BLIGH, William (1754-1817). A Voyage to the South Sea ... for the purpose of conveying the Bread-fruit Tree to the West Indies, in His Majesty's Ship the Bounty ... including an account of the Mutiny on Board said Ship. Dublin: Printed by E. Fitzpatrick, 1792.
8° (203 x 130mm). Half-title, engraved portrait and one plate. Contemporary calf, gilt-ruled spine, black calf label, (short tear at upper hinge). FIRST DUBLIN EDITION. Ferguson 127.
Relation de L'Enlevement du Navire Le Bounty. Paris: Firmin Didot, and Amsterdam: Gabriel Dufour, 1790. 8° (204 x 136mm). 3 folding engraved maps. Uncut in modern red morocco gilt. FIRST FRENCH EDITION. Ferguson 73.
Voyage a La Mer Sud,... Paris: Garnery, Buisson, et al, 1792. 8° (215 x 135mm). Folding engraved plate, 2 folding maps. Uncut in original lavender wrappers, ms. spine label. First French edition. Ferguson 128.
William Bligh's... Reise in das Sudmeer,... nebst Jean Francois de Surville, Reise in das Sudmeer, Berlin: Bossischen, 1793. 8° (210 x 134mm). Folding engraved route map and 3 plates, 1 folding. Contemporary quarter calf and boards, (early library stamp on title). FIRST GERMAN EDITION. Ferguson 147.
Reise til Sydhavet. Copenhagen, 1800. 8° (164 x 113mm). Contemporary calf and boards, (spine rubbed). FIRST DANISH EDITION. Ferguson 304. [and:] [E.J.J.] A Letter to a Gentleman in New-England. Worcester: Daniel Greenleaf, 1803. 8°, disbound. Description of the house built for Bligh at Matavai Bay by the Tahitians who expected his return to the islands. together with a copy of The Annual Register for the Year 1790 with "Account of the miraculous escape of Captain Bligh, of the Bounty Sloop." (7)