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3 JOURNAL DES OBSERVATIONS physiques, mathematiques, et 1714.

botaniques, faites par l'ordre du roi sur les côtes orientales de
l'Amerique Meridionale et dans les Indes Occidentales, depuis

l'année 1707 jusques en 1712 Par le R. P. Louis Feuillée, Quarto. 3 vols.

Paris.
The third volume was printed in 1725. “This work is not elegant in style,

but valuable for solid information upon all the subjects announced in its
title, with various incidental matter besides. What relates to Peru makes
a principal part of these volumes. The botanical part, comprising 100
plates, was republished at Nuremberg, with a German translation of the

text, in 1756-7." Chalmers.
4 *DE VERO NOVI Orbis in ventore dissertatio historico-critica.
Auctore Jo. Frid. Stüven.

Francof. 8vo. Meusel, in. 1. 264. A copy is in the library of Harvard College.

MDCCXV.
1 *Memoirs of Darien, giving a short description of that country,

with an account of the attempts of the company of Scotland
to settle a Colony in that place, and a relation of some of the
many tragical disasters that did attend that design. By the
Rev. Francis Borland.

Edinburgh.
8vo.
2 COLUMBUS, carmen epicum eminent. et rev. principi Benedicto

pamphilio dicatum authore Ubertino Carrara Societatis Jesu. 8vo. p. 299.

Romæ. 3 RECUEIL DE VOYAGES AU NORD, contenant divers memoires tres utiles au commerce et à la navigation.

Amsterdam. 12mo. 9 vols. Maps and plates. This collection, made apparently by Jean Frederic Bernard, a bookseller, of

Amsterdam, was commenced in this year, and continued at irregular inter

vals down to 1737. The principal contents of the volumes are as follows:
Vol. I. 1715. Instructions pour voyager utilement.-- Relation de l'Islande,

par la Peyrere.—Relation du Groenland, par le même.
II, 1715. Journal d'un voyage au Spitzberguen, &c. par Frederic Martens,

- Description de Spitzberguen.-Journal du Capitaine Jean Wood

au Nord-Est.
III. 1715. Relation de Terre-Neuve, traduite de l'Anglois de White.-

Relations du Japon et de la Tartarie.--Lettres de M. Delile touchant

le Mississipi et la Californie, &c.
IV. 1718. Relations de Coree, &c. Voyage de Jenkinson. Les deux

voyages de J. H. de Linschoten.
V. 1724. Relation, de la Louisiane par un officier de la marine.--Relation

1715.

de la Louisiane, etc. par Tonti.-Voyage en un pays plus grand que
l'Europe, par le P. Hennepin.-- Voyages de Gosnol, Pringe, et Gilbert, à la
l'irginie, en 1602 et 1603.-Relation de la Base de Hudson, par M.

Jeremie.—Les trois navigations de Martin Frobisher.
VI. 1723. De la conquête de la Chine par les Tartares (par Palafox.)
VII. 1725. Relations de la Chine, des Tartares, de la Colchide, &c.
VIII. 1727. Voyage de Moscou à la Chine, par Evert Isbrands Ides.- Nego-

ciations du Sieur Lange à la Chine.--Ma urs et usages des Ostiackes, par

Muller.
IX. 1737. Relation des NatCHEZ, par le P. Lepetit, missionaire.-Raisons

de la Grande Bretagne d'avoir formé une colonie dans la GEORGIE: traduit
de l’Anglois du Chev. Benj. Martin.-Decouverte d'un pays plus grand
que l'Europe dans l’AMERIQUE SEPTENTRIONALE (par le P, Hennepin.)

MDCCXVI. 1 A RELAtion of Mr. R. M.'s voyage to Buenos Ayres : and from

thence by land to Potosi. Dedicated to the Honourable the

Court of Directors of the South Sea Company. London.
Small 8vo. pp. 117.
This little work is merely a reprint of the translation published in 1698, of

the Voyage du Sieur Accarrete à Buenos Ayres, in Thevenot's Collection,
(see 1696,) without any acknowledgment of the source from whence it

was taken. 2 *THE ENTERTAINING HISTORY of King Philip's War, which

began in the month of June, 1675, as also of expeditions more lately made against the common enemy and Indian rebels, in the eastern parts of New England ; with some account of the divine Providence towards Col. Benjamin Church. By Thomas Church, esq.

Boston. 8vo.

Reprinted at Newport in 1772, from which edition the above title is copied. 3 *ACTS AND LAWS passed in New England.

Bosion. Folio.

In the British Museum. 4 Relation ABRÉGÉe de ce que la Société établie en Angleterre

pour la propagation de l'Evangile, a fait de plus remarquable dans les Colonies Angloises de l'Amerique, depuis le 19 Février 1714, jusqu'au 18 du même mois 1715, vieux stile. Traduite de l’Anglois, et publiée par ordre de la société.

No place. Small 4to. pp. 39. 5 Relation du voyage de la Mer du Sud aux côtes du Chily et

du Perou, fait pendant les années 1712, 1713, et 1714. Par

his son.

M. Frézier, ingenieur ordinaire du Roy. Ouvrage enrichi de 1716.
quantité de planches en taille douce.

Paris.
Quarto, pp. 298, plates 37.
Republished 1732, Reprinted in 1717, in 2 vols. 12mo, at Amsterdam.

Translated into English in 1717.
6 El Colon; poema de D. Francisco de Moraes Vasconcelos y
Botello.

