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His Maiesties gracious letter to the Earle of South-Hampton, treasurer, and to the councell and Company of Virginia heere : commanding the present setting vp of silke works, and planting of vines in Virginia : and the letter of the treasurer, councell, and company to the gouernour and councell of state there for the strict excecution of His Maiesties royall commands herein : also a Treatise of the art of making silke ... together with instructions how to plant and dresse vines and to make wine ... and in the end, a conclusion, with sundry profitable remonstrances to the colonies Preview this item
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His Maiesties gracious letter to the Earle of South-Hampton, treasurer, and to the councell and Company of Virginia heere : commanding the present setting vp of silke works, and planting of vines in Virginia : and the letter of the treasurer, councell, and company to the gouernour and councell of state there for the strict excecution of His Maiesties royall commands herein : also a Treatise of the art of making silke ... together with instructions how to plant and dresse vines and to make wine ... and in the end, a conclusion, with sundry profitable remonstrances to the colonies

Author: James, King of EnglandHenry Wriothesley Southampton, Earl ofJohn BonoeilFelix KingstonEngland and Wales. Sovereign (1603-1625 : James I)All authors
Publisher: London : Printed by Felix Kyngston, 1622.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Genre/Form: Early works
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Early works to 1800
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James, King of England; Henry Wriothesley Southampton, Earl of; John Bonoeil; Felix Kingston; England and Wales. Sovereign (1603-1625 : James I); Virginia Company of London.; English Printing Collection (Library of Congress)
OCLC Number: 58468740
Notes: Bonoeil's treatise (88 p.) is a different work from his "Observations to be followed for the making of fit roomes to keepe silkwormes in." Cf. STC.
Second letter signed: Henry Southampton.
Signatures: A⁴ a²(a2+chi1) B-M⁴.
Errata leaf inserted after signature a2.
LC copy wants first blank leaf.
Description: [14], 88 p. (the first leaf blank) : ill. (woodcuts) ; 18 cm. (4to)
Responsibility: set foorth for the benefit of the two renowned and most hopefull sisters, Virginia and the Summer-Ilands by Iohn Bonoeil ...

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