THE| LIFE| AND| STRANGE SURPRIZING| ADVENTURES| OF| ROBINSON CRUSOE,| Of YORK, MARINER:| Who lived Eight and Twenty Years, all| alone in an un-inhabited Island on the| Coast of AMERICA, near the Mouth of| the Great River of OROONOQUE;| Having been cast on Shore by Shipwreck, wherein all the Men perished but himself.| WITH| An Account how he was at last as strangely deli-|ver'd by PYRATES.| [rule]| Written by Himself.| [rule]| DUBLIN:| Printed for J. Gill in High-street, G. Grierson and R. Gunne in Essex-street, R.| Owen in Skinner-Row, and E. Dobson Junior in| Castle-street, Booksellers. MDCCXIX.
frontispiece [taken from Robinson Crusoe, vol. 1, 1st edition (London: W. Taylor, 1719).] signed: "James Gwim [or Givim] Sculp."]/ p. titlepage/ p.[3-4] preface/ p.-288/ 8°.
H. C. Hutchins (1925), p.148-50. - ESTC: n033850 [ESTC: n003157 offers an edition with the same imprint but 280 pp.].
Cf. [DeFoe, Daniel] Robinson Crusoe, vol. 1, 1st edition (London: W. Taylor, 1719).