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Context of The second part of a narrative of the very extraordinary adventures and sufferings of Mr. William Wills, late surgeon on board the Durrington Indiaman, Captain Richard Crabb, in her late voyage to the East-Indies, under the convoy of Admiral Boscawen. Being A continued Series of Cruelty and Oppression, thro' the Jealousy and Ill-Nature of-, 'till his Arrival at Bombay;-Where he was tried by a Court-Martial of East-India Captains. Together with An Account of his Banishment to Goa, and his Voyage to Brazil, under Captain Kinsey, Commodore of a Portuguese Squadron. Interspersed with several curious original Love Letters, Certificates, Papers, Documents and Vouchers; and corroborated by the Testimony of a great Number of Witnesses now residing in Town. To which is added, an Account of his Trial at Guildhall in July last: Recommended to all generous and humane Souls, for the Benefit of the unhappy Sufferer, late a Prisoner at Capt. Crabb's Suit in the King's-Bench, Southwark, for Costs of his late Trial
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