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The Resource A new and most exact account of the fertiles [sic] and famous colony of Carolina (on the continent of America) : whose latitude is from 26 deg. of North latitude, to 29 deg. Together with a maritine [sic] account of its rivers, barrs, soundings and harbours; also of the natives, their religion, traffick and commodities. Likewise the advantages accrewing to all adventurers by the customs of the countrey; being the most healthful and fertile of His Majesties territories on the said continent of America. As also an account of the islands of Bermudas, the harbours, situation, people, commodities, &c. belonging to the said islands; the whole being a compendious account of a voyage made (by an ingenious person) for a full discovery of the above-said places. Begun in October 82, and finished this present year, 1683, (electronic resource)

A new and most exact account of the fertiles [sic] and famous colony of Carolina (on the continent of America) : whose latitude is from 26 deg. of North latitude, to 29 deg. Together with a maritine [sic] account of its rivers, barrs, soundings and harbours; also of the natives, their religion, traffick and commodities. Likewise the advantages accrewing to all adventurers by the customs of the countrey; being the most healthful and fertile of His Majesties territories on the said continent of America. As also an account of the islands of Bermudas, the harbours, situation, people, commodities, &c. belonging to the said islands; the whole being a compendious account of a voyage made (by an ingenious person) for a full discovery of the above-said places. Begun in October 82, and finished this present year, 1683, (electronic resource)

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A new and most exact account of the fertiles [sic] and famous colony of Carolina (on the continent of America) : whose latitude is from 26 deg. of North latitude, to 29 deg. Together with a maritine [sic] account of its rivers, barrs, soundings and harbours; also of the natives, their religion, traffick and commodities. Likewise the advantages accrewing to all adventurers by the customs of the countrey; being the most healthful and fertile of His Majesties territories on the said continent of America. As also an account of the islands of Bermudas, the harbours, situation, people, commodities, &c. belonging to the said islands; the whole being a compendious account of a voyage made (by an ingenious person) for a full discovery of the above-said places. Begun in October 82, and finished this present year, 1683
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A new and most exact account of the fertiles [sic] and famous colony of Carolina (on the continent of America)
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whose latitude is from 26 deg. of North latitude, to 29 deg. Together with a maritine [sic] account of its rivers, barrs, soundings and harbours; also of the natives, their religion, traffick and commodities. Likewise the advantages accrewing to all adventurers by the customs of the countrey; being the most healthful and fertile of His Majesties territories on the said continent of America. As also an account of the islands of Bermudas, the harbours, situation, people, commodities, &c. belonging to the said islands; the whole being a compendious account of a voyage made (by an ingenious person) for a full discovery of the above-said places. Begun in October 82, and finished this present year, 1683
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eng
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C6770A
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Wing (2nd ed.)
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Crafford, John
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no index present
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non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • North Carolina
  • North Carolina
  • South Carolina
  • South Carolina
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general
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A new and most exact account of the fertiles [sic] and famous colony of Carolina (on the continent of America) : whose latitude is from 26 deg. of North latitude, to 29 deg. Together with a maritine [sic] account of its rivers, barrs, soundings and harbours; also of the natives, their religion, traffick and commodities. Likewise the advantages accrewing to all adventurers by the customs of the countrey; being the most healthful and fertile of His Majesties territories on the said continent of America. As also an account of the islands of Bermudas, the harbours, situation, people, commodities, &c. belonging to the said islands; the whole being a compendious account of a voyage made (by an ingenious person) for a full discovery of the above-said places. Begun in October 82, and finished this present year, 1683, (electronic resource)
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  • "Taken by John Crafford, who was supercargo of the goodship the James of Erwin burthen about 50 tuns" --P. 7
  • Imperfect: print show-through, and some pages torn, with loss of text
  • Reproduction of original in: New York Public Library
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7 p
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  • (OCoLC)489260510
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A new and most exact account of the fertiles [sic] and famous colony of Carolina (on the continent of America) : whose latitude is from 26 deg. of North latitude, to 29 deg. Together with a maritine [sic] account of its rivers, barrs, soundings and harbours; also of the natives, their religion, traffick and commodities. Likewise the advantages accrewing to all adventurers by the customs of the countrey; being the most healthful and fertile of His Majesties territories on the said continent of America. As also an account of the islands of Bermudas, the harbours, situation, people, commodities, &c. belonging to the said islands; the whole being a compendious account of a voyage made (by an ingenious person) for a full discovery of the above-said places. Begun in October 82, and finished this present year, 1683, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • "Taken by John Crafford, who was supercargo of the goodship the James of Erwin burthen about 50 tuns" --P. 7
  • Imperfect: print show-through, and some pages torn, with loss of text
  • Reproduction of original in: New York Public Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
ocn489260510e
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
7 p
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • ocn489260510e\
  • (OCoLC)489260510

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