Book/Printed Material Tracts and other papers relating principally to the origin, settlement, and progress of the colonies in North America, from the discovery of the country to the year 1776 On verso of the pamphlets' title-pages in volumes 3 and 4: Force's collection of historical tracts
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- Tracts and other papers relating principally to the origin, settlement, and progress of the colonies in North America, from the discovery of the country to the year 1776
- On verso of the pamphlets' title-pages in volumes 3 and 4: Force's collection of historical tracts
- Force, Peter, 1790-1868, compiler, publisher.
- Force, William Q. (William Quereau), 1820-1880, publisher.
- Coleman, George Dawson, 1825-1878, former owner.
Created / Published
- Washington : Printed by Peter Force, 1836-1846.
- volume 1. I. A discourse concerning the design'd establishment of a new colony to the south of Carolina / by Sir Robert Mountgomery ... 1717 -- II. A brief account of the establishment of the colony of Georgia, under Gen. James Oglethorpe, February 1, 1733 ... 1835 -- III. A state of the province of Georgia attested upon oath ... November 10, 1740 ... MDCCXLII -- IV. A true and historical narrative of the colony of Georgia ... / by Pat. Tailfer, M. D., Hugh Anderson, M. D., Da. Douglas, and others ... 1741 -- V. An account shewing the progress of the colony of Georgia ... published by order of the ... Trustees ... 1742 -- VI. Nova Britannia ...1609 -- VII. The new life of Virginea ... 1612 -- VIII. The beginning, progress, and conclusion of Bacon's Rebellion in Virginia in the years 1675 and 1676 ... 1835 --IX. An account of our late troubles in Virginia, written in 1676 / by Mrs. An. Cotton ... 1835 -- X. A list of those that have been executed for the late rebellion in Virginia / by Sir William Berkeley ... 1835 -- XI. A narrative of the Indian and civil wars in Virginia, in the years 1675 and 1676 ... 1814 -- XII. New England's Plantation ... written by a reverend divine now there resident ...1630 -- XIII. A petition of W.C. ... for the propagating of the gospel in America and the West Indies ... 1641.
- volume 2. I. A description of New England, or The observations and discoueries of Captain Iohn Smith ... 1616 -- II. New Englands trials ... / written by Captaine Iohn Smith ... The second edition ... 1622 -- III. The planters plea ... 1630 -- IV. Gov. Thomas Dudley's letter to the Countess of Lincoln, March, 1631 ... -- V. New English Cannan ... / written by Thomas Morton ...1632 -- VI. Extract from a manuscript collection of annals relative to Virginia -- VII. A description of the province of New Albion ...1648 -- VIII. A perfect description of Virginia ...1649 -- IX. Virginia and Maryland, or, The Lord Baltamore's printed case, uncased and answered ... 1655 -- X. A narrative of the proceedings of the people of South-Carolina, in the year 1719 ... MDCCXXVI -- XI. A description of the province of South Carolina, drawn up at Charles Town, in September 1731 / translated from Mr. Purry's original treatise ... 1837 -- XII. A description of Georgia / by a gentleman who has resided there ...MDCCXLI.
- volume 3. I. A trve declaration of the estate of the colonie in Virginia ... / published by ... the Councell of Virginia ... 1610 -- II. For the colony in Virginea Britannia : lavves diuine, morall and martiall, &c. ... 1612 -- III. A plaine description of the Barmvdas ...1613 -- IV. Nevves of Sir Walter Rauleigh ... / sent from a gentleman of his fleet ... 1618 -- V. A declaration of the state of the colonie and affaires in Virginia ... / by his Maiestie's Counseil for Virginia ... 1620 -- VI. Orders and constitvtions ...1620 -- VII. A true relation of Virginia and Mary-Land ... / by Nathaniel Shrigley ... -- VIII. The simple cobler of Aggawam in America ... / by Theodore de la Guard ... 1713 --IX. An abstract of the lawes of New England ... 1641 -- X. A voyage in Virginia / by Colonel Norwood -- XI. Virginia, more especially the south part thereof, richly and truly valued ... / by E.W. ... 1650 -- A letter from Mr. John Clayton ... to the Royal Society, May 12, 1688 ... -- XIII. The reformed Virginian silk-worm ... 1655 -- XIV. Leah and Rachel, or, The two fruitfull sisters Virginia and Mary-Land ... / by John Hammond ... 1656 -- XV. Virginia's cure ... / by R.G. ... 1662.
