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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Francis Bacon; Niccolò Machiavelli; Johan de Witt; William Penn; Josiah Child, Sir
|Notes:||Running title: On colonies.
Authorities differ as to date of publication: Sabin (Bibl. amer., v. 19, no. 78992)--gives [174-?]; Brit. museum (Gen. catalogue of printed books, 1931, v. 8, p. 802) gives [1700?]; clipping from catalog of Museum book store, London, mounted on p.  of cover, gives circa 1730.
Title vignette; head and tail-pieces; initials.
In manuscript at head of t.p.: 9; at foot, 6131.
|Description:||, 40 pages 20 cm|
|Other Titles:||Tracts on the colonies
Tracts relating to colonies
|Responsibility:||Consisting of I. An essay on plantations. By Sir Francis Bacon ... II. Some passages taken out of the History of Florence, &c. [by Niccolò Machiavelli] III. A treatise. By John De Witt ... IV. The benefit of plantations or colonies. By William Penn. V.A discourse concerning plantations. By Sir Josiah Child.|