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The history of travaile into Virginia Britannia : expressing the cosmographie and comodities of the country, togither with the manners and customes of the people

Author: William Strachey; Richard Henry Major
Publisher: London, 1849.
Series: Works issued by the Hakluyt Society, vol. 6.
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Additional Physical Format: The history of travaile into Virginia Britannia
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Strachey; Richard Henry Major
OCLC Number: 63369147
Description: xxxvi, 203 p. : portr. ; in-8°
Series Title: Works issued by the Hakluyt Society, vol. 6.
Responsibility: gathered ... as collected by William Strachey ; now first edited from the original manuscript, in the British Museum, by R.H. Major.

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