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Title: A Selected Bibliography of Virginia, 1607-1699
Author: Jennings, John Melville, Swem, Earl Gregg
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  A SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF
  VIRGINIA, 1607-1699



[Illustration:
  A
  TRVE RE-
  lation of such occur-
  rences and accidents of noate as
  hath hapned in Virginia since the first
  planting of that Collony, which is now
  resident in the South part thereof, till
  the last returne from
  thence.

  _Written by Captaine_ Smith _Coronell of the said Collony, to a
  worshipfull_ friend of his in England.

  [Illustration: Ship]

  _LONDON_

  Printed for _Iohn Tappe_, and are to bee solde at the Grey-
  hound in Paules-Church-yard, by _W.W._

  1608
]



  A SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF
  VIRGINIA, 1607-1699


  By

  =E. G. Swem=
  Librarian Emeritus, William and Mary College

  =John M. Jennings=
  Director, Virginia Historical Society
  with the collaboration of

  =James A. Servies=
  Reference Librarian of William and Mary College



  =Virginia 350th Anniversary Celebration Corporation
  Williamsburg, Virginia=
  1957



  COPYRIGHT© 1957 BY
  VIRGINIA 350th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
  CORPORATION, WILLIAMSBURG, VIRGINIA



  Jamestown 350th Anniversary
  Historical Booklet, Number 1



FOREWORD


This bibliography is a modest collection of titles relating to the
life of seventeenth-century Virginia in its broadest interpretation.
It has been compiled with the need in mind of the general reader and
of the student who is just beginning research in the alluring field
of early Virginia history. Numerous titles have been omitted for the
reason that the number of pages allotted to this booklet requires
forbearance and retrenchment. The earnest purpose of the compilers has
been to include a good representation of those books and contributions
in periodicals that have stood the test of time. Again, yielding to
the demands of economy, the titles have been reduced in length from
the full style followed in standard catalogue entries. There is enough
information included in each title to enable the consultant to judge
of the contents of the book to which the title refers, and to learn
its date and size; enough to whet his historical appetite and to cause
him to hasten with joy to the nearest college or reference library,
where he will receive a happy welcome and be shown the books he wishes
in original edition, in reprint, or in reproduced form of photostat,
microfilm, microcard, or microsheet.

The arrangement of titles has been designed for browsing: secondary
works are arranged by author under certain general subjects; primary
materials, following collections of original narratives, by date from
"before 1607" to 1699.

The senior editors wish to acknowledge the cordial cooperation of
Miss Spotswood Hunnicutt, and to extend to our collaborator, Mr.
James A. Servies, Reference Librarian of William and Mary College,
warm gratitude and high praise for the characteristic industry and
enthusiasm he has displayed in every step of this compilation. His
rare gift of discerning bibliographical values has been constantly in
evidence.



  TABLE OF CONTENTS

  Foreword                                                 v

  Bibliographies and Guides                                1

  Secondary Works                                          3

    U. S. History--Including History of the South          3

    Virginia History--Including Local History              7

    Sixteenth-Century Virginia                            11

    Seventeenth-Century Virginia                          12

      General                                             12

      Special Topics                                      18

        Jamestown                                         18

        Social Life, Education                            19

        Economics                                         21

        Law and Politics                                  22

        Agriculture                                       24

        Indians                                           25

        Bacon's Rebellion, 1676                           26

        Religion                                          27

        The Negro                                         29

        Biography                                         29

        Fiction and Drama                                 32

  Primary Works                                           34

    Collections                                           34

    Before 1607                                           42

    1607-1609                                             43

    1610-1619                                             46

    1620-1629                                             52

    1630-1639                                             58

    1640-1649                                             59

    1650-1659                                             61

    1660-1669                                             64

    1670-1679                                             66

    1680-1689                                             69

    1690-1699                                             71



BIBLIOGRAPHIES AND GUIDES


=Abbot, William W.= A Virginia chronology, 1585-1783. Williamsburg,
     1957. (Jamestown 350th anniversary historical booklet, No. 2.)

=Association for Preservation= of Virginia Antiquities. Yearbook.
     Richmond, 1896-date.

=Brock, Robert A.= Virginia, 1606-1689 [with a critical essay on the
     sources of information]. In: Winsor, Narrative and critical
     history, v. 3, p. 127-68.

=Brown University.= John Carter Brown library. Bibliotheca Americana;
     catalogue of the ... library. Providence, R. I., 1919-1931. 3 v.

=Cole, George W.= A catalogue of books relating to the discovery and
     early history of North and South America forming a part of the
     library of E. D. Church. N. Y., 1907. 5 v.

=Eames, Wilberforce.= A bibliography of Captain John Smith. N. Y.,
     1927. 48 p.

[=Kennett, White=]. Bibliothecae Americanae primordia. An attempt
     towards laying the foundation of an American library. London,
     1713. 283 p.

=Kingsbury, Susan M.= An introduction to the records of the Virginia
     company of London with a bibliographical list of the extant
     documents. Washington, 1905. 214 p.

       Reprinted: Kingsbury, Records of the Virginia company, v. 1, p.
       11-206.

=New York (City).= Public Library. List of works in the New York public
     library relating to Virginia. N. Y., 1907. 71 p.

=Phillips, Philip L.= List of books relating to America in the
     register of the London company of stationers, from 1562-1638. Am.
     hist. assoc., Report (1896), v. 1, p. 1249-61.

____ Virginia cartography; a bibliographical description. Washington,
     1896. 85 p. (Smithsonian institution publication, no. 1039)

=Sabin, Joseph.= Bibliotheca Americana. A dictionary of books relating
     to America, from its discovery to the present time. N. Y.,
     1868-1936. 29 v.

=Stanard, William G.= The colonial Virginia register. Albany, N. Y.,
     1902. 249 p.

____ The Virginia archives. Am. hist. assoc., Report, 1903, v. 1, p.
     645-64.

=Swem, Earl G.= Bibliography of Virginia. Richmond, 1916-19. 3 v.

____ Maps relating to Virginia in the Virginia state library. Richmond,
     1914. [33]-263 p. (Virginia state library, Bulletin, v. 7, nos.
     2-3.)

____ Virginia historical index. Roanoke, Va., 1934-36. 2 v.

=Torrence, William C.= A trial bibliography of colonial Virginia.
     Richmond, 1908-10. 2 v. (Virginia state library, 5th-6th report,
     1908-10.)

=Virginia historical society.= Catalogue of the manuscripts. Richmond,
     1901. 120 p.

=Virginia State Library.= Calendar of transcripts [in the Virginia
     State Library]. Richmond, 1905. 658, xliv p.

=Winsor, Justin.= Maryland and Virginia [with a critical bibliography].
     In his: Narrative and critical history, v. 5, p. 259-84.



SECONDARY WORKS


=U. S. History--including History of the South=

=Andrews, Charles M.= The Colonial period of American history. New
     Haven, Conn., 1934-38. 4 v.

____ Our earliest colonial settlements, their diversities of origin and
     later characteristics. N. Y., 1933. 179 p.

=Avery, Elroy M.= A history of the United States and its people.
     Cleveland, 1904-10. 7 v.

=Bancroft, George.= A history of the United States. Boston, 1834-74. 10
     v.

=Beer, George L.= The old colonial system, 1660-1754. N. Y., 1912. 2 v.

____ The origins of the British colonial system, 1578-1660. N. Y.,
     1908. 438 p.

=Bolton, Herbert E. and T. M. Marshall.= The colonization of North
     America, 1492-1783. N. Y., 1920. 609 p.

=Bond, Beverly W.= The quit-rent system in the American colonies. New
     Haven, Conn., 1919. 492 p.

=Bozman, John L.= The history of Maryland, from its first settlement in
     1633, to the restoration, in 1660. Baltimore, 1837. 2 v.

=Bristol and America=, a record of the first settlers in the colonies
     of North America, 1654-1685. London, 1929. 182 p.

=The Cambridge history= of the British empire, v. 1, The old empire
     from the beginnings to 1783. Cambridge, 1929. 931 p.

=Chalmers, George.= Political annals of the present united colonies,
     from their settlement to the peace of 1763. Book 1, London, 1780.
     695 p.

       Book 2 published in N. Y. hist. soc., Collections (Publication
       fund ser.), 1 (1868), 1-176.

=Channing, Edward.= A history of the United States. N. Y., 1905-25. 6 v.

       v. 1, "The planting of a nation in the new world, 1000-1660."

       v. 2, "A century of colonial history, 1660-1760."

=Chatterton, Edward K.= English seamen and the colonization of America.
     London, 1930. 326 p.

=Chitwood, Oliver P.= A history of colonial America. 2nd ed. N. Y.,
     1948. 874 p.

=Crane, Verner W.= The Southern frontier, 1670-1732. Durham, N. C.,
     1928. 391 p.

=Craven, Wesley F.= The southern colonies in the seventeenth century,
     1607-1689. Baton Rouge, La., 1949. 451 p.

[=Crouch, Nathaniel=] A seventeenth century survey of America. [A
     reprint of "The English empire in America," 3rd ed., 1698.]
     Prepared by the personnel of the Work projects administration, San
     Francisco, Calif., 1940. 124 p.

=Dodd, William E.= The old South; struggles for democracy. N. Y., 1937.
     312 p.

=Douglass, William.= A summary, historical and political, of the first
     planting, progressive improvements, and present state of the
     British settlements in North America, Boston, 1755. 2 v.

=Doyle, John A.= English colonies in America. N. Y., 1882-1907. 5 v.

       v. 1, "Virginia, Maryland and the Carolinas."

=Eggleston, Edward.= The transit of civilization from England to
     America in the seventeenth century. N. Y., 1901. 344 p.

=Gayley, Charles M.= Shakespeare and the founders of liberty in
     America. N. Y., 1917. 270 p.

[=Hall, Fayr=] A short account of the first settlement of the provinces
     of Virginia, Maryland, New-York, New-Jersey, and Pennsylvania, by
     the British. London, 1735. 22 p.

       Reprinted [N. Y., 1922] 22 p.

=Hart, Albert B.=, ed. American history told by contemporaries. N. Y.,
     1901-1902. 4 v.

=Hotten, John C.= The original lists of persons of quality; emigrants;
     religious exiles; political rebels; serving men sold for a term
     of years; apprentices; children stolen; maidens pressed; and
     others who went from Great Britain to the American plantations,
     1600-1700. London, 1874. 604 p.

=Hubbell, Jay B.= The South in American Literature, 1607-1900. [Durham,
     N. C.] 1954. 987 p.

=Ingram, Arthur F. W.= The early English colonies; a summary [of a
     lecture] transcribed by Sadler Phillips. Milwaukee, Wis., 1908.
     228 p.

=Jernegan, Marcus W.= Laboring and dependent classes in colonial
     America, 1607-1783. Chicago [1931] 256 p.

=Johnson, Edgar A. J.= American economic thought in the seventeenth
     century. London, 1932. 292 p.

=Johnston, Mary.= Pioneers of the old South; a chronicle of English
     colonial beginnings. New Haven, Conn., 1921. 260 p. (Chronicles of
     America, v. 5)

=Keith, William.= The history of the British plantations in America.
     With a chronological account of the most remarkable things, which
     happen'd to the first adventurers ... Part 1. Virginia. London,
     1738. 187 p.

=Labaree, Leonard W.= Royal government in America; a study of the
     British colonial system before 1783. New Haven, Conn., 1930. 491 p.

=Lodge, Henry C.= A short history of the English colonies in America.
     [Rev. ed.] N. Y., 1882. 560 p.

=Morris, Richard B.= Government and labor in early America. N. Y.,
     1946. 557 p.

____ Studies in the history of American law, with special reference to
     the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. N. Y., 1930. 285 p.

=Morse, Jarvis M.= American beginnings: highlights and sidelights of
     the birth of the New World. Washington [1952] 260 p.

=Osgood, Herbert L.= The American colonies in the seventeenth century.
     N. Y., 1904-1907. 3 v.

=Piercy, Josephine K.= Studies in literary types in seventeenth century
     America (1607-1710). New Haven, Conn., 1939. 360 p. (Yale Studies
     in English, v. 91)

=Priestley, Herbert I.= The coming of the white man, 1492-1848. N. Y.,
     1929. 411 p.

=Robertson, William.= The history of America, books IX. and X.
     containing the history of Virginia to the year 1688; and of New
     England to the year 1652. Philadelphia, 1799. 196 p.

       First printed 1777, often reprinted.

=The South= in the building of the nation. Richmond [1903-1913]. 13 v.

=Trevelyan, George M.= England under the Stuarts. 12th ed. London,
     1925. 566 p.

=Tyler, Lyon G.= The Cavalier in America. [Richmond, 1913.] 19 p.

=Tyler, Moses C.= A history of American literature during the colonial
     time. N. Y., 1897. 2 v.

=Wertenbaker, Thomas J.= The first Americans, 1607-1690. N. Y., 1927.
     358 p. (A history of American life, v. 2)

=Wilson, Woodrow.= A history of the American people. [New ed.] N.Y.,
     1917. 10 v.

=Winsor, Justin=, ed. Narrative and critical history of America.
     Boston, 1884-89. 8 v.

=Wissler, Clark= [and others]. Adventurers in the wilderness. New
     Haven, Conn., 1925. 369 p. (Pageant of America, v. 1)


=Virginia History--including Local History=

=Abernethy, Thomas P.= Three Virginia frontiers. Baton Rouge, La.,
     1940. 96 p.

       (The W. L. Fleming lectures in Southern history, Louisiana State
       Univ., 1940)

=Andrews, Matthew P.= Virginia, the Old Dominion. N. Y., 1937. 664 p.

=Armes, Ethel M.= Stratford hall, the great house of the Lees.
     Richmond, 1936. 575 p.

=Association for the= preservation of Virginia antiquities. The old
     lighthouse at Cape Henry, Virginia; an account of early efforts to
     establish a lighthouse at entrance to Chesapeake Bay, 1607, 1789,
     1947. Norfolk, 1947. 16 p.

=Beverley, Robert.= The history of Virginia. 2nd ed. London, 1722. 284
     p.

       Reprinted: Richmond, 1855. 264 p.; Chapel Hill, N. C., 1947. 366
       p. First ed.: London, 1705.

=Boddie, John B.= Colonial Surry. Richmond, 1948. 249 p.

=Bruce, Philip A.= [and others] History of Virginia. Chicago, 1924. 6 v.

