Travels and Works of Captain John Smith: The Generall historie of Virginia (continued). An accidence; or, The pathway to experience for young seamen. The true travels, adventures and observations. Advertisements for the unexperienced planters of New England, or anywhere. The last will and epitaph of John Smith
John Grant, 1910
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