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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Pory, John, 1572-1636.
John Pory's lost description of Plymouth colony in the earliest days of the Pilgrim fathers.
Boston ; New York : Houghton Mifflin Co., 1918
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Pory; Richard Norwood; Champlin Burrage
|Notes:||"Three hundred and sixty-five copies of which three hundred and fifty are for sale ... Number 364."
From a hitherto unpublished manuscript quarts in the John Carter Brown library. The first section ("Insularum de la Bermuda detectio") is anonymous, but the editor has been able to identify its author as Richard Norwood. The other two sections, copied from letters written by John Pory, the first dated 1622, relate to Plymouth and the New England coast.
Maps: Facsimile of Capt. John Smith's issue of Norwood's map of the Bermudas of 1622 as rearranged and published in the Generall historie, 1624. Facsimile of Norwood's map of the Bermudas as originally published complete in 1626.
|Description:||xxiv, 65 pages,  leaves of plates (some folded) : illustrations, maps, facsimiles ; 27 cm|
|Responsibility:||edited with an introduction and notes, by Champlin Burrage.|