Madrid.
Quarto.
The foundation of this poem is the Nuevo Mundo of the same author, printed

in 1701. A few cantos only were printed, and are sometimes met with,
without title or preliminaries, and it is only from Barcia's edition of
Pinelo (1737) that the time and place of publication are ascertained.

MDCCXVII.
1 A voyage to the South Sea, and along the coasts of Chili and

Peru, in the years 1712, 1713, and 1714. Particularly
describing the genius and constitution of the inhabitants, as
well Indians as Spaniards : their customs and manners; their
natural history, mines, commodities, traffic with Europe, &c.
By Monsieur Frezier, engineer in ordinary to the French king.
Illustrated with thirty-seven copper-cuts of the coasts, har-
bours, cities, plants, and other curiosities; printed from the
author's original plates inserted in the Paris edition. With a
postscript by Dr. Edmund Halley: and an account of the

settlement, commerce, and riches of the Jesuites in Paraguay. Quarto.

London. The copies with the date of 1735 are this same edition with a new title-page. 2 A DISCOURSE concerning the design'd establishment of a new

colony to the south of Carolina, in the most delightful country

of the universe. By Sir Robert Montgomery, baronet. London.
8vo. pp. 30, and plan.
Sir Robert Montgomery obtained a grant of all the land between the rivers

Alatamaha and Savanna, now part of Georgia, which he called Azilia,
and issued these proposals for settling it. See A Description of the

Golden Islands,'' 1720.
3 Arte DE LA LENGUA Mexicana, y breves platicas de los mys-
terios de nuestra Santa Fé Catolica

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exortacion de su obligacion a' los Indios. Por F. Francisco de Avila. Small 8vo.

Mexico.
MDCCXVIII.
1 A new voyage To Carolina, &c. By John Lawson. London.
Quarto.

The same as the edition of 1709, with merely a new title-page.

otras para

1718. 2 Memoire presenté à son altesse royale M. le Duc d'Orleans,

regent du royaume de France: concernant la precieuse plante du Ginseng de Tartarie, découverte en Canada, par le P. Joseph François Lafitau, de la compagnie de Jésus, missionaire des Iroquois du Sault Saint Louis.

Paris. 12mo. 3 Relation de divers voyages faits dans l'Afrique, dans l'Ame

rique, et aux Indes Occidentales, &c. Par le sieur Dralsé de Grandpierre.

Paris. 12mo.

MDCCXIX. 1 MR. JOutel's JOURNAL of his voyage to Mexico: his travels

eight hundred leagues through forty nations of Indians in Louisiana to Canada : his account of the great river Missasipi. To which is added a map of that country; with a description of the great water-falls in the river Misouris. Translated from the French publish'd at Paris.

London, 8vo.

The edition of 1714 with a new title-page.
2 Acts of Assembly passed in the province of New-York, from
1691 to 1718.

London.
Folio.
The first collection of the laws of New York was printed there by William

Bradford in 1694, a second in 1710, and a third in 1719. The present,
probably copied from the last, was, according to Trott, printed by order of

the Lords Commissioners of Trade and Plantation. 3 Relacion de la sorprecha hecha por los Franceses de la Movila

en el Castillo de San Carlos, y punta de Siguenza; y su restauracion

por las armas de S. M. el dia 7 de Agosto deste año de 1719.

Mexico Small 4to. pp. 8.

MDCCXX. 1 THE HISTORY OF New-ENGLAND, containing an impartial account

of the civil and ecclesiastical affairs of the country to the year of our Lord 1700. To which is added, the present state of New-England, with a new and accurate map of the country, and an appendix, containing their present charter, their ecclesiastical discipline, and their municipal laws. In two volumes. By Daniel Neal.

London. 8vo. 2 vols. pp. 712, map.

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Reprinted in 1747. Gov. Hutchinson says that this work is little more 1720.

than an abridgment of Mather's Magnalia (1702.) Mr. Neal was an
eminent dissenting minister in London, and author of the History of the

Puritans.
2 AN ACCOUNT of the foundation and establishment of a design

now on foot for a settlement on the Golden Islands, to the
south of Port Royal, in Carolina. By authority of a royal
charter

London,
4to. pp. 8.
3 A DESCRIPTION of the Golden Islands, with an account of the

undertaking now on foot for making a settlement there :
explaining, 1st, the nature of that design in general; 2dly,
the measures already taken; and, 3dly, those intended to be
taken hereafter.

London. 8vo. pp. 45.

Relates to the project of Sir Robert Montgomery. (See 1717.)
4 SOME CONSIDERATIONs on the consequences of the French set-

tling colonies on the Mississippi, with respect to the trade
and safety of the English plantations in America and the
West Indies. From a gentleman in America to his friend in
London.

London.

8vo. map.

Written in consequence of the establishment of the French Missisippi

Company. 5 *A FULL AND IMPARTIAL ACCOUNT of the Company of Mississippi, &c. French and English.

London. 8vo. 6 A COLLECTION of several pieces of Mr. John Locke, never before

printed, or not extant in his works. Publish'd by the author

of the Life of the ever-memorable Mr. John Hales, &c. 8vo.

London.
This volume contains the “ Fundamental Constitutions of Carolina."
7 A JOURNAL or full account of the late expedition to Canada.

With an appendix, containing commissions, orders, instruc-
tions, letters, memorials, courts-martial, councils of war, &c.

relating thereto By Sir Hovenden Walker, Kt. London.
8vo. pp. 304.
Some copies of this same edition are without any date on the title-page.

Sir Hovenden Walker was the naval commander of the great expedition

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