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which are incident to people at the sea in longe voyages, there being many in a shipp, As also very medicinable for all such as live in lowe marshe grounds subiect to many vnholsome fogs and damps. It may be caryed to sea in longe voyages insteed of water beere or wyne, for neyther heat nor cold nor any alteracon of the ayre or contry will cause it to putrify decay or growe sower. This artificiall drink is as good the first day it is made as ever after, wheras beere or ale newe brued, or wine in the must, requyre tyme, as well before their grounds or lees be separated, as also before they come to perfection. And then being come to perfection they keep not longe, but growe hard, eager, sower and lastly turne to vineger. It maketh noe body heart burnt at sea, as cheap, eager and sower wyne or beere doth. If there were in the collony ten tymes as many people, they may have sufficient of this drinke at the foresaid rate. The makinge of this artificiall wyne may here be showne either in a Tonne or .10 tonnes, or what one pleaseth: we have likewise of that comodytie in England. The propounder desireth upon demonstracon of it here to the company that he may have but .1000! besides the benefit in Virginia of serving the collony, with the said artifitiall drinke at the said rate of vj? the Tunne. Agreed* with some litle varyacon with Mr Russell: the Acmunist & chimist. S John Brooke .2. Apr. 1621 told mee, that of his c[orrec]t knowledg, this wine was made of sassaphras, & licoras boyled in water: he had got ye drynke.

[Endorsed:] Mr Russells proiect touching artificiall wyne in Virginia. July ,1620.

TRACY TO SMYTH. SR

My estat is such yi I must stir yö on be yond good mannars, neuer mor I hop to be trobelsum but euer laboring to make satisfaksion. send me away & by gods leaue yo good shall be equall with mine. in god my Chefe trust is nex yo as his Chefe instrument to finish this work as yo loue me youes all menes to take a ship tel yt be don I shall not be meri. blam me not for I haue put my selfe out of all menes to liue here & am dayli in extrem expensis which wekneth my to wek purse for so gret a bisnes good Sí haue a felow feling with me by this yo may se my longing hart to be gon to ye plase wher my bisnes is. I know you vnderstand faythfullness & Constanci is such yt I ned say no mor so will refer to yor best Car all this gret bisnes & euer rest

Yors to comand 2 August

WILLI TRACY. 1620. [Addressed:] To my worthi good frind Mr John Smith of nibley this. [Endorsed:] Mr Tracyes lettre Aug• •1620

* The note following and the endorsement are in the handwriting of John Smith.

TRACY TO SMYTH. SR

let me intret yo to spare me from bristoll as long as yo may Consider a man being to leaue his cuntry hath mani things to do. besides I haue no knowled in ye bisnes so y my Compani will do no good tell we ar to agre on ouer artikels I mene to be ther a fortnite befor ye ship be redi & so to continu tell we goe but yf this like yo not I will Com at a noweres warning good st make suer ye ship & Caues all hast to be mad with her we haue lefte a grete trust with Mr felgat I doute not of his honesti yet yet a hundered pound is a grete dell of moni to be in a straingers hand & he a good felowe. I intret yö to haue Care of this & as yo loue me mak a jorni to bristoll yo shall Comand me much further my trust is wholi in yö yf yõ help me not I am vndone for gods loue help me & I will be as fast to yo as euer ani was toward ye end of ye nex wik I will be at bristoll tell then I rest

Yors most asured 9 August 1620.

WILL TRACY. This berer is desiruse to go with vs & may bring me a letter when yo will for ye sarten day to apoynte ouer men to Com to bristoll as yo loue me let me her

from yo

[Addressed:] To worthi good frind Mr John Smith geue this eas yo frind opresed with bisnes & know not how to wad throw without yo [Endorsed:] Mi Traceys lettre .9. Aug. 1620.

REVOCATION OF WOODLEAF'S COMMISSION.

