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Avery, John - The King of Pirates, 1720 (ESTC T69707)
The king of pirates: being an account of the famous enterprises of Captain Avery, the mock king of Madagascar. With His Rambles and Piracies; wherein all the Sham Accounts formerly publish’d of him, are detected. In two letters from himself; one during his stay at Madagascar, and one since his escape from thence.
Place of Publication:
Printed for A. Bettesworth in Pater-Noster Row, C. King in Westminster-Hall, J. Brotherton and W. Meadows in Cornhill, W. Chetwood in Covent-Garden, and sold by W. Boreham in Pater-Noster Row
Attributed to Defoe by Lee, Trent, Moore, Novak, and Hutchins. The attribution is disputed by Furbank and Owens (Defoe De-Attributions).
Boston Public Library, Defoe 21.K51 1720
Lacks leaf N (pp. 89-90). Flyleaf note by William P. Trent observes, "Another copy sold at Sotheby's in November, 1922 lacked the same leaf."