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A new and accurate history of South-America: Containing A particular Account of some Accidents leading to the Discovery of the New World; of the Discovery made by Columbus, and other Adventurers; of the several Attempts made to find out a North-East and North-West Passage; and what Parts of America are subject to the different European Powers. With a full description of the Spanish Provinces of Chili, Paraguay, Peru, and Terra Firma. Of Guiana; particularly of Surinam belonging to the Dutch, and of Cayenne belonging to the French; of Brazil, subject to the Crown of Portugal; of that Part of Paraguay possessed by the Jesuits, where they have established a New Monarchy; and of the various Nations of Indians throughout this extensive Territory: As also of all the most remarkable Islands adjacent to its Coasts. Including the Geographical, Natural, Political, and Commercial History of every Province...
London: Printed for T. Gardner, at Cowley’s Head, facing St. Clement’s Church in the Strand; and sold by all the booksellers in Great-Britain and Ireland., 1756.
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|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Daniel Phoenix||12/27/1799||2/18/1800||Roults S. America|
|Maria Livingston||5/17/1800||5/22/1800||Rolt's South America|
|Nicholas Delaplaine||5/17/1800||5/22/1800||Rolts S. America|
|James Hunt||5/23/1800||6/18/1800||10d||Rolt S America|
|Hannah Drake||2/27/1802||3/6/1802||Rolts S. America|