       "Colonial period, by Philip A. Bruce," v. 1.

____ The Virginia Plutarch. Chapel Hill, N. C., 1929. 2 v.

=Burk, John D.= The history of Virginia, from its first settlement to
     the commencement of the revolution. Petersburg, Va., 1822. 3 v.

       Documents, &c. [relating to Bacon's rebellion], v. 2, p. 247-74.
       Papers relating to the mission for procuring a more perfect
       charter [1674-76], v. 2, appendix, p. xxxiii-lxii.

=Campbell, Charles.= History of the colony and ancient dominion of
     Virginia. Philadelphia, 1860. 765 p.

=Chandler, Julian A. C. and Travis B. Thames.= Colonial Virginia.
     Richmond, 1907. 388 p.

____ Makers of Virginia history. N. Y. [1904] 347 p.

=Clark, Charles B.= The Eastern Shore of Maryland and Virginia. N. Y.,
     [1950] 3 v.

=Conway, Moncure D.= Barons of the Potomack and the Rappahannock. N.
     Y., 1892. 290 p.

=Cooke, John E.= Virginia; a history of the people. [New ed.] Boston,
     1903. 535 p.

=Fiske, John.= Old Virginia and her neighbors. Boston, 1900. 2 v.

=Foote, William H.= Sketches of Virginia, historical and biographical.
     [1st ser.] Philadelphia, 1850. 568 p.

=Gilliam, Sara K.= Virginia's people. A study of the growth and
     distribution of the population of Virginia from 1607 to 1943.
     [Richmond] 1944. 132 p.

=Glenn, Thomas A.= Some colonial mansions and those who lived in them,
     with genealogies of the various families mentioned [ser. 1].
     Philadelphia, 1898. 459 p.

=Goodwin, Rutherfoord.= A brief & true report concerning Williamsburg
     in Virginia: being an account of the most important occurrences in
     that place from its first beginning to the present time.... 3d ed.
     Williamsburg [1941] 406 p.

=Howe, Henry.= Historical collections of Virginia. Charleston, S. C.,
     1845. 544 p.

=Howison, Robert R.= A history of Virginia, from its discovery and
     settlement by Europeans to the present time. Philadelphia, 1848. 2
     v.

=Ingle, Edward.= Local institutions of Virginia. Baltimore, 1885. 127
     p. (Johns Hopkins univ. stud. in hist. and pol. sci., ser. 3, no.
     2-3)

=Johnston, Frederick.= Memorials of old Virginia clerks ... from 1634
     to the present time. Lynchburg, 1888. 405 p.

=Jones, Hugh.= The present state of Virginia, from whence is inferred
     a short view of Maryland and North Carolina. Ed. by Richard L.
     Morton. Chapel Hill, N. C., [1956] 295 p.

       First published in 1724; reprinted N. Y., 1865. 151 p.

=Kibler, J. Luther.= The cradle of the nation; ... Jamestown,
     Williamsburg and Yorktown. Richmond, 1931. 64 p.

=Martin, Joseph.= A new and comprehensive gazetteer of Virginia, and
     the District of Columbia ... to which is added a history of
     Virginia from its first settlement to the year 1754 [by W. H.
     Brockenbrough]. Charlottesville, Va., 1835. 636 p.

=Maury, Richard L.= The Huguenots in Virginia. [n.p., 1902?] 116 p.

=Meade, William.= Old churches, ministers and families of Virginia.
     Philadelphia, 1861. 2 v.

=Page, Thomas N.= The Old Dominion; her making and her manners. N. Y.,
     1908. 394 p.

=Pritts, Joseph.= Mirror of olden time border life; embracing a history
     of the discovery of America ... Also, history of Virginia,
     embracing its first settlement, the progressive movements of
     civilization and the establishment of civil government ... [2nd
     ed.] Abingdon, Va., 1849. 700 p.

=Robinson, Morgan P.= A complete index to Stith's history of Virginia.
     Richmond, 1912. 152 p.

____ Virginia counties. Richmond, 1916. 283 p. (Virginia state library,
     Bulletin, v. 9, no. 1-3)

=Stanard, Mary N.= Colonial Virginia, its people and customs.
     Philadelphia, 1917. 375 p.

=Starkey, Marion L.= The first plantation; a history of Hampton and
     Elizabeth City county, Virginia, 1607-1887. [Hampton, Va.], 1936.
     95 p.

=Stith, William.= The history of the first discovery and settlement of
     Virginia. Williamsburg, Va., 1747. 341, 34 p.

       Reprinted: N. Y., 1865. 341, 34 p.

[=Tyler, Lyon G.=] History of York county in the seventeenth century.
     Tyler's quarterly, 1 (1919), 231-75.

=Virginia. Dept. of= conservation. A hornbook of Virginia history;
     comp. by J. R. V. Daniel. [Richmond, 1949] 141 p.

____ State historical markers of Virginia. 6th ed. Richmond [1948] 262
     p.

=Weddell, Alexander W.= (ed.) A memorial volume of Virginia historical
     portraiture, 1585-1830. Richmond, 1930.

=Wertenbaker, Thomas J.= The old South; the founding of American
     civilization. N. Y., 1942. 364 p.

=Whitelaw, Ralph T.= Virginia's Eastern Shore. Richmond, 1951. 2 v.

=Willis, Carrie.= The story of Virginia. rev. ed. N. Y., 1950. 392 p.

=Willison, George F.= Behold Virginia: the fifth crown. N. Y., [1951]
     422 p.

=Writers' program, Virginia.= Virginia; a guide to the Old Dominion. N.
     Y. [1940] 710 p.


=Sixteenth-Century Virginia=

=Lewis, Clifford M. and Albert J. Loomie.= The Spanish Jesuit mission
     in Virginia, 1570-1572. Chapel Hill, N. C., 1953. 294 p.

=Lorant, Stefan=, ed. The new world; the first pictures of America
     by John White and Jacques Le Moyne and engraved by Theodore De
     Bry, with contemporary narratives of the Huguenot settlement in
     Florida, 1562-1565, and the Virginia colony, 1585-1590. N. Y.,
     1946. 292 p.

=Mook, Maurice A.= The aboriginal population of Tidewater Virginia. Am.
     anthropologist (new ser.), 46 (1944), 193-208.

=Sams, Conway W.= The conquest of Virginia: the first attempt. Norfolk,
     Va., 1924. 547 p.

=Tarbox, Increase N.= Sir Walter Ralegh and his colony in America.
     Including the charter of Queen Elizabeth in his favor, March 25,
     1584, with letters, discourses, and narratives of the voyages
     made to America at his charges, and descriptions of the country,
     commodities, and inhabitants. Boston, 1885. 329 p. (Prince society
     publications, v. 15)


=Seventeenth-Century Virginia=


--=General=--

=Alvord, Clarence W. and Lee Bidgood.= The first explorations of the
     Trans-Allegheny region by the Virginians, 1650-1674. Cleveland,
     1912. 275 p.

=Ames, Susie M.= Studies of the Virginia Eastern Shore in the
     seventeenth century. Richmond, 1940. 274 p.

=Andrews, Matthew P.= The soul of a nation; the founding of Virginia
     and the projection of New England. N. Y., 1943. 378 p.

=Boddie, John B.= Seventeenth-century Isle of Wight county, Virginia.
     Chicago [1938] 756 p.

=Brittingham, Joseph B.= The first trading post at Kicotan (Kecoughtan)
     Hampton, Virginia. Hampton, 1947. 23 p.

=Brown, Alexander.= The first republic in America; an account of the
     origin of this nation, written from the records then (1624)
     concealed by the Council, rather than from the histories then
     licensed by the Crown. Boston, 1898. 688 p.

____ The genesis of the United States. A narrative of the movement in
     England, 1605-1616, which resulted in the plantation of North
     America by Englishmen. Boston, 1890. 2 v.

       "Brief biographies," v. 2, p. 811-1068.

____ New views of early Virginia history, 1606-1619. Liberty, Va.,
     1886. 18 p.

=Bruce, Philip A.= The economic and social life of Virginia in the
     seventeenth century. In: The South in the building of the nation,
     v. 1, p. 46-73.

=Chandler, Julian A. C.= The beginnings of Virginia, 1584-1624. In: The
     South in the building of the nation, v. 1, p. 1-23.

=Cheyney, Edward P.= Some conditions surrounding the settlement of
     Virginia. Am. hist. rev., 12 (1907), 507-28.

=Craven, Wesley F.= Dissolution of the Virginia company; the failure of
     a colonial experiment. N. Y., 1932. 350 p.

____ The Virginia company of London, 1606-1624. Williamsburg, 1957.
     (Jamestown 350th anniversary historical booklet, No. 5.)

=Dodd, William E.= The emergence of the first social order in the
     United States. Am. hist. rev., 40 (1935), 217-31.

[=Ellyson, James T.=] The London company of Virginia; a brief account
     of its transactions in colonizing Virginia. N. Y., 1908. 24 p.

=Forman, Henry C.= The architecture of the Old South: the medieval
     style, 1585-1850. Cambridge, Mass., 1948. 203 p.

____ Virginia architecture in seventeenth century. Williamsburg, 1957.
     (Jamestown 350th anniversary historical booklet, No. 11.)

=Green, Bennett W.= How Newport's News got its name. Richmond, 1907.
     142 p.

=Greer, George C.= Early Virginia immigrants [1623-1666] Richmond,
     1912. 376 p.

=Hartwell, Henry.= The present state of Virginia, and the college, by
     Henry Hartwell, James Blair, and Edward Chilton [1727]. Ed. by
     Hunter D. Farish. Williamsburg, Va., 1940. lxxiii, 105 p.

=Henry, William W.= The settlement at Jamestown, with particular
     reference to the late attacks upon Captain John Smith, Pocahontas,
     and John Rolfe. Va. hist. soc., Proceedings, 1882, p. 10-63.

=Jefferson, Thomas.= Notes on the state of Virginia [1787]. Ed. by
     William Peden. Chapel Hill, N. C., 1955. 315 p.

       "Articles agreed on & concluded at James Cittie in Virginia
       [1651]," p. 114-16. "An act of indempnitie made att the
       surrender of the countrey [1651]," p. 116-17.

=Jester, Annie L. and Martha W. Hiden=, eds. Adventurers of purse and
     person. Virginia, 1607-1625. [n.p.] 1956. 442 p.

=Kingsbury, Susan M.= A comparison of the Virginia company with the
     other English trading companies of the 16th and 17th centuries.
     Am. hist. assoc., Report, 1906, v. 1, p. 159-76.

=Lefroy, Sir John H.= Memorials of the discovery and early settlement
     of the Bermudas or Somers islands, 1516-1685. London, 1877-1879. 2
     v.

=Mason, George C.= The case against Henricopolis. Va. mag., 56 (1948),
     350-53.

=Mook, Maurice A.= The ethnological significance of Tindall's map of
     Virginia, 1608. W & M quar. (ser. 2), 23 (1943), 371-408.

____ Virginia ethnology from an early relation [an analysis of Archer's
     "A relatyon of the discovery of our river"] W & M quar. (ser. 2),
     23 (1943), 101-29.

=Morison, Samuel E.= The Plymouth colony and Virginia. Va. mag., 62
     (1954), 147-65.

=Morton, Richard L.= Struggle against tyranny and the beginning of
     a new era, 1677-1699. Williamsburg, 1957. (Jamestown 350th
     anniversary historical booklet, No. 9.)

=Neill, Edward D.= Early settlement of Virginia and Virginiola, as
     noticed by poets and players in the time of Shakspeare, with some
     letters on the colonization of America, never before printed.
     Minneapolis, Minn., 1878. 47 p.

____ The English colonization of America during the seventeenth
     century. London, 1871. 352 p.

____ English maids for Virginia planters. Ships arriving at Jamestown,
     from the settlement of Virginia until the revocation of charter of
     London company. New England hist. and gen. register, 30 (1876),
     410-12, 414-18.

____ History of the Virginia company of London. Albany, N. Y., 1869.
     432 p.

____ Virginia, as a penal colony. Historical mag. (ser. 2), 5 (1869),
     296-97.

____ Virginia Carolorum: the colony under the rule of Charles the First
     and Second ... 1625-1685. Albany, N. Y., 1886. 446 p.

____ Virginia company of London. Extracts from their manuscript
     transactions. Washington, 1868. 17 p.

____ Virginia governors under the London company. Saint Paul, Minn.,
     1889. 35 p.

____ The Virginia lotteries. Virginia slaveholders, Feb., 1625. New
     England hist. and gen. register, 31 (1877), 21-22.

____ Virginia vetusta, during the reign of James the First. Albany, N.
     Y., 1885. 216 p.

=Phillips, Philip L.= Some early maps of Virginia and the makers,
     including plates relating to the first settlement of Jamestown.
     Va. mag., 15 (1907), 71-81.

=Sainsbury, W. Noel.= The first settlement of French protestants in
     America [1634]. Antiquary, 3 (1881), 101-3.

=Sams, Conway W.= The conquest of Virginia: the second attempt ...
     1606-1610. Norfolk, Va., 1929. 916 p.

____ The conquest of Virginia; the third attempt, 1610-1624. N. Y.,
     1939. 824 p.

=Stanard, Mary N.= The story of Virginia's first century. Philadelphia,
     1928. 331 p.

=Stanard, William G.= Some emigrants to Virginia. Memoranda in regard
     to several hundred emigrants to Virginia during the colonial
     period. Richmond, 1911. 79 p.

=Stephenson, N. W.= Some inner history of the Virginia company. W & M
     quar. (ser. 1), 22 (1913), 89-98.

=Swem, Earl G.=, ed. Jamestown 350th anniversary historical booklets.
     Williamsburg, 1957. 23 v.

