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Leah and Rachel, or the two fruitfull sisters, Virginia and Maryland.

Hammond, John

Leah and Rachel, or the two fruitfull sisters, Virginia and Maryland.

by Hammond, John

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Published by Printed by Mabb in London .
Written in English


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Pagination32 p. ;
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19616767M

  The Charter of Maryland: John Hammond: Leah and Rachel, or the Two Fruitfull Sisters, Virginia and Maryland: George Alsop: The Importance of Tobacco: Cadwallader Colden: Iroquois Chiefs Address the Governors of New York and Virginia: Ann Foster: The Examination and Confession of Ann Foster at Salem Village: Puritans from Virginia defeated Gov. William Stone's forces at Battle of the Severn. John Hammond's Leah and Rachel, Or, the Two Fruitfull Sisters Virginia and Maryland published (London). Lord Baltimore reestablishes proprietary authority. Josias Fendall, governor. , Nov. Lord Baltimore's claim to Maryland

"Leah and Rachel, Or, the Two Fruitfull Sisters Virginia and Maryland," by John Hammond, This account defends the settlement of Virginia and Maryland by refuting rumors and bad reports of the area. Hammond, a member of the House of Burgesses in , points out Leah and Rachel, or, The two fruitfull sisters, Virginia and Mary-land / by John Hammond, Journal of the Dutch embassy to Maryland / by Augustine Herrman, A character of province of Maryland / by George Alsop, From the journal of

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Leah and Rachel, or the two fruitfull sisters, Virginia and Maryland by Hammond, John Download PDF EPUB FB2

John Hammond, "Leah and Rachel, or the Two Fruitfull Sisters, Virginia and Mary-Land" () Once the colonies of Virginia and Maryland were well established, John Hammond, a resident of Virginia, wrote this tract as a promotional tool to encourage more colonists to come from Leah and Rachel: Or, The two fruitfull sisters Virginia and Mary-land: their present condition, impartially stated and related ; vVith a removall of all things necessary for humane subsistance [Hammond, John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Leah and Rachel: Or, The two fruitfull sisters Virginia and Mary-land: their present condition, impartially stated and related  › Books › History › Americas. Leah and Rachel, or, The two fruitfull sisters Virginia and Mary-land: their present condition, impartially stated and related.

VVith a removall of such imputations as are scandalously cast on those countries, whereby many deceived souls, chose rather to beg, steal, rot in prison, and come to shamefull deaths, then to better their being by going thither, wherein is plenty of all things Leah and Rachel: or, The two fruitfull sisters Virginia and Mary-land, their present condition, impartially stated and related.

With a removall of such imputations as are scandalously cast on those countries, whereby Virginia and Maryland. book deceived souls, chose rather to beg, steal, rot in prison, and come to shame full deaths, then to better their being by going thither, wherein is plenty of all things Leah and Rachel or, The two fruitfull sisters Virginia and Mary-land: their present condition, impartially stated and related.

VVith a removall of such imputations as are scandalously cast on those countries, whereby many deceived souls, chose rather to beg, steal, rot in prison, and come to shamefull deaths, then to better their being by going thither, wherein is plenty of all things Leah and Rachel, or, The two fruitfull sisters Virginia and Mary-land: their present condition, impartially stated and related: VVith a removall of such imputations as are scandalously cast on those countries, whereby many deceived souls, chose rather to beg, steal, rot in prison, and come to shamefull deaths, then to better their being by going thither, wherein is plenty of all things   The Laws of Virginia Leah and Rachel, or the Two Fruitfull Sisters, Virginia and Maryland John Hammond: Preface to Leaves of Grass Walt Whitman: Letters from an American Farmer Michel-Guillaume-Jean de Crevecoeur: A Letter from Brook Farm Nathaniel Hawthorne: Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania John Hammond, Leah and Rachel, or, The Two Fruitful Sisters Virginia and Mary-land: Their Present Condition, Impartially Stated and Related, Source: John Hammond, Leah and Rachel, or, The Two Fruitful Sisters Virginia and Mary-land, (London: Printed by Mabb, )?smtID=3&psid= Puritans from Virginia defeated Gov.

William Stone's forces at Battle of the Severn. John Hammond's Leah and Rachel, Or, the Two Fruitfull Sisters Virginia and Maryland published (London). Nov. Oliver Cromwell () restored Maryland colony back to Calverts.

