First Edition in Contemporary Calf
MORRIS, Drake. Travels of Mr. Drake Morris, Merchant in London. Containing His Sufferings and Distresses in Several Voyages at SEA. Written by Himself. London: Printed for the Author: And Sold by R. Baldwin, at the Rose in Pater-noster Row. , 1755.
First Edition. Twelvemo (6 11/16 x 3 7/8 inches; 170 x 100 mm). xix, [1, blank], 328, [2, blank] pp. Preliminary pages (Introduction and contents) xiii-xix bound out of order between pages 320-321, as in the University of Michigan copy. Complete.

Contemporary full calf. Boards double ruled in gilt. Some cracking to top outer hinge, but still firm. Paper repair to front pastedown. Previous owner's old ink signature on front free endpaper. Page 323 misnumbered 223 as usual. Overall a very good copy.

“Rare and curious account of the buccaneers, by a captive who was forced to join them in the Island of Tortuga” (Sabin 50810)

ESTC T99702. Sabin 50810.

HBS # 68108 $2,250