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Sir Walter Ralegh and his colony in America. Including the charter of Queen Elizabeth in his favor, March 25, 1584, with letters, discources, and narratives of the voyages made to America at his charges, and descriptions of the country, commodities, and inhabitants.

Author: Increase N TarboxWalter Raleigh, SirArthur BarlowRichard Grenville, SirRalph Lane, SirAll authors
Publisher: [Whitefish] : Kessinger Publishing, [2010?]
Series: Kessinger Publishing's legacy reprints.
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Named Person: Walter Raleigh, Sir
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Increase N Tarbox; Walter Raleigh, Sir; Arthur Barlow; Richard Grenville, Sir; Ralph Lane, Sir; Thomas Harriot; John White
ISBN: 1432685406 9781432685409
OCLC Number: 756880162
Notes: Reprint. Originally published: Boston : Prince Society, 1884.
"Two hundred and fifty copies."
The charter and various narratives are taken from v. 3 of Hakluyt's Collection of early voyages.
"The first voyage to America under the charge and direction of Sir Walter Ralegh, knight, 1584" (p. [107]-127) is supposed to be by Capt. Arthur Barlow. The first part of "The second voyage ... 1585" (p. [129]-142) is probably by Sir Richard Grenville; the remainder (p. 143-181) is by Ralph Lane. "The third voyage ... 1586" (p. [183]-186) is anonymous. "A briefe and true report of the new found land of Virginia ... by Thomas Heriot," p. [187]-244. "The fourth voyage ... 1587" (p. [245]-270) is given anonymously by Hakluyt. A letter from White to Hakluyt, accompanying his account of the fifth voyage, is here appended to the fourth voyage (p. 270-273) "The fifth voyage ... 1590" (p. [275]-299) is by "Governor" John White.
Description: 326 pages, [1] leaf of plates : portraits ; 24 cm.
Series Title: Kessinger Publishing's legacy reprints.
Responsibility: With historical illustrations, and a memoir by the Rev. Increase N. Tarbox, D.D.

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