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|Genre/Form:||Early works to 1800|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Richard Whitbourne; Edward Winne
|Notes:||Second edition. First edition, London, 1620.
Printer's device below title; initials; marginal notes; head-pieces; wood-cut of the royal arms on verso of t.p.
Signatures: A3, B-T4.
Page 35 is incorrectly numbered 3; p. 70 and 71 are correctly numbered in this copy.
This edition includes "A discovrse containing a loving invitation to all his Maiesties subjects ..." also printed separately (Sabin 103333).
At the end are 15 pages of letters from Newfoundland dated 1622, from "Captaine Edward Wynne" and others, which give the only account of Avalon, the colony founded by George Calvert, 1st Baron Baltimore, and abandoned in favor of Maryland. Cf. Church.
|Reproduction Notes:||Microfiche. Englewood, Colo. : Microcard Editions, between 1967 and 1986. 4 microfiches. (Canadiana in the Toronto Public Library ; no. 4656).|
|Description:||11 pages leaves, 107, , 15 pages ; 18 x 14 cm|
|Series Title:||Canadiana in the Toronto Public Library, no. 4656.|
|Other Titles:||Discourse and discovery of Newfoundland|
|Responsibility:||written by Captaine Richard Whitbourne of Exmouth, in the county of Deuon, and published by Authority.|