A COLLECTION OF Voyages and Travels CONSISTING OF Authentic WRITERS in our own Tongue, which have not before been collected in English, or have only been abridged in other Collections
And continued with Others of Note, that have published HISTORIES, VOYAGES, TRAVELS, JOURNALS or DISCOVERIES in other Nations and Languages. RELATING TO Any Part of the CONTINENT of ASIA, AFRICA, AMERICA, EUROPE, or the ISLANDS thereof, from the earliest Account to the present Time. DIGESTED According to the PARTS of the WORLD, to which they particularly relate: WITH HISTORICAL INTRODUCTIONS to each ACCOUNT, where thought necessary, containing either the LIVES of their AUTHORS, or what else could be discovered and was supposed capable of entertaining and informing the curious READER. And with great Variety of CUTS, PROSPECTS, RUINS, MAPS, and CHARTS. COMPILED From the curious and valuable LIBRARY of the late EARL of OXFORD. Interspersed and Illustrated with NOTES. CONTAINING, Either a GENERAL ACCOUNT of the DISCOVERY of those COUNTRIES, or an Abstract of their HISTORIES, GOVERNMENT, TRADE, RELIGION, [et]c. collected from ORIGINAL PAPERS, LETTERS, CHARTERS, LETTERS PATENTS, ACTS of PARLIAMENT, [et]c. no to be met with, and proper to explain many abscure Passages in other Collections of this Kind. VOL. VIII VOL. VIII.

Other Authors: Baudier, Michel, asi 1589-1645, Escalante, Bernardino de, asi 1537-asi 1605, Frampton, John, činný 1577-1596, Bernier, François, 1620-1688, Coverte, Robert, 17. století, Bruton, William, 17. století, Galvão, António, 1503-1557, Hakluyt, Richard, asi 1552-1616, Phillip, William, činný 1597, Langenes, Barent, činný 1597, Drake, Francis, Sir, asi 1540-1596, Fletcher, Francis, asi 1555-asi 1619, Knight, Francis, činný 17. století, Dunton, John, činný 1636-1637, Phelps, Thomas, činný 1684-1685, Froger, François, 1676-asi 1715, Gennes, Jean-Baptiste, 1656-1705, Boothby, Richard, činný 1644, Castell, William, -1645, Rudyerd, Benjamin, Sir, 1572-1658, Geare, Allen, činný 1706-1707, Hurlock, Joseph, činný 1707-1742, Warren, George, činný 17. století, Osborne, Thomas, -1767, Moll, Herman, 1654-1732
Format: Books
Language: English
Latin
Greek, Ancient (to 1453)
Portuguese
French
Published: LONDON : Printed for and Sold by THOMAS OSBORNE in Gray's-Inn 1747
Subjects:
Item Description: Na s. [1]: "THE HISTORY OF THE COURT OF THE KING of CHINA. Written in French by Seigneur MICHAEL BAUDIER, of Languedoc. Translated by E.G."; s. 25: "AN ACCOUNT OF THE EMPIRE OF CHINA: Wherein is Describ'd The Country of CHINA, with the Provinces and States subject to that Extensive Empire. ALSO An Account of its Climate, Product, Navigation, Cities, Temples, Buildings, Letters, Figures, Genius, Studies, Government, Religion, Rites and Ceremonies; and of the Complexion, Apparel and Conditions of the People. To which in prefix'd, A Discourse of the Navigation which the Portugueze do make to tzhe Raelms and Provinces of the East Parts of the Worls. Written by BERNARDINE of Escalanta, of the Realm of Galicia, Priest. Translated out of Spanish into English, by JOHN FRAMPTON. With several APPENDIXES."; s. [95]: "A FULL and TRUE RELATION OF THE Great and