in the second part, paradise. The protagonist also travels to No-land

Additional Publishers

Rpt. with minor changes in spelling London: Ptd. for Richard Marriot, 1656; and London: Ptd. for Humphrey Moseley, 1659

Info Notes

A second part which has continuous pagination with the first was published as The Legend of Captaine Iones. Continued From his first part to his end. Wherein is delivered His incredible adventures and atchievements by sea and land. Particularly; His miraculous deliverance from a wrack at Sea by the support of a Dolphin. His severall desperate duels. His combate with “Bahader Cham” a gyant of the race of “Og”. His loves. His deep imployments and happy success in business of State. All which, and more is but the tithe of his owne relation, which he continued untill he grew speechlesse, and died. London: Ptd. by M. F. for Richard Marriot, 1648. Rpt. London: Ptd. for Richard Marriot, 1656; and London: Ptd. for Humphrey Moseley, 1659.

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1648 [Lloyd, David]. The Legend of Captaine Iones. Relating His adventure to Sea: His first landing and combate with a mighty Bear. His furious battell with his sixe and thirty men against the Army of eleven Kings, with their overthrow and deaths. His relieving of Kemper Castle. His strange and admirable Sea-fight with sixe huge Gallies of Spain, and nine thousand Souldiers. His taking prisoner, and hard usage. Lastly His setting at liberty by the King’s command, and return for England. London: Ptd. by M. F. for Richard Marriot. Rpt. with minor changes in spelling London: Ptd. for Richard Marriot, 1656; and London: Ptd. for Humphrey Moseley, 1659. A second part which has continuous pagination with the first was published as The Legend of Captaine Iones. Continued From his first part to his end. Wherein is delivered His incredible adventures and atchievements by sea and land. Particularly; His miraculous deliverance from a wrack at Sea by the support of a Dolphin. His severall desperate duels. His combate with “Bahader Cham” a gyant of the race of “Og”. His loves. His deep imployments and happy success in business of State. All which, and more is but the tithe of his owne relation, which he continued untill he grew speechlesse, and died. London: Ptd. by M. F. for Richard Marriot, 1648. Rpt. London: Ptd. for Richard Marriot, 1656; and London: Ptd. for Humphrey Moseley, 1659. O

Classic extraordinary voyage with visits to many imaginary countries including, in the second part, paradise. The protagonist also travels to No-land.