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Andrew White; William Peasley; John Morgan; English Printing Collection (Library of Congress); Maryland.
|Notes:||Apparently a revision and enlargement of a pamphlet published in London in 1634, entitled: "A relation of the successefull beginnings of the Lord Baltemore's plantation in Mary-land." The earlier "Relation" was, possibly, based on a narrative written by Andrew White, the Jesuit father, who accompanied the first colonists to Maryland. Cf. Steiner, B. Beginnings of Maryland, p. 8.
Signatures: A⁴( -A4) B-G⁴ H², ²A( -A1) B-C⁴ D1.
|Description:||, 56, 25 [i.e. 23],  pages,  folded leaf of plates : map ; 17 cm (4to)|
|Contents:||(From chapter headings) A relation of the Lord Baltemore's plantation in Maryland --
A description of the countrey --
The commodities which this countrey affords naturally --
The commodities that may be procured in Maryland by industry --
Of the naturall disposition of the Indians which inhabite the parts of Maryland where the English are seated: and their manner of living --
Conditions propounded by the Lord Baltemore, to such as shall goe, or adventure into Maryland --
Instructions and advertisements, for such as shall intend to goe, or send, to plant in Maryland --
A note for the aduenturers memory, of such things as hee may (if he please) carry with him, either for his owne better accommodation (on ship-board, or for some time after his arrivall in Maryland) or for trade, according to his abilitie --
The charter of Mary Land.
|Other Titles:||Relation of the successefull beginnings of the Lord Baltemore's plantation in Mary-land.|
|Responsibility:||translated into English.|