A collection of voyages and travels : in three parts. Part I. The dangerous voyage of Capt. Thomas James, in attempting to discover a North-West Passage to the South-Sea; with an Account of their passing the Winter in an uninhabited Island, &c. This is remarkable for its Integrity and Simplicity. With a Map. Part II. The Sieur Pointis's voyage to America; with an Account of the taking Carthagena by the French in 1697. Also an Account of the several Engagements they had with the English in their Return to Brest. To which is added, a new and accurate Map. Part III. A description of the English province of Carolana; by the Spaniards call'd Florida, and by the French La Louisiane, viz. A Description of the People, Animals, Vegetables, Metals, Minerals, and other rich and valuable Commodities this Province naturally produces. With a Large and Judicious Preface, Proving the Right of the English to that Country; the Manner of the French usurping great Part of it; and the great Danger our Colonies on the Continent will be exposed to, if not timely prevented: With many useful Remarks regarding our Plantations in general. Collected from authentick Journals, Travels, &c. of the English in that Country; the Originals of which are now in the Possession of Dr. Coxe, at Richmond in Surrey. By Daniel Coxe, Esq; To which is added, A Large and Accurate Map of Carolana, and of the River...
by Coxe, Daniel
Published 1741
Printed for and sold by Olive Payne, at Horace's Head in Pope's-Head-Alley, Cornhill, opposite the Royal Exchange

Published 1781
[printed for the author: and sold by J. Ridley, Richmond-Hill; and R. Faulder, No. 42, New-Bond-Street [London]