Wonderful REVOLUTION That happened lately in the KINGDOM of SIAM in the EAST-INDIES. Giving a particular Account of the Seizing and Death of the late King, and of the setting up of a new One. AS ALSO Of the putting to Death of the King's only Daughter; his adopted Son who was a Christian; his two Brothers; and of Monsieur CONSTANCE, his great Minister of State, and Favourer of the FRENCH. AND Of the Expulsion of all the Jesuits, Missionary Priests, Officers and Soldiers of the FRENCH Nation out of that Kingdom, that endeavour'd to bring it under the FRENCH Domination. Being the Substance of several Letters writ in October 1688, and February 1689. from SIAM, and the Coast of CORMANDEL. Never before published in any Language, and now translated into ENGLISH."; list 2Dr (za s. 102): "Mr. F. BERNIER's Voyage to SURAT: CONTAINING THE HISTORY OF THE LATE REVOLUTION OF THE EMPIRE OF THE GREAT MOGOL; Together with the most considerable Passages for five Years following in that Empire. To which is added A LETTER to the Lord COLBERT, trouching the Extent of Indostan, the Circulation of the Gold and Silver of the World, to discharge itself there; as also the Riches, Forces, and Justice of the same; and the Principal Caufe of the Decay of the States of Asia. WITH An extat Description of Dehli and Agra. Together with I. Some Particulars making known the Court and Genius of the Mogols and Indians ... II. The Emperor of Mogol's Voyage to the Kingdom os Kachemire in 1644. called the Paradise of the Indies. ENGLISHED out of FRENCH."; s. [175]: "A CONTINUATION OF THE MEMOIRS OF Monsieur BERNIER, CONCERNING THE EMPIRE OF THE GREAT MOGOL. Wherein is contained I. An extat Description of DEHLI and AGRA, the capital Cities of the Empire of the Great MOGOL; ... II. The Emperor of Mogl's Voyage to the Kingdom of Kachemire, in the Year 1664. Englished out of French by H.O."; s. [247]: "A TRUE and ALMOST INCREDIBLE REPORT OF An ENGLISGMAN, that (being cast away in the good Ship called The Ascension, in Cambaya, the farthest Part of the East-Indies) travelled by Land through many Unknown KINGDOMS, and Great CITIES. WITH A particular DESCRIPTION of all those KINGDOMS, CITIES, and PEOPLE; AS ALSO A RELATION of their Commodities and Manner of Traffick ... WITH A DISCOVERY of a Great Emperor, called the GREAT MOGUL, a Prince not till now known to our English Nation. By Captain ROBERT COVERTE. The THIRD IMPRESSION. To which is now newly prefixed, An ACCOUNT of INDIA PROPER."; s. [267]: "NEWS from the EAST INDIES: OR, A VOYAGE to BENGALLA, ONE OF THE Greatest KINGDOMS under he Hight and Mighty Prince PEDESHA SHASSALLEM, usually called the GREAT MOGUL. WITH THE STATE and MAGNIFICENCE OF THE COURT of MALCANDY, KEPT BY THE NABOB, Viceroy or Vice-King under the aforesaid MONARCH ... WRITTEN BY WILLIAM BRUTON, now Resident in the Parish of St. Saviour's Southwark ..."; list 4Br: "A TRUE RELATION OF THE UNJUST, CRUEL, and BARBAROUS PROCEEDINGS AGAINST THE ENGLISH, AT Amboyma, in the East-Indies, BY THE Netherlandish GOVERNOR and COUNCIL there. The FOURTH EDITION."; s. [293]: "A TRUE DECLARATION Of the NEWS that came out of the EAST-INDIES, With the Pinnace called The