To all Xpian people to whome theis presents shall come we Si Willm Throkmorton of Clowerwall in the county of Gloucester knight and baronet Richard Berkeley of Stoke in the said county of Gloucester Esq; George Thorpe late of Waneswell in the said county Esq; and John Smyth of Northnibly in the said county gent doe send greetinge Wheras we the said St Willm Throkmorton Richard Berkeley George Thorpe and John Smyth by our lettres of Comission vnder our seuerall hands and seales bearinge date the iiijth day of September last past before the date of theis presents, for certayne consideracions vs then movinge and in our said lettres of comission expressed, did nomynate authorise and appoynt John Woodleefe then of Prestwood in the County of Buckingham Esq; to be captayne and governor over, and of such people and servants, as then we intended and ymediatly after did send for plantacon in the land of Virginia, And to performe and execute the place office and authority of captayne and governor of our said people and servants by and accordinge to such ordinances directions and instructions as then after wee should prescribe and not otherwise. Givinge likewise and grantinge therby to the said John Woodleefe power & authority to be our cheife merchant and to comerce trucke and trade either with the natives of Virginia or with the English there residinge as to him should seeme best to and for vs and to our vse and benefit, All which the said John Woodleefe faythfully promised to performe accordingly As in and by our said lettres of comission more at large it doth and may appeare. Nowe knowe yee that we the said Sr Willm Throkmorton Richard Berkeley George Thorpe and John Smyth for dyuers good causes and weighty Consideracions vs theirvnto especially movinge Have revoked repealed disanulled and determyned And by theis presents doe and each of vs doth revoke repeale disanull determyne and make voyd to all intents and purposes whatsoever the said comission power and authority by vs given to the said John Woodleefe and all and whatsoever office power trust and authority given or granted or by vs intended to be given or conferred to or vpon the said John Woodleefe in or by our said lettres of comission or any otherwayes howsoever. And furthermore we the said Sr Wm Throkmorton Rich: Berkeley George Thorpe and John Smyth doe hereby ordayne lymit appoynt instruct & direct that whatsoever the said John Woodleefe shall hereafter doe or attempt to doe by or vnder color of our said Comission (after notice of theis presents to him given) in any cause or matter whatsover, That the same shalbe directed done and executed in such sort manner and forme as the said Geo: Thorpe and Willm Tracy of Gayles in the county of Gloucester Esq; shall will lymit or direct to be done and not otherwise, vntill he shall receive other directions from vs in England and then accordinge vnto them In witness wherof we have hereto put our hands and seales the xxviijth day of August. 1620. Anno xviijo Jacobi

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CERVANTES LITERATURE IN THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY.

Catalogue of editions of Don Quixote, and of other works by and relating to Miguel de
Cervantes Saavedra, the larger portion of which were presented to the Lenox Library

in 1893 by Rev. Wendell Prime, D.D.

2 v.

COLLECTIONS OF Works.

El ingenioso hidalgo Don Qvixote de la Mancha.

Barcelona : B. Sorita., A costa de I. Simon, 1617. Obras escogidas. Nueva edición ... con notas...

16 I., 736 pp. 8°. por Agustin Garcia de Arrieta. Paris : Bossange Padre, 1826. 10 v. 32°.

SECOND PART. Obras. 3. edición. Madrid: D. M. Rivadeneyra, Segvnda parte del ingenioso cavallero Don 1851. XXXIV, 718 pp. 8°.

Qvixote de la Mancha. Madrid: 1. de la Cuesta, (Biblioteca de autores españoles . por B. C. Aribau, 1615. 8, 280, 41. 4°. tomo 1.)

Same in phototypographic fac-simile. Viage al Parnaso ... Publicanse ahora de nuevo una tragedia y una comedia ineditas del mismo Cer

Segvnda parte del ingenioso cavallero Don vantes: aquella intitulada La Numancia: esta El trato

Qvixote de la Mancha. Bruselas : H. Antonio, de Argel. Madrid : A. de Sancha, 1784. XVI,

1616. 8. 1., 687 pp. 8°. 384 pp., 3 pl. 8°.

ENTIRE WORK.
The voyage to Parnassus; Numantia, a tragedy;
The commerce of Algiers.

Vida, y hechos del ingenioso cavallero Don

Translated from the Spanish by G. W. J. Gyll. London : A. Murray Su

Quixote de la Mancha ... [tomo 1.] Nueva Son, 1870. v, il., 288 pp. 12°.

edicion, corregida, y ilustrada .. Madrid : F.

Laso, 1714. 61., 352 pp., 2 l. 4o. Galatea, el Viaje al Parnaso, y obras dramáticas.

Second volume, containing second part, missing. [Paris :] Baudry, 1841. IX, x, 1 l., 458 pp., new ed. 8°.

Vida y hechos del ingenioso hidalgo Don (Coleccion de los mejores autores españoles; tomo xxv.)

