The English Travels of Sir John Percival and William Byrd II: The Percival Diary of 1701
Recounts a tour of England by two men who were later important in colonial Virginia and Georgia. The transcript of the text retains the original spelling and abbreviations, and is extensively annotated. Includes contemporary drawings of people and places, an appendix of related correspondence, and a background of the travelers and the tour. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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