|Title:||An Advertisement concerning the province of East New-Jersey in America published for the information of such as are desirous to be concerned therein, or, to transport themselves thereto.|
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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An Advertisement concerning the province of East New-Jersey in America published for the information of such as are desirous to be concerned therein, or, to transport themselves thereto.
Perth, James Drummond, 1648-1716.
Edinburgh: Printed by John Reid, 1685.
Attributed by Wing to J.D. Perth.
Reproduction of original in the Huntington Library.
New Jersey -- Colonization.
New Jersey -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.
AN ADVERTISEMENT Concerning the Province of EAST-NEW-JERSEY IN AMERICA.
Here Followeth the Testimony of some Persons that were many Moneths in the Province, with an abstract of some Letters write by Persons that are lately gone Over.
David Mudies Letter to his Wife.
James Johnstons Letter to his Brother John Johnston Drougest in Edinburgh.
Patrick Falkconers Letter to Maurice Trent.
Abstract of a Letter write by Peter Watson (who went over a Ser∣vant with David Barclay, in the year 1683.) to John Watson Messenger in Selkirk
A Letter write by John Campbel, to John Dobie.