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, Disclosing the Contest Between England and Spain for the Possession of the Soil Now Occupied by the United States of America, Volumen1

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Houghton, Mifflin, 1890 - 1157 páginas
Examines the founding of the first English colony in Virginia.
 

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This document has been valuable in my research into the fate of the Lost Colony. It deserves at least one favorable review.

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Zuñiga to the King of Spain March 6 1606
104
A Brief Description of the People June 22 1607
110
Carleton to Chamberlain August 18 1607 111114
111
Captain Barley to Monke August 18 1607 114
114
Minute E I Co Records September 4 1607
115
Zuñiga to the King of Spain September 12 1607 116118
116
Zuñiga to the King of Spain September 25 1607 118
118
Zuñiga to the King of Spain September 28 1607 120123
120
Zuñiga to the King of Spain October 6 1607 123124
123
Newports second voyage October 8 1607 124
124
The King of Spain to Zuñiga October 18 1607
125
Challons Voyage November 1607 127139
127
Voyages to America 1606
140
Zuñiga to Philip III December 12 1607
141
Extract from the French Mercury
142
Ralegh to Salisbury
143
A ship returns from North Virginia 1608 144
144
Popham to James I December 13 1607 145
145
Newports voyage December 19 1606
147
Resolution of the States General April 14 1608
148
Herriss Tombstone May 16 1608 150
150
Newport returns from Virginia May 21 1608
151
XLVII Percys Discourse 1608 152168
152
XLVIII Whites Description of Virginia 1608
169
Wingfields Discourse 1608 170172
170
Newport to Lord Salisbury July 29 1607
172
Letter from Francis Perkins ? March 28 1608 173177
173
Nelson returns from Virginia Newport sails on his third voyage to South Virginia and Captain Davies on his second voyage to North Virginia 1608 1...
177
Chamberlain to Carleton July 7 1608 179
179
Philip III to Zuñiga July 19 1608 180
180
Smiths Relation 1608 181183
181
Report of the Spanish Council August 6 1608
183
Chart of Virginia 1608 184190
184
Plan of St Georges Fort 1608 190194
190
INDEX 10711151
191
Report on Virginia 1608
195
to Zuñiga September 13 1608
196
The colony returns from North Virginia 1608
197
Zuñiga to Philip III January 7 1609
198
Smith to the Treasurer of Virginia 199204
199
PERIOD II
205
The Second Charter 1609 206237
206
Extract from E I Co Records February 13 1609
237
The Council of Virginia to Plymouth February
238
Nova Britannia February 18 1609 241243
241
Zuñiga to Philip III February 23 1609 243247
243
Broadside concerning Virginia 1609 248249
248
Hugh Lee to Thomas Wilson March 16 1609
249
Remarks on the Records of the London companies 250251
250
252253
252
Precept of the Lord Mayor 1609
254
Sermon by Richard Crakanthorpe March 24 1609 255
255
Extract from Grocers Records 1609
257
Zuñiga to Philip III April 2 1609 258
258
New Britain 1609 259277
259
Extract from Mercers Records April 4 1609
277
Sir George Carew to Salisbury April 4 1609
278
Virginia Richly Valued April 15 1609 279280
279
Extract from Fishmongers Records April 24 1609 280282
280
Virginea Britannia Sermon April 25 1609 282291
282
Extract from Clothworkers Records April 26 1609
291
Extract from Stationers Records April 28 1609 292
292
Instructions to Holcroft May 29 1609 316318
316
Canon Jacksons letter 318319
318
Stallenge to Salisbury 1609
320
Laws sent by Gates 1609
321
CW Zuñiga to Philip III June 25 1609
324
Bucklers Petition July 25 1609
325
French company charter 1609
326
Extract from Van Meteren 1609
327
Letter of Gabriel Archer August 31 1609 328332
328
Zuñiga to Philip III November 13 1609 332
332
Return of the fleet from Virginia 1609
333
Radcliffe to Salisbury October 4 1609 334335
334
PERIOD III
336
A True and Sincere Declaration December 14 1609 337353
337
A Broadside by the Council 1609 354356
354
Southampton to Salisbury December 15 1609 356
356
Zuñiga to Philip III December 21 1609 357
357
Extract from Van Meteren 1609
358
Folkinghams Feudigraphia February 2 1610
359
Crashaws Sermon February 21 1610 360375
360
Roe sails to Guiana Howes 1610
375
Virginia Commodities 1610 384386
384
Zuñiga to Philip III March 1 1610
386
Spanish ambassadors etc 1610
387
Lord De la Warr sailed for Virginia April 1 1610
388
Minute from the Grocers Records May 1610
389
Minute from the Grocers Records May 1610
390
Assassination of Henry IV of France May 1610
391
Velasco to Philip III June 4 1610
392
Extract from the Trinity House Records 1610
393
Somers to Salisbury June 15 1610 400402
400
De la Warr to Salisbury July 1610 413415
413
Letter from Strachey July 15 1610 416417
416
Velasco to Philip III September 20 1610 418
418
A Discovery of the Barmudas 1610
419
Newes from Virginia 1610 420426
420
Report of the Spanish Council October 23 1610 426427
426
A True Declaration November 8 1610 427428
427
The return of the Dainty 1610
428
A Broadside by the Council 1610
439
More to Winwood December 15 1610
440
Extract from the Mercers Records December
442
Ralegh to Queen Anne
443
A Broadside by the Council January 1611
445
Resolution of the States General January 10 1611
446
Reply of the States General February 2 1611
450
Philip III to Gaspar de Pereda February 10 1611
451
Extracts from Northampton Records February
452
Map of America 1610
457
Dale sails for Virginia Howes 1611
461
Gondomar to Philip III March 7 1614
462
Velasco to Philip III May 6 1611
473
Digby to Carleton June 20 1612
475
476
488
List of additional members of the Virginia Com
491
488494
494
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500
CLXXIX
509
Parliament the voyage of Gibbons 1614
517
CLXXXIII
524
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