Virginia History Colonial Period Early Works To 1800 : A map of Virginia : VVith a description of the countrey, the commodities, people, government and religion. VVritten by Captaine Smith, sometimes governour of the countrey. Whereunto is annexed the proceedings of those colonies, since their first departure from England, with the discourses, orations, and relations of the salvages, and the accidents that befell them in all their iournies and discoveries. Taken faithfully as they were written out of the writings of Doctor Russell. Tho. Studley. Anas Todkill. Ieffra Abot. Richard Wiefin. Will. Phettiplace. Nathaniel Povvell. Richard Pots. And the relations of divers other diligent observers there present then, and now many of them in England. By VV.S.; Smith, John,
Virginia Hurricane 1667 : Strange newes from Virginia : being a true relation of a great tempest in Virginia, by which many people lost their lives ... : as a further addition to this calamity, the sea exceeded its usual height above twelve foot, overflowing all the plain country ...
Virginia Museum Of Fine Arts : Fabergé : Virginia Museum of Fine Arts / by David Park Curry, with the assistance of Caroline Doswell Smith and Mark Sprinkle.; Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
Virginia Museum Of Fine Arts Catalogues : The horse in ancient Greek art / edited by Peter Schertz and Nicole Stribling ; essays by Seán Hemingway, Carol C. Mattusch, John H. Oakley, Seth D. Pevnick, and Peter Schertz.
Virginia Naval Office : The Naval Office shipping lists for Virginia, 1698-1769, in the Public Record Office [microform].
Virginity : The Virgins complaint for the losse of their svveet-hearts by these present wars : and their owne long solitude and keeping their virginities against their wills / presented in the names and behalfes of all the damsels both of country and city, Ianuary 29, by sundry virgins of the city of London ; whereunto is added a mournfull dittie, written by some of the wittiest wenches among them.