Hare, Which arrived in the TEXEL, in June 1624. CONCERNING A CONSPIRACY discovered in the Island of AMBOYNA ... in March 1624. ..."; s. [301]: "AN ANSWER UNTO THE DUTCH PAMPHLET, Mae in DEFENCE of the UNJUST and BARBAROUS PROCEEDINGS AGAINST THE ENGLISH, AT Amboyna, in the East-Indies, BY THE HOLLANDERS There."; s. [313]: "A REMONSTRANCE OF THE DIRECTORS OF THE Netherlands East-India COMPANY, Presented to the LORDS STATES-GENERAL of the United-Provinces; In DEFENCE of the said COMPANY, Touching the BLOODY PROCEEDINGS AGAINST THE English MERCHANTS, EXECUTED AT AMBOYNA. TOGETHER WITH The REPLY of the English East-India COMPANY, To the said REMONSTRANCE and DEFENCE. Published by AUTHORITY."; s. 352: "AN AUTHENTICK COPY OF THE CONFESSIONS and SENTENCES AGAINST Mr. Towerson and Accomplices, Concerning the BLOODY CONSPIRACY, Enterprised against the Castle of AMBOYNA: The which, by the manifest GRAVE and PROVIDENCE of GOD, was a discovered the 23d Day of February, in the Year 1623. ... Translated out of the COPY, delivered to the English East-India Company, from the Dutch."; s. [353]: "THE DISCOVERIES OF THE WORLD FROM THEIR FIRST ORIGINAL UNTO THE YEAR of our LORD 1555. Briefly writte in the Portugal Tongue, By ANTONY GALVANO, Governor of Ternate, The Chief Island of the Moluccas. Corrected, quoted, and now published in ENGLISH, By RICHARD HAKLUYT, Sometime Student of Christ-Church, in Oxford."; s. 393 (list 5Hr): "THE DESCRIPTION OF A VOYAGE MADE By certain Ships of Holland into the East-Indies. ... Who set forth on The Second of April 1595, and returned on the Fourteenth of August 1597. Translated out of Dutch into ENGLISH by W.P. [to je William Phillip] To which is added, The Sea-Journal, or Navigation of the Hollanders into Java, [et]c." (obsahuje původní předmluvu Barenta Langenese); s. [423] (fol. 5P2r): "AN ADDITION to the SEA-JOURNAL OR Navigation of the Hollanders into JAVA. CONTAINING Some Description of the Coast and Harbours from Cape Bona Speranza to Java. ... By JOHN WOLFE."; s. [433]: "THE WORLD ENCOMPASSED BY Sir FRANCIS DRAKE. Offered now at last to publick View ... Collected out of the Notes of Mr. Francis Fletcher, Preacher in this Employment, and compared with divers others Notes that went in the same Voyage."; s. 479: "A General ACCOUNT OF AFRICA."; fol. 6Cr: "A RELATION OF SEVEN YEARS SLAVERY Under the TURKS of ALGIER, Suffered by an ENGLISH Captive Merchant. Wherein is also contained All memorable Passages ... TOGETHER WITH A Description of the Sufferings of the miserable Captives under that merciless Tyranny. Whereunto is added A Second Book, containing a Description of Algier ... By FRANCIS KNIGHT."; s. [491]: "A TRUE JOURNAL OF THE SALLEE FLEET, WITH THE PROCEEDINGS of the VOYAGE. PUBLISHED BY JOHN DUNTON, London Mariner, Master of the Admiral, called the Leopard. Whereunto is annexed, A LIST of Sallee Captives Names, and the Places where they dwell, and a Description of the three Towns in a Card."; s. [499]: "A TRUE ACCOUNT OF THE CAPTIVITY OF THOMAS PHELPS, AT MACHINESS in BARBARY. And Of his strange Escape, in Company of Edmund Baxter, and others ... upon the thirteenth Day of June, 1685. By THOMAS PHELPS."