Lord Baltimore's claim to Maryland ://   John Hammond attempted to describe Virginia and Maryland honestly at a time when honest descriptions were rare. In mid-seventeenth-century England, where both pamphlets and rumors proliferated, the New World was either extravagantly praised or bitterly damned.

Glowing promotional tracts promised paradise, while early reports depicted Leah and Rachel, or, The two fruitful sisters, Virginia and Mary-land, by John Hammond, Journal of the Dutch embassy to Maryland, by Augustine Herrman, A character of the province of Maryland, by George Alsop, From the journal of George Fox,A Relation of Maryland; Together With A Map of the Countrey, The Conditions of Plantation, His Majesties Charter to the Two folio pages of description in Dutch.

The authors noticed the northeast-south- or, the Two Fruitfull Sisters Virginia and Mary-Land: their Present Condition, Impartially stated and related. London, (Repub.) in LEAH and RACHEL, 0R, the Two Fruitfull Sisters VIRGINIA, AND MARY-LAND: Their Present Condition, Impartially stated and related.

Written by John Hammond First Hand Accounts of Virginia, Leah and Rachel, or, the two fruitfull sisters Virginia and Mary-land: their present condition, impartially stated and related.: VVith a removall of such imputations as are scandalously cast on those countries, whereby many deceived souls, chose rather to beg, steal, rot in prison, and come to shamefull deaths, then to better their being by going thither, wherein is plenty of all things ix pages, 2 leaves, pages 23 cm Series title also at head of t.p An account of the colony of the Lord Baron of Baltamore, Instructions to the colonists by Lord Baltimore, A briefe relation of the voyage unto Maryland, by Father Andrew White, Extracts from a letter of Captain Thomas Yong to Sir Toby Matthew, A relation of Maryland, Extracts from the 23 John Hammond, Leah and Rachel, or, The Two Fruitful Sisters Virginia and Maryland (; rpt.

in Clayton C. Hall, ed., Narratives of Early Maryland, [New York, ], pp. ), pp. At the time he wrote, Hammond claimed to have been a twenty-one year resident of Virginia and ://   Two folio pages of description In Dutch.

The authors noticed the northeast-south- west trend of mountains, the cutting through of the rivers, and also give a description of the prominent rivers flowing into the Chesapeake. The information is probably based on Smith's Explorations, since the accompanying map bears the crosses indicating Virginia and Maryland, or, The Lord Baltamore's printed case uncased and answered, Babylon's fall, by Leonard Strong, Refutation of Babylon's fall, by John Langford, Leah and Rachel, or, The two fruitfull sisters, Virginia and Mary-land, by John Hammond, Description ix p., 2 L., p.

front. (fold. map) 2 :// Find LEAH AND RACHEL, OR TWO FRUITFUL SISTERS VIRGINIA, AND MARY-LAND by Hammond, John - Find LEAH AND RACHEL, OR TWO FRUITFUL SISTERS VIRGINIA, AND MARY-LAND by Hammond, John - COVID Update. Biblio is open and shipping orders.

Read more here. Book condition: Very Good binding Leah and Rachel, Or, the Two Fruitfull Sisters Virginia and Mary-Land, by John Hammond, Journal of the Dutch Embassy to Mary Land, by Augustine Herrman. In exchange for fourteen years of labor, Jacob had two wives, Leah and Rachel.

Jacob showed favoritism to Rachael and loved her more than Leah. God compensated for the lack of love Leah received by enabling her to have children and closing Rachel’s womb for a time (Genesis ).

There developed an intense rivalry between the two ://   John Hammond, Lea and Rachel; or, The Two Fruitfull Sisters, Virginia and Maryland: 1 June. Mary Dyer is hanged after defying an expulsion order by returning to Boston in May Massachusetts continues to punish Quakers by hanging those who refuse to leave the colony.

After a royal edict requires the Massachusetts ~campbelld/amlit/htm.In his discussion of John Hammond's Leah and Rachel, or, the Two Fruitful Sisters of Virginia and Maryland (London, ), Leo Lemay praises Hammond's "constant care for literary effect" and terms the book the "classic portrayal of the American Dream" in the century and a