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CAPTAIN GEORGE CARLETON,
THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES
OF MRS. CHRISTIAN DAVIES.
IN ONE VOLUME.
PRINTED BY D. A. TALBOYS,
FOR THOMAS TEGG, 73, CHEAPSIDE, LONDON.
THE following Memoirs of captain George Carleton, have been reprinted from the edition of sir Walter Scott, published at Edinburgh in 1809, collated with the edition of 1728; and the Life and Adventures of Mrs. Christian Davies, from the original edition.
Oxford, May, 1840.
Who serv'd in the Dutch War in 1672. to the Peace of Utrecht, in 1713.
Several Remarkable TRANSACTIONS both by Sea and Land, and in divers Countries, but chiefly those wherein the Author was personally concern'd.
A DESCRIPTION of many Cities, Towns, and Countries, in which he resided; their Manners and Customs, as well Religious as Civil, interspers'd with many curious OBSERVATIONS on their Monasteries and Nunneries, more particularly of the famous one at Montserat.
On the BULL-FEASTS, and other publick Diversions; as also on the Genius of the Spanish People, amongst whom he continued several Years a Prisoner of War. No Part of which has before been made publick.
By Capt. GEORGE CARLETON.
LONDON, Printed for E. SYMON, over against the Royal Exchange, Cornhill. M DCC XXVIII.