My Pirate Library, pp. 29-30. " /> AVENEAU DE LUSSAN, ___ Sieur de. <I>A Journal of a Voyage made into the South Sea, by the Bucaniers or Freebooters of America...</I>London: for Thomas Newborough, 1698. 8<V>o (194 x 114 mm.) (Two leaves with closed marginal tears), else very good. Modern crushed brown morocco. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION of this separate appearance of an account initially appended to the second volume of the 1699 Exquemelin. Wing R322. Sabin 67986. "A rare and charming little book, de Lussan, a Parisian of good birth and education, took to filibustering to retrieve his fortunes. He was one of the religious pirates, and he never allowed a Sapinish town to be plundered until his crew had attended Mass in the Cathedral. He was also a great ladies man." Gosse, <I>My Pirate Library</I>, pp. 29-30. | Christie's