Quixote de la Mancha ... Nueva edicion, corregida

y ilustrada. Leon de Francia : J. y P. BonDRAMATIC WORKS.

nardel, 1736.

8o.

Vida Théâtre; traduit pour la première fois par Alphonse

y hechos del ingenioso hidalgo Don Royer. Paris : Calmann Lévy, (pref. 1861]. 31.,

Quixote de la Mancha. Londres: J. y R. Tonson,

1738. 4 v. 4o. 421 pp., il. 12°.

Vida y hechos del ingenioso hidalgo Don Numantia, a tragedy; translated from the Spanish with introduction and notes, by James Y. Gibson.

Quixote de la Mancha. Con muy bellas estampas, London : Kegan Paul, Trench &x Co., 1885. XVIII,

las sobre los dibujos de Coypel. Haia : P.

Gosse y A. Moetjens, 1744. il., 127 pp.

4 v. 24° 12°

El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha. Don Quixote. —Spanish.

Nueva edición corregida por la Real Academia

Española. Madrid: J. Ibarra, 1780. 4 v. 4°. FIRST PART.

Historia del famoso cavallero Don Quixote de la El ingenioso hidalgo Don Qvixote de la Mancha. Mancha. Salisbury: E. Easton, 1781. 4 v. 4°. Madrid : J. de la Cuesta, 1605. [Reprint 1872] Historia del famoso cavallero Don Quixote de la 12, 312, 81. 8°.

Mancha. Londres : B. White ; Salisbury: ImThe above is a phototypographic fac-simile of the first edi- prenta de E. Easton, 1781. 6 v. in 3. 4°. tion : Privilegio dated September 26, 1604, list of errata, December 1, 1604, and Tasa, December 20, 1604.

El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha. Title-page of reprint reads: Don Quijote de la Mancha. La Nueva edicion, corregida por la Real Academia primera edicion reproducida , por la foto-tipografia, y publicada por su inventor F. L. Fabra ... Barcelona, 1872.

Española. Madrid: J. Ibarra, 1782.

4 v. 16. tomo 1. Imp. de Ramirez y Ca.

Vida y hechos del ingenioso caballero Don El ingenioso hidalgo Don Qvixote de la Mancha Quixote de la Mancha. Madrid : M. Martin,

Valencia : P. P. Mey, 1605. A costa de Iusepe 1782. 4 v., new ed. 16°. Ferrer. 16 1., 768 pp. 8o.

El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha. El ingenioso hidalgo Don Qvixote de la Mancha. Nueva edición, por J. A. Pellicer, Madrid : G. de En Brusselas, por Roger Velpivs, 1607. 12 1., Sancha, 1797–98. 5v. 8°. 592 pp., 41. 89.

El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la El ingenioso hidalgo Don Qvixote de la Mancha. Mancha ... Madrid : Imprenta Real, 1797–98. En Madrid: 1. de la Cuesta, 1608. 12, 277, 31. 4°. 6 v. 24°

El ingenioso hidalgo Don Qvixote de la Mancha. El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha En Brucelas : R. Velpius y H. Antonio, 1611. 8 1., con la vida de el autor ... por J. A. Pellicer ... 583, 9 pp. 8o.

Madrid : G. de Sancha, 1798-1800, 9v. 24°.

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El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha. Nueva edicion, arreglada á la tercera de la Real Academia Española : .. Leipsique : J. Sommer, 1800—7. 6 v. 24°.

El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha. Burdeos : J. Pinard, 1804. 4 v.

16o. El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha ... Nueva edicion ... por... F. Fernandez... London : Heney & Haddon, 1808. 4 v. nar. 24°

El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha. Leon : Tournachon-Molin, 1810. 4 v.

nar. 16° El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha ... Nueva edicion, por. F. Fernandez ... London : [J. & T. Clarke), 1814. 4 v. nar. 24°.

El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha. Nueva edicion. Paris : Bossange y Masson, 1814. 7 v. 8°.

El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha. Burdeos: P. Beaume, 1815. 4 v.

nar. 16°. El ingenioso hidalgo D. Quijote de la Mancha, Madrid : Imprenta Real, 1819. 4 v. in 2. 12°.

El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha. Paris, 1825. 4 v. nar. 24° v. 2 & 3 missing.

El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha. v. 3-6 in 2 v. Paris : Baudry, 1825. 32°.

