An account of two voyages to New-England


An account of two voyages to New-England : wherein you have the setting out of a ship, with the charges; the prices of all necessaries for furnishing a planter and his family at his first coming; a description of the countrey, natives and creatures, with their merchantil and physical use : the government of the countrey as it is now possessed by the English, &c. : A large chronological table of the most remarkable passages, from the first discovering of the continent of America, to the year 1673

Title Variants

Alternative: Josselyn's Voyages


Josselyn, John, fl 1630-1675

Widdowes, G. (Giles), active 1669-1675 , publisher




Published material

Publication info

London, Printed for Giles Widdows, at the Green-Dragon in St. Paul's-Church-yard, 1674


Title printed within a double ruled border.

Errors in pagination: p. 219, 225-277 numbered 223, 227-279, respectively. The numbers 225 and 226 have been omitted from the pagination sequence without loss of text.

"Chronological observations of America, from the year of the world to the year of Christ, 1673" ( p. [217]-279 [i.e. 277]) has a special title page.

"Licensed by Roger L'Estrange, Novemb. the 28. 1673": on verso of leaf preceding the title page. A woodcut of the publisher's device (initials GW above a profile view of a dragon) appears on the recto of the license leaf.

Signatures: A⁴ B-U⁸ X⁴.

Sabin | 36672

ESTC (Online) | R20234


active 1630-1675 , Description and travel , Early works to 1800 , Indians of North America , Josselyn, John, , New England , Travel

Call Number

F7 .J84




DOI: https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.101448
LCCN: https://lccn.loc.gov/04009724
OCLC: 7232929


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