Na s. [511]: "A TRUE RELATION OF THE INHUMAN and UNPARALLELED ACTIONS, AND BARBAROUS MURDERS, OF NEGROES or MOORS: Committed on three Englishmen in old Calabar in Guiney. OF The wonderful Deliverance of the fourth Person, after he had endured horrid Cruelties and Sufferings: Who lately arrived in England, and is now in his Majesty's Fleet. Together with A short but true Account of the CUSTOMS, MANNERS, and GROWTH of the COUNTRY ..."; s. [519]: "A REPORT OF THE KINGDOM of CONGO, A REGION in AFRICA, AND Of the Countries that border eound about the same. ... Drawn out of the Writings and Discourses of Odoardo Lopez, a Portuguese, by Philipp Pigafetta. Translated out of Italian by ABRAHAM HARTWELL."; s. [585]: "A RELATION OF A VOYAGE MADE IN THE Years 1695, 1696, 1697, ON THE COASTS of AFRICA, BY A Squadron of French Men of War, under the Command of M. de Gennes. By the Sieur FROGER, Voluntier-Engineer on Board the English Falcon."; s. [597]: "THE VOYAGES OF THE Sieur Le MAIRE TO THE CANARY ISLANDS, Cape-Verde, Senegal, and Gambia."; s. [625]: "A BRIEF Discovery or Description Of the most famous Island of MADAGASCAR, or St. LAURENCE, In Asia, near unto the East-Indies ... By RICHARD BOOTHBY, Merchant."; s. [733]: "A SHORT DISCOVERY OF THE COAST and CONTINENT OF AMERICA, From the EQUINOCTIAL Northward; and of the Adjacent ISLES. By WILLIAM GASTLE, Minister of the Gospel at Courtenhall in Northamptonshire. Whereunto is added The AUTHOR'S PETITION to the Parliament, for the Propagation of the Gospel in America ... And an ORDNANCE of Parliament for that Purpose, and for the better Government of the English PLANTATIONS there. Together with Sir Benjamin Rudyer's SPEECH in Parliament, January 21, 1644, concerning AMERICA."; s. [783]: "A COMMISSION FOR THE WELL-GOVERNING OF OUR PEOPLE INHABITING IN NEWFOUNDLAND; OR, TRAFFICKING in BAYS, CREEKS, or fresh RIVERS there."; s. [787]: "EBENEZER: OR A MONUMENT of THANKFULNESS. BEING A True Account of a lete Miraculous Preservation of Nine Men in a small Boat ... Drawn up By ALLEN GEARE, who was a Principal Sharer both in the Misery and Mercy; and attested by Mr. JOSEPH HURLOCK, Surgeon, now living in Coleman-Street, LONDON."; s. [795]: "NOVA FRANCIA: OR, THE DESCRIPTION OF THAT PERT OF NEW FRANCE, Which is one Continent with WIRGINIA. DESCRIBED In Three late VOYAGES and PLANTATION made by Mons. de Mots, Mons. du Pont-Gravé, and Mons. de Poutrincourt, into the Countries called by the Frenchmen, LA CADIA, lying to the South-West of Cape BRETON. TOGETHER WITH An exellent several TREATY of all the COMMODITIES of the said Countries, and MANNERS of the natural Inhabitans of the same. Translated out of the FRENCH into ENGLISG, by P.E."; s. [919]: "AN IMPARTIAL DESCRIPTION OF SURINAM UPON THE CONTINENT of GUINEA IN AMERICA. WITH A History of several strange Beasts, Birds, Fishes, Serpents, Insects, and Customs of that Colony, [et]c. Worthy the Perusal of all, from the Experience of GEORGE WARREN, Gent."
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Stránkování: 2 nečíslované strany, 94 stran, 3 nečíslované strany, strany xcviii-c, 95-102, 1 nečíslovaná strana, strany 102-212, 1 nečíslovaná strana, 1 prázdná strana, strany 213-279, 1 prázdná strana, 1 nečíslovaná strana, strany 278-402, 393-480, 1 prázdná strana, strany 466-931, 1 prázdná strana, 17 nečíslovaných listů přílohy; strana 151 je označena číslem 152, strana 246 číslem 236
