American Colonial Tracts Monthly ...: Smith, J. New England's trials. 2d ed. 1622

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G.P. Humphrey, 1616 - United States
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1898 seems to be the date and quality of this book. Someone backdated nearly 300 years.

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Page 21 - A Description of the Province of New Albion. And a Direction for Adventurers with small stock to get two for one, and good land freely : And for Gentlemen, and all Servants, Labourers, and Artificers to live plentifully.
Page 19 - A DESCRIPTION OF THE PROVINCE OF NEW ALBION. And a Direction for Adventurers with small stock to get two for one, and good land freely : And for Gentlemen, and all Servants, Labourers, and Artificers to live plentifully.
Page 20 - Who can desire more content that hath small means or but only his merit, to advance his fortunes, than to tread and plant that ground he hath purchased by the hazard of his life ; if he have but the taste of virtue...
Page 8 - A Petition of WC exhibited to the High Court of Parliament now assembled, for the propagating of the Gospel in America, and the West Indies...
Page 42 - PLANTER'S (the) plea : or the grounds of plantations examined, and usual objections answered, together with a manifestation of the causes moving such as have lately undertaken a plantation in New England, for the satisfaction of those that question the lawfulnesse of that action.
Page 9 - Lumbardy, and Verona, with a great part of the most famous State of Venice, the Dukedoms of Bononia, Mantua, Ferrara, Ravenna, Bolognia, Florence, Pisa, Sienna, Urbine, Ancona, and the ancient Citie and Countrey of Rome, with a great part of the great Kingdome of Naples.
Page 65 - Therefore, honorable and worthy countrymen, let not the meanness of the word fish distaste you, for it will afford as good gold as the mines of Guiana or Tumbatu, with less hazard and charge, and more certainty and facility, and so I humbly rest.
Page 67 - Nova Britannia offering most excellent fruites by planting in Virginia: exciting all such as be well affected to further the same...
Page iii - I heere present your Highness the description in a Map ; my humble su[i]te is, you would please to change their Barbarous names, for such English, as Posterity may say, Prince Charles was their Godfather.
Page 63 - ... we were forced to change counsel, and for our present shelter to plant dispersedly, some at Charlestown, which standeth on the north side of the mouth of Charles River ; some on the south side thereof, which place we named Boston (as we intended to have done the place we first resolved on) ; some of us upon Mistick, which we named Meadford...

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