London, S. Fisher & T. Unwin [and] S. Fisher & T. Hurst, 1799 & c1800. Later Edition. First Impression. Hardback. A good copy. Two books bound as one, both reprints (both originally published in the 1750s I believe). Uncommon. An extraordinary pair of adventures, set in Africa involving slavery, piracy and cannibals. Bound in full calf, not recent but probably not contemporary. Condition: leather a little chipped and rubbed. Some spotting to the edges, stain to the foreedge. Internally in nice shape, likely trimmed when bound. Full titles: The Voyages, Shipwreck, Travels, Distresses, strange Adventures, and Miraculous Preservation of William Bingfield, Esq. who, with two others, was cast away on a Desolated Island, where they discovered the surprising ferocity and tractable diposition of that amazing Animal called the Dog Bird. [and] The Genuine Life, Singular Adventures, Voyages, and Travels of Howell ap David Price, A Native of Wales. [10390, Hyraxia Books].