'The Jelly Fish', observed by William Funnell by Anonymous

'The Jelly Fish', observed by William Funnell


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'The Jelly Fish', observed by William Funnell


Side view of a fish described by Funnell as being "14 inches long, and about 2 inches deep; with a very sharp Sett of Teeth, a very curious sparkling Eye, a long extended Mouth, a monstrous high Fin on his Backà" Plate facing p.5 in: A voyage round the world. Being an account of Capt.William Dampier's expedition to the South Seas in the ship St.George. With his various adventures and engagements by W Funnell; within volume 4 of A collection of voyages..., by William Dampier et.al., 4 volumes, (London, James and John Knapton, 1729). William Funnell (active early 18th century) sailor and explorer, acted as Mate aboard the vessel St George, captained by William Dampier (1651-1715).

Original: copperplate engraving. 1729

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