       Contents: 1) E. G. Swem, J. M. Jennings and J. A. Servies, A
       selected bibliography of Virginia, 1607-1699. 2) W. W. Abbot,
       A Virginia chronology, 1585-1783. 3) B. C. McCary, Captain
       John Smith's map of Virginia. 4) S. M. Bemiss, The three
       charters of the Virginia company of London. 5) W. F. Craven,
       The Virginia company of London, 1606-1624. 6) C. E. Hatch,
       The first seventeen years at Jamestown, 1607-1624. 7) W. E.
       Washburn, Virginia under Charles I, and Cromwell, 1625-1660. 8)
       T. J. Wertenbaker, Bacon's rebellion, 1676. 9) R. L. Morton,
       Struggle against tyranny and the beginning of a new era,
       1677-1699. 10) G. M. Brydon, The faith of our fathers; religion
       in Virginia, 1607-1699. 11) H. C. Forman, Virginia architecture
       in seventeenth century. 12) W. S. Robinson, Mother earth; land
       grants in Virginia, 1607-1699. 13) James Wharton, The bounty
       of the Chesapeake; fishing in colonial Virginia, 1607-1699.
       14) Lyman Carrier, Agriculture in Virginia, 1607-1699. 15)
       S. M. Ames, Reading, writing and arithmetic in Virginia,
       1607-1699. 16) T. J. Wertenbaker, The government of Virginia
       in the seventeenth century. 17) A. L. Jester, Domestic life in
       Virginia, 1607-1699. 18) B. C. McCary, Indians in seventeenth
       century Virginia. 19) M. W. Hiden, How justice grew; the
       counties of Virginia; an abstract of their formation. 20) Melvin
       Herndon, The sovereign remedy; tobacco in colonial Virginia. 21)
       T. P. Hughes, Medicine in Virginia, 1607-1699. 22) C. W. Evans,
       Some notes on shipping and shipbuilding in colonial Virginia.
       23) J. P. Hudson, Jamestown commodities in the seventeenth
       century.

[T., J. W.] =The records of= the London company for the first colony in
     Virginia. Historical magazine, 2 (1858), 33-35.

=Torrence, William C.=, comp. Virginia wills and administrations,
     1632-1800. Richmond [1931] 483 p.

=Traylor, Robert L.= Some notes on the first recorded visit of white
     men to the site of the present city of Richmond, Virginia.
     Richmond, 1899. 20 p.

=Tyler, Lyon G.= England in America, 1580-1652. N. Y., 1904. 355 p.

____ London company records. Am. hist. assoc., Report (1901), v. 1, p.
     543-550.

=Washburn, Wilcomb E.= Virginia under Charles I, and Cromwell,
     1625-1660. Williamsburg, 1957. (Jamestown 350th anniversary
     historical booklet, No. 7.)

=Waterman, Thomas T.= Domestic colonial architecture of Tidewater
     Virginia. N. Y., 1932. 191 p.

=Wertenbaker, Thomas J.= The government of Virginia in the seventeenth
     century. Williamsburg, 1957. (Jamestown 350th anniversary
     historical booklet, No. 16.)

____ Virginia under the Stuarts, 1607-1688. Princeton, N. J., 1914. 271
     p.

=Wise, Jennings C.= Ye kingdome of Accowmacke; or, The Eastern Shore of
     Virginia in the seventeenth century. Richmond, 1911. 406 p.

=Wright, Louis B.= The first gentlemen of Virginia. San Marino, Calif.,
     1940. 373 p.

=Yardley, John H. R.= Before the Mayflower. N. Y., 1931. 408 p.


=Seventeenth-Century Virginia=

--=Special Topics=--


=Jamestown=

=Caywood, Louis R.= Excavations at Green Spring plantation. Yorktown,
     Va., 1955. 29 p.

=Cotter, John L. and J. P. Hudson.= New discoveries at Jamestown.
     Washington, 1957. 99 p.

=Forman, Henry C.= The bygone "Subberbs of James Cittie." W & M quar.
     (ser. 2), 20 (1940), 475-86.

____ Jamestown and St. Mary's, buried cities of romance. Baltimore,
     1938. 355 p.

=Gookin, Warner F.= The first leaders at Jamestown [1606-1607]. Va.
     mag., 58 (1950), 181-93.

=Gregory, George C.= Jamestown first brick state house. Va. mag., 43
     (1935), 193-99.

=Hatch, Charles E.= The first seventeen years at Jamestown, 1607-1624.
     Williamsburg, 1957. (Jamestown 350th anniversary historical
     booklet, No. 6.)

____ Jamestown, Virginia; the town site and its story. [Washington,
     1957] 54 p.

=Riley, Edward M.= and =Charles E. Hatch=, eds. James Towne in the
     words of contemporaries. Washington, 1955. 36 p.

=Tyler, Lyon G.= The cradle of the republic: Jamestown and James River.
     [2nd ed.] Richmond, 1906. 286 p.

=Yonge, Samuel H.= The site of old "James Towne," 1607-1698. Richmond,
     1907. 151 p.


=Social Life, Education=

=Ames, Susie M.= Reading, writing and arithmetic in Virginia,
     1607-1699. Williamsburg, 1957. (Jamestown 350th anniversary
     historical booklet, No. 15.)

[=Armstrong, Mrs. F. M.=] The Syms-Eaton free school. Benjamin Syms,
     1634; Thomas Eaton, 1659. [n.p., n.d.] 26 p.

=Blanton, Wyndham B.= Medicine in Virginia in the seventeenth century.
     Richmond [1930] 337 p.

=Bruce, Philip A.= Institutional history of Virginia in the seventeenth
     century; an inquiry into the religious, moral, educational, legal,
     military, and political condition of the people. N. Y., 1910. 2 v.

____ Social life of Virginia in the seventeenth century. An inquiry
     into the origin of the higher planting class, together with an
     account of the habits, customs, and diversions of the people. 2nd.
     ed. Lynchburg, Va., 1927. 275 p.

=Buck, James L. B.= The development of public schools in Virginia,
     1607-1952. Richmond [1952] 572 p. (Va. State board of educ.,
     Bulletin, v. 35, no. 1)

=Campbell, Helen J.= The Syms and Eaton Schools and their successors. W
     & M quar. (series 2), 20 (1940), 1-61.

=Comenius in England=; the visit of Jan Amos Komensky (Comenius), the
     Czech philosopher and educationalist, to London, in 1641-1642; its
     bearing on the origins of the Royal society, on the development
     of the encyclopedia, and on plans for the higher education of
     the Indians of New England and Virginia. Ed. by Robert F. Young.
     London, 1932. 99 p.

=Crozier, William A.= Virginia colonial militia, 1651-1776. N. Y.,
     1905. 144 p.

=Hughes, Thomas P.= Medicine in Virginia, 1607-1699. Williamsburg,
     1957. (Jamestown 350th anniversary historical booklet, No. 21.)

=Jester, Annie L.= Domestic life in Virginia, 1607-1699. Williamsburg,
     1957. (Jamestown 350th anniversary historical booklet, No. 17.)

=Land, Robert H.= Henrico and its college. W & M quar. (ser. 2), 18
     (1938), 453-98.

=McCabe, W. Gordon.= The first university in America, 1619-1622. Va.
     mag., 30 (1922), 133-56.

=McMurtrie, Douglas C.= The first printing in Virginia; the abortive
     attempt at Jamestown, the first permanent press at Williamsburg,
     the early gazettes, and the work of other Virginia typographic
     pioneers. Vienna, 1935. 15 p.

=Neill, Edward D.= History of education in Virginia during the
     seventeenth century. Washington, 1867. 27 p.

____ A study of the Virginia census of 1624. New England hist. and gen.
     register, 31 (1877), 147-53, 265-72, 393-401.

=Powell, William S.= Books in the Virginia colony before 1624. W & M
     quar. (ser. 3), 5 (1948), 177-84.

=Shurtleff, Harold R.= The log cabin myth; a study of the early
     dwellings of the English colonists in North America. Cambridge,
     Mass., 1939. 243 p.

=Smart, G. K.= Private libraries in colonial Virginia. Am. literature,
     10 (1938), 24-52.

=Tyler, Lyon G.= The College of William and Mary in Virginia: its
     history and work, 1693-1907. Richmond, 1907. 96 p.

=Wertenbaker, Thomas J.= Patrician and plebeian in Virginia.
     Charlottesville, Va., 1910. 239 p.

____ The planters of colonial Virginia. Princeton, N. J., 1922. 260 p.


=Economics=

=Andrews, Charles M.= British committees, commissions, and councils of
     trade and plantations, 1622-1675. Baltimore, 1908. 151 p. (Johns
     Hopkins univ. studies in hist. and pol. sci., ser. 26, nos. 1-3)

=Ballagh, James C.= White servitude in the colony of Virginia.
     Baltimore, 1895. 99 p. (Johns Hopkins univ. studies in hist. and
     pol. sci., ser. 13, nos. 6-7)

=Barnes, Viola F.= Land tenure in the English colonial charters of the
     seventeenth century. In: Essays in colonial history presented to
     Charles M. Andrews, New Haven, Conn., 1931, p. 4-40.

=Bassett, John S.= The relation between the Virginia planter and the
     London merchant. Am. hist. assoc., Report (1901), v. 1, p. 551-75.

=Bruce, Kathleen.= Virginia iron manufacture in the slave era. N. Y.,
     1930. 482 p.

=Bruce, Philip A.= Economic history of Virginia in the seventeenth
     century. N. Y., 1895. 2 v.

=Evans, Cerinda W.= Some notes on shipping and shipbuilding in colonial
     Virginia. Williamsburg, 1957. (Jamestown 350th anniversary
     historical booklet, No. 22.)

=Handlin, Oscar, and Mary Handlin.= Origins of the southern labor
     system [1607-1705] W & M quar. (ser. 3), 7 (1950), 199-222.

=Harrington, Jean C.= Glassmaking at Jamestown, America's first
     industry. Richmond [1952] 47 p.

=Harrison, Fairfax.= Virginia land grants: a study of conveyancing in
     relation to colonial politics. Richmond, 1925. 184 p.

=Hatch, Charles E.= Glassmaking in Virginia, 1607-1625. W & M quar.
     (ser. 2), 21 (1941), 119-38, 227-38.

=Hudson, J. P.= Jamestown commodities in the seventeenth century.
     Williamsburg, 1957. (Jamestown 350th anniversary historical
     booklet, No. 23.)

=Judah, Charles B.= The North American fisheries and British policy to
     1713. Urbana, Ill., 1933. 183 p.

=Macpherson, David.= Annals of commerce, manufactures, fisheries, and
     navigation. London, 1805. 4 v.

=Read, Thomas T.= Gold and the Virginia colony. Columbia university
     quarterly, 26 (1934), 43-47.

=Ripley, William Z.= The financial history of Virginia, 1609-1776. N.
     Y., 1893. 170 p. (Columbia univ. studies in hist., econ., and pub.
     law, v. 4, no. 1)

=Robinson, W. Stitt.= Mother earth; land grants in Virginia, 1607-1699.
     Williamsburg, 1957. (Jamestown 350th anniversary historical
     booklet, No. 12.)

=Smith, Abbot E.= Colonists in bondage: white servitude and convict
     labor in America. 1607-1776. Chapel Hill, N. C., 1947. 435 p.

=Wharton, James.= The bounty of the Chesapeake; fishing in colonial
     Virginia, 1607-1699. Williamsburg, 1957. (Jamestown 350th
     anniversary historical booklet, No. 13.)

=Williams, Lloyd H.= Pirates of colonial Virginia. Richmond, 1937. 139
     p.


=Law and Politics=

=Allen, John W.= English political thought, 1603-1660 (v. 1,
     1603-1644). London, 1938. 525 p.

=Ames, Susie M.= The reunion of two Virginia counties. Journal of
     Southern history, 8 (1942), 536-48.

=Birch, Thomas.= The court and times of James the First. London, 1849.
     2 v.

=Brown, Alexander.= English politics in early Virginia history. Boston,
     1901. 277 p.

=Chandler, Julian A. C.= The history of suffrage in Virginia.
     Baltimore, 1901. 76 p. (Johns Hopkins univ. studies in hist. and
     pol. sci., ser. 19, no. 6-7)

=Chitwood, Oliver P.= Justice in colonial Virginia. Baltimore, 1905.
     123 p. (Johns Hopkins univ. studies in hist. and pol. sci., ser.
     23, no. 7-8)

=Chumbley, George L.= Colonial justice in Virginia; the development of
     a judicial system, typical laws and cases of the period. Richmond,
     1938. 174 p.

=Crump, Helen J.= Colonial admiralty jurisdiction in the seventeenth
     century. London, 1931. 200 p.

=Flippin, Percy S.= Financial administration of the colony of Virginia.
     Baltimore, 1915. 95 p. (Johns Hopkins univ. studies in hist. and
     pol. sci., ser. 33, no. 2)

____ The royal government in Virginia, 1624-1775. N. Y., 1919. 393 p.
     (Columbia univ. stud. in hist., econ., and pub. law, v. 84, no. 1)

=Fuller, Hugh N.= [and others] Criminal justice in Virginia. N. Y.,
     1931. 195 p.

=Gordon, Armistead C.= The laws of Bacon's assembly. [Charlottesville,
     Va., 1914] 12 p.

=Hannay, David.= The great chartered companies. London, 1926. 258 p.

=Harper, Lawrence A.= The English navigation laws: a
     seventeenth-century experiment in social engineering. N. Y., 1939.
     503 p.

=Hatch, Charles E.= The oldest legislative assembly in America & its
     first state house. [Rev. ed.] Washington, 1947. 30 p.

=Henry, William W.= The first legislative assembly in America. Am.
     hist. assoc., Report, 1893, p. 297-316.

=Hiden, Martha W.= How justice grew; the counties of Virginia: an
     abstract of their formation. Williamsburg, 1957. (Jamestown 350th
     anniversary historical booklet, No. 19.)

=Karraker, Cyrus H.= The seventeenth-century sheriff; a comparative
     study of the sheriff in England and the Chesapeake colonies,
     1607-1689. Chapel Hill, N. C., 1930. 219 p.

=Latané, John H.= The early relations between Maryland and Virginia.
     Baltimore, 1895. 81 p. (Johns Hopkins univ. stud. in hist. and
     pol. sci., ser. 13, no. 3-4)

=Neill, Edward D.= The earliest contest in America on charter-rights,
     begun A.D. 1619, in Virginia legislature. Macalester college,
     Contributions (ser. 1), 5 (1890), 141-68.

=Porter, Albert O.= County government in Virginia, a legislative
     history, 1607-1904. N. Y., 1947. 356 p.

=Prince, Walter F.= The first criminal code of Virginia. Am. hist.
     assoc., Report (1899), v. 1, p. 309-363.

=Scott, Arthur P.= Criminal law in colonial Virginia. Chicago, 1930.
     335 p.


=Agriculture=

=Arents, George.= The seed from which Virginia grew. W & M quar. (ser.
     2), 19 (1939), 123-29.

____ Tobacco; its history illustrated by the books, manuscripts and
     engravings in the library of George Arents, Jr.; bibliographic
     notes by Jerome E. Brooks. N. Y., 1937-1952. 5 v.