- volume 4. I. Virginia richly valued, by the description of the main land of Florida ... / written by a Portugall gentleman of Eluas ... and translated .. by Richard Hacklvyt ... 1609 -- II. A relation of a discovery lately made on the coast of Florida ... / by William Hilton ... 1664 -- III. New-Englands Jonas cast up at London ... / by Major John Childe ... 1647 -- IV. A narrative of a new and unusual American imprisonment of two Presbyterian ministers ... / by a Learner of law, and lover of liberty ... 1707 -- V. An extract of the journals of Mr. Commissary von Reck ... and of the Reverend Mr. Bolzius ... MDCCXXXIV -- VI. Simplicities defence against seven-headed policy ... 1646 -- VII. Samuel Gorton's letter to Nathaniel Morton ... June 30th, 1669 -- VIII. Commission of King James the Second to Sir Edmund Andros, June 3, 1686 -- IX. The revolution in New-England justified ... / by several gentlemen who were of his Council ... MDCCLXXIII -- X. An account of the late revolution in New-England ... / written by Mr. Nathaniel Byfield ... MDCLXXXIX -- XI. A brief relation of the state of New England ... in a letter to a Person of quality ... 1689 -- XII. A relation of the colony of the Lord Baron of Baltimore ... A narrative of the voyage to Maryland / by Father A. White; and sundry reports, from ... Jesuit Fathers of the colony and translated for Force's historical tracts by N.C. Brooks ...
- - United States--History--Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775--Sources
- - Bermuda Islands--History--17th century--Sources
- - Volumes 3 and 4 printed by Wm. Q. Force.
- - Vol. 1 was re-issued in 1839 as part of the first volume of Transactions of the American Historical Society.
- - Each pamphlet is separately paged, and is reprinted by Peter Force or William Force.
- - Checklist of American imprints, 37481
- - Volume 1: vii, , 24 pages,  folded leaf of plates; 15,  pages; 20 pages; xiii, , 80,  pages; v, , 56,  pages; 28 pages; 24 pages; 26,  pages; 4 pages; 11,  pages; 47,  pages; 14,  pages; 11,  pages.
- - Volume 2: vii, , 34,  pages; 23,  pages; , 47,  pages; 19,  pages; 125,  pages; 9,  pages; 35,  pages; 18,  pages; 47,  pages; 39,  pages; 15,  pages; 6 pages.
- - Volume 3: vii, , 27,  pages; 68 pages; 24 pages; 28 pages; 44 pages; 26 pages; 5,  pages; 58 pages; 17,  pages; 50,  pages; 62,  pages; 45,  pages; 37,  pages; 30,  pages; 19,  pages.
- - Volume 4: vii, , 132 pages; 27,  pages; 24 pages; 56 pages; 38 pages; 116,  pages; 17,  pages; 14,  pages; 59,  pages; 13,  pages; 17,  pages; 47,  pages.
- - Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
- - LAC ael 2019-04-11 update (7 card)
- 4 volumes : illustrations, 1 plan ; 25 cm.
Call Number/Physical Location
- E187 .F69
- E187 .F69 Copy 4 With the armorial bookplates of Geo. Dawson Coleman. Gift of Francis Coleman.
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- online text
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Force, William Q. , Publisher, and George Dawson Coleman. Tracts and other papers relating principally to the origin, settlement, and progress of the colonies in North America, from the discovery of the country to the year. composeds by Force, Peter, Iler, Publisher Washington: Printed by Peter Force, to 1846, 1836. Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/04027018/.
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Force, W. Q. & Coleman, G. D. (1836) Tracts and other papers relating principally to the origin, settlement, and progress of the colonies in North America, from the discovery of the country to the year. Force, P., comp Washington: Printed by Peter Force, to 1846. [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/04027018/.
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Force, William Q. , Publisher, and George Dawson Coleman. Tracts and other papers relating principally to the origin, settlement, and progress of the colonies in North America, from the discovery of the country to the year. comp by Force, Peter, Iler, Publisher Washington: Printed by Peter Force, to 1846, 1836. Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/04027018/>.