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The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27, Anno Dom. 1650

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27, Anno Dom. 1650 by Bland, Edward, d. 1653; Woode, Abraham; Brewster, Sackford; Pennant, EliasCreated by: Library Of CongressDated: 1651
The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.
The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27, Anno Dom. 1650 by Bland, Edward, d. 1653; Woode, Abraham; Brewster, Sackford; Pennant, Elias. Reprint of the London edition of 1651, with facsimile of t.-p
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The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The British Museum catalogue lists two copies each having a map, but the map appears from the description to be the one engraved for and published in Edward Williams' Virginia in America, London, 1851. It is qu... more

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The British Museum catalogue lists two copies each having a map, but the map appears from the description to be the one engraved for and published in Edward Williams' Virginia in America, London, 1851. It is qu... more

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The British Museum catalogue lists two copies each having a map, but the map appears from the description to be the one engraved for and published in Edward Williams' Virginia in America, London, 1851. It is qu... more

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The British Museum catalogue lists two copies each having a map, but the map appears from the description to be the one engraved for and published in Edward Williams' Virginia in America, London, 1851. It is qu... more

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The British Museum catalogue lists two copies each having a map, but the map appears from the description to be the one engraved for and published in Edward Williams' Virginia in America, London, 1851. It is qu... more

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The British Museum catalogue lists two copies each having a map, but the map appears from the description to be the one engraved for and published in Edward Williams' Virginia in America, London, 1851. It is qu... more

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The British Museum catalogue lists two copies each having a map, but the map appears from the description to be the one engraved for and published in Edward Williams' Virginia in America, London, 1851. It is qu... more

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The British Museum catalogue lists two copies each having a map, but the map appears from the description to be the one engraved for and published in Edward Williams' Virginia in America, London, 1851. It is qu... more

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The British Museum catalogue lists two copies each having a map, but the map appears from the description to be the one engraved for and published in Edward Williams' Virginia in America, London, 1851. It is qu... more

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The British Museum catalogue lists two copies each having a map, but the map appears from the description to be the one engraved for and published in Edward Williams' Virginia in America, London, 1851. It is qu... more

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The British Museum catalogue lists two copies each having a map, but the map appears from the description to be the one engraved for and published in Edward Williams' Virginia in America, London, 1851. It is qu... more

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The British Museum catalogue lists two copies each having a map, but the map appears from the description to be the one engraved for and published in Edward Williams' Virginia in America, London, 1851. It is qu... more

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The British Museum catalogue lists two copies each having a map, but the map appears from the description to be the one engraved for and published in Edward Williams' Virginia in America, London, 1851. It is qu... more

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The British Museum catalogue lists two copies each having a map, but the map appears from the description to be the one engraved for and published in Edward Williams' Virginia in America, London, 1851. It is qu... more

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The British Museum catalogue lists two copies each having a map, but the map appears from the description to be the one engraved for and published in Edward Williams' Virginia in America, London, 1851. It is qu... more

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The British Museum catalogue lists two copies each having a map, but the map appears from the description to be the one engraved for and published in Edward Williams' Virginia in America, London, 1851. It is qu... more

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The British Museum catalogue lists two copies each having a map, but the map appears from the description to be the one engraved for and published in Edward Williams' Virginia in America, London, 1851. It is qu... more

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The British Museum catalogue lists two copies each having a map, but the map appears from the description to be the one engraved for and published in Edward Williams' Virginia in America, London, 1851. It is qu... more

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The British Museum catalogue lists two copies each having a map, but the map appears from the description to be the one engraved for and published in Edward Williams' Virginia in America, London, 1851. It is qu... more

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The British Museum catalogue lists two copies each having a map, but the map appears from the description to be the one engraved for and published in Edward Williams' Virginia in America, London, 1851. It is qu... more

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The British Museum catalogue lists two copies each having a map, but the map appears from the description to be the one engraved for and published in Edward Williams' Virginia in America, London, 1851. It is qu... more

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The British Museum catalogue lists two copies each having a map, but the map appears from the description to be the one engraved for and published in Edward Williams' Virginia in America, London, 1851. It is qu... more

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. anno Dom. 1650.

The British Museum catalogue lists two copies each having a map, but the map appears from the description to be the one engraved for and published in Edward Williams' Virginia in America, London, 1851. It is qu... more

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