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 Frontispiece
 Title Page
 Table of Contents
 Biographical sketch of Daniel...
 Robinson's family, etc. - His elopement...
 First adventures at sea, and experience...
 Robinson's captivity at Sallee...
 He settles in the Brazils as a...
 Robinson finds himself in a desolate...
 Carries all his riches, provisions,...
 Robinson's mode of reckoning time...
 Robinson's journal - Details of...
 Robinson obtains more articles...
 His recovery - His comfort in reading...
 Robinson makes a tour to explore...
 He returns to his cave - His agricultural...
 His manufacture of pottery, and...
 Meditates his escape from the island...
 He makes a smaller canoe, in which...
 He rears a flock of goats - His...
 Unexpected alarm and cause for...
 Precautions against surprise -...
 Robinson discovers a cave, which...
 Another visit of the savages -...
 He visits the wreck and obtains...
 Robinson rescues one of their captives...
 Robinson instructs and civilizes...
 Robinson and Friday build a canoe...
 Robinson releases a Spaniard -...
 Robinson discovers himself to the...
 Atkins entreats the captain to...
 Robinson goes to Lisbon, where...
 Friday's encounter with a bear...
 He is seized with a desire to revisit...
 Robinson's ship relieves the crew...
 Relieves the crew of a bristol...
 Robinson and Friday go on shore...
 The account continued - Quarrels...
 The mutinous Englishmen are dismissed...
 Several savages killed; the remainder...
 Robinson learns from the Spaniards...
 Robinson's discourse with the ecclesiastic...
 Atkins relates his conversation...
 Encounter with savages at sea -...
 The vessel touches at Madagascar...
 Meets with an English merchant,...
 Journey to Pekin - Robinson joins...
 Route through Muscovy - Robinson...






Group Title: life and surprising adventures of Robinson Crusoe of York, mariner
Title: The Life and surprising adventures of Robinson Crusoe of York, mariner
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Title: The Life and surprising adventures of Robinson Crusoe of York, mariner
Uniform Title: Robinson Crusoe
Physical Description: xxiii, 469, 1 p. : ill. ; 20 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731 ( Author, Primary )
Harvey, William, 1796-1866 ( Illustrator )
Adams ( Engraver )
Harper & Brothers ( Publisher )
Defoe, Daniel 1661? 1731 Farther adventures of Robinson Crusoe
Publisher: Harper & Brothers
Place of Publication: New York (Franklin Square)
Publication Date: 1871
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Castaways -- Juvenile fiction   ( lcsh )
Shipwrecks -- Juvenile fiction   ( lcsh )
Survival after airplane accidents, shipwrecks, etc -- Juvenile fiction   ( lcsh )
Imaginary voyages -- 1871   ( rbgenr )
Baldwin -- 1871
Genre: Imaginary voyages   ( rbgenr )
fiction   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York
 Notes
Citation/Reference: Lovett, R.W. Robinson Crusoe, 430 (unlisted reissue)
Statement of Responsibility: with a biographical account of Defoe ; illustrated with fifty characteristic cuts, from drawings by William Harvey ; and engraved by Adams.
General Note: Spine title: Robinson Crusoe.
General Note: Front. included in pre-paging; vignette on final page.
General Note: Parts I and II of Robinson Crusoe, divided into numbered sections. Part II originally published under title: The farther adventures of Robinson Crusoe.
