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Source:   A brief description of the province of Carolina on the coasts of Floreda. And more perticularly of a new-plantation beg ....


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A brief description of the province of Carolina on the coasts of Floreda ... (Title page) (1666)


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:  A brief description of the province of Carolina on the coasts of Floreda ... (Title page)

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: A brief description of the province of Carolina on the coasts of Floreda. And more perticularly of a new-plantation begun by the English at Cape-Feare, on that river now by them called Charles-river, the 29th of May. 1664. Wherein is set forth the healthfulness of the air; the fertility of the earth, and waters; and the great pleasure and profit will accrue to those that shall go thither to enjoy the same. Also, directions and advice to such as shall go thither whether on their own accompts, or to serve under another. Together with a most accurate map of the whole province.

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: 2 p. l., 10 p., 1 l. map. 18 cm. (4to.)

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: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building / Rare Books Division

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: *KC 1666 (Brief description of the province of Carolina on the coasts of Floreda)

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: ps_rbk_cd12_187

Record ID

: 1922623

Digital Item Published

: 7-16-2010; updated 2-14-2012

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