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Strange news from Plymouth, or, A wonderful and tragical relation of a voyage from the Indies
|Other titles||Wonderful and tragical relation of a voyage from the Indies|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1670:26|
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Strange news from Plymouth, or, A wonderful and tragical relation of a voyage from the Indies: where by extraordinary hardships, and the extremities of the late great frost, several of the seamen and others miserably perish'd: and for want of provision, cast-lots for their lives, and were forced to eat one another, and how a Dutch merchant eat part of his own children, and then murdered.
Sailors casting lots to see who might be killed and eaten so that those remaining might survive appeared as early as the Janeway and Mather texts and also in Strange News from Plymouth: Or, a Wonderful and Tragical Relation of a Voyage from the Indies (London, ).
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