Virginia : more especially the south part thereof, richly and truly valued

viz. the fertile Carolana, and no lesse excellent isle of Roanoak, of latitude from 31. to 37. degr. relating the meanes of raysing infinite profits to the adventurers and planters.

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  • South Carolina -- Description and travel.,
  • North Carolina -- Description and travel.,
  • Southern States -- Description and travel.,
  • Virginia -- Description and travel.,
  • Roanoke Island (N.C.)

Edition Notes

SeriesLibrary of American civilization -- LAC 40012.
ContributionsFerrar, John, d. 1657.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination62 p.
Number of Pages62
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17545139M

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The fertile Carolana, and no lesse excellent Isle of Roanoak, of Latitude from to Degr. relating the meanes of raysing infinite profits to the Adventurers and Planters. The second Edition, with Addition of THE DISCOVERY OF SILKWORMS, with their benefit.

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The 2d ed., with addition of the Discovery of silkworms, with their benefit. Virgo triumphans: or, Virginia richly and truly valued: more especially the south part thereof: viz.

The fertile Carolana, and no lesse excellent isle of Roanoak, of latitude from 31 to 37 degr. relating the meanes of raising infinite profits to the adventurers and planters: humbly presented as the auspice of a beginning yeare, to the Parliament of England, and Councell of State.

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This account of Virginia was written in England from letters and accounts of colonists in order to emphasize the many excellent qualities of life in Virginia. The author provides this information in a convenient list format.

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InWilliams published three different editions of his account of colonial silk work, the second of which, Virginia: More Especially the South Part Thereof, Richly and Truly Valued, was seemingly titled in response to Richard Hakluyt's translation of O Fidalgo de Elvas's Relaçam verdadeira dos trabalhos no descobrimento da provincia da.

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2nd ed. London, 47 p. First edition entitled: Virgo triumphans; or, Virginia richly and truly valued. Reprinted: Force tracts, v. 3, no. 62 p. ____ Virginia's discovery of silke-wormes with their benefit.

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