=Cabell, Nathaniel F.= Early history of agriculture in Virginia.
     Washington [n.d.] 41 p.

=Carrier, Lyman.= Agriculture in Virginia, 1607-1699. Williamsburg,
     1957. (Jamestown 350th anniversary historical booklet, No. 14.)

=Craven, Avery O.= Soil exhaustion as a factor in the agricultural
     history of Virginia and Maryland, 1606-1860. Urbana, Ill., 1926.
     179 p.

=Gray, Lewis C.= History of agriculture in the southern United States
     to 1860. Washington, 1933. 2 v. (Carnegie institution publication,
     no. 430)

=Herndon, Melvin.= The sovereign remedy; tobacco in colonial Virginia.
     Williamsburg, 1957. (Jamestown 350th anniversary historical
     booklet, No. 20.)

=Robert, Joseph C.= The story of tobacco in America. N. Y., 1949. 296 p.

=Tatham, William.= An historical and practical essay on the culture and
     commerce of tobacco. London, 1800. 330 p.


=Indians=

=Bushnell, David I.= The five Monacan towns in Virginia, 1607.
     Washington, 1930. 38 p.

____ Indian sites below the falls of the Rappahannock, Virginia.
     Washington, 1937. 65 p. (Smithsonian misc. collections, v. 96, no.
     4)

____ The Monahoac tribes in Virginia, 1608. Washington, 1935. 56 p.
     (Smithsonian misc. collections, v. 94, no. 8)

____ Virginia--from early records. Am. anthropologist (new ser.), 9
     (1907), 31-44.

=McCary, Ben C.= Indians in seventeenth-century Virginia. Williamsburg,
     1957. (Jamestown 350th anniversary historical booklet, No. 18.)

=Mooney, James.= The Powhatan confederacy, past and present. Am.
     anthropologist (new ser.), 9 (1907), 129-152.

=Morrison, Alfred J.= The Virginia Indian trade to 1673. W & M quar.
     (ser. 2), 1 (1921), 217-36.

=Neill, Edward D.= Massacre at Falling Creek, Virginia, March 22,
     1621/22. Magazine of Am. hist., 1 (1877), 222-25.

=Robinson, W. Stitt.= Indian education and missions in colonial
     Virginia. Journal of Southern history, 18 (1952), 152-68.

=Willoughby, Charles C.= The Virginia Indians in the seventeenth
     century. Am. anthropologist, 9 (1907), 57-86.


=Bacon's Rebellion, 1676=

=Bayne, Howard R.= A rebellion in the colony of Virginia. [N. Y., 1904]
     16 p. (Society of colonial wars in the state of N. Y., Historical
     papers, no. 7)

=Brent, Frank P.= Some unpublished facts relating to Bacon's rebellion
     on the Eastern Shore of Virginia, gleaned from the court records
     of Accomac county. Va. hist. soc., Collections (new ser.), 11
     (1892), 177-89.

=Lane, John H.= The birth of liberty; a story of Bacon's rebellion.
     Richmond, 1909. 181 p.

=Stanard, Mary N.= The story of Bacon's rebellion. N. Y., 1907. 181 p.

=Stearns, Bertha M.= The literary treatment of Bacon's rebellion in
     Virginia. Va. mag., 52 (1944), 163-179.

=Ware, William.= A memoir of Nathaniel Bacon. In: Jared Sparks, Library
     of American biography, Boston, 1844, ser. 2, v. 3, p. 239-306.

=Wertenbaker, Thomas J.= Bacon's rebellion, 1676. Williamsburg, 1957.
     (Jamestown 350th anniversary historical booklet, No. 8.)

____ Torchbearer of the revolution, the story of Bacon's rebellion and
     its leader. Princeton, N. J., 1940. 237 p.


=Religion=

=Anderson, James S. M.= The history of the Church of England in the
     colonies and foreign dependencies of the British empire. 2nd ed.
     London, 1856. 3 v.

=Brydon, George M.= The faith of our fathers; religion in Virginia,
     1607-1699. Williamsburg, 1957. (Jamestown 350th anniversary
     historical booklet, No. 10.)

____ Virginia's mother church and the political conditions under which
     it grew. Richmond, 1947-52. 2 v.

=Colonial churches=; a series of sketches of churches in the original
     colony of Virginia. Richmond, 1907. 319 p.

=Cross, Arthur L.= The Anglican Episcopate and the American colonies.
     N. Y., 1902. 368 p.

=Edmundson, William.= A journal of the life, travels, sufferings and
     labour of love in the work of the ministry. 2nd ed. London, 1774.
     371 p.

       Description of Virginia in 1672, p. 66-72.

=Goodwin, Edward L.= The colonial church in Virginia. Milwaukee, Wis.
     [1927] 342 p.

=Goodwin, William A. R.= The records of Bruton parish church; ed. by
     Mary Frances Goodwin. Richmond, 1941. 205 p.

=Hawkins, Ernest.= Historical notices of the missions of the Church
     of England in the North American colonies, previous to the
     independence of the United States. London, 1845. 447 p.

[=Hawks, Francis L.=] A narrative of events connected with the rise and
     progress of the Protestant Episcopal church in Virginia. To which
     is added ... the Journals of the conventions in Virginia from the
     commencement to the present time. N. Y., 1836. 286, 332 p.

=Little, Lewis P.= Imprisoned preachers and religious liberty in
     Virginia. Lynchburg, Va., 1938. 534 p.

=McIlwaine, Henry R.= The struggle of protestant dissenters for
     religious toleration in Virginia. Baltimore, 1894. 67 p. (Johns
     Hopkins univ. stud. in hist. and pol. sci., ser. 12, no. 4)

=Mason, George C.= Colonial churches of Tidewater Virginia. Richmond,
     1945. 381 p.

=Miller, Perry.= Religion and society in the early literature: the
     religious impulse in the founding of Virginia [1619-1624]. W & M
     quar. (ser. 3), 6 (1949), 24-41.

____ The religious impulse in the founding of Virginia: religion and
     society in the early literature [1606-1622]. W & M quar. (ser. 3),
     5 (1948), 492-522.

=Pennington, Edgar L.= The Church of England in colonial Virginia; pt.
     1, 1607-1619. Hartford, Conn., 1937. 22 p.

=Perry, William S.= Historical collections relating to the American
     colonial church. v. 1, Virginia. [Hartford, Conn.] 1870. 585 p.

____ The history of the American Episcopal church, 1587-1883. Boston,
     1885. 2 v.

=Seiler, William H.= The Church of England as the established church
     in seventeenth-century Virginia [1606-1705] Journal of southern
     history, 15 (1949), 478-508.

=Thomas, R. S.= The old brick church, near Smithfield, Virginia. Built
     in 1632. Va. hist. soc., Collections (new ser.), 11 (1892), 127-63.

____ The religious element in the settlement at Jamestown in 1607.
     Petersburg, Va., 1898. 36 p.


=The Negro=

=Ballagh, James C.= A history of slavery in Virginia. Baltimore, 1902.
     160 p. (Johns Hopkins univ. studies in hist. and pol. sci., extra
     vol., 24)

=Phillips, Ulrich B.= American Negro slavery. N. Y., 1918. 529 p.

=Russell, John H.= The free Negro in Virginia, 1619-1865. Baltimore,
     1913. 194 p. (Johns Hopkins univ. studies in hist. and pol.
     science, ser. 31, no. 3)

=Writers' program.= Virginia. The Negro in Virginia. N. Y., 1940. 380 p.


=Biography=

=Adams, Henry.= Captain John Smith. North American Review, 104 (1867),
     1-30.

=Baxter, James P.= Memoir of Sir Ferdinando Gorges. In: Sir Ferdinando
     Gorges and his province of Maine, Boston, 1890, v. 1, p. 1-198.
     (Prince society publications, no. 18)

=Boddie, John B.= Edward Bennett of London and Virginia. W & M quar.
     (ser. 2), 13 (1933), 117-30.

=Burnyeat, John.= John Burnyeat, 1665-1673 [a missionary in the
     American colonies]. Va. mag., 19 (1911), 58-60.

=Chatterton, Edward K.= Captain John Smith. N. Y., 1927. 286 p.

=Claiborne, John H.= William Claiborne of Virginia. N. Y., 1917. 231 p.

=Davis, Richard B.= George Sandys, poet-adventurer; a study in
     Anglo-American culture in the seventeenth century. N.Y., 1955. 320
     p.

=Edwards, Edward.= The life of Sir Walter Raleigh. Based on
     contemporary documents ... together with his letters now first
     collected. [London] 1868. 2 v.

=Fletcher, John G.= John Smith--also Pocahontas. N. Y., [1928] 303 p.

=Glenn, Keith.= Captain John Smith and the Indians. Va. mag., 52
     (1944), 228-48.

=Hale, Nathaniel C.= Virginia venturer, a historical biography of
     William Claiborne, 1600-1677; the story of the merchant venturers
     who founded Virginia, and the war in the Chesapeake. Richmond
     [1951] 340 p.

=Harlow, Vincent T.= ed. The voyages of Captain William Jackson
     (1642-1645). London, 1923. 39 p.

=Harrison, Fairfax.= Henry Norwood (1615-1689), treasurer of Virginia,
     1661-1673. Va. mag., 33 (1925), 1-10.

=Heck, Earl L. W.= Augustine Herrman, beginner of the Virginia tobacco
     trade. [Richmond] 1941. 123 p.

=Henry, William W.= The rescue of Captain John Smith by Pocahontas.
     Potters American monthly, 4 (1875), 523-28; 5 (1875), 591-97.

=Herndon, John G.= The Reverend William Wilkinson of England, Virginia,
     and Maryland [1612?-1663]. Va. mag., 57 (1949), 316-321.

=Lee, Cazenove G. Jr.=, Lee Chronicle, a history of the Lees of
     Virginia. N. Y., 1956. 315 p.

=Lee, Edmund J.= Lee of Virginia, 1642-1892. Philadelphia [1895] 586 p.

=Morse, Jarvis M.= John Smith and his critics. Journal of Southern
     history, 1 (1935), 124-37.

=Motley, Daniel E.= Life of Commissary James Blair, founder of William
     and Mary college. Baltimore, 1901. 57 p. (Johns Hopkins univ.
     studies in hist. and pol. science, ser. 19, no. 10)

=Neill, Edward D.= Captain John Smith, adventurer and romancer.
     Macalester college, Contributions (ser. 1), 11 (1890), 241-51.

____ Memoir of Rev. Patrick Copland, rector elect of the first
     projected college in the United States. N. Y., 1871. 96 p.

____ Pocahontas and her companions; a chapter from the history of the
     Virginia company of London. Albany, N. Y., 1869. 32 p.

=Peckard, Peter.= Memoirs of the life of Mr. Nicholas Ferrar.
     Cambridge, 1790. 316 p.

=Pennington, Edgar L.= Commissary Blair. Hartford, Conn., 1936. 24 p.

=Poindexter, Charles.= Captain John Smith and his critics. Richmond,
     1893. 74 p.

=Pring, James H.= Captaine Martin Pringe, the last of the Elizabethan
     seamen. Plymouth [Eng.], 1888. 34 p.

=Robertson, Wyndham.= Pocahontas, alias Matoaka, and her descendants
     ... historical notes by R. A. Brock. Richmond, 1887. 84 p.

=Sheppard, William L.= The Princess Pocahontas; her story. From the
     original authorities. Richmond, 1907. 17 p.

=Shirley, John W.= George Percy at Jamestown, 1607-1612. Va. mag., 57
     (1949), 227-43.

=Smith, Bradford.= John Smith, his life and legend. Philadelphia, 1953.
     375 p.

=Smyth, Clifford.= Captain John Smith and England's first successful
     colony in America. N. Y., 1931. 176 p.

=Southall, James P. C.= Captain John Martin of Brandon on the James.
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=Fiction and Drama=

=Behn, Aphra.= The widdow ranter, or The history of Bacon in Virginia.
     A tragi-comedy. London, 1690. 56 p.

=Benet, Stephen Vincent.= Western star. N. Y. [1943]. 181 p.



[Illustration:
  VIRGINIA.

  A
  SERMON
  PREACHED AT
  =White-Chappel, in the=
  presence of many, Honourable and
  Worshipfull, the Adventurers and Plan-
  ters for =Virginia=.
  25 April, 1609.

  PVBLISHED FOR THE BENEFIT
  =And Vse Of The Colony, Planted,=
  and to bee Planted there, and for the Ad-
  uancement of their =Chris-
  tian= Purpose.

  By =William Symonds=, Preacher at Saint
  =Saviours= in Southwarke.

  =Ivde. 22. 23.=

  Haue compassion of some, in putting of difference:
  And other save with feare, pulling them out of the fire.

  LONDON:

  Printed by =I. Windet= for =Eleazar Edgar=, and
  _William Welby_, and are to be sold in Paules Church-
  yard at the Signe of the Windmill.
  1609.
]



[Illustration:
  =Nova Britannia=.

  OFFRING MOST
  Excellent fruites by Planting in
  =Virginia=

  Exciting all such as be well affected
  to further the same.

  [Illustration: Ship]

  =London=

  Printed for =Samvel Macham=, and are to be sold at
  his Shop in Pauls Church-yard, at the
  Signe of the Bul-head.
  1609.
]



[Illustration:
  NEVVES FROM VIRGINIA.

  =The Lost Flocke Triumphant=;
  With the happy Arrival of that famous and
  worthy knight S^r Thomas Gates: and
  the well reputed and valient Cap-
  taine M^r Christopher New-
  porte, and others, into
  Virginia.

  With the manner of their distresse in the Iland of Devils
  (otherwise called Bermoothawes) where they
  remained 42 weeks, and builded
  two Pynaces, in which
  they returned unto
  Virginia.

  by =R. Rich, Gent.=, one of the voyage.

  LONDON:

  Printed by Edw. Allde, and are to be solde by John
  Wright, at Christ-Church dore. 1610.
]



[Illustration:
  A TRVE
  DISCOVRSE OF THE
  PRESENT ESTATE OF =Vir-
  ginia=, and the successe of the affaires
  there till the 18 of _Iune_, 1614.
  _TOGETHER_.
  WITH A RELATION OF THE
  seuerall English Townes and fortes, the assu-
  red hopes of that countrie and the peace
  _concluded with the Indians_.

  The Christening of _Powhatans_ daughter
  _and her marriage with an English-man_.

