being an account drawn out of contemporary letters and relations, both Spanish and English, of which the most part are now for the first time made public, concerning the voyage of Sir Walter Ralegh, knight, to Guiana in the year 1617 and the fatal consequences of the same
London, The Argonaut Press, 1932.
tall 8vo. ppvii 379. portrait and two maps.
very good bright condition hardback in the original brown buckram boards and white cloth spine. corner cut from front free end-paper and neat purchase date at foot. small mark to front board.
an unnumbered copy from a limited edition of 775, printed on japon vellum.