Complete in 6 v.; V. 1-2 missing. (Coleccion de las mejores obras escritas en lengua española.)

El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha ... Edicion en miniatura. Paris : J. Didot, 1827. 2 I., XXII, 617 pp. 32°.

El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha ... comentado por D. Clemencin. Madrid : D. E. Aguado, 1833-39. 6 v. 8°.

El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha ... Con el elogio de Cervantes por D. José Mor de Fuentes. Paris : Baudry, 1835. Il. LII, 779 pp., 12 pl.

nar. 8°. El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha... Nueva edición ... por M. F. de Navarrete. Barcelona : R. Fernandes y Hermanos, 1839. 21., cxix, 679 pp. 8°. Vida

у hechos del ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha ... Edicion económica. Barcelona : J. Mayol y Co. 1841. 3 v. 24°.

v. I missing. El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha. Nueva edición ... por Eugenio de Ochoa. Paris : C. Hingray, 1844. 21., XXXIV, 695 pp., I pl. 12°

El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha. Barcelona : Gorchs, 1859,

El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha... Nueva edicion americana. Por Jorge Ticknor .. Nueva- York: D. Appleton y Co., 1860. liv, 695

busch. Argamasilla de Alba : M. Rivadeneyra, 1863. 4 v. 24°.

El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha, con la vida de Cervantes, por M. F. de Navarrete. Paris : Baudry, 1867. Il., cxix, 679 pp. fac-sim. 8o.

El ingenioso hidalgo D. Quijote de la Mancha, Madrid : U. Manini, 1868.

8o. Don Quijote de la Mancha. La primera edición reproducida ... por la fototipografía, y publicada por... F. L. Fabra ... Barcelona : [Ramirez y Co.), 1872. 8o.

El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha. Londres : Chatto y Windus, 1874. xvi, 683 pp. New ed. 12°

Don Quixote. —English.

SHELTON'S TRANSLATION. The history of Don Quixote. The first parte. Printed for Ed. Blounte.

The second part of the history of the valorous and witty knight-errant, Don Quixote of the Mancha ... translated into English [by Thomas Shel. ton). London : Edward Blount, 1620. 2 v. in 1. 4o.

The history of the valorous and witty knighterrant Don-Quixote of the Mancha. London : A. Crooke, 1652.

2 pts. in ir. New ed. fo. The history of the valorous and witty knighterrant, Don Quixote of the Mancha. Translated out of the Spanish [by Thomas Shelton); now newly corrected and amended. London : R. Scott, 1675; 1672. 2 pts. in i v. New ed. 1°. 3 copies.

The history of the most ingenious knight Don Quixote de la Mancha. Formerly made English by Thomas Shelton; now revis'd, ... by Capt. John Stevens. London : R. Chiswell, 1706. 2. ed. 12°

The history of the valorous and witty knighterrant Don Quixote of the Mancha. Translated into English by Thomas Shelton, and now printed verbatim from the 4° edition of 1620. With ... cuts, from the French of Coypel. London: J. Walthoe ..., 1725-31. 4 v.

16o. The history of the valorous and witty knighterrant Don Quixote of the Mancha. Translated ...

Thomas Shelton ... printed verbatim from the 4° edition of 1620. With ... cuts from the French of Coypel. London: D. Midwinter, 1740. 4 v. 16o.

The history of Don Quixote of the Mancha, translated from the Spanish, by Thomas Shelton, Annis 1612, 1620, with introductions by James Fitzmaurice-Kelly. London: D. Nutt, 1896. 47. 4°. (The Tudor Translations, ed. by W. E. Henley; v. 13-16.)

Philips' TRANSLATION. The history of the most renowned Don Quixote of Mancha: And his trusty squire Sancho Pancha. Now made English ... by John] P[hilips). London: T. Hodgkin, 1687. 91., 616 pp., 21. 8 pl. fo.

Ward's TRANSLATION. The life and notable adventures of that renown'd knight Don Quixote de la Mancha. Merrily translated into Hudibrastick verse. By Edward Ward. London: T. Norris, 1711-12.

2 v.

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El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha. Leipzig : F. A. Brockhaus, 1860. 2 v. in 1. 12o. (Coleccion de autores españoles, v. 3 & 4.)

El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha... Edición corregida, por D. J. E. Hartzen

12°.

2 v.

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