Browsing by Author "Morton, George, d. 1624."
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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)A relation or iournall of the beginning and proceedings of the English plantation setled at Plimoth in New England, by certaine English aduenturers both merchants and others With their difficult passage, their safe ariuall, their ioyfull building of, and comfortable planting themselues in the now well defended towne of New Plimoth. As also a relation of foure seuerall discoueries since made by some of the same English planters there resident. I. In a iourney to Puckanokick ... II. In a voyage made by ten of them to the kingdome of Nawset ... III. In their iourney to the kingdome of Namaschet ... IIII. Their voyage to the Massachusets, and their entertainment there. With an answer to all such obiections as are in any way made against the lawfulnesse of English plantations in those parts.Date of publication:
1622Author(s):Description:By William Bradford (section 1), Edward Winslow (sections 2-6), and Robert Cushman (section 7). Editor's preface signed "G. Mourt." (i.e. George Morton) by whose name the relation is commonly known. Running title reads: ...This item contains 4 files (2.49 MB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)An historicall discoverie and relation of the English plantations, in Nevv England Containing their aventurous passages, their happie arivall and comfortable planting, manifesting the goodnesse of God in their preservations from many apparent dangers. With a relation of such religious and ciuill lawes, and customs as are in practise amongst the indians, with their natures and habits. As also a naration of the ayre, earth, water, fish, and fowles of that countrie. continued from the first beginning, in the yeare of our Lord 1607. and so handling all passages of moment successiuely from time to time.Date of publication:
1627Author(s):Description:Another issue, with cancel title page, of: A briefe relation of the discovery and plantation of New England. The editor's preface from the first quire B (reissued from STC 20074) reads: G. Mourt (i.e. George Morton). ...This item contains 4 files (951.56 KB).Publicly Available