A Voyage to the South Sea
by William Bligh
Publisher: G. Nicol 1792
Number of pages: 316
William Bligh's second book about the Bounty mutiny, with a more detailed account of the breadfruit expedition that preceded the mutiny. He enlarged on his original work, providing the complete start to finish narrative in a single volume.
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