[Reprint.] Narrative of the first English Plantation of Virginia By Thomas Hariot. First printed at London in 1588 now reproduced after De Bry's illustrated edition printed at Frankfort in 1590 - the illustrations having been designed in Virginia in 1585 by John White [aka Hariot's Narrative .. &c &c, cover titling] --to p.46, followed by The True Pictures and Fashions of the People in that Parte of America Now Called Virginia, Discovvered by Englishmen [&c &c] Translated out of Latin into English by Richard Hackluit. Thomas . Sir Walter Raleigh Hariot, narrative, director of notes on "fashions"

[Reprint.] Narrative of the first English Plantation of Virginia By Thomas Hariot. First printed at London in 1588 now reproduced after De Bry's illustrated edition printed at Frankfort in 1590 - the illustrations having been designed in Virginia in 1585 by John White [aka Hariot's Narrative .. &c &c, cover titling] --to p.46, followed by The True Pictures and Fashions of the People in that Parte of America Now Called Virginia, Discovvered by Englishmen [&c &c] Translated out of Latin into English by Richard Hackluit.

London: Bernard Quaritch, 1893. Paperback. Two texts bound as one, a reprint of the Quaritch reprint: vi, unpaginated material, text to p.46 followed by 111 [112]p., large softbound in 8.5x7 inch plain printed wraps. Cover stock is brittle and the joint-folds are weak (but not ready to detach). Text reproduced single-side with paired versos and rectos facing, leaving those maddening blank doublespreads of course. Condition of this copy good-only: edgeworn with a tape-strengthened corner-tip, a chipped tip, weak joint-folds.

Cat.No: 272329

Price: $20.00