El pirata Koseng, 1663. [ca. 1830]


El pirata Koseng, 1663. [ca. 1830]

Unsigned nineteenth-century copy, before 1860, of a chapter of Pedro Murillo Velarde's Historia de la Provincia de Philipinas de la Compañía de Jesús (Manila, 1749), containing an account of the exploits in the Philippines of the Chinese pirate Chʹeng-kung Cheng, also known as Koseng.

[28] p., bound ; 23 cm.


SNAC Resource ID: 7372160

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