Book/Printed Material The history of Virginia, in four parts. I. The history of the first settlement of Virginia, and the government thereof, to the year 1706. II. The natural productions and conveniences of the country, suited to trade and improvement. III. The native Indians, their religion, laws, and customs, in war and peace. IV. The present state of the country, as to the polity of the government, and the improvements of the land, the 10th of June 1720.

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The history of Virginia, in four parts. I. The history of the first settlement of Virginia, and the government thereof, to the year 1706. II. The natural productions and conveniences of the country, suited to trade and improvement. III. The native Indians, their religion, laws, and customs, in war and peace. IV. The present state of the country, as to the polity of the government, and the improvements of the land, the 10th of June 1720.
Contributor Names
Beverley, Robert, approximately 1673-1722.
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Created / Published
London, Printed for B. and S. Tooke [etc.] 1722.
Subject Headings
-  Virginia--History--Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775
-  Virginia--Description and travel--Early works to 1800
-  Indians of North America--Virginia--Early works to 1800
Notes
-  ESTC N7255
-  Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
Medium
4 p.l., 284, [24] p. front., 14 pl. 19 cm.
Call Number/Physical Location
F229 .B58
F229 .B58 Copy 2 Copy 2 imperfect: front., t.p., 1st and 2d p.l., p. 121 and 122, and pl. no. 3 wanting.
F229 .B58 Copy 3 Copy 3.
F229 .B58 Copy 4 Copy 4.
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.gdc/lhbcb.06557
Library of Congress Control Number
01006557
Online Format
online text
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Description
ESTC N7255 Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
LCCN Permalink
https://lccn.loc.gov/01006557
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Beverley, Robert, Approximately, and Pre-1801 Imprint Collection. The history of Virginia, in four parts. I. The history of the first settlement of Virginia, and the government thereof, to the year . II. The natural productions and conveniences of the country, suited to trade and improvement. III. The native Indians, their religion, laws, and customs, in war and peace. IV. The present state of the country, as to the polity of the government, and the improvements of the land, the 10th of June 1720. [London, Printed for B. and S. Tooke et, 1722] Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/01006557/.

APA citation style:

Beverley, R. & Pre-1801 Imprint Collection. (1722) The history of Virginia, in four parts. I. The history of the first settlement of Virginia, and the government thereof, to the year . II. The natural productions and conveniences of the country, suited to trade and improvement. III. The native Indians, their religion, laws, and customs, in war and peace. IV. The present state of the country, as to the polity of the government, and the improvements of the land, the 10th of June 1720. [London, Printed for B. and S. Tooke et] [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/01006557/.

MLA citation style:

Beverley, Robert, Approximately, and Pre-1801 Imprint Collection. The history of Virginia, in four parts. I. The history of the first settlement of Virginia, and the government thereof, to the year . II. The natural productions and conveniences of the country, suited to trade and improvement. III. The native Indians, their religion, laws, and customs, in war and peace. IV. The present state of the country, as to the polity of the government, and the improvements of the land, the 10th of June 1720. [London, Printed for B. and S. Tooke et, 1722] Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/01006557/>.