« VorigeDoorgaan »
annals: being a summary and exact account of the most ma-
intention to have brought his history down to 1730, but he has only reached
edition was printed at Boston in 1826.
Mr. Oglethorpe's second voyage to Georgia. London.
ceedings of the people of Georgia, with respect to the pro-
1730, and this appears to have been one of the earliest productions of the
Charleston press in the form of a book.
esta tercera impression ilustrada por el Lic. D. Francisco
Corral Calvo de la Torre, Oidor in the Audiencia of Santiago de Chile;
and that in 1732 he was ordered to send the work to Spain to be printed. In 1735 the first and second volumes had been examined and highly approved by the Council of the Indies, and the author was requested to send the 3d and 4th, and to finish the 5th and 6th, which would complete the work, but it appears that death prevented his completing the 4th volume, which only reaches to the 12th title of the 5th book; the index to this volume being headed thus : “Rerum quæ in hac parte Quarti tomi, (morte auctoris ita relicti) continentur,” &c. Apparently the work was left in this state, and never published. The indexes to each volume are also imperfect. This copy was found in sheets among the papers of D. Bernardo Yriarte.
MDCCXXXVII. 1 The NATURAL HISTORY of North Carolina. With an account
of the trades, manners, and customs of the Christian and Indian inhabitants. Illustrated with copper-plates, whereon are curiously engraved the map of the country, several strange beasts, birds, fishes, snakes, insects, trees, and plants, &c. By John Brickell, M.D. Nostra nos in urbe peregrinamur. Cic.
Dublin. 8vo. Republished with a new title-page in 1743. This work is an almost exact
transcript of Lawson's Carolina, (see No. 1 of 1709,) without any acledgment, or even a hint that it is not original. Periods and paragraphs are transposed, parts are occasionally omitted, and words here and there interpolated; but, as a whole, a more daring piece of plagiarism was never
executed. N.A.R. xxiii. p. 288. 2 A NEW VOYAGE to Georgia, by a young gentleman, &c. The second edition.
London. 8vo. pp. 62.
Merely a new title-page to the edition of 1735. 3 The report of the Committee of the Commons House of Assembly
of the province of South-Carolina, on the state of the papercurrency of the said province.
London. Quarto, pp. 48. 4 A FAITHFUL NARRATIVE of the surprizing work of God, in the
conversion of many hundred souls in New-England. 8vo. ?
London ? Gent.'s Mag. 1737. 5 A GENUINE NARRATIVE of the intended conspiracy of the negroes at Antigua.
Extracted from an authentic copy of a
report made to the chief Governor of the Carabee islands, by 1737.
the commissioners appointed to try the conspirators. Small 8vo.
Dublin. 6 Histoire des encas Rois du Perou, depuis le premier Ynca
Manco Capac, fils du soleil, jusqu'à Atahualpa dernier Ynca;
par le même auteur, &c. Avec des figures dessinees
and the history of Florida by Richelet, (see No. 3, 1709.) At the end
with very fine engravings.
y geografica: de Don Antonio de Leon Pinelo, del Consejo
posed to reprint it as an addition to the new edition of Herrera (1726.)
which were dispersed at his death.
Indias desde Leon x. creado en 1513, hasta clemente xii.
creado en 1730. Su autor el Rmo. P. F. Domingo Lossado. Quarto.
Whitefield, A.B. of Pembroke College, Oxford. Containing
several occurrences that happen'd in the voyage. London.
with a discourse concerning congregational churches. By
Library of Harvard College.
With a chronological account of the most remarkable things
The continuation was never published. Sir William Keith was Governor
of Pennsylvania from 1717 to 1726.
two volumes. Translated into English from the original
late Lieut. Col. in Brig. Gen. Newton's regiment. The
diverses observations remarquables touchant le Perou, la Gui
ane, le Brésil, &c. Traduits de l'Espagnol et de l'Anglois.
7 AVANTURES du Sieur C. Le Beau, avocat en Parlement, ou voy- 1738.
age curieux et nouveau parmi les sauvages de l'Amerique
tent, et la manière dont ils se comportent aujourd'hui. 12mo. 2 vols.
ever, very little reliance can be placed. It is somewhere insinuated that
his arrival at London, to his departure from thence on his way
his arrival at Savannah, to his return to London. London, 8vo. pp. 38. Mr. Whitefield states in this pamphlet that the “Journals already pub
lished were printed without his knowledge.”
tions in America. Especially with regard to their paper mo-
of the present year 1739.” The following observations would apply to
Never were greater complaints of want of monoy,
poorer, by a rich, goodly appearance."
confuted. Containing a short history of the discoveries and
establish their settlements there. (&c. &c. &c.) London. 8vo. pp. 72.