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Everard's three years' suffering on the coast of Assada, near Madagascar.
The Mosqueto Indian and his golden river, being a familiar description of the Mosquito kingdom, in America. Written (in or about the year 1699) by M. W.
Lord's discovery of two forreigne sects in the East-Indies.
May's wonderful preservation of the ship Terra Nova, homeward bound from Virginia.
Skippon's Journey through part of the Low Countries, Germany, Italy,
et du Perou, fait pendant les années 1712, 1713, et 1714.
edition of 1716. The supplement consists of Frezier's reply to Father
Feuillée's criticisms in the preface to his third volume (1725). 7 LIMA FUNDADA, o conquista del Peru. Poema heroyco, en que se declara toda la historia del descubrimiento y sugecion
y de sus provincias por D. Franco. Pizarro, Marques de los Atabillos, inclyto y primer governador de este vasto imperio. Y se contiene la serie de los reyes, la historia de los virreyes y arzobispos, que ha tenido, y la memoria de los santos y varones ilustres que la ciudad y reyno han producido, &c. Por el Dr. Pedro de Peralta Barnuevo Rocha
Peru by Pizarro.
aumento del Real Erario y conseguir la felicidad, mayor alivio, riqueza y abundancia de su Monarquia, &c. Hecha por Don Miguel de Zavala y Auñon.
Madrid. This writer proposes that the commerce with America should be carried on 1732.
by Spaniards alone, and that its produce should circulate in Spain only.
the trade of Great Britain, the increase of our people, and the
some account of the country, and the design of the trustees. Quarto, pp. 48, map, &c.
London. A second edition, printed in the same year, has the author's name, Benjamin
Martyn, esq. on the title-page. 2 *Account of the designs of the trustees for establishing the
colony of Georgia, annexed to a sermon preached at their first
yearly meeting, 25th February, 1730—31. By Samuel Smith. Quarto.
sented by themselves ; signed by the President of the Council
the planters of tobacco in Virginia. In a letter to Sir I. R.
English Leeward Charibbee Islands, on Saturday, June 30th,
and Spanish settlements adjacent thereto. By Henry Popple. Folio, 20 plates.
hitherto published of America. It contains a number of views of cities
1733. 7 Histoire des VECOUVertes et conquetes des Portuguais dans
le Nouveau Monde ; avec des figures en taille-douce. Par
le R. P. Joseph François Lafitau, de la Cie. de Jesus. Paris. Quarto, 2 vols. The title of this work is not very appropriate, as it relates almost entirely
to the discoveries and conquests made by the Portuguese in Asia and
Africa. It is, however, an esteemed and well-written work. 8 DESCRIPCION CHOROGRAPHICA del terreno, rios, arboles, y
animales de las dilatadissimas provincias del gran Chaco,
it was printed.
fourth and fifth parts by Don Diego de Santistovan Osorio. See 1597.
MDCCXXXIV. 1 AN EXTRACT of the journals of Mr. Commissary Von Reck,
who conducted the first transport of Saltzburgers to Georgia: and of the Rev. Mr. Bolzius, one of their ministers. Giving an account of their voyage to, and happy settlement in that province. Published by the direction of the society for promoting christian knowledge.
London. 72. A very
curious and interesting little work relating to the establishment of Ebenezer by the Saltzburgers. 2 A SERMON preached at St. George's church, Hanover-square, on
Sunday, February 17, 1731, to recommend the charity for establishing the new colony of Georgia. By T. Rundle, LL.D. prebendary of Durham.
3 Acts of Assembly passed in the Charibbee Leeward islands, 1734. from 1690 to 1730.
adas en las vidas, y elogios de algunos de sus varones ilustres
&c., 1643, and forms the 7th, 8th, and 9th volumes of the collection of
to different parts of America.
in Carlstown von vier Schweizern. Aus dem Franzosischen. 8vo.
account of his travels to South Carolina, and part of North
Oglethorpe, esq. on his arrival from Georgia. London.
Baron Lahontan, &c. at that time in England. The second
London. 8vo. 2 vols.
The same as the first edition of 1703. 3 A COLLECTION of all the Acts of Assembly now in force in the colony of Virginia.
1735. 4 A voyage to Guinea, Brasil, and the West Indies, in his Majes
ty's ships the Swallow and Weymouth, &c. By John Atkins. 8vo.
London. The author was a surgeon, and somewhat of a philosopher. According to
Watts, this voyage was first printed in 1723, the year in which the author returned from it. An edition, with the date of 1737, is called the second
on the title-page. 5 A JOURNEY OVER LAND from the Gulf of Honduras to the South
Sea, performed by John Cockburn and five other Englishmen. To which is added, a briefe discoverye of some things best worth noteing in the travells of Nicholas Withington, a factor in the East-Indias.
London. 8vo, Republished with a different title in 1740. In the French title of this
work, in the Bibliotheque des Voyages, it is stated to be by Nicholas Withington ; and Pinkerton (Collection of Voyages, vol. 17, p. 208,) re-translates the title, and perpetuates the error.
Similar instances are innumerable in the former work, and are all repeated, with additions, in
the latter. 6 A SHORT ACCOUNT of the first settlement of the provinces of
Virginia, Maryland, New-York, New Jersey, and Pensylvania, by the English. To which is annexed, a map of Maryland, according to the bounds mentioned in the charter, and also of the adjacent country, anno 1630.
London. Quarto, pp. 20, and map. 7 *New-England's LAMENTATIONS for the decay of godliness,
the danger of Arminian principles, the declining state of their church order, &c. By J. White, M.A.
London. 8vo. ?
Gent.'s Mag. v. p. 391. 8 AusfühRLICHE NACHRICHTEN von den Salzburgischen Emi
granten, die sich in America niedergelassen haben, worinnen
the settlement of Ebenezer in Georgia, was continued from year to year to