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A short collection of the most remarkable passages from the originall to the dissolution of the Virginia Company [electronic resource] .

Author/Creator:
Woodnoth, Arthur, 1590?-1650.
Publication:
London : Prin[t]ed by Richard Cotes for Edward Husband, 1651.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (2 preliminary leaves, 20 pages)
Series:
LLMC-digital (Series)
Early English books online
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Other Title:
Account and observation taken by A.W. a true friend and servant to Sir Iohn Danvers, and the Parliament-int. rest. Containing a great part of his more publick transactions, concerning the Plantation of Virginia, &c.
Subjects:
Virginia Company of London -- History -- Early works to 1800.
Virginia Company of London.
Virginia -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 -- Early works to 1800.
Virginia.
Form/Genre:
Early works.
History.
Electronic books.
Contents:
To the Honorable Company of the Adventurers for the Sommer (alias Bermudas Islands) / A.P.
Notes:
Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (LLMC Digital, viewed May 10, 2018).
Attributed to Arthur Woodnoth (See NUC pre-1956); the "Epistle dedicatory" specifies that the author is Arthur Woodnoth.
"Postscript. I desire my cousen Will. Woodnoth to offer this seasonably according to the communication had thereof between us; and if in the meantime he can get to view the court-books of the Virginia Company, and the orders of the Councel Bord, he shal doe well to add the yeer of our Lord in the margent at every main transaction. A.W."--Page 20.
Epistle dedicatory written "To the Honorable Company of the Adventurers for the Sommer (alias Bermudas) Islands." Signed: A.P.
Cited in:
Sabin, 104974
Other format:
Print version: Woodnoth, Arthur, 1590?-1650? Short collection of the most remarkable passages from the originall to the dissolution of the Virginia Company.
OCLC:
85802093
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