  Written by =Raphe Hamor= the yon-
  ger, late Secretarie in that Colony.

  _Alget, qui non ardet._

  [Illustration]

  Printed at London by =Iohn Beale= for =Wil-
  liam Welby= dwelling at the signe of the
  _Swanne in Pauls Church-yard_ 1615.
]



[Illustration:
  THE
  GENERALL HISTORIE
  OF
  Virginia, New-England, and the Summer
  Isles: with the names of the Adventurers,
  Planters, and Governours from their
  first beginning An: 1584 to this
  present 1626.

  +With the Procedings of those Severall Colonies
  and the Accidents that befell them in all their
  Journyes and Discoveries.+

  Also the Maps and Descriptions of all those
  Countryes, their Commodities, people,
  Government, Customes, and Religion
  yet knowne.

  _=Divided into sixe Bookes.=_

  +By Captaine IOHN SMITH, sometymes Governour
  in those Countryes & Admirall
  of+ New England.

  LONDON.

  Printed by I.D. and
  I.H. for +Michael
  Sparkes+.
  1627.

  Thomas L. Williams, Photo
]



[Illustration:
  VIRGINIA

  Impartially examined, and left
  to publick view, to be considered by all Iudi-
  cious and honest men.

  Under which Title, is compre-
  hended the Degrees from 34 to 39, wherein
  lyes the rich and healthfull Countries of _Roanook_,
  the now Plantations of _Virginia_
  and _Mary-land_.

  Looke not upon this =Booke=, as
  those that are set out by private men, for private
  ends; for being read, you'l find, the publick
  good is the Authors onely aime.

  For this Piece is no other then the Adventurers
  or Planters faithfull Steward, disposing the Ad-
  venture for the best advantage, advising
  people of all degrees, from the highest
  Master, to the meanest Servant,
  how suddenly to raise
  their fortunes.

  Peruse the Table, and you shall finde the
  way plainely layd downe

  By =William Bvllock=, Gent.

  _19 April, 1649._ _Imprimatur_, Hen: Whaley.

  _LONDON_:

  Printed by _John Hammond_, and are to be sold at his house
  over-against S. _Andrews_ Church in _Holborne_. 1649.
]



[Illustration:
  VIRGINIA:

  More especially the South part thereof,
  Richly and truly valued: _viz._

  The fertile _Carolana_, and no lesse excellent Isle of _Roa-
  noak_, of Latitude from 31. to 37. Degr. relating the
  meanes of raysing infinite profits to the Adventu-
  rers and Planters.

  _The second Edition, with Addition of_

  THE DISCOVERY OF SILKWORMS.
  with their benefit.

  And Implanting of Mulberry Trees.

  ALSO

  The Dressing of Vines, for the rich Trade of ma-
  king Wines in VIRGINIA.

  _Together with_

  The making of the Saw-mill, very usefull in _Virginia_,
  for cutting of Timber and Clapbord to build with-
  all, and its Conversion to many as profitable Uses.

  By _E. W._ Gent.

  _LONDON_,

  Printed by _T. H._ for _John Stephenson_, at the Signe of
  the Sun below Ludgate. 1650.
]



[Illustration:
  PUBLICK
  GOOD
  Without Private
  INTEREST.
  OR,
  A Compendious _Remonstrance_ of the
  present sad State and Condition of the English
  Colonie in VIRGINEA.
  WITH
  A Modest =Declaration= of the severall Causes
  (so far as by the Rules of Right, Reason, and Religious Obser-
  vation may be Collected) why it hath not prospered better hitherto
  AS ALSO,
  A Submissive suggestion of the most prudentiall probable wayes, and
  meanes, both Divine and Civill (that the inexpert Remembrancer could
  for the present recall to minde) for its happyer improvement
  and advancement for the future.

  Humbly presented to His Highness the Lord _Protectour_,
  By a Person zealously devoted,
  To the more effectual propagating of the Gospel in that Nation,
  and to the inlargement of the Honour and Benefit, both of the said
  Colonie, and this whole Nation, from whence they
  have been transplanted.

  _Qui sibi solium se natum putat,
  Secum solus semper vivat,
  Hoc solum habent homines cum deo commune,
  Aliu bene facere Synes._

  To do good, and to communicate, forget not:
  for with such sacrifices, God is well pleased, _Heb._ 13. v. 16.

  _LONDON_,

  Printed for _Henry Marsh_, and are to be sold at
  the Crown in S. _Paul_'s Church-yard. 1657.
]


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____ To have and to hold. Boston, 1900. 403 p.

=Tucker, Henry St. G.= Hansford; a tale of Bacon's rebellion. Richmond,
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=Wyatt, Sir Francis.= Documents of Sir Francis Wyatt, governor,
     1621-1626. W & M quar. (ser. 2), 7 (1927), 42-7; continued to 8
     (1928), 157-67.


=Before 1607=

=Canner, Thomas.= A relation of the voyage made to Virginia, in the
     _Elizabeth_ of London, a barke of fiftie tunnes by Captaine
     Bartholomew Gilbert, in the yeere 1603. In: Purchas his pilgrimes,
     v. 4, p. 1656-1658.

=Hariot, Thomas.= A brief and true report of the new found land of
     Virginia [1588; De Bry ed., 1590, with engravings of John White's
     drawings]. N. Y., 1871. 33 p., 47 l.

       Reprinted: London, 1893. 111 p.; London, 1900. 84 p.; N. Y.,
       1903. 24 l.; [Monroe, N. C., n.d.] 48 p.; Ann Arbor, Mich.,
       1931. 48 p.

=Pring, Martin.= Scheeps-togt van Martin Pringe, gedaan in 't jaar
     1603. Van Bristol na 't Noorder-gedeelte van Virginien. Leyden,
     1706. 16 p.

=Percy, George.= Observations gathered out of a discourse of the
     plantation of the southerne colonie in Virginia by the English,
     1606. In: Purchas his pilgrimes, v. 4, p. 1685-1690.

       Reprinted: John Smith, Travels and works, ed. by Arber, v. 1,
       p. lvii-lxxiii; Brown, Genesis of the U. S., v. 1, p. 152-68;
       Tyler, Narratives of early Virginia, p. 5-23.

=Stoneman, John.= The voyage of M. Henry Challons, intended for the
     North plantation of Virginia, 1606, taken by the way, and ill used
     by the Spaniards. In: Purchas his pilgrimes, v. 4, p. 1685-1690.

=Virginia. Charter.= Part of the first patent granted by his maiestie
     for the plantation of Virginia, Aprill the tenth, 1606. In:
     Purchas his pilgrimes, v. 4, p. 1683-84.

=Virginia company of London.= Instructions by way of advice, for the
     intended voyage to Virginia [1606]. In: John Smith, Travels and
     works, ed. by Arber, v. 1, p. xxxiii-xxxvii.

       Reprinted: Neill, History of the London company of Virginia, p.
       8-14.


1607-1609

[=Archer, Gabriel=] Capt. Newport's discoveries, Virginia, May [1607].
     A relatyon of the discovery of our river, from James forte into
     the maine. Am. antiq. soc., Trans., v. 4, (1860), p. 40-65.

       Includes "The description of the now-discovered river and
       country of Virginia; with the liklyhood of ensuing ritches," p.
       59-62. "A brief description of the people," p. 63-65.

       The "relatyon" itself is reprinted in John Smith, Travels and
       works, ed. by Arber, v. 1, p. xl-lv.

=Tindall, Robert.= Robert Tindall, gunner to Prince Henry. Letter to
     the prince, 22 June 1607. In: John Smith, Travels and works, ed.
     by Arber, v. 1, p. xxxviii-xxxix.

       Reprinted: Brown, Genesis of the U. S., v. 1, p. 108-9.

=Virginia. Council, 1607.= Coppie of a letter from Virginia, dated 22d
     of June, 1607. In: Brown, Genesis of the U. S., v. 1, p. 106-8.

=Ford, Worthington C.= Tyndall's map of Virginia [1608]. Mass. hist.
     soc., Proc., 58 (1925), 244-47.

       Includes facsimile reproduction.

=Smith, John.= The copy of a letter sent to the treasurer and councell
     of Virginia, [1608?]. In: Brown, Genesis of the U. S., v. 1, p.
     199-204.

____ A true relation of such occurrences and accidents of noate as hath
     hapned in Virginia since the first planting of that collony, which
     is now resident in the south part thereof, till the last returne
     from thence. London, 1608. 36 p.

       Reprinted: Boston, 1866. 88 p.; Smith, Travels and Works, ed. by
       Arber, v. 1, p. 1-40; Tyler, Narratives of early Virginia, p.
       25-71.

=Wingfield, Edward M.= A discourse of Virginia [1608]; ed. with notes
     by Charles Deane. Boston, 1859. 44 p.

       Reprinted: Am. antiq. soc., Transactions, 4 (1860), 67-103; John
       Smith, Travels and works, ed. by Arber, v. 1, p. lxxiv-xci.

[=Archer, Gabriel=] A letter of M. Gabriel Archar, touching the voyage
     of the fleet of ships, which arrived at Virginia, without Sir Tho.
     Gates, and Sir George Summers, 1609. In: Purchas his pilgrimes, v.
     4, p. 1733-34.

       Reprinted: John Smith, Travels and works, ed. by Arber, v. 1, p.
       xciv-xcvii; Brown, Genesis of the U. S., v. 1, p. 328-32.

=Crashaw, William.= A sermon preached in London before the right
     honorable the Lord La Warre, Lord governour and Captaine generall
     of Virginea, and others of his Majesties counsell for that
     kingdome, and the rest of the adventurers in that plantation ...
     Febr. 21, 1609. London, 1610. 91 p.

[=Gray, Robert=] A good speed to Virginia. London, 1609. 29 p.

       Reprinted: N. Y., 1937. 43 p.

[=Johnson, Robert=] Nova Britannia. Offring most excellent fruites by
     planting in Virginia. London, 1609. 31 p.

       Reprinted: Force tracts, v. 1, no. 6. 28 p.; N. Y., 1867. 40 p.

=Price, Daniel.= Sauls prohibition staide; or, The apprehension and
     examination of Saule. And to the inditement of all that persecute
     Christ with a reproofe of those that traduce the honourable
     plantation of Virginia. London, 1609. 40 p.

=Ratcliffe, John.= Captain John Ratcliffe _alias_ Sickelmore. Letter to
     the Earl of Salisbury, 4 October 1609. In: John Smith, Travels and
     works, ed. by Arber, v. 1, p. xcviii-xcix.

=Symonds, William.= Virginia. A sermon preached at White-Chappel, in
     the presence of ... the adventurers and planters for Virginia, 25.
     April. 1609. London, 1609. 54 p.

=Spelman, Henry.= Relation of Virginia, 1609. London, 1872. 58 p.

       Reprinted: John Smith, Travels and works, ed. by Arber, v. 1, p.
       ci-cxiv.

=Virginia company of London.= [Advertising the enterprise under the new
     charter. London? 1609] Broadside. In: Brown, First republic, p.
     100-104.

____ Instructions, orders and constitucions to Sir Thomas West, Knight,
     Lord La Warr. [1609?] In: Kingsbury, Records of the Virginia
     company, v. 3, p. 24-29.

____ Instruccions, orders and constitucions to Sir Thomas Gates,
     Knight, Governor of Virginia. 1609. In: Kingsbury, Records of the
     Virginia company of London, v. 3, p. 12-24.

____ A letter from the councill and company of the honourable
     plantation in Virginia to the Lord Mayor, alderman and companies
     of London [1609?]. In: Brown, Genesis of the U. S., v. 1, p.
     252-54.


1610-1619

=Argall, Sir Samuel.= The voiage from James Towne to seeke the ile of
     Bermuda, and missing the same, his putting over toward Sagadahoc
     and Cape Cod, and so back againe to James Towne, begun the
     nineteenth of June, 1610. In: Purchas his pilgrimes, v. 4, p.
     1758-62.

=De la Warr, Thomas West=, 3rd lord. Lorde De la Warr to the right
     honorable ... the Earl of Salisbury, 1610. In: Brown, Genesis of
     the U. S., v. 1, p. 413-15.

[=Jourdain, Silvester=] A discovery of the Barmudas, otherwise called
     the Ile of Divels; by Sir Thomas Gates, Sir George Sommers, and
     Captayne Newport, with divers others. London, 1610. In: Force
     tracts, v. 3, no. 3, p. 9-15.

       Reprinted N. Y., 1940. 24 p.

=The proceedings of= the English colony in Virginia, from the beginning
     of the plantation 1606, till anno 1610, somewhat abridged. In:
     Purchas his pilgrimes, v. 4, p. 1705-33.

=Rich= [=Richard=] Newes from Virginia (1610). London, 1874. 19 p.

       Reprinted: Neill, Early settlement of Virginia and Virginiola,
       p. 29-35; [Boston, 1922] 14 p. (Americana series, photostat, no.
       65); [N. Y., 1937] 29 p.

=Strachey, William.= A true repertory of the wracke, and redemption
     of Sir Thomas Gates, Knight; upon, and from the ilands of the
     Bermudas: his coming to Virginia, and the estate of that colonie
     then, and after, under the government of the Lord La Warr, July
     15, 1610. In: Purchas his pilgrimes, v. 4, p. 1734-58.

=Virginia company of London.= By the counsell of Virginea [Notice that
     the ship _Hercules_ is now preparing to make a supply to the
     colony of Virginia] [London? 1610] Broadside. In: Brown, Genesis
     of the U. S., v. 1, p. 439.

____ A publication by the counsell of Virginea, touching the plantation
     there. London, 1610. Broadside. In: Brown, Genesis of the U. S.,
     v. 1, p. 354-356.

____ A true and sincere declaration of the purpose and ends of the
     plantation begun in Virginia. London, 1610. 26 p.

       Reprinted: Brown, Genesis of the U. S., v. 1, p. 338-53.

____ A true declaration of the estate of the colonie in Virginia, with
     a confutation of such scandalous reports as have tended to the
     disgrace of so worthy an enterprise. London, 1610. 68 p.

       Reprinted: Force tracts, v. 3, no. 1. 27 p.

=Virginia. Council, 1610.= Letter of the Governor and council of
     Virginia to the Virginia company of London. In: Brown, Genesis of
     the U. S., v. 1, p. 402-13.

=Dale, Sir Thomas.= Letter to Lord Salisbury, 1611. In: Brown, Genesis
     of the U. S., v. 1, p. 501-8.

