London : Printed for Samvel Macham, and are to be sold at his shop in Pauls church-yard, at the signe of the bul-head, 1609.
Book — 1 online resource (35 unnumbered pages)
A booklet entitled "Nova Britannia: Offerning most excellent fruites by planting in Virginia, " by Robert Johnson, and printed in London in 1609. This sermon included discussions of religion, colonization and increasing Britain's prestige.
A poem entitled "Newes from Virginia: the lost flocke triumphant, " written by Robert Rich and printed in London in 1610. Included in this text is an introduction to the readers, as well as the verses which described the adventures of the Sea-venture ship, the storm and shipwreck that sent them to Bermuda instead of Virginia, and its ultimate arrival in Virginia and return to England.
Printed at London : [by William Strachey] for Walter Burre, 1612.
Book — 1 online resource (8 unnumbered pages, 41 (that is, 89) pages, 7 unnumbered pages)
Laws entitled "For the Colony in Virginea Britannia Lawes Divine, Morall and Martiall", compiled by William Strachey and published in England in 1612. These were the rules and regulations issued in Jamestown under the order of the governor, who was appointed by the Virginia Company of London. Of note, many of these rules dealt with military issues, and the punishments were harsh for many military and other infractions.