A Voyage to the New Island Fonseca, Near Barbadoes, With some Observations Made in a Cruize among the Leward Islands. In Letters from Two Captains of Turkish Men of War, driven thither in the Year 1707. Translated out of Turkish and French

TitleA Voyage to the New Island Fonseca, Near Barbadoes, With some Observations Made in a Cruize among the Leward Islands. In Letters from Two Captains of Turkish Men of War, driven thither in the Year 1707. Translated out of Turkish and French
Year for Search1708
Date Published1708
PublisherNp
Place PublishedLondon
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Two letters, both imaginary voyages. The first describes Fonseca as a dystopia. The people are dirty, uneducated, drunk, etc. The second is a straightforward imaginary voyage to the Caribbean.

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Written in English.

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1708 A Voyage to the New Island Fonseca, Near Barbadoes, With some Observations Made in a Cruize among the Leward Islands. In Letters from Two Captains of Turkish Men of War, driven thither in the Year 1707. Translated out of Turkish and French [Written in English]. London: Np. ICN

Two letters, both imaginary voyages. The first describes Fonseca as a dystopia. The people are dirty, uneducated, drunk, etc. The second is a straightforward imaginary voyage to the Caribbean.