4 edition of A brief description of New-York, formerly called New-Netherlands found in the catalog.
Published 1670 by Administrator in Printed for John Hancock ... and William Bradley ...
For an account of all known copies of this work see Daniel Dentons Brief description of New York ... a bibliographical essay by Felix Neumann. Reprinted from the Publishers weekly, May 24, June 14, 1902, v. 61Advertisement on p. 21Reproduction of original in Huntington LibraryWing D1062Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms, 1972. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (Early English books, 1641-1700 ; 414:6)s 1972 miu n
|Statement||Printed for John Hancock ... and William Bradley ...|
|Publishers||Printed for John Hancock ... and William Bradley ...|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 72 p. :|
|Number of Pages||94|
|2||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 414:6|
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He was the son of the Reverend Richard Denton, one of America's earliest Presbyterian ministers. - Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
- For an account of all known copies of this work see formerly called New-Netherlands Denton's Brief description of New York. " Reprinted from the Publishers' weekly, May 24, June 14, 1902, v. Writing History [ ] Formerly called New-Netherlands wrote and published in in 1670. To the Close of 1865, History of the Town of Bellingham, Massachusetts, 1719-1919, Oregon: The claim of the United States to Oregon, The making of Iowa, True stories of old Houston and Houstonians, Historical and Personal Sketches, A History of Coventry, Orleans County, Vermont, and A Brief History of the City of New York.
Without the front blank, imprint just shaved but with only minor loss, gathering C shorter by 2mm. The tract is perhaps most famous for its early statement of : how "a Divine Hand makes way for them [the English settlers] by removing or cutting off the Indians, either by Wars one with the other, or by some raging mortal Disease.
- For an account of all known copies of this work see "Daniel Denton's Brief description of New York. a bibliographical essay by Felix Neumann. The work was a promotional tract designed to encourage settlement of territories recently seized from the. a bibliographical essay by Felix Neumann. 1626—1703 was born in Yorkshire, England, and emigrated to Massachusetts in the 1640s. OCoLC ocn219818530 Data from A brief description of New-York, formerly called New-Netherlands, by Daniel Denton, Elektronische Ressource - Boston University Libraries.
" Reprinted from the Publishers' weekly, May 24, June 14, 1902, v.
Biography [ ] Denton was born around 1626 in ,.