Tištěno antikvou, řecká slova alfabetou. Na titulní straně linka, impresum pod dvojlinkou. Konturové iniciály na ozdobném pozadí, plné iniciály v ozdobných rámech, plné iniciály ve volném prostoru, linky, linka z ozdůbek, živá záhlaví, marginálie, tabulky, poznámky pod textem, signatury, stránkové kustody; sazba ve dou sloupcích
Celkem 17 mědirytových map, autorem 14 je kartograf Herman Moll, 3 mapy nejsou signované
Note (ownership history): Na rubu titulního listu razítko se jménem "J. GROSSER"
Note (binding): Vazba z přelomu 18. a 19. století, celokožená z hnědé kůže na lepenkových deskách, na hřbetu zlacené linky, vytlačený a zlacený titul a číslo svazku, desky i hrany desek zdobeny zlacenými linkami, žlutá ořízka; odřeno
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Giving a particular Account of the Seizing and Death of the late King, and of the setting up of a new One. AS ALSO Of the putting to Death of the King's only Daughter; his adopted Son who was a Christian; his two Brothers; and of Monsieur CONSTANCE, his great Minister of State, and Favourer of the FRENCH. AND Of the Expulsion of all the Jesuits, Missionary Priests, Officers and Soldiers of the FRENCH Nation out of that Kingdom, that endeavour'd to bring it under the FRENCH Domination. Being the Substance of several Letters writ in October 1688, and February 1689. from SIAM, and the Coast of CORMANDEL. Never before published in any Language, and now translated into ENGLISH."; list 2Dr (za s. 102): "Mr. F. BERNIER's Voyage to SURAT: CONTAINING THE HISTORY OF THE LATE REVOLUTION OF THE EMPIRE OF THE GREAT MOGOL; Together with the most considerable Passages for five Years following in that Empire. To which is added A LETTER to the Lord COLBERT, trouching the Extent of Indostan, the Circulation of the Gold and Silver of the World, to discharge itself there; as also the Riches, Forces, and Justice of the same; and the Principal Caufe of the Decay of the States of Asia. WITH An extat Description of Dehli and Agra. Together with I. Some Particulars making known the Court and Genius of the Mogols and Indians ... II. The Emperor of Mogol's Voyage to the Kingdom os Kachemire in 1644. called the Paradise of the Indies. ENGLISHED out of FRENCH."; s. [175]: "A CONTINUATION OF THE MEMOIRS OF Monsieur BERNIER, CONCERNING THE EMPIRE OF THE GREAT MOGOL. Wherein is contained I. An extat Description of DEHLI and AGRA, the capital Cities of the Empire of the Great MOGOL; ... II. The Emperor of Mogl's Voyage to the Kingdom of Kachemire, in the Year 1664. Englished out of French by H.O."; s. [247]: "A TRUE and ALMOST INCREDIBLE REPORT OF An ENGLISGMAN, that (being cast away in the good Ship called The Ascension, in Cambaya, the farthest Part of the East-Indies) travelled by Land through many Unknown KINGDOMS, and Great CITIES. WITH A particular DESCRIPTION of all those KINGDOMS, CITIES, and PEOPLE; AS ALSO A RELATION of their Commodities and Manner of Traffick ... WITH A DISCOVERY of a Great Emperor, called the GREAT MOGUL, a Prince not till now known to our English Nation. By Captain ROBERT COVERTE. The THIRD IMPRESSION. To which is now newly prefixed, An ACCOUNT of INDIA PROPER."; s. [267]: "NEWS from the EAST INDIES: OR, A VOYAGE to BENGALLA, ONE OF THE Greatest KINGDOMS under he Hight and Mighty Prince PEDESHA SHASSALLEM, usually called the GREAT MOGUL. WITH THE STATE and MAGNIFICENCE OF THE COURT of MALCANDY, KEPT BY THE NABOB, Viceroy or Vice-King under the aforesaid MONARCH ... WRITTEN BY WILLIAM BRUTON, now Resident in the Parish of St. Saviour's Southwark ..."; list 4Br: "A TRUE RELATION OF THE UNJUST, CRUEL, and BARBAROUS PROCEEDINGS AGAINST THE ENGLISH, AT Amboyma, in the East-Indies, BY THE Netherlandish GOVERNOR and COUNCIL there. The FOURTH EDITION."; s. [293]: "A TRUE DECLARATION Of the NEWS that came out of the EAST-INDIES, With the Pinnace called The Hare, Which arrived in the TEXEL, in June 1624. CONCERNING A CONSPIRACY discovered in the Island of AMBOYNA ... in March 1624. ..."; s. [301]: "AN ANSWER UNTO THE DUTCH PAMPHLET, Mae in DEFENCE of the UNJUST and BARBAROUS PROCEEDINGS AGAINST THE ENGLISH, AT Amboyna, in the East-Indies, BY THE HOLLANDERS There."; s. [313]: "A REMONSTRANCE OF THE DIRECTORS OF THE Netherlands East-India COMPANY, Presented to the LORDS STATES-GENERAL of the United-Provinces; In DEFENCE of the said COMPANY, Touching the BLOODY PROCEEDINGS AGAINST THE English MERCHANTS, EXECUTED AT AMBOYNA. TOGETHER WITH The REPLY of the English East-India COMPANY, To the said REMONSTRANCE and DEFENCE. Published by AUTHORITY."; s. 352: "AN AUTHENTICK COPY OF THE CONFESSIONS and SENTENCES AGAINST Mr. Towerson and Accomplices, Concerning the BLOODY CONSPIRACY, Enterprised against the Castle of AMBOYNA: The which, by the manifest GRAVE and PROVIDENCE of GOD, was a discovered the 23d Day of February, in the Year 1623. ... Translated out of the COPY, delivered to the English East-India Company, from the Dutch."; s. [353]: "THE DISCOVERIES OF THE WORLD FROM THEIR FIRST ORIGINAL UNTO THE YEAR of our LORD 1555. Briefly writte in the Portugal Tongue, By ANTONY GALVANO, Governor of Ternate, The Chief Island of the Moluccas. Corrected, quoted, and now published in ENGLISH, By RICHARD HAKLUYT, Sometime Student of Christ-Church, in Oxford."; s. 393 (list 5Hr): "THE DESCRIPTION OF A VOYAGE MADE By certain Ships of Holland into the East-Indies. ... Who set forth on The Second of April 1595, and returned on the Fourteenth of August 1597. Translated out of Dutch into ENGLISH by W.P. [to je William Phillip] To which is added, The Sea-Journal, or Navigation of the Hollanders into Java, [et]c." (obsahuje původní předmluvu Barenta Langenese); s. [423] (fol. 5P2r): "AN ADDITION to the SEA-JOURNAL OR Navigation of the Hollanders into JAVA. CONTAINING Some Description of the Coast and Harbours from Cape Bona Speranza to Java. ... By JOHN WOLFE."; s. [433]: "THE WORLD ENCOMPASSED BY Sir FRANCIS DRAKE. Offered now at last to publick View ... Collected out of the Notes of Mr. Francis Fletcher, Preacher in this Employment, and compared with divers others Notes that went in the same Voyage."; s. 479: "A General ACCOUNT OF AFRICA."; fol. 6Cr: "A RELATION OF SEVEN YEARS SLAVERY Under the TURKS of ALGIER, Suffered by an ENGLISH Captive Merchant. Wherein is also contained All memorable Passages ... TOGETHER WITH A Description of the Sufferings of the miserable Captives under that merciless Tyranny. Whereunto is added A Second Book, containing a Description of Algier ... By FRANCIS KNIGHT."; s. [491]: "A TRUE JOURNAL OF THE SALLEE FLEET, WITH THE PROCEEDINGS of the VOYAGE. PUBLISHED BY JOHN DUNTON, London Mariner, Master of the Admiral, called the Leopard. Whereunto is annexed, A LIST of Sallee Captives Names, and the Places where they dwell, and a Description of the three Towns in a Card."; s. [499]: "A TRUE ACCOUNT OF THE CAPTIVITY OF THOMAS PHELPS, AT MACHINESS in BARBARY. And Of his strange Escape, in Company of Edmund Baxter, and others ... upon the thirteenth Day of June, 1685. By THOMAS PHELPS." 
