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Vol. X. Richmond. 1882. Title, 1 leaf; Certificate, 1 leaf ; Preface, pp. iii-iv; List of Governors, 1 leaf; 1 leaf blank; Laws, pp. 9-582; Index, pp. 583-663; Errata, 1 leaf.
Vol. XI. Richmond. 1813. Title, 1 leaf; Certificate, 1 leaf; Preface, pp. iii-iv; List of Governors, 1 leaf ; 1 leaf blank; Laws, pp. 9-575; Index, pp. 577-639; Errata, 1 leaf.
Vol. XII. Title, 1 leaf; Preface, 1 p. ; List of Governors, 1 p. ; Laws, pp. 9–796 ; Index, pp. 797-832; Certificate and Errata, 1 leaf.
Vol. XIII. Philadelphia. 1823. Title, 1 leaf; Preface, 1 leaf; List of Governors, 1 leaf; Laws, pp. 1-631; Index, pp. 633-649; Certificate and Errata, 1 leaf. The Certificate, &c., is usually pasted on the back of the title page.
HSCOSTA. (J. de) Historia | Natyral | y | Moral de las
Indeas, | En que se tratan las cosas notables del cielo, y elee mentos, metales, plantas, y ani- | males dellas: y los ritos, y ceremonias, leyes, y | gouierno, y guerras de los Indios. / Compuesta por el Padre Ioseph de Acosta Religioso de la Compañia de Iesus. Dirigida a la Serenissima | Infanta Doña Isabella Clara Eugenia de Austria | [Cut.] | Con Privilegio. | Impresso en Seuilla en casa de Juan de Leon. | Ano de 1590. | Sm. 4to.
1 Collation : Title, 1 leaf; License and Approbation, pp. 3–6; Dedication, pp. 7–8; "Proemio al Lector," pp. 9-12; text, pp. 13-535; Printer's device and colophon, 1 p. ; " Tabla,” pp. (25).
ACOSTA. The Natvrall | and Morall Historie of the East and West Indies. | Intreating of the remarkeable things of Heaven, of the Elements, Mettalls, Plants and Beasts which are proper to that Country: Together with the Manners, | Ceremonies, Laws, Governements, and Warres of the Indians. | Written in Spanish by Joseph Acosta, and translated | into English by E. G. | London | Printed by Val: Sims for Edward Blount and William | Aspley. 1604. | 8vo. 2
Collation : 1 leaf marked A ; Title, 1 leaf; Dedication, 1 p. ; Author's Advertisement, pp. (3); text, pp. 1-590 ; Table, pp. (13); Errata, 1 p.
AMERICA: Or | An exact Description of the West-Indies : | More especially of those | Provinces which are under | the Dominion of the King of Spain. | Faithfully represented by N. N. Gent. | London, printed by Ric. Hodgkinsonne for Edw. Dod, I and are to be sold at the Gun in Ivy-lane. 1655. | 16mo.
3 Collation: 1 folded map; Title, 1 leaf; Dedication, pp. (4); The Publisher's Advertisement, pp. (4); Contents, pp. (4); text, pp. 1-484; Errata, 1 p. ; List of Books, 1 p.
ARCHDALE, (J.) A New Description Of That Fertile and Pleasant Province of Carolina :With a | Brief Account of its |
Discovery, Settling, I and the Government | Thereof to this Time.
| With several Remarkable Passages of Divine Providence during my Time. | By John Archdale: Late Governour of the same. London: | Printed for John Wyat, at the Rose in St. Paul's | ChurchYard. 1707. | Sm. 4to.
Collation: Half-title, 1 leaf; Title, 1 leaf; To the Reader, pp. (3); 1 p. blank; text, pp. 1-32.
BACKUS (I.). A History of New-England, With particular Reference to the Denomination of Christians, called | Baptists. Containing | The first principles and settle- ; ments of the Country ;
: The rise and increase of the : Baptist Churches therein ; : The intension of Arbitrary Power under the cloak of Religion ; : The Christian Testimonies of the Baptists and others a- | gainst the same, with their | Sufferings under it, from the Beginning to the present Time. Collected from most authentic Records and Writings, both Ancient and Modern. | By Isaac Backus, | Pastor of the first Baptist Church in Middleborough. | Vol. I. .............. | Boston : | Printed by Edward Draper, at his | Printing- | Office in Newberry-Street, and sold | by Philip | Freeman, in Union-Street. 1777. | 5
Collation : Vol. I. Title, 1 leaf; Preface, pp. (6); text, pp. 1–544; Appendix, pp. 1-15; Errata, 1 p.
Vol. II. Title, 1 leaf; Preface, pp. iii-ix; Index, pp. x-xvi; text, pp. 1-432.
Vol. III. Title, 1 leaf; Preface, pp. iii-vi; Contents, pp. (2); text, pp. 9–334 ; Advertisement, 1 leaf. The title to Volume II. reads: A | CHURCH | History | OF
| NEW-ENGLAND. | VOL. II. | EXTENDING FROM 1690, To 1784. | INCLUDING | A CONCISE VIEW OF THE AMERICAN WAR, AND OF THE CONDUCT OF THE BAPTISTS THEREIN, WITH THE PRESENT STATE OF THEIR CHURCHES. BY ISAAC BACKUS, | Pastor OF A CHURCH IN MIDDLEBOROUGH.............. | Providence, Printed by John Carter, and sold | by Philip Freeman, in Union-Street, Boston. 1784. |
The title to volume III. reads: A | CHURCH HISTORY OF | NEW-ENGLAND. EXTENDING FROM 1783 to 1796. | CONTAINING | AN ACCOUNT OF THE RELIGIOUS AF-FAIRS OF THE COUNTRY, AND OF OPPRESSIONS THEREIN ON RELIGIOUS ACCOUNTS; | WITH A PARTICULAR HISTORY OF THE BAPTIST CHURCHES IN THE FIVE STATES OF NEW ENGLAND. | VOL. III. | By Isaac Backus, | Pastor OF A CHURCH IN MIDDLEBOROUGH. /.../.../.... | Boston : | Printed by Manning f Loring. | Sold by S. Hall, No. 53, Cornhill, and by Manning & Loring | in Spring Lane. | 1796. |
BELKNAP (J.). The History of New-Hampshire. By Jeremy Belknap, D.D. Dover : Printed for 0. Crosby and J. Varney, by J. Mann and J. R. Remick. 1812. 8vo. 3 volumes.