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Bullock. Virginia impartially examined … 1649
William Bullock's treatise entitled "Virginia impartially examined, and left to publick view," printed in London in 1649. The text contained both
descriptions, observations, and suggestions for improvement of Virginia and its natural and economic conditions. A digitized version in modern font is
found at: http://www.virtualjamestown.org/exist/cocoon/jamestown/fha/J1073 (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by the Henry E.
Huntington Library in San Marino, California).
Title:   Virginia impartially examined, and left to publick view, to be considered by all iudicious and honest men : under which title is comprehended the degrees from 34 to 39, wherein lyes the rich and healthfull countries of Roanock, the now plantations of Virginia and Mary-land : looke not upon this booke, as those that are set out by private men, for private ends; for being read, you'l find, the publick good is the authors onely aime ; for thi piece is no other then the adventurers or planters faithfull steward, disposing the adventure for the best advantage, advising people of all degrees, from the highest master, to the meanest servant, how suddenly to raise their fortunes ; peruse the table, and you shall finde the way plainely layd downe / by William Bvllock, Gent.
OCLC Number:   606618169
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