____ Sir Thomas Dale to the president and counsell of the companie of
     adventurers and planters in Virginia [1611]. In: Brown, Genesis of
     the U. S., v. 1, p. 489-94.

=De la Warr, Thomas West=, 3rd lord. The relation of the right
     honourable the Lord De la Warre. London, 1611. 15 p.

       Reprinted: N. Y. [1868?] 17 p.; [London, 1858] 17 p.; Tyler,
       Narratives of early Virginia, 209-214; Brown, Genesis of the U.
       S., v. 1, p. 477-83.

=Depositions of= John Clarke and others, at Havana, 1611. Am. hist.
     rev., 25 (1920), 467-73.

=Virginia company of London.= By the counsell of Virginea. [That a
     fleet of good ships would soon be ready to sail for Virginia.]
     London, 1611. Broadside. In: Brown, Genesis of the U. S., v. 1, p.
     445.

=Whitaker, Alexander.= Whitaker to Crashaw ... 1611. In: Brown, Genesis
     of the U. S., v. 1, p. 497-500.

=Experiences on journey= to America. Accurate transcript from the
     Booke of proceedings and accidents of the first permanent English
     settlement in America [1612] Connecticut mag., 11 (1907), 315-19.

       Reprinted: Journal of Am. hist., 1 (1907), 206-8.

[=Johnson, Robert=] The new life of Virginea: declaring the former
     successe and present estate of that plantation, being the second
     part of Nova Britannia. London, 1612. 52 p.

       Reprinted: Force tracts, v. 1, no. 7. 24 p.; Mass. hist. soc.,
       Collections (ser. 2), 8 (1826), 199-223.

=McCary, Ben C.= Captain John Smith's map of Virginia [1612].
     Williamsburg, 1957. (Jamestown 350th anniversary historical
     booklet, No. 3.)

=Percy, George.= "A trewe relacyon." Virginia from 1609-1612. Tyler's
     quarterly, 3 (1922), 259-82.

=The proceedings and accidents= of the English colony in Virginia,
     extracted from the authors following, by William Simons, doctour
     of divinitie [1612] In: John Smith, Travels and works, ed. by
     Arber, v. 2, p. 383-488.

=The proceedings of= the English colonie in Virginia since their first
     beginning from England in the yeere of our Lord 1606, till this
     present 1612, with all their accidents that befell them in their
     journies and discoveries. By W. S. Oxford, 1612. In: John Smith,
     Travels and works, ed. by Arber, v. 1, p. 85-174.

       Reprinted: Tyler, Narratives of early Virginia, p. 119-204.

=Smith, John.= The description of Virginia by Captaine John Smith,
     inlarged out of his written notes. In: Purchas his pilgrimes, v.
     4, p. 1691-1704.

____ A map of Virginia. With a description of the countrey, the
     commodities, people, government and religion. Oxford, 1612, 39,
     110 p.

       Reprinted: Smith, Travels and works, ed. by Arber, v. 1, p.
       41-174; Tyler, Narratives of early Virginia, p. 76-204.

       Contents: [Vocabulary of Indian words.] The description of
       Virginia. The proceedings of the English colonie in Virginia ...
       till this present 1612.

[=Strachey, William=, ed.] For the colony in Virginea Britannia. Lawes
     divine, morall and martiall. London, 1612. 41, 7 p.

       Reprinted: Force tracts, v. 3, no. 2. 68 p.; Photostat
       Americana, ser. 2, no. 16, Boston, 1936.

____ The historie of travell into Virginia Britania (1612); ed. by
     Louis B. Wright and Virginia Freund. London, 1953. xxxii, 221 p.

       Also ed. by R. H. Major, London, 1849. 203 p.

=Argall, Sir Samuel.= A letter touching his voyage to Virginia, and
     actions there, written to Nicholas Hawes, June, 1613. In: Purchas
     his pilgrimes, v. 4, p. 1764-65.

       Reprinted: Brown, Genesis of the U. S., v. 2, p. 640-44.

=Dale, Sir Thomas.= Sir Thomas Dale's letter to Sir Thomas Smith, 1613.
     Extract in: Brown, Genesis of the U. S., v. 2, p. 639-40.

[=Jourdain, Silvester=] A plaine description of the Barmudas, now
     called Sommer Ilands. With the manner of their discoverie Anno
     1609. London, 1613. 43 p.

       Reprinted: Force tracts, v. 3, no. 3. 24 p.

=Virginia company of London.= A broadside [concerning the lottery]
     1613. In: Brown, Genesis of the U. S., v. 2, p. 608-9.

____ By his Majesties councell for Virginia [On the lottery to be
     held May 10, 1613] London, 1613. Broadside. In: Brown, Genesis
     of the U. S., v. 2, p. 608-9; John Carter Brown Library, Three
     proclamations.

=Whitaker, Alexander.= Good newes from Virginia. London, 1613. 14, 44 p.

       Reprinted: [N. Y., 1936] 14, 44 p.

____ Part of a tractate written at Henrico in Virginia, 1613. In:
     Purchas his pilgrimes, v. 4, p. 1771-73.

=Dale, Sir Thomas.= A letter of Sir Thomas Dale, and another of Master
     Whitakers, from James Towne in Virginia, June 18, 1614. And a
     piece of a tractate, written by the said Master Whitakers from
     Virginia the yeere before. In: Purchas his pilgrimes, v. 4, p.
     1768-1773.

=Hamor, Ralph.= Notes of Virginia affaires in the government of Sir
     Thomas Dale and of Sir Thomas Gates till anno 1614. In: Purchas
     his pilgrimes, v. 4, p. 1766-68.

____ A true discourse of the present estate of Virginia, and the
     successe of the affaires there till the 18 of June, 1614. Together
     with a relation of the severall English townes and fortes, the
     assured hopes of that countrie and the peace concluded with the
     Indians. The Christening of Powhatans daughter and her marriage
     with an English-man. London, 1615. 69 p.

       Reprinted: Albany, N. Y., 1860. 69 p.

=Rolfe, John.= The coppie of the Gentle-mans letters to Sir Thomas
     Dale, that after married Powhatans daughter, containing the
     reasons moving him thereunto [1614] In: Tyler, Narratives of early
     Virginia, p. 239-44.

=Virginia company of London.= The reply of the Virginia council, 1614,
     in defense of Argall. In: Brown, Genesis of the U. S., v. 2, p.
     730-33.

____ A declaration for the certain time of drawing the great standing
     lottery. London, 1615. Broadside. In: Brown, Genesis of the U.
     S., v. 2, p. 684-685, 761-765; also in John Carter Brown library,
     Three proclamations.

=Rolfe, John.= A true relation of the state of Virginia lefte by Sir
     Thomas Dale, knight, in May last, 1616. From original manuscript
     in the library of Henry C. Taylor, Esq. Edited by J. C. Wylie, F.
     L. Berkeley, Jr., and John M. Jennings. New Haven, Conn., 1951. 29
     p.

       Printed earlier in Southern literary messenger, 5 (1839), 401-6;
       reprinted Va., historical register, 1 (1848), 101-13.

=Smith, John.= Captain John Smith to Queen Anne [1616?] In: Brown,
     Genesis of the U. S., v. 2, p. 784-88.

=Virginia company of London.= A briefe declaration of the present state
     of things in Virginia [1616] In: Brown, Genesis of the U. S., v.
     2, p. 774-79.

=Rolfe, John.= Letter of John Rolfe [to Edwin Sandys, 8 June], 1617.
     Va. mag., 10 (1902), 134-138.

=Virginia company of London.= By his Majesties councell for Virginia
     [relating the good condition of the colony at the return of Sir
     Thomas Dale] [London? 1617] Broadside. In: Brown, Genesis of the
     U. S., v. 2, p. 797-798.

=Adventurers to Virginia= [1618?]. In: Kingsbury, Records of the
     Virginia company, v. 3, p. 79-90.

=Virginia company of London.= Instructions to George Yeardley, 1618.
     In: Kingsbury, Records of the Virginia company, v. 3, p. 98-109.

=Of the lottery=: Sir Thomas Dales returne: the Spaniards in Virginia.
     Of Pocahontas and Tomocomo: Captaine Yerdley and Captaine Argoll
     (both since knights) their government; the Lord La-Warrs death,
     and other occurrents till anno 1619. In: Purchas his pilgrimes, v.
     4, p. 1773-75.

=Pory, John.= Letter of John Pory, 1619 secretary of Virginia, to Sir
     Dudley Carleton. In: Tyler, Narratives of early Virginia, p.
     282-87.

=Virginia. Assembly, 1619.= A reporte of the manner of proceedings in
     the General assembly convened at James citty in Virginia, July 30,
     1619. N. Y., hist. soc., Collections (ser. 2), 3 (1857), 329-58.

       Reprinted: Colonial Records of Virginia, p. 9-32; Tyler,
       Narratives of early Virginia, p. 249-78; Kingsbury, Records of
       the Virginia company, v. 3, p. 153-77.

=Virginia company of London.= A note of the shipping, men, and
     provisions sent to Virginia. London, 1619. 3 p.

       Reprinted: Brown, First republic, p. 366; Va. mag., 6 (1898),
       231-32; Kingsbury, Records of the Virginia company, v. 3, p.
       115-17.

=Yate, Ferdinando.= Yate's account of a voyage to Virginia in 1619. N.
     Y. public library, Bulletin, 1 (1897), 68-72.

       Reprinted: Kingsbury, Records of the Virginia company, v. 3, p.
       109-14.


1620-1629

[=Butler, Nathaniel=] Historye of the Bermudaes or Summer islands
     [162-?] Ed. from a Ms. in the Sloane collection, British museum,
     by J. H. Lefroy. London, 1882. 327 p. (Hakluyt soc., Works, no.
     65)

[=Bonoeil, John=] Observations to be followed, for the making of fit
     roomes, to keepe silke-wormes in: as also, for the best manner of
     planting of mulberry trees, to feed them. London, 1620. 28 p.

       "A valuation of the commodities growing and to be had in
       Virginia, rated as they are worth," p. 25-8.

=Chester, Anthony.= Scheeps-togt van Anthony Chester, na Virginia.
     Gedaan in het jaar 1620. Leyden, 1907. 15 p.

       Translation by C. E. Bishop in W & M quar. (ser. 1), 9 (1901),
       203-14.

=James I.= King of Great Britain. By the King [a proclamation
     discontinuing the lotteries for the benefit of the colony of
     Virginia] London, 1620. Broadside.

       Reprinted: Brown univ., John Carter Brown library, Three
       proclamations; Kingsbury, Records of the Virginia company, v. 3,
       p. 434-35.

=Purchas, Samuel.= The estate of the colony, A.D., 1620. In: Purchas
     his pilgrimes, v. 4, p. 1775-1779.

=Virginia company of London.= A declaration of the state of the colonie
     and affaires in Virginia. London, 1620. 92 p.

       Reprinted: Force tracts, v. 3, no. 5. 44, 26 p. Kingsbury,
       Records of the Virginia company, v. 3, p. 307-65.

____ A note of the shipping, men and provisions sent and provided for
     Virginia [London? 1620]. In: Kingsbury, Records of the Virginia
     company, v. 3, p. 239-40.

____ Orders and constitutions, partly collected out of his Maiesties
     letters patents, and partly ordained upon mature deliberation by
     the treasuror, counceil and companie of Virginia. Anno 1619 and
     1620. In: Force tracts, v. 3, no. 6. 26 p.

____ Treasuror, councell, and company for Virginia. [On the condition
     of the colony.] [London, 1620] Broadside.

       Reprinted: Kingsbury, Records of the Virginia company, v. 3, p.
       275-80.

=Greevous grones for= the poore. Done by a well-willer, who wisheth,
     that the poore of England might be so provided for, as none should
     neede to go a begging within this realme. London, 1621. 24 p.

=News from Virginia= in letters sent thence 1621, partly published by
     the company, partly transcribed from the originals with letters
     of his maiestie, and of the company, touching silke-workes. In:
     Purchas his pilgrimes, v. 4, p. 1785-88.

=Rolfe, John.= The will of John Rolfe [Jamestown, 10 March, 1621.
     Edited] by Jane Carson. Va. mag., 58 (1950), 58-65.

=A true relation of a= sea fight between two great and well appointed
     Spanish ships, or men of warre; and an English ship ... going for
     Virginia [1621] In: Purchas his pilgrimes, v. 4, p. 1780-82.

       Reprinted: Brown, First republic, p. 415-16.

=The answers of= divers planters ... unto a paper intituled The
     unmasked face of our colony in Virginia. 1622. In: Kingsbury,
     Records of the Virginia company, v. 2, p. 381-86.

=The barbarous massacre= committed by the savages on the English
     planters, March the two and twentieth, 1622, after the English
     accompt. In: Purchas his pilgrimes, v. 4, p. 1788-90.

[=Bonoeil, John=] His Maiesties gracious letter to the Earle of
     South-Hampton, treasurer, and to the councell and company of
     Virginia heere; commanding the present setting up of silke-works,
     and planting of vines in Virginia. London, 1622. 88 p.

=Brinsley, John.= A consolation for our grammar schooles: or, A
     faithfull and most comfortable incouragement, for laying of a
     sure foundation of all good learning in our schooles, and for
     prosperous building thereupon. More especially for all those of
     the inferiour sort, and all ruder countries and places; namely,
     for Ireland, Wales, Virginia, with the Sommer Ilands. London
     [1622] 84 p.

       Reprinted: N. Y., 1943. 84 p.

=Butler, Nathaniel.= The unmasked face of our colony in Virginia as it
     was in the winter of the yeare 1622. In: Kingsbury, Records of the
     Virginia company, v. 2, p. 374-76.

=Copland, Patrick.= A declaration how the monies (viz. seventy pound
     eight shillings sixe pence) were disposed, which was gathered (by
     M. Patrick Copland, preacher in the Royall James) at the Cape of
     good hope, (towards the building of a free schoole in Virginia) of
     the gentle men and marriners in the said ship ... London, 1622,
     [8] p.

       Reprinted: Kingsbury, Records of the Virginia company, v. 3, p.
       537-40.

____ Virginia's God be thanked; or, A sermon of thanksgiving for the
     happie successe of the affayres in Virginia this last yeare.
     London, 1622. 36 p.

=Donne, John.= A sermon upon the VIII. verse of the I chapter of the
     Acts of the Apostles. Preach'd to the honourable company of the
     Virginian plantation, 13 Novemb. 1622. London, 1622. 49 p.

