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Colonel William Byrd, III of "Westover" was the son of Colonel William Byrd, II, and his second wife, Maria Taylor. He was born September 6, but somewhere nearby. Several writings in books had stated William ended his life at Westover. I have not found anything to say elsewhere and maybe someone might shed some more light on this for. Information from the writings of Colonel William Byrd of Westover in Virginia, Esquire, edited by John Spencer Bassett, , New York, Doubleday, Page and Company: William Byrd, II was born in Virginia, and may have been visited by his grandfather Horsmanden there before he returned to England.
Scope and Content Information. Writings of William Byrd II (), of Westover, Charles City County, Va., including a fragmentary rough draft, in his hand, of the November , , entries in his Secret History of the Dividing Line, which he later revised as the History of the Dividing Line Betwixt Virginia and North Carolina. Two Views of Colonel William Byrd. By Core, George Read preview. Article excerpt. By a pleasant coincidence these studies of William Byrd--the only two books on the man--have been released within a few months of one another. The one (published originally by Houghton Mifflin in ) has demonstrated anew its durability and importance by.
Portrait of William Byrd II (), attributed to Hans Hysing, oil on canvas, ca. The Diary of. William Byrd II. of Virginia, Selections * William Byrd II ranks as the most well-known gentlemen-planter of pre-Revolutionary America, partly for his achievements and status, partly for his witty and irreverent. History of. WILLIAM BYRD I, the progenitor of the Byrd family in America, arrived in Virginia in about William's brother Thomas Byrd arrived later in Virginia about and lived in Henrico where he died in William had inherited large land holdings from his uncle, Captain Thomas Stegge II. His inheritance included a.
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This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks The Writings Of Colonel William Byrd Of Westover In Virginia Esq (LARGE PRINT EDITION): William Byrd, John S.
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Starting at $ The Westover Manuscripts: Containing the History of the Dividing Line Betwixt Virginia and North Carolina; A Journey to the Land of Eden, A.D. ; And a Progress to the Mines. The Writings of Colonel William Byrd of Westover in Virginia Esq – Hardcover () by William Byrd, John S Bassett (Editor).
The writings of Colonel William Byrd of Westover in Virginia, Esqr. by Byrd, William. Published by Doubleday, Page in New by: 5. The Writings of "Colonel William Byrd, of Westover in Virginia, Esqr." by William Byrd, John Spencer Bassett, De Vinne Press.
Publication date Book from the collections of University of Virginia Language English. Book digitized by Google from the library of University of Virginia and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. The writings of Colonel William Byrd of Westover in Virginia, Esqr by Byrd, William; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Accessible book, Boundaries, Catalogs, Description and travel, Early works toLibrary, Mines and mineral resources, Private libraries, Westover (Va.); Places: North Carolina, Virginia; People: Byrd family, William Byrd ().
THE manuscripts of Col. William Byrd, of Westover, the father of the last proprietor of the same name, of different dates from toare contained in a large folio volume bound in parchment, which has been carefully preserved in his family, until recently placed in the hands of the editor.
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Open by Appointment or Chance. One of his books, Sir Thomas Herbert's "Travels Into Africa and Asia the Great," etc., folio, London,is in the Library of Haverford College; it contains his fine book plate. Colonel William Byrd's style is lively, and his narrative flows smoothly.
His spelling conforms in many cases to that. Among other works published from The Westover Manuscripts inare A Journey to the Land of Eden, A Progress to the Mines, and The Secret Diaries of William Byrd of Westover. The History of the Dividing Line is Byrd's most influential piece of literary work and is now featured regularly in textbooks of American Colonial en: Evelyn, Wilhelmina, Anna Jo, Maria, Jane.
The great American gentleman: William Byrd of Westover in Virginia, his secret diary for the years Another secret diary of William Byrd of Westover,with letters & literary exercises, The London diary () and other writings / William Byrd of Virginia ; edited by Louis B.
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William Byrd’s most popular book is McGuffey's Sixth Eclectic Reader. The Writings of Colonel William Byrd, of Westover in Virginia, Esqr.
John Spencer Bassett, William Byrd. avg rating — 0 ratings. WILLIAM BYRD TITLE BOOK (Continued) and his second wife Elizabeth, the widow of William Worsham. He was Lt. Col. of Charles City County, a Justice et seq.
and Bur-gess for said CountyAt the session of Oct. 30, the House was called to assist in writing the will of Col. Mann Page. A study of St. Peter's Parish. The writings of Colonel William Byrd of Westover in Virginia, Esqr. Edited by John Spencer Bassett. Colonel William Byrd II (28 March - 26 August ) was a planter, slave-owner and author from Charles City County, Virginia.
He is considered the founder of Richmond, Virginia. His works are among the earliest of Virginia literