The Wonderful | LIFE, | And most Surprising | ADVENTURES | OF | ROBINSON CRUSOE, | OF YORK, MARINER, | Containing a full and particular Account, | how he lived Eight and Twenty Years in an Un- | inhabited Island, on the Coat of America ; how his | Ship was lost in a Storm, and all his Companions drowned, and how he was cast upon the Shore | by the Wreck. With a true Relation how he was | at last miraculously preserved by Pyrates. |Faithfully Epitomized from the Three Volumes, and | adorn’d with Cuts suited to the most remarkable Stories. | [Filet] | LONDON: | Printed for C. Hitch, at the Pet Lyon, in Pater-Noster- | Row; R. Ware, at the Bible and Sun, on Ludgate- | Hill; and J. Hodges, at the Looking-Glass, on Lon- | don Bridge. 1752.