=Virginia company of London.= The inconveniences that have happened
     to some persons which have transported themselves from England
     to Virginia. London, 1622. Broadside. In: Brown, First republic,
     486-87.

=Waterhouse, Edward.= A declaration of the state of the colony and
     affaires in Virginia. London, 1622. 54 p.

       Reprinted: Kingsbury, Records of the Virginia company, v. 3, p.
       541-79.

=An answere to= a declaracion of the present state of Virginia, May,
     1623. In: Kingsbury, Records of the Virginia company, v. 4, p.
     130-151.

=A forme of polisie= to plant and governe many families in Virginia
     [1623]. Am. hist. rev., 19 (1914), 560-78.

       Reprinted: Kingsbury, Records of the Virginia company, v. 4, p.
       408-35.

=Newton, Arthur P.=, ed. A new plan to govern Virginia, 1623. Am. hist.
     rev., 19 (1914), 559-78.

=A note of provisions= necessarie for every planter or personall
     adventurer to Virginia: and accidents since the massacre. In:
     Purchas his pilgrimes, v. 4, p. 1791-93.

=Purchas, Samuel.= Of Virginia. In: Purchas his pilgrimes, v. 5, p.
     828-45.

=Notes taken from= letters which came from Virginia [1623]. In:
     Kingsbury, Records of the Virginia company, v. 4, p. 228-239.

=Smith, John (1580-1631).= The generall history of Virginia, the Somer
     Iles, and New England, with the names of the adventurers and their
     adventures.... [A prospectus]. [n.p., 1623?] 4 p.

=The Virginia planters'= answer to Captain Butler, 1623. In: Neill,
     Virginia company of London, 395-404.

       Reprinted: Kingsbury, Records of the Virginia company of London,
       v. 2, p. 381-85; Tyler, Narratives of early Virginia, p. 412-18.

=Wyatt, Sir Francis.= Letter of Sir Francis Wyatt [1623?]. W & M quar.
     (ser. 2), 6 (1926), 114-21.

=Good news from= Virginia, sent from James his town by a gentleman in
     that country. London [1624?]. W & M quar. (ser. 3), 5 (1948),
     353-58.

=Harvey, John.= A brief declaration of the state of Virginia, 1624.
     Mass. hist. soc., Collections (ser. 4), 9 (1871), 60-81.

=James I.= King of Great Britain. A proclamation concerning tobacco
     [restraining importation of tobacco except from Virginia and the
     Somers islands] London, 1624. 4 p.

       Reprinted: Hazard, Historical collections, v. 1, p. 193-98.

=Quo warranto and= proceedings, by which the Virginia company was
     dissolved [1623-24]. In: Kingsbury, Records of the Virginia
     company, v. 4, p. 295-358; translation from Latin, 358-98.

=Argall, Sir Samuel.= Briefe intelligence from Virginia letters, a
     supplement of French-Virginian occurants, and their supplantation
     by Sir Samuel Argal, in right of the English plantation [in the
     year 1624]. In: Purchas his pilgrimes, v. 4, p. 1805-9.

=Virginia's verger:= or, A discourse shewing the benefits which may
     grow to this kingdome from American English plantations, and
     specially those of Virginia and Summer Islands. In: Purchas his
     pilgrimes, v. 4, p. 1809-26.

=Smith, John.= The generall historie of Virginia, New-England, and the
     Summer Isles. London, 1624. 248 p.

       Reissued 1625, 1626, 1627, 1631, 1632. Reprinted, Richmond,
       1819. 2 v.; London, 1884, 2 v.; Glasgow, 1907, 2 v.; Edinburgh,
       1910, 2 v.

=Virginia.= Assembly, 1624. The tragical relation of the Virginia
     assembly, 1624. In: Tyler, Narratives of early Virginia, p. 422-26.

=Charles I=, King of Great Britain. By the King: a proclamation for
     setling the plantation of Virginia [1625]. With an intro. by
     Thomas C. Johnson. Charlottesville, Va., 1946. 39 p.

=Considerations touching= the new contract for tobacco, [London] 1625.
     11 p.

       Reproduced: Americana series, no. 94 (photostat).

=James I.= King of Great Britain. A proclamation for the utter
     prohibiting the importation and use of all tobacco which is
     not the proper growth of the collonyes of Virginia and the
     Sommer islands, or one of them [1625]. In: Hazard, Historical
     collections, v. 1, p. 224-30.

=Virginia company of London.= The discourse of the old company, 1625.
     Va. mag., 1 (1894), 155-67, 287-309.

       Reprinted: Tyler, Narratives of early Virginia, p. 431-60;
       Kingsbury, Records of the Virginia company, v. 4, p. 519-551.

=Hulsius, Levinus.= Zwantzigste schifffahrt, oder grundliche ...
     beschreibung desz Newen Engellands ... der landtschafft Virginia,
     und der insel Barmuda. Franckfurt, 1629.

       Von der landtschafft Virginia, p. 39-116.

=Smith, John.= The true travels, adventures and observations of
     Captaine John Smith, in Europe, Asia, Africke, and America:
     beginning about the yeere 1593, and continued to this present
     1629. London, 1630. 60 p.

       Reprinted: Richmond, 1819. 2 v.; In his: Travels and works, ed.
       by Arber, v. 2, 805-916; N. Y., 1930. 80 p.


1630-1639

=Charles I=, King of Great Britain. By the King; a proclamation
     concerning tobacco. London [1631]. Broadside.

       Reprinted: Richmond, 1952.

=Fleet, Henry.= A brief journal of a voyage made in the bark
     "_Warwick_" to Virginia [1631]. In: Neill, English colonization of
     America, p. 221-37.

=Smith, John.= Advertisements for the unexperienced planters of
     New-England, or any where; or, The path-way to experience to erect
     a plantation. London, 1631. 40 p.

       Reprinted: Mass. hist. soc., Collections (ser. 3), 3 (1833),
       1-53; John Smith, Travels and works, ed. by Arber, v. 2, p.
       917-66.

=Smith, John.= The last will and testament of Captain John Smith
     [1631]; with some additional memoranda relating to him [by Charles
     Deane]. Cambridge, Mass., 1867. 7 p.

       Reprinted: Mass. hist. soc., Proceedings (1867), p. 452-56.

[=Sandys, George=, trans.] Ovid's Metamorphosis Englished,
     mythologiz'd, and represented in figures. Oxford, 1632. 525 p.

=Yong, Thomas.= Voyage to Virginia and Delaware Bay and river in 1634.
     Mass. hist. soc., Collections (ser. 4), 9 (1871), 81-131.

[=Goodborne, John=] A Virginian minister's library, 1635; ed. by R. G.
     Marsden. Am. hist. rev., 11 (1906), 328-32.

=Somerby, H. G.= Passengers for Virginia, 1635. New England hist. and
     gen. register, 2 (1848), 111-13; continued to 5 (1851), 343-44,
     and 15 (1861), 142-46.

=Hiden, Martha W.= Accompts of the _Tristram and Jane_ [a ship arriving
     at Virginia, 1637]. Va. mag., 62 (1954), 424-47.


1640-1649

=Extract from a= manuscript collection of annals relative to Virginia
     [in 1642]. Force tracts, v. 2, no. 6. 9 p.

=A servant in= England to his master in Virginia [1642]. W & M quar.
     (ser. 1), 11 (1903), 243-44.

=Vries, David Pietersz de.= Voyages from Holland to America, A.D. 1632
     to 1644, trans. from the Dutch by Henry C. Murphy. N. Y., 1853.
     199 p.

       Reprinted: N. Y. hist. soc., Collections (ser. 2), 3 (1857),
       1-136.

=Castell, William.= A short discoverie of the coasts and continent of
     America, from the equinoctiall northward, and of the adjacent
     isles. London, 1644. 112 p.

=Lewis, Clifford=, ed. Some recently discovered extracts from the lost
     minutes of the Virginia council and general court, 1642-1645. W &
     M quar. (ser. 2), 20 (1939), 62-78.

=Great Britain.= Two ordinances of the Lords and Commons assembled
     in Parliament [1643, 1645]. Whereby Robert Earle of Warwick is
     made governor in chief, and L. high admirall of all those islands
     and other plantations ... within the bounds, and upon the coasts
     of America. London, 1645. [Boston, 1926] 6 p. (Americana series
     photostat, no. 159)

=A description of the= province of New Albion. And a direction for
     adventurers with small stock to get two for one, and good land
     freely: and for gentlemen, and all servants, labourers and
     artificers to live plentifully ... 1648. Force tracts, v. 2, no.
     7. 35 p.

=Bullock, William.= Virginia impartially examined, and left to publick
     view, to be considered by all judicious and honest men. London,
     1649. 66 p.

[=Norwood, Henry=] A voyage to Virginia [1649]. In: Force tracts, v. 3,
     no. 10. 50 p.

=A perfect description= of Virginia: being, a full and true relation
     of the present state of the plantation.... Also, a narration of
     the countrey, within a few dayes journey of Virginia, west and by
     south. [London, 1649] Mass. hist. soc., Collections (ser. 2), 9
     (1832), 105-22.

       Reprinted: Force tracts, v. 2, no. 8. 18 p.


1650-1659

=Scisco, Louis D.= Exploration of 1650 in southern Virginia. Tyler's
     quar., 7 (1926), 164-69.

=Williams, Edward.= Virgo triumphans: or, Virginia richly and truly
     valued; more especially the south part thereof: viz. the fertile
     Carolana, and no lesse excellent isle of Roanoak, of latitude from
     31 to 37 degr. relating the meanes of raising infinite profits to
     the adventurers and planters. London, 1650. 7, 47 p.

____ Virginia: more especially the south part thereof, richly and truly
     valued. 2nd ed. London, 1650. 47 p.

       First edition entitled: Virgo triumphans; or, Virginia richly
       and truly valued.

       Reprinted: Force tracts, v. 3, no. 11. 62 p.

____ Virginia's discovery of silke-wormes with their benefit. And the
     implanting of mulberry trees. Also the dressing and keeping of
     vines, for the rich trade of making wines there. Together with the
     making of the saw-mill, very usefull in Virginia, for cutting of
     timber and clapbord, to build withall. London, 1650. 75 p.

       Part 2 of his Virginia: more especially the south part thereof,
       richly and truly valued.

=An act prohibiting= trade with the Barbada's, Virginia, Bermudas
     and Antego. London, 1650. In: A collection of several acts of
     Parliament, 1648-1651, ed. by H. Scobell, London, 1651.

       Reprinted: Hazard, Historical collections, v. 1, p. 636-38.

=An act of= indempnitie made att the surrender of the countrey [March
     12, 1651]. In: Jefferson, Notes on Virginia; ed. by Peden, p.
     116-17.

       Reprinted: Hazard, Historical collections, v. 1, p. 563-64.

=An act for= increase of shipping, and encouragement of the navigation
     of this nation. In: A collection of several acts of Parliament,
     1648-1651, ed. by H. Scobell, London, 1651.

       Reprinted: William MacDonald, ed., Select charters and other
       documents illustrative of American history, 1606-1775, N. Y.,
       1910, p. 106-110.

=Articles agreed on= & concluded at James Cittie in Virginia for the
     surrendering and settling of that plantation under the obedience
     & government of the common wealth of England by the Commissioners
     of the Councill of state ... & by the Grand assembly ... of that
     countrey [1651]. In: Jefferson, Notes on Virginia, ed. by Peden,
     p. 114-16.

       Reprinted: Hazard, Historical collections, v. 1, p. 560-61.

=Beschrijvinghe van Virginia=, Nieuw Nederlandt, Nieuw Engelandt, en
     d'Eylanden Bermudes, Berbados en S. Christoffel. Amsterdam, 1651.
     88 p.

[=Bland, Edward=, and others] The discovery of New Brittaine. Began
     August 27, Anno. Dom. 1650 ... From Fort Henry, at the head of
     Appamattuck river in Virginia, to the fals of Blandina, first
     river in New Brittaine. London, 1651. 16 p.

       Reprinted: N. Y., 1873. 16 p.; Alvord and Bidgood, The first
       explorations of the Trans-Allegheny region, p. 114-30; Ann
       Arbor, Mich., 1954. 10, 16 p.

=Copy of a petition= from the governor and company of the Summer
     islands, with annexed papers ... with a short collection of ...
     passages from the original to the dissolution of the Virginia
     company, and a large description of Virginia. London, 1651. 30, 20
     p.

=Somers Islands company.= Copy of a petition from the governor and
     company of the Sommer islands. With annexed papers ... And a
     large description of Virginia, with the several commodities
     thereof. London, 1651. 30 p.

[=Wodenoth, Arthur=] A short collection of the most remarkable passages
     from the originall to the dissolution of the Virginia company.
     London, 1651. 20 p.

=Berkeley, Sir William.= The speech of the Hon. William Berkeley ... to
     the burgesses in the Grand assembly at James Towne on the 17 of
     March 1651/2. Va. mag., 1 (1893), 75-81.

[=Hartlib, Samuel=] Glory be to God on high, peace on earth, good will
     amongst men. A rare and new discovery of a speedy way, and easie
     means, found out by a young lady in England, she having made full
     proofe thereof in May, Anno 1652, for the feeding of silk-worms in
     the woods, on the mulberry-tree-leaves in Virginia. [London] 1652.
     12 p.

=Withington, Lothrop.= Surrender of Virginia to the parliamentary
     commissioners, March, 1651/52. Va. mag., 11 (1903), 32-41.

=The Lord Baltemore's= case, concerning the province of Maryland.
     Adjoyning to Virginia in America. With full and clear answers to
     all material objections, touching his rights, jurisdiction, and
     proceedings there. London, 1653. 20 p.

       Reprinted: Hall, Narratives of early Maryland, 167-80.

[=Hartlib, Samuel=] The reformed Virginian silk-worm, or, A rare and
     new discovery of a speedy way, and easie means, found out by a
     young lady in England, she having made full proof thereof in May,
     anno 1652. London, 1655. 40 p.

       Reprinted: Force tracts, v. 3, no. 13. 37 p.

=Virginia and Maryland.= Or, The Lord Baltamore's printed case, uncased
     and answered. Showing the illegality of his patent and usurpation
     of royal jurisdiction and dominion there. London, 1655. 52 p.

       Reprinted: Force tracts, v. 2, no. 9. 47 p.; Hall, Narratives of
       early Maryland, 187-230.

