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MLA

Cockburn, John. The Unfortunate Englishmen: Or, A Faithful Narrative, of the Distresses and Adventures of John Cockburn, and Five Other English Mariners; Viz. Thomas Bounce, John Holland, Richard Banister, John Balman and Thomas Robinson. Who Were Taken by a Spanish Guarda Costa, In the John and Anne, Edwad Burt, Master, and Set On Shore At a Place Call'd Porto Cavallo, Naked and Wounded. Containing a Jouney Over Land From the Gulph of Honduras to the Great South Sea, Wherein Is Some New and Very Useful Discoveries of the Inland of Those Almost Unknown Parts of America. As Also an Account of the Manners, Customs, and Behaviour of the Several Indians Inhabiting a Tract of Land of 2400 Miles; Particularly of Their Dispositions Towards the Spaniards and English. The fourth edition. London: Printed, and sold by all the booksellers, in town and country, 1779.

APA

Cockburn, J. (1779). The unfortunate Englishmen: Or, A faithful narrative, of the distresses and adventures of John Cockburn, and five other English mariners; viz. Thomas Bounce, John Holland, Richard Banister, John Balman and Thomas Robinson. Who were taken by a Spanish Guarda Costa, in the John and Anne, Edwad Burt, master, and set on shore at a place call'd Porto Cavallo, naked and wounded. Containing a jouney over land from the gulph of Honduras to the Great South Sea, wherein is some new and very useful discoveries of the inland of those almost unknown parts of America. As also an account of the manners, customs, and behaviour of the several Indians inhabiting a tract of land of 2400 miles; particularly of their dispositions towards the Spaniards and English. The fourth edition. London: Printed, and sold by all the booksellers, in town and country.

Chicago

Cockburn, John, The Unfortunate Englishmen: Or, A Faithful Narrative, of the Distresses and Adventures of John Cockburn, and Five Other English Mariners; Viz. Thomas Bounce, John Holland, Richard Banister, John Balman and Thomas Robinson. Who Were Taken by a Spanish Guarda Costa, In the John and Anne, Edwad Burt, Master, and Set On Shore At a Place Call'd Porto Cavallo, Naked and Wounded. Containing a Jouney Over Land From the Gulph of Honduras to the Great South Sea, Wherein Is Some New and Very Useful Discoveries of the Inland of Those Almost Unknown Parts of America. As Also an Account of the Manners, Customs, and Behaviour of the Several Indians Inhabiting a Tract of Land of 2400 Miles; Particularly of Their Dispositions Towards the Spaniards and English. The fourth edition. London: Printed, and sold by all the booksellers, in town and country, 1779.