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discovery of the Barmudas, otherwise called the Ile of Divels....

Silvester Jourdan

discovery of the Barmudas, otherwise called the Ile of Divels....

by Silvester Jourdan

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Published by Aungervyle Society in Edinburgh .
Written in English


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Published in Aungervyle Society Reprints series 2.

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Open LibraryOL16717341M

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Discovery of the Barmudas, otherwise called the Ile of Divels... by Silvester Jourdan Download PDF EPUB FB2

To celebrate its fiftieth anniversary, the University of Virginia Press reissues its first-ever publication. The volume’s two accounts of the wreck of a Jamestown-bound ship offer a gripping sea adventure from the earliest days of American colonization, but the dramatic events’ even greater claim to fame is for serving as the inspiration for William Shakespeare’s last major work.

A discovery of the Barmudas, otherwise called the Ile of Diuels by Sir Thomas Gates, Sir George Sommers, and Captayne Newport, with diuers others. Set forth for the loue of my country, and also for the good of the plantation in Virginia. Sil. Iourdan. Jourdain, Silvester, d. Facsimile of the Folger Shakespeare library copy of the original edition which has title: A discovery of the Barmvdas, otherwise called the Ile of divels: by Sir Thomas Gates, Sir George Sommers, and Captayne Newport, with diuers others.

Set forth for the loue of my country, and also for the good of the plantation in Virginia. Sil. : Silvester Jourdain. Read the full-text online edition of A Discovery of the Barmudas () (). Home» Browse» Books» Book details, A Discovery of the Barmudas () A Discovery of the Barmudas () By Joseph Quincy Adams, Silvester Jourdain.

No cover image. Otherwise Called the Ile of Diuels. OCLC Number: Notes: Facsimile of the Folger Shakespeare library copy of the original edition which has title: A discovery of the Barmvdas, otherwise called the Ile of divels: by Sir Thomas Gates, Sir George Sommers, and Captayne Newport, with diuers others.

On his return Jourdain wrote ‘A Discovery of the Barmudas, otherwise called the Ile of Divels,’ 4to, London, (reprinted, without acknowledgment, in in a ‘Plaine Description of the Barmudas,’ edited by W.

C., and dedicated to Sir Thomas Smith). Get this from a library. A discovery of the Barmudas, otherwise called the Ile of Diuels: by Sir Thomas Gates, Sir George Sommers, and Captayne Newport, with diuers others. Set forth for the loue of my country, and also for the good of the plantation in Virginia.

Sil. Iourdan. [Silvester Jourdain]. Jourdan's Discovery, Silvester Jourdan (Jourdain) came to England with Gates inand in October published his narrative- of the famous wreck under the following title: A Discovery of the Barmudas, otherwise called the Ile of Divels: By Sir Thomas Gates, Sir George Sommers, and Captayne Newport, with diuers others.

Set forth for the loue of. A plaine description of the Barmudas, now called Sommer Ilands: with all manner of their discouerie anno by the shipwrack and admirable deliuerance of Sir Thomas Gates and Sir George Sommers: wherein are truly set forth the commodities and a profit of that rich, pleasant, and healthful countrie: with an addition or more ample relation of diuers other remarkeable matters concerning Pages: True Reportory is the short-title of a 24, word narrative of early American colonial literature, A true reportory of the wracke, and redemption of Sir Thomas Gates Knight; vpon, and from the Ilands of the Bermudas: his comming to Virginia, and the estate of that Colonie then, and after, vnder the gouernment of the Lord La Warre, Iuly The author William Strachey was a passenger on.

On his return Jourdain wrote ⃜A Discovery of the Barmudas, otherwise called the Ile of Divels, 4to, London, (reprinted, without acknowledgment, in in a Plaine Description of the Barmudas, edited by W. C., and dedicated to Sir Thomas Smith).Parents: William Jurdain of Lyme, Elizabeth Jourdaine.

-in the first report on the shipwreck appeared: Sylvester Jourdain's A Discovery of the Barmudas, otherwise called the Ile of Divels -a second report - also published in - was issued by the Virginia Company: The True Declaration of the Estate of the Colonie of Virginia.

Jourdan's Discovery, Silvester Jourdan (Jourdain) came to England with Gates inand in October published his narrative- of the famous wreck under the following title: A Discovery of the Barmudas, otherwise called the Ile of Divels: By Sir Thomas Gates, Sir George Sommers, and Captayne Newport, with diuers others.

Set forth for the loue of. A Discovery of the Barmudas; otherwise called the Ile of Divels. Set forth for the love of my country and also for the good of the Plantation in Virginia by Sil. Jourdan. London, With additions and a new title; A Plaine Description of the Barmudas.

London, Edinburgh, —A Plaine Description of the Barmudas, now called. 3 Silvester Jourdain's slim pamphlet, A Discovery of the Barmudas, otherwise called the Ile of Divels (London: for Roger Barnes, ) complements Strachey's longer account but without the latter's exposé of conspiracies in Bermuda and deplorable conditions in Virginia.

[A Discovery of the Barmudas, otherwise called the Ile of Divels: by Sir Thomas Gates, Sir George Sommers, and Captayne Newport, with divers others. Set forth for the love of my country, and also for the good of the plantation in Virginia.

By Sil. A Discovery of the Barmudas, otherwise called the Ile of Divels. STC # Reprinted A Voyage to Virginia inLouis B.

Wright, ed. (), Strachey, William. "The True Reportory of the Wracke and Redemption of Sir Thomas Gates" (f.p.

) in A Voyage to Virginia inLouis B. Wright, ed. (), Vaughan, Alden. "A discovery of the Barmudas, otherwise called the Ile of the Divels.," printed in Hakluyt, reprinted by Peter Force in Tracts relating to the origin, settlement and progress of.

Two accounts of their shipwreck, of the island in the Caribbean they happened upon, and of their subsequent experiences, were published in London in One was A Discovery of the Barmudas, otherwise called Ile of Divels by Sylvester Jourdain.

A Discovery of the Barmudas, Otherwise Called the Ile of Divels. London: Roger Barnes, London: Roger Barnes, A Plaine Description of the Barmudas, Now Called Sommer Ilands. A Discovery of the Barmudas, otherwise called the Ile of Divels, A True Declaration of the Estate of the Colonie in Virginia,and True Reportory are just a few of the pamphlets although my favourite tells the whole story in its title; Newes from Virginia, The Lost Flocke triumphant, with the happy Arriual of that famous and worthy knight, Sr.October.

Silvester Jourdan (Jourdain) went to England with Gates inand in this month published his narrative of the Sea Venture wreck under the following title: A Discovery of the Barmudas, otherwise called the Ile of Divels: By Sir Thomas Gates, Sir George Sommers, and Captayne Newport, with diuers others.

Set forth for the loue.In Silvester Jourdan, an eyewitness, published A discovery of the Barmudas, otherwise called the ISLE OF DIVELS: By Sir Thomas Gates, Sir Geo.

Sommers, and Captayne Newport, with divers others. Next followed Strachey's Proceedings of the English colonie in Virginia4to, and some other pamphlets of less moment.