=Hammond, John.= Leah and Rachel or, The two fruitfull sisters
     Virginia, and Maryland; their present condition, impartially
     stated and related. London, 1656. 32 p.

       Reprinted: Force tracts, v. 3, no. 14. 30 p.; Hall, Narratives
       of early Maryland, p. 281-308.

[=Gatford, Lionel=] Publick good without private interest. Or, A
     compendious remonstrance of the present sad state and condition of
     the English colonie in Virginea. London, 1657. [Paris, 1866] 8, 26
     p.

=Gorges, Ferdinando.= America painted to the life. The true history
     of the Spaniards proceedings in the conquests of the Indians
     ... an absolute narrative of the north parts of America, and
     of the discoveries and plantations of our English in Virginia,
     New-England, and Berbadoes. London, 1658-59. 4 pts. in 1 v.

       Pt. 2 "A briefe narration of the originall undertakings of
       the advancement of plantations into the parts of America,"
       reprinted: J. P. Baxter, ed., Sir Ferdinando Gorges and his
       province of Maine, v. 2, p. 1-81.


1660-1669

=Bland, John.= To the Kings most excellent majesty; the humble
     remonstrance of John Blande of London, merchant, on the behalf of
     the inhabitants and planters in Virginia and Mariland. [London?
     1661?] [Boston, 1940] 4 p. (Photostat Americana, ser. 2, no. 100)

[=Grave, John=] A song of Sion. Written by a citizen thereof, whose
     outward habitation is in Virginia. [London, 1662] 12 p.

[=Greene, Robert=] Virginia's cure: or, An advisive narrative
     concerning Virginia. Discovering the true ground of that churches
     unhappiness, and the only true remedy. London, 1662. 22 p.

       Reprinted: Force tracts, v. 3, no. 15. 19 p.

=Virginia.= General assembly. The lawes of Virginia now in force:
     collected out of the Assembly records, and digested into one
     volume. Revised and confirmed by the grand assembly held at
     James-City, by prorogation, the 23d of March, 1661. London, 1662.
     82 p.

=Berkeley, Sir William.= A discourse and view of Virginia. London,
     1663. [Norwalk, Conn., 1914] 8, 12 p.

=Scarburgh, Edmond.= Document presented by C. C. Harper, Esq., from
     the Committee on the library, enclosing Col. Edmond Scarburgh's
     account of proceedings in an expedition from Virginia to
     Annamessecks and Manokin, pursuant to an act of the Grand assembly
     of Virginia, in the year 1663. Annapolis, Md., 1833. 16 p.

=Moray, Alexander.= Letters written from Ware river in Mockjack bay,
     Virginia, Feb. 1, 1665. W & M quar. (ser. 2), 2 (1922), 157-61.

[=Ludwell, Thomas=] A description of the government of Virginia [1666].
     Va. mag., 5 (1897), 54-59.

=Attacks by the= Dutch on the Virginia fleet in Hampton Roads in 1667.
     Va. mag., 4 (1897), 229-45.

=Strange news from= Virginia, being a true relation of a great tempest
     in Virginia, by which many people lost their lives, great numbers
     of cattle destroyed, houses, and in many places whole plantations
     overturned, and whole woods torn up by the roots. London, 1667. 7
     p.

=Shrigley, Nathaniel.= A true relation of Virginia and Maryland; with
     the commodities therein. London, 1669. In: Force tracts, v. 3, no.
     7. 5 p.

=Revel, James.= "The poor unhappy transported felon's sorrowful account
     of his fourtteen years transportation, at Virginia, in America
     [1656?-1671?]" Reprinted, with introductory notes by John M.
     Jennings. Va. mag., 56 (1948), 180-194.


1670-1679

[=Fallows, Robert.=] The expedition of Batts and Fallam. John Clayton's
     transcript of the journal of Robert Fallam. A journal from
     Virginia, beyond the Apailachian mountains, in Sept. 1671. Sent to
     the Royal society by Mr. Clayton, and read Aug. 1, 1688, before
     the said society. In: Alvord and Bidgood, the first explorations
     of the Trans-Allegheny region, p. 183-205.

       Reprinted: Am. anthropologist (new ser.), 9 (1907), 46-53.

____ The journal & relation of a new discovery made behind the Apuleian
     mountains to the west of Virginia [1671]. In: Documents relative
     to the col. hist. of the state of N. Y., v. 3 (1853), p. 193-97.

=Ogilby, John.= America: being the latest, and most accurate
     description of the New World; containing the original of the
     inhabitants, and the remarkable voyages thither. London, 1671. 674
     p.

=Lederer, John.= The discoveries of John Lederer, in three several
     marches from Virginia to the west of Carolina ... from the
     original edition of 1672. Cincinnati, O., 1879. 33 p.

       Reprinted: Charleston, S. C., 1891. 47 p.; Rochester, N. Y.,
       1902. 30 p.

=An account of= the advantage of Virginia for building ships.
     Communicated by an observing gentleman. Royal society of London,
     Philos. trans., Apr. 21, 1673, p. 6015-16.

=Phillips, Philip L.= The rare map of Virginia and Maryland [1673] by
     Augustine Herrman. Washington, 1911. 23 p.

=The kid-napper trapan'd=: or, The treacherous husband caught in his
     own trap. Being a pleasant and true relation of a man in this town
     that would have sold his wife to Virginia. London, 1675. 7 p.

=Bacon, Nathaniel.= Proclamations of Nathaniel Bacon [1676]. Va. mag.,
     1 (1893), 55-63.

=Bacon's rebellion= [accounts by William Sherwood and Philip Ludwell].
     Va. mag., 1 (1893), 167-86.

=Berkeley, Sir William.= A list of those that have been executed for
     the late rebellion in Virginia. In: Force tracts, v. 1, no. 10. 4
     p.

=Cotton, Mrs. Anne.= An account of our late troubles in Virginia.
     Written in 1676. In: Force tracts, v. 1, no. 9. 12 p.

=Glover, Thomas.= An account of Virginia ... reprinted from the
     Philosophical transactions of the Royal society, June 20, 1676.
     Oxford, 1904. 31 p.

=Grantham, Sir Thomas.= An historical account of some memorable
     actions, particularly in Virginia [1676]. London, 1716. Richmond,
     1882. 71 p.

=The history of= Bacon's and Ingram's rebellion in Virginia, in 1675
     and 1676. Mass. hist. soc., Proceedings (1866), 299-342.

       Reprinted: Cambridge, Mass., 1867. 50 p.; Andrews, Narratives of
       the insurrections, p. 47-98.

[=Mathew, Thomas=] The beginning, progress, and conclusion of Bacon's
     rebellion in Virginia in the years 1675 and 1676. In: Force
     tracts, v. 1, no. 8. 26 p.

       Reprinted: Andrews, Narratives of the insurrections, p. 15-41.

=More news from= Virginia; a further account of Bacon's rebellion
     reproduced in facsimile with an intro. by Thomas P. Abernethy.
     Charlottesville, Va., 1943. 16 p.

=A narrative of= the Indian and civil wars in Virginia, in the years
     1675 and 1676. In: Force tracts, v. 1, no. 11. 47 p.

       A corrected version published in 1867 with title: The history of
       Bacon's and Ingram's rebellion.

=A true narrative= of the rise, progress, and cessation of the late
     rebellion in Virginia, most humbly and impartially reported by his
     Majestyes commissioners appointed to enquire into the affaires of
     the said colony [signed by John Berry and Francis Moryson]. Va.
     mag., 6 (1896), 117-54.

       Reprinted: Andrews, Narratives of the insurrections, p. 105-141.

=Virginias deploured condition=; or an impartiall narrative of the
     murders comitted by the Indians there, and of the ... outrages of
     Mr. Nathaniell Bacon, Junr., 1676. Mass. hist. soc., Collections
     (ser. 4), 9 (1871), 162-76.

=Wertenbaker, Thomas J.= (ed.) The Virginia charter of 1676. Va. mag.,
     56 (1948), 263-266.

=Articles of peace= between the most serene and mighty prince Charles
     II ... and several Indian kings and queens, &c. Concluded the 29th
     day of May, 1677. London, 1677. 18 p.

       Reprinted: Va. mag., 14 (1907), 289-96.

=Most excellent Majesty.= 1677. [A treaty between the colony of
     Virginia and several Indian tribes.] [Boston, 1940] 18 p.
     (Photostat Americana, ser. 2, no. 103)

=Proposals in regard= to Virginia [1677]. Va. mag., 25 (1917), 71-74.

=Strange news from= Virginia; being a full and true account of the life
     and death of Nathanael Bacon Esquire, who was the only cause and
     original of all the late troubles in that country. With a full
     relation of all the accidents which have happened in the late war
     there between the Christians and Indians. London, 1677. 8 p.


1680-1689

=Banister, John.= Some observations concerning insects made in
     Virginia, A.D. 1680, with remarks on them by Mr. James Petiver.
     Royal society of London, Philos. trans., no. 270, March-April,
     1701, p. 807-814.

=Godwin, Morgan.= The Negro's & Indians advocate suing for their
     admission into the church: for a persuasive to the instructing and
     baptizing of the Negro's and Indians in our plantations.... To
     which is added, a brief account of religion in Virginia. London,
     1680. 174 p.

=Jones, Lewis H.= Some recently discovered data relating to Capt Roger
     Jones who came to the colony of Virginia with Lord Culpeper in
     1680, including several letters written by him while a captain in
     the British navy. W & M quar. (ser. 1), 27 (1918), 1-18.

=The vain prodigal= life, and tragical penitent death of Thomas
     Hellier ... who for murdering his master, mistress and a maid,
     was executed according to law at Westover in Charles City, in the
     country of Virginia. London, 1680. 40 p.

=Godwin, Morgan.= A supplement to the Negro's & Indians advocate: or,
     Some further considerations and proposals for the effectual and
     speedy carrying of the Negro's Christianity in our plantations ...
     London, 1681. 12 p.

[=Purvis, John=] A complete collection of all laws of Virginia now in
     force. London [1684?] 300 p.

=Byrd, William=, 1652-1704. Capt. Byrd's letters [1683-1685]. Va. hist.
     register, 1 (1848), 60-66, 114-19; 2 (1849), 78-83, 203-9.

____ Letters of William Byrd, first [1685]. Va. mag., 24 (1916),
     225-37; continued to 28 (1920), 11-25.

=Godwin, Morgan.= Trade preferred before religion, and Christ made to
     give place to mammon: represented in a sermon relating to the
     plantations. London, 1685. 34 p.

[=Durand=, ____ of Dauphiné] A Huguenot exile in Virginia; or, Voyages
     of a Frenchman exiled for his religion [1687] ... introductions
     and notes by Gilbert Chinard. N. Y., 1934. 189 p.

       Portions printed earlier [Richmond] 1923. 146 p.

=Clayton, John.= A letter ... to Dr. Grew, in answer to several queries
     relating to Virginia, sent to him by that learned gentleman, 1687.
     Royal society of London, Philos. trans., 41 (1739), 143-62.

____ John Clayton [to Dr. Grew(?), April 24, 1684]. W & M quar. (ser.
     2), 1 (1921), 114-15.

=Custis, John= (1653-1713). Letters of John Custis, 1687. Colonial soc.
     Mass. Publications, 19 (1918), 367-79.

=Page, John.= A deed of gift to my dear son, Captain Matt. Page, one
     of his Majesty's justices for New Kent county, in Virginia. 1687.
     Philadelphia, 1856. 276 p.

=Clayton, John.= A letter ... to the Royal society, May 12, 1688,
     giving an account of several observables in Virginia, and in
     his voyage thither, more particularly concerning the air. Mr.
     Clayton's second letter, containing his farther observations
     in Virginia. A continuation of Mr. John Clayton's account of
     Virginia. His letter to the Royal society giving a farther account
     of the soil, and other observables of Virginia. A continuation of
     Mr. Clayton's account of Virginia. In: Edmund Halley, Miscellanea
     curiosa, 2nd ed., London, 1723, v. 3, p. 281-355.

       Reprinted: Force tracts, v. 3, no. 12. 45 p.

=James II.= King of Great Britain. Septima pars patentium de anno regni
     regis Jacobi Secundi quarto, Sept. 27, [1688]. [Reaffirming the
     grant of the Northern Neck in Virginia to Lord Culpeper.] [London?
     1688] 6 p.


1690-1699

=Banister, John.= The extracts of four letters [from Virginia,
     1668-1692] to Dr. Lister, communicated by him to the publisher.
     Royal society of London, Philos. trans., no. 198, March 1693, p.
     667-72.

[=Ludwell, Philip=] An alphabeticall abridgment of the laws of Virginia
     [prepared in 1694]. Va. mag., 9 (1902), 273-88; continued to 10
     (1903), 241-54.

=Rudman, Rev. Andrew John.= Diary of Rev. Andrew Rudman, July 25,
     1696-June 14, 1697; ed. by Luther Anderson. German American
     annals, 8 (1906), 282-312; continued to 9 (1907), 9-18.

=An essay upon the= government of the English plantations on the
     continent of America (1701). An anonymous Virginian's proposals
     for liberty under the British crown, with two memoranda by
     William Byrd. Ed. by Louis B. Wright. San Marino, Calif., 1945. 66
     p.

=Virginia.= Acts of assembly, passed in the colony of Virginia, from
     1662, to 1715. v. 1. London, 1727. 391 p.

=Byrd, William.= The writings of Colonel William Byrd of Westover in
     Virginia, esqr.; ed. by John S. Bassett. N. Y., 1901. 461 p.



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public domain materials for these purposes and may be able to help.

+ Keep it legal -  Whatever your use, remember that you are responsible for
ensuring that what you are doing is legal. Do not assume that just because
we believe a book is in the public domain for users in the United States,
that the work is also in the public domain for users in other countries.
Whether a book is still in copyright varies from country to country, and we
can't offer guidance on whether any specific use of any specific book is
allowed. Please do not assume that a book's appearance in Doctrine Publishing
ISYS search  means it can be used in any manner anywhere in the world.
Copyright infringement liability can be quite severe.

About ISYS® Search Software
Established in 1988, ISYS Search Software is a global supplier of enterprise
search solutions for business and government.  The company's award-winning
software suite offers a broad range of search, navigation and discovery
solutions for desktop search, intranet search, SharePoint search and embedded
search applications.  ISYS has been deployed by thousands of organizations
operating in a variety of industries, including government, legal, law
enforcement, financial services, healthcare and recruitment.



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