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Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 28050577
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Table of Contents
    Frontispiece
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    Title Page
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    Table of Contents
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    Biographical sketch of Daniel Defoe
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    Robinson's family, etc. - His elopement from his parents
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    First adventures at sea, and experience of a maritime life - Voyage to Guinea
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    Robinson's captivity at Sallee - Escape with Xury - Arrival at the Brazils
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    He settles in the Brazils as a planter - Makes another voyage, and is shipwrecked
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    Robinson finds himself in a desolate island - Procures a stock of articles from the wreck - Constructs his habitation
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    Carries all his riches, provisions, etc. into his habitation - Dreariness of solitude - Consolatory reflections
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    Robinson's mode of reckoning time - Difficulties arising from want of tools - He arranges his habitation
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    Robinson's journal - Details of his domestic economy and contrivances - Shock of an earthquake
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    Robinson obtains more articles from the wreck - His illness and affliction
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    His recovery - His comfort in reading the scriptures - Makes an excursion into the interior of the island - Forms his "bower"
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    Robinson makes a tour to explore his island - Employed in basket-making
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    He returns to his cave - His agricultural labours and success
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    His manufacture of pottery, and contrivance for baking bread
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    Meditates his escape from the island - Builds a canoe - Failure of his scheme - Resignation to his condition - Makes himself a new dress
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    He makes a smaller canoe, in which he attempts to cruise round the island - His perilous situation at sea - He returns home
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    He rears a flock of goats - His diary - His domestic habits and style of living - Increasing prosperity
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    Unexpected alarm and cause for apprehension - He fortifies his abode
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    Precautions against surprise - Robinson discovers that his island has been visited by cannibals
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    Robinson discovers a cave, which serves him as a retreat against the savages
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    Another visit of the savages - Robinson sees them dancing - Perceives the wreck of a vessel
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    He visits the wreck and obtains many stores from it - Again thinks of quitting the island - Has a remarkable dream
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    Robinson rescues one of their captives from the savages, whom he names Friday, and makes his servant
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    Robinson instructs and civilizes his man Friday
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    Robinson and Friday build a canoe to carry them to Friday's country - Their scheme prevented by the arrival of a party of savages
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    Robinson releases a Spaniard - Friday discovers his father - Accommodation provided for these new guests - Who are afterwards sent to liberate the other Spaniards - Arrival of an English vessel
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    Robinson discovers himself to the English captain - Assists him in reducing his mutinous crew, who submit to him
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    Atkins entreats the captain to spare his life - The latter recovers his vessel from the mutineers, and Robinson leaves the island
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    Robinson goes to Lisbon, where he finds the Portuguese captain, who renders him an account of his property in the Brazils - Sets out on his return to England, by land
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    Friday's encounter with a bear - Robinson and his fellow-travellers attacked by a flock of wolves - His arrangement of his affairs, and marriage after his return to England
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    He is seized with a desire to revisit his island - Loses his wife - Is tempted to go to sea again - Takes out a cargo for his colony
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    Robinson's ship relieves the crew of a French vessel that had caught fire
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    Relieves the crew of a bristol ship, who are starving - Arrives at his island
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    Robinson and Friday go on shore - The latter meets with his father - Account of what passed on the island after Robinson's quitting it
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    The account continued - Quarrels between the Englishmen - A battle between two parties of savages who visit the island - Fresh mutiny among the settlers
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    The mutinous Englishmen are dismissed from the island - Return with several captive savages - Take the females as wives - Arrival of savages
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    Several savages killed; the remainder leave the island - A fleet of them afterwards arrive - A general battle - The savages are overcome, and tranquillity restored
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    Robinson learns from the Spaniards the difficulties they had to encounter - He furnishes the people with tools, etc. - The French ecclesiastic
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    Robinson's discourse with the ecclesiastic as to introducing marriages among the people - Marriages performed - Atkins converts his wife
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    Atkins relates his conversation with his wife - The latter baptized by the priest - Account of the starving state of those on board the rescued vessel - Robinson's departure from the island
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    Encounter with savages at sea - Friday's death - Robinson finds his former partner in the Brazils - Sails for the East Indies
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    The vessel touches at Madagascar - Affray with the natives, who are massacred by the crew - The sailors afterward refuse to sail with Robinson, who is left by his nephew, the captain in Bengal
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    Meets with an English merchant, with whom he makes some trading voyages - They are mistaken for pirates - Vanquish their pursuers - Voyage to China - Rencounter with the Cochin-Chinese - Island of Formosa - Gulf of Nanquin - Apprehensions of falling into the hands of the Dutch
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    Journey to Pekin - Robinson joins a caravan proceeding to Moscow - Rencounters with the Tartars
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    Route through Muscovy - Robinson and a Scots merchant destroy an idol - The whole caravan in great peril from the pursuit of the Pagans - Tobolski - Muscovite exiles - Departure from Tobolski - Encounter with a troop of robbers in the desert - Robinson reaches Archangel, and finally arrives in England
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