2 edition of houre glasse of Indian newes, or, A true and tragicall discourse found in the catalog.
houre glasse of Indian newes, or, A true and tragicall discourse
Nicholl, John emigrant to Guiana.
Photocopy. Boston : Massachusetts Historical Society, .  p. : positive ; 24 cm. Reproduced from a copy in the Henry E. Huntington Library, February 1925. No. 131. Reproduction and numbering information from bifolium mounted on front-free endpaper. On double leaves. LC copy assigned local series title: Americana series.
|Other titles||Houre glasse of Indian newes, True and tragicall discourse|
|Statement||written by Iohn Nicholl ...|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Series||Americana series (Massachusetts Historical Society) ;, no. 131.|
|LC Classifications||F2100 .N62|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
|LC Control Number||25005884|
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An Houre Glasse of Indian Newes; Or, a True and Tragicall Discourse, Shewing the Most Lamentable Miseries, and Distressed Calamities indured by 67 Englishmen, which were Sent for a Supply to the Planting in Guiana in the year Front Cover Front Cover 1 Front Cover 2 Table of Contents Table of Contents Front Matter Front Matter 1 Front Matter 2.
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True and happy newes from Worcester read in the honourable House of Commons, Septem. 24, sent in a letter from His Excellencie the Earle of Essex upon Saturday the 24 of September, to the House of Commons: wherein is declared a famous victory by Master Fines a member: Saintliger, W., Sir (William), d.
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A relation of some yeares trauaile begunne anno Into Afrique and the greater Asia, especially the territories of the Persian monarchie: and some parts of the orientall Indies, and iles adiacent.Choyce Drollery far exceeded all the rancour against these bolder sinners, or the previous year's delightful miscellany of merriment and true poetry, the Wifs Interpreter of industrious J[ohn] C[otgrave]; to whom, despite multitudinous typographical errors, we owe thanks, both for Wifs Interpreter and for the.Uncannily enough, the first Englishman to begin growing commercially successful tobacco in Virginia was also the first Englishman to marry an Indian: in the same breath Ralph Hamor praises John Rolfe's importation of tobacco seeds and his marriage to Pocahontas, both done "merely for the good and honor of the Plantation" (True Discourse, D4v.