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Practices, with the King at Oxford against the
X....A Narrative of the Proceedings of the People of
South-Carolina, in the Year 1719: And of the
don: Printed in the Year M.DCC.XXVI.........
v XI....A Description of the Province of South Carolina,
drawn up at Charles Town, in September, 1731.
...A Description of Georgia, by a Gentleman who
has resided there upwards of seven Years, and was
THE OBSERVATIONS, AND DISCOUERIES-OF Captain Iohn Smith (Admirall of that Country) in the North of America, in the year of our Lord 1614; with the
successe of sire Ships, that went the next
among the French men of warre :
With the proofe of the present benefit this Coun
trey affoords: whither this present yeare, 1616, eight
At L ON DO N
Printed by Humfrey Lownes, for Robert Clerke; and are to be sould at his house called the Lodge, in Chancery lane, ouer against Lincolnes Inne. 1616.
TO THE HIGH HOPE F W L CHA R L E S, Prince of Great Britaine.
O fauourable was your most renowned and memorable S Brother, Prince Henry, to all generous designes; that in my discouery of Virginia, I presumed to call two namelesse Headlands after my Soueraignes heires, Cape Henry and Cape Charles. Since then, it beeing my chance to range some other parts of America, whereof I heere present your Highness the description in a Map; my humble sure is, you would please to change their Barbarous names, for such English, as Posterity may say, Prince Charles was their Godfather. What here in this relation I promise my Countrey, let mee liue or die the slaue of scorne and infamy, if (hauing meanes) I make it not apparent; please God to blesse me but from such accidents as are beyond my power and reason to preuent. For my labours, I desire but such conditions as were promised me out of the gaines; and that your Highnesse would daigne to grace this Work, by your Princely and fauourable respect vnto it, and know mee to be
Your Highness true