New-England's prospect Being a true, lively, and experimental description of that part of America, commonly called New-England: discovering the state of that country, both as it stands to our new-come English planters; and to the old native inhabitants. And laying down that which may both enrich the knowledge of the mind-travelling reader, or benefit the future voyager. By William Wood

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Wood, William
Other Authors: Fleet, John (Printer), Fleet, Thomas (Printer), Green, John (Printer)
Format: eBook
Published: [Boston] London, printed 1639. Boston, New-England, re-printed by Thomas and John Fleet, in Cornhill; and Green and Russell, in Queen-Street 1764, 1764
Edition:The third edition
Online Access:
Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:Edition statement transposed; precedes "By William Wood" on title page. - English Short Title Catalog, W13888. - Evans, 9884. - Introductory essay attributed to Nathaniel Rogers in Sibley's Harvard graduates. Sometimes attributed to James Otis. - Reproduction of original from Boston Public Library
Physical Description:Online-Ressource ([2],xviii,128p) 8°