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Steele, Richard, Inkle and Yarico (1711)

ecdaTeam X Close ecda : : bookmarks Manage your ecda bookmarks and bookmark collections. You need to Login or Register to bookmark/favorite this content. AbstractThe supposedly factual narrative may have first appeared in Richard Ligon’s A True and Exact History of the Island of Barbadoes published in 1657. In this 1711 version, published in The […]

Steele, Richard, The Spectator Collection (1767)

ecdaTeam X Close ecda : : bookmarks Manage your ecda bookmarks and bookmark collections. You need to Login or Register to bookmark/favorite this content. AbstractThis pdf represents the 1711 issues of the London periodical, The Spectator, collected and published in Glasgow in 1767 by Richard Steele. Within this collection is the Story of Inkle and […]

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