The vade mecum for America: or a companion for traders and travellers: containing ... the names of the towns ... of New-England, New-York, and the Jersies ... Pensilvania, Maryland, and Virginia ... a description of the principle roads from the mouth of the Kennebeck-River ... to James River in V8irginia ... to which is added the names of the streetsin Boston. Thomas Prince.
The vade mecum for America: or a companion for traders and travellers: containing ... the names of the towns ... of New-England, New-York, and the Jersies ... Pensilvania, Maryland, and Virginia ... a description of the principle roads from the mouth of the Kennebeck-River ... to James River in V8irginia ... to which is added the names of the streetsin Boston
The vade mecum for America: or a companion for traders and travellers: containing ... the names of the towns ... of New-England, New-York, and the Jersies ... Pensilvania, Maryland, and Virginia ... a description of the principle roads from the mouth of the Kennebeck-River ... to James River in V8irginia ... to which is added the names of the streetsin Boston

The vade mecum for America: or a companion for traders and travellers: containing ... the names of the towns ... of New-England, New-York, and the Jersies ... Pensilvania, Maryland, and Virginia ... a description of the principle roads from the mouth of the Kennebeck-River ... to James River in V8irginia ... to which is added the names of the streetsin Boston

Boston: S. Kneeland and T. Green, for D. Henchman, and T. Handcock, 1732. Narrow 12mo, pp. [2], iv, [2], 220; contemporary full Boston calf, double blind rule borders on covers, blind fillets on spine; some wear and cracking but on the whole very good. First published the previous year and attributed to Prince, the first great colonial historian. Evans 3598; Howes P-616; Kress S.3413. Item #54083

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