THE DISCOVERY OF NEW BRITAIN LONDON 1651.
A facsimile of the original printing; limited to 800 copies printed for the Clements Library Associates. With an introduction by Howard H. Peckham, Director.
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by Ashbee, C.R.
First North American edition published with the express permission of the Essex House Press and printed in America by the Plimpton Press. (see Ashbee p.73). Partially printed in the Endeavour type (as well as in the great primer type) specially designed for this book by Ashbee and also known as the Prayer Book type. Illustrated throughout with designs by Ashbee. A fine production printed in red and black throughout. Covers worn along spine ends and fading of spine and part of back cover. Wear at tips.