John Josselyn 1608-1675 was born in Essex, England to a well-off family. While little is known of his personal life, he had enough money to indulge his interest in medicine and botany. He sailed twice to New England-first in 1638, for a few months, and later in 1663, he stayed for eight years. An Account of Two Voyages to New-England: Made During the Years 1638, 1663 John Josselyn No preview available - 2017. Internet Archive BookReader An account of two voyages to New-England: made during the years 1638, 1663.
Title: An account of two voyages to New-England: made during the years 1638, 1663. Creator: Josselyn, John. Creators: fl. 1630-1675. He first visited New England in July 1638 when he presented his respects to Governor John Winthrop and to the Rev. John Cotton, to whom he delivered from Francis Quarles a translation of several psalms into English. He stayed in New England for 15 months, then visited again 24 years later, in 1663. Title: An Account of Two Voyages to New-England, Made During the Years 1638, 1663. Author: John Josselyn - John Josselyn fl. 1638 – 1675 was a seventeenth-century English traveler to New England who wrote with credulity about what he saw and heard during his sojourn there before returning to England. Yet his books give some of the earliest. Title: An Account of Two Voyages to New-England, Made During the Years 1638, 1663. Author: John Josselyn - John Josselyn fl. 1638 – 1675 was a.
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Maine's first natural history writer, Josselyn traveled from London to Scarborough, Maine, in 1638-1639 and 1663-1671 to visit his brother Henry Josselyn. While here, he studied the natural and physical rarities of the new world, and on returning to London wrote two volumes based on his observations. 1638: Josselyn, John, fl. 1630-1675: An Account of Two Voyages to New-England Made during the Years 1638, 1663: AJ-107: 1640: Assorted Illustrations of North America: AJ-145: 1641: Lalemant, Jérome, 1593-1673: Journey of Raymbault and Jogues to the Sault: AJ-044: 1649: Donck, Adriaen van der, 1620-1655: A Description of the New. An Account of Two Voyages to New-England: Made During the Years 1638, 1663. really liked it 4.00 avg rating — 2 ratings — published 2011 — 12 editions. An account of two voyages to New-England: wherein you have the setting out of a ship, with the charges, the prices of all necessaries for furnishing a planter and his family at his first coming, a description of the countrey, natives, and creatures, with their merchantil and physical use, the government of the countrey as it is now possessed by the English, &c., a large chronological.
Josselyn wrote also An Account of Two Voyages to New England,and a compilation of The Most Remarkable Passages from the First Discovery of the Continent of America to 1673,reprinted with New England’s Rarities1865. He is frank in criticism, somewhat affected in style. Jan 01, 2021 · Josselyn, John, fl. 1630-1675. An Account of Two Voyages to New England: Made During the Years 1638, 1663. Boston: W. Veazie, 1865. Linnaean Society of New England. Report of a Committee of the Linnaean Society of New England: Relative to a Large Marine Animal, Supposed to Be a Serpent, Seen Near Cape Ann, Massachusetts, In August 1817.
The earliest account of diseases of the throat was given by John Josselyn, in his work entitled [quot] An Account of Two Voyages to New England,[quot] made during the years 1638 and 1663, in which he states that [quot] they the inhabitants are troubled with a disease in the mouth and throat, which hath proved mortal to some in a very short. The English physician John Josselyn voyaged to New England twice during the seventeenth century. His first voyage lasted several months during the summer of 1638. His second, much longer visit to America lasted from 1663 to 1671. Not much is known about Josselyn ’ s life. Excerpt from An Account of Two Voyages to New-England: Made During the Years 1638, 1663 The chronological table appended to his new-eng land's Rarities is greatly enlarged in the prefent work.About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more atThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work.
An account of two voyages to New England: made during the years 1638, 1663 / by John Josselyn, gent. An Account of Two Voyages to New-England, Made During the Years 1638, 1663 Boston: W. Veazie, 1865, by John Josselyn page images at HathiTrust F7.K715 The Private Journal of a Journey From Boston to New York in the Year 1704, Kept by Madam Knight Albany: F. H. Little, 1865, by Sarah Kemble Knight, ed. by William Law Learned page images.
Køb Account of Two Voyages to New-England af John Josselyn som bog på engelsk til markedets laveste pris og få leveret i morgen. - Made During the Years 1638, 1663. af John Josselyn. Bog, hardback. 2-4 uger. JOHN JOSSELYN fl.1638-1675 An Account of Two Voyages to New-England.London: Printed for Giles Widdows, 1674. Josselyn's observations are based on a residence in New England in 1638-39 and 1663-71, and his work is among the earliest on the natural history of the region. Apr 26, 2016 · New-Englands rarities is an account of the author’s two journeys to America, the first in 1638 for several months and again in 1663 for a stay of eight years. Despite the autobiographical nature of the work, not much is known of Josselyn, “active” in cataloging parlance, from 1630 to 1675, and born around 1608 in Essex County. T THE earliest mention of the wild pigeon I have been able to find is the following, taken from Forest and Stream, to which it was contributed by F. C. Browne, Framingham, Mass. It is from an old print entitled, "Two Voyages to New England, Made During the Years 1638-63.
