Byron, John. The narrative of the Honourable John Byron (commodore in a late expedition round the world) containing an account of the great distresses suffered by himself and his companions on the coast of Patagonia, from the year 1740, till their arrival in England, 1746. : With a description of St. Jago de Chili, and the manners and customs of the inhabitants. : Also a relation of the loss of the Wager man of war, one of Admiral Anson's squadron, 1768
Notes: John Byron was a grandfather of Lord Byron
Printed for S. Baker and G. Leigh; and T. Davies
Patagonia, Rare Book Collection
The Rockefeller University, "Byron, John" (1768). Rare Books. 5.