500 |a Na s. [511]: "A TRUE RELATION OF THE INHUMAN and UNPARALLELED ACTIONS, AND BARBAROUS MURDERS, OF NEGROES or MOORS: Committed on three Englishmen in old Calabar in Guiney. OF The wonderful Deliverance of the fourth Person, after he had endured horrid Cruelties and Sufferings: Who lately arrived in England, and is now in his Majesty's Fleet. Together with A short but true Account of the CUSTOMS, MANNERS, and GROWTH of the COUNTRY ..."; s. [519]: "A REPORT OF THE KINGDOM of CONGO, A REGION in AFRICA, AND Of the Countries that border eound about the same. ... Drawn out of the Writings and Discourses of Odoardo Lopez, a Portuguese, by Philipp Pigafetta. Translated out of Italian by ABRAHAM HARTWELL."; s. [585]: "A RELATION OF A VOYAGE MADE IN THE Years 1695, 1696, 1697, ON THE COASTS of AFRICA, BY A Squadron of French Men of War, under the Command of M. de Gennes. By the Sieur FROGER, Voluntier-Engineer on Board the English Falcon."; s. [597]: "THE VOYAGES OF THE Sieur Le MAIRE TO THE CANARY ISLANDS, Cape-Verde, Senegal, and Gambia."; s. [625]: "A BRIEF Discovery or Description Of the most famous Island of MADAGASCAR, or St. LAURENCE, In Asia, near unto the East-Indies ... By RICHARD BOOTHBY, Merchant."; s. [733]: "A SHORT DISCOVERY OF THE COAST and CONTINENT OF AMERICA, From the EQUINOCTIAL Northward; and of the Adjacent ISLES. By WILLIAM GASTLE, Minister of the Gospel at Courtenhall in Northamptonshire. Whereunto is added The AUTHOR'S PETITION to the Parliament, for the Propagation of the Gospel in America ... And an ORDNANCE of Parliament for that Purpose, and for the better Government of the English PLANTATIONS there. Together with Sir Benjamin Rudyer's SPEECH in Parliament, January 21, 1644, concerning AMERICA."; s. [783]: "A COMMISSION FOR THE WELL-GOVERNING OF OUR PEOPLE INHABITING IN NEWFOUNDLAND; OR, TRAFFICKING in BAYS, CREEKS, or fresh RIVERS there."; s. [787]: "EBENEZER: OR A MONUMENT of THANKFULNESS. BEING A True Account of a lete Miraculous Preservation of Nine Men in a small Boat ... Drawn up By ALLEN GEARE, who was a Principal Sharer both in the Misery and Mercy; and attested by Mr. JOSEPH HURLOCK, Surgeon, now living in Coleman-Street, LONDON."; s. [795]: "NOVA FRANCIA: OR, THE DESCRIPTION OF THAT PERT OF NEW FRANCE, Which is one Continent with WIRGINIA. DESCRIBED In Three late VOYAGES and PLANTATION made by Mons. de Mots, Mons. du Pont-Gravé, and Mons. de Poutrincourt, into the Countries called by the Frenchmen, LA CADIA, lying to the South-West of Cape BRETON. TOGETHER WITH An exellent several TREATY of all the COMMODITIES of the said Countries, and MANNERS of the natural Inhabitans of the same. Translated out of the FRENCH into ENGLISG, by P.E."; s. [919]: "AN IMPARTIAL DESCRIPTION OF SURINAM UPON THE CONTINENT of GUINEA IN AMERICA. WITH A History of several strange Beasts, Birds, Fishes, Serpents, Insects, and Customs of that Colony, [et]c. Worthy the Perusal of all, from the Experience of GEORGE WARREN, Gent." 
