Detail View: JCB Archive of Early American Images: N. 1 [Palm tree]. N. 2 [Fish]. N. 3. [Fish] N. 4 Bat.

Accession number: 
04426
Record number: 
04426-012
JCB call number: 
D712 C772
Image title: 
N. 1 [Palm tree]. N. 2 [Fish]. N. 3. [Fish] N. 4 Bat.
Place image published: 
[London]
Image publisher: 
[ printed by H. M. for B. Lintot and R. Gosling in Fleet-Street, A. Bettesworth on London-Bridge, and W. Innys in St. Paul's Church-Yard]
Image date: 
[1712]
Image function: 
plate, vol. 1, following p. 170
Technique: 
engraving
Image dimension height: 
15 cm.
Image dimension width: 
9.3 cm.
Page dimension height: 
19 cm.
Page dimension width: 
11.5 cm.
Materials medium: 
ink
Materials support: 
paper
Description: 
No. 1 Banana palm. N. 2 An albacore tuna. N. 3 A bonito tuna. N. 4 A long-eared bat.
Source creator: 
Cooke, Edward, Captain
Source Title: 
A voyage to the South Sea, and round the world, perform'd in the years 1708, 1709, 1710, and 1711. Containing a journal of all memorable transactions ... With a new map and description of the mighty River of the Amazons. Wherein an account is given of Mr. Alexander Selkirk
Source place of publication: 
London
Source publisher: 
printed by H. M. for B. Lintot and R. Gosling in Fleet-Street, A. Bettesworth on London-Bridge, and W. Innys in St. Paul's Church-Yard
Source date: 
1712
notes: 
In William Funnell's book these fish was identified as an albacore tuna and a bonito tuna. William Dampier's third circumnavigation of the world included Edward Cooke and Woodes Rogers who wrote about their voyage which included the rescue of Alexander Selkirk who had been left on Juan Fernandez Island on Dampier's previous circumnavigation in 1704. William Funnell, historian of the expedition, also wrote a book describing the voyage.
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