The Life and singular adventures of Charles Henry Copeland : who was, by birth, heir to an immense property; but being of an eccentric, roving disposition, he left his native place, and passed through a variety of scenes, till he embraced a seafaring life : in his first voyage he suffered shipwreck, and in the next captivity; but returning to England, he had the happiness to be reconciled to his father, and espousing the fair faithful object of his affentions, with whom he is now settled, in a splendid stile, in one of the principal squares of the metropolis


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The Life and singular adventures of Charles Henry Copeland : who was, by birth, heir to an immense property; but being of an eccentric, roving disposition, he left his native place, and passed through a variety of scenes, till he embraced a seafaring life : in his first voyage he suffered shipwreck, and in the next captivity; but returning to England, he had the happiness to be reconciled to his father, and espousing the fair faithful object of his affentions, with whom he is now settled, in a splendid stile, in one of the principal squares of the metropolis

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This item features in the Monash University Library exhibition Tall Tales and True: Journeys Real and Imagined. View the virtual exhibition
Apparently fiction. Chap book. Hand-coloured frontispiece.

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[2],37,[1] p. [1] leaf of plates :ill. ; 18 cm.

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“The Life and singular adventures of Charles Henry Copeland : who was, by birth, heir to an immense property; but being of an eccentric, roving disposition, he left his native place, and passed through a variety of scenes, till he embraced a seafaring life : in his first voyage he suffered shipwreck, and in the next captivity; but returning to England, he had the happiness to be reconciled to his father, and espousing the fair faithful object of his affentions, with whom he is now settled, in a splendid stile, in one of the principal squares of the metropolis ,” Monash Collections Online, accessed July 4, 2020, http://repository.erc.monash.edu/items/show/36093

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