3 edition of The First Colonization of New England: An Address, Delivered at the Erection of a Monumental ... found in the catalog.
by A. D. F. Randolph
Written in English
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The first colonization of New-England. An address, delivered at the erection of a monumental stone in the walls of Fort Popham, August 29th,commemorative of the planting of the Popham Colony on the Peninsula of Sabino, August 19th, O.S.,establishing the title of England to the continent.
The first colonization of New-England. An address, delivered at the erection of a monumental stone in the walls of Fort Popham, August 29th,commemorative. Get this from a library. The first colonization of New-England: an address, delivered at the erection of a monumental stone in the walls of Fort Popham, August 29th,commemorative of the planting of the Popham colony on the Peninsula of Sabino, August 19th, O.S.,establishing the title of England to the continent.
[John A Poor]. The First Colonization of New-England. An Address, Delivered at the Erection of a Monumental Stone in the Walls of Fort Popham, August 29th,Commemorative of the Planting of the Popham Colony on the Peninsula of Sabino, August 19th,Establishing the Title of England to the Rating: % positive.
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General address to the freemen of New-Hampshire; or, The general government and the leaders of the New-England opposition contrasted. ([S.l.: s.n., ]) (page images at HathiTrust) Special history of the New England states. Full text of "The first international railway and the colonization of New and writings of John Alfred Poor" See other formats.
POOR, JOHN ALFRED, lawyer, editor and pamphleteer, railway The first colonization of New-England: an address, delivered at the erection of a monumental stone in the walls of Fort Popham, August 29th,commemorative of the planting of the Popham The only substantial biography of Poor is in the book edited by Laura Elizabeth Poor.
A brief recognition of New-Englands errand into the wilderness [electronic resource]: made in the audie The first colonization of New-England [microform]: an address delivered at the erection of a monumental The history of the United States of North America [microform]: from the plantation of the British colon.
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The text has been encoded using the recommendations for Level 4 of the TEI in Libraries Guidelines.In that year he made his first voyage to New England. In the following year, after many disappointments, sailing again in a small vessel for that country, after a running fight with, and narrow escape from, two French privateers, near Fayal, he was captured, near Flores, by a half-piratical French squadron.