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Narratives of the insurrections, 1675-1690, ed. by Charles M. Andrews ... with three facsimiles

Author
Andrews, Charles McLean 1863-1943
Subject
Andros, Edmund Sir 1637-1714
Leisler, Jacob d. 1691
Date
1915
Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775
Type
Electronic resources
Sources
Physical Description
ix p., 2 l., 3-414 p. 3 facsim. 23 cm
Call number
E187.A563X
Notes
Also available online.
Elecresource
Contents
General introduction.--The beginning, progress, and conclusion of Bacon's rebellion, 1675-1676 <1705>--The history of Bacon's and Ingram's rebellion, 1676.--A true narrative of the late rebellion inVirginia, by the Royal Commissioners, 1677.--Narratives of Thomas Miller, Sir Peter Colleton, and t he Carolina proprietors, 1680.--Byfield's account of the late revolution, 1689.--Letter of Samuel Prince, 1689.--A particular account of the late revolution, 1689.--Letter of Captain George to Pepys, 1689.--Andros's report of his administration, 1690-1691.--Narrative of the proceedings of Andros, 1691.--C.D., New England's faction discovered, 1690.--Increase Mather's brief account of the agents, 1691.--Declaration of Protestant subjects in Maryland, 1689.--A modest and impartial narrative, 1690.--A letter from a gentleman of the city of New York, 1698.--Loyalty vindicated, 1698
Data Source
Smithsonian Libraries
Place
United States
Usage