500 |a Rok vydání římskými číslicemi 
500 |a Stránkování: 2 nečíslované strany, 94 stran, 3 nečíslované strany, strany xcviii-c, 95-102, 1 nečíslovaná strana, strany 102-212, 1 nečíslovaná strana, 1 prázdná strana, strany 213-279, 1 prázdná strana, 1 nečíslovaná strana, strany 278-402, 393-480, 1 prázdná strana, strany 466-931, 1 prázdná strana, 17 nečíslovaných listů přílohy; strana 151 je označena číslem 152, strana 246 číslem 236 
500 |a Tištěno antikvou, řecká slova alfabetou. Na titulní straně linka, impresum pod dvojlinkou. Konturové iniciály na ozdobném pozadí, plné iniciály v ozdobných rámech, plné iniciály ve volném prostoru, linky, linka z ozdůbek, živá záhlaví, marginálie, tabulky, poznámky pod textem, signatury, stránkové kustody; sazba ve dou sloupcích 
500 |a Celkem 17 mědirytových map, autorem 14 je kartograf Herman Moll, 3 mapy nejsou signované 
546 |a Místy latinský text, ojediněle řecká slova 
561 |a Na rubu titulního listu razítko se jménem "J. GROSSER"  |5 CZ-CbJVK 
562 |a Stará sign.: 79.8. (červeným inkoustem na prázdném listu oproti titulní straně); SB 143/8  |5 CZ-CbJVK 
562 |a Na rubu přední předsádky tužkou číselná značka antikvariátu a cena za 8 svazků 2500 korun československých  |5 CZ-CbJVK 
562 |a Chybí strany 665-732 (složka 8G-8Z); strany chyběly už v době, kdy byla kniha vázána  |5 CZ-CbJVK 
563 |a Vazba z přelomu 18. a 19. století, celokožená z hnědé kůže na lepenkových deskách, na hřbetu zlacené linky, vytlačený a zlacený titul a číslo svazku, desky i hrany desek zdobeny zlacenými linkami, žlutá ořízka; odřeno  |5 CZ-CbJVK 
650 0 7 |a geografie  |7 ph114618  |2 czenas 
650 0 7 |a historická geografie  |7 ph120715  |2 czenas 
650 0 7 |a regionální geografie světa  |7 ph120523  |2 czenas 
655 7 |a cestopisy  |7 fd131956  |2 czenas 
655 7 |a pojednání  |7 fd133056  |2 czenas 
700 1 |a Baudier, Michel,  |d asi 1589-1645  |7 ola2008452333  |4 aut 
700 1 |a Escalante, Bernardino de,  |d asi 1537-asi 1605  |7 xx0157271  |4 aut 
700 1 |a Frampton, John,  |d činný 1577-1596  |4 trl 
700 1 |a Bernier, François,  |d 1620-1688  |4 aut 
700 1 |a Coverte, Robert,  |d 17. století  |4 aut 
700 1 |a Bruton, William,  |d 17. století  |4 aut 
700 1 |a Galvão, António,  |d 1503-1557  |4 aut 
700 1 |a Hakluyt, Richard,  |d asi 1552-1616  |7 jx20070711011  |4 trl 
700 1 |a Phillip, William,  |d činný 1597  |4 trl 
700 1 |a Langenes, Barent,  |d činný 1597  |4 oth 
700 1 |a Drake, Francis,  |c Sir,  |d asi 1540-1596  |7 jn20000700429  |4 oth 
700 1 |a Fletcher, Francis,  |d asi 1555-asi 1619  |7 xx0219573  |4 aut 
700 1 |a Knight, Francis,  |d činný 17. století  |7 xx0219576  |4 aut 
700 1 |a Dunton, John,  |d činný 1636-1637  |7 xx0219572  |4 aut 
700 1 |a Phelps, Thomas,  |d činný 1684-1685  |4 aut 
700 1 |a Froger, François,  |d 1676-asi 1715  |4 aut 
700 1 |a Gennes, Jean-Baptiste,  |d 1656-1705  |4 oth 
700 1 |a Boothby, Richard,  |d činný 1644  |7 xx0219570  |4 aut 
700 1 |a Castell, William,  |d -1645  |7 xx0219571  |4 aut 
700 1 |a Rudyerd, Benjamin,  |c Sir,  |d 1572-1658  |4 aut 
700 1 |a Geare, Allen,  |d činný 1706-1707  |4 aut 
700 1 |a Hurlock, Joseph,  |d činný 1707-1742  |4 oth 
700 1 |a Warren, George,  |d činný 17. století  |4 aut 
700 1 |a Osborne, Thomas,  |d -1767  |7 xx0219349  |4 pbl 
700 1 |a Moll, Herman,  |d 1654-1732  |7 mzk2009533658  |4 ctg 
903 |a RP 
910 |a CBA001