Mar 09, 2017 · — John Josselyn, An Account of Two Voyages to New-England Made during the Years 1638, 1663 The Ohio Department of Health reported cases of Lyme Disease in 2016. An Account of Two Voyages to New England, 1638, 1663, by John Josselyn, Gen., 9, 11, 12. 140. 4. An Account of Two Voyages to New England, 1638, 1663, 13, 20, 25-27. 5. York Deeds, II, folios 85, 86. On this Island opposite Black Point, John Stratton is said to have lived before the Grant to Cammock. Concerning the Grant of two thousand.
Jul 29, 2019 · 2 In 1639 the first American sea-serpent was sighted by John Josselyn off the coast of New England near Cape Ann, Massachusetts. This came to be later known as “Gloucester’s Sea Serpent“.John captured this incident in his book An Account of Two Voyages to New England: made during the years 1638, 1663.In his words, the snake “lay quailed up like a cable upon the rock at. Josselyn, John. Account of Two Voyages to New-England Made during the Years 1638, 1663. Boston: William Veazle, 1865. Linnaeus, Carl,. John Josselyn, Colonial Traveler: A Critical Edition of Two Voyages to New England Hanover, NH: University Press of New England, 1988.” In Early American Literature 24 1989: 266–67.
Josselyn's years of birth and death are not known, but he was born early in the seventeenth century to Sir Thomas Josselyn of Kent. He first visited New England in July 1638 when he presented his respects to Governor John Winthrop and to the Rev. John Cotton, two whom he delivered from Francis Quarles a translation of several psalms into English. An Account of Two Voyages to New-England, Made During the Years 1638, 1663 Boston: W. Veazie, 1865, by John Josselyn page images at HathiTrust A Narrative History of King Philip's War and the Indian Troubles in New England New York: Dodd, Mead and Co., c1883, by Richard Markham page images at HathiTrust. Josselyn, John fl. 1630-1675. American National Biography, ed. by J. A. Garraty and M. C. Carnes. An account of two voyages to New-England: made during the years 1638, 1663. Boston: William Veazie, 1865. An account of two voyages to New-England. The second eddition. London: Printed for G. Widdowes., 1675. An account of two voyages to New.
on eyewitness accounts of black cultural ac-tivity and literary text. The material is chronologically ordered, beginning with John Josselyn's An Account of Two Voyages to New-England, Made during the Years 1638, 1663 published in a critical ed., Hanover, N.H.: University Press of New England, 1988, and continuing up to the Harlem Renaissance. Contains an excellent summary of the early observations and writings of the first European visitors to Maine Christopher Levett, A Voyage into New England Begun in 1623, John Smith, A Description of New-England, John Josselyn, An Account of Two Voyages to New-England Made During the Years 1638, 1663.. some few additions have been made by him, during the progress of the present edition through the press. Some additional matter concerning the Genealogy of the Josselyn Family may be found contained in the Preface of the Two, Voyages to New England in 1638 and 1663, by John' Josselyn," published in uniform style with the present work. John Josselyn, a seventeenth-century British naturalist who visited New England, described ticks “tikes” so numerous that they filled the region’s bushes and trees. book, An Account of. Point two, the witchcraft trials did not appropriately define their methods of living for the 100 years that they formed successful communities. What it did show was the danger that their self-imposed isolation had put them in. Most of the Puritans settled in the New England area.
Mar 14, 2019 · One of the earliest written accounts appears in Englishman John Josselyn's 1674 book An Account of Two Voyages to New England. Josselyn visited New England in 1638 and 1663, and on one of those trips he hear the following story from a colonist in coastal Maine: One Mr. Mittin related of a triton or merman which he saw in Casco Bay. Stone Structures website provides indepth information on historical stone structures, prehistoric Native American ceremonial stone structures, and stone quarrying methods 1630-1825. 30. Josselyn, John 1670. An Account of Two Voyages to New-England Made during the Years 1638, 1663. Archived from the original on 25 June 2013.page 92 31. Hoen AG, Margos G, Bent SJ, et al. September 2009. "Phylogeography of Borrelia burgdorferi in the eastern United States reflects multiple independent Lyme disease emergence events. John Josselyn was an English colonist who made two voyages to the New World, in 1638 and 1663. He kept a journal of each trip, and these journals were published as a book during the 1670s. The. 1634 New England’s Prospect John Josselyn 1672 New Englands Rarities Discovered in Birds, Beasts, Fishes, Serpents and Plants of that Country John Josselyn An Account of Two Voyages to New England, Made during the years 1638, 1663 Edward Winslow and William Bradford 1622 Mourt's Relation: A Journal of the Pilgrims at Plimouth Giovanni da.
Mar 14, 2019 · Twenty-five years later, in May 1663, Josselyn returned to New England, this time spending in excess of eight years prior to returning, yet again, to England late in 1671. In 1674, Josselyn published a work based on his journal entries of both trips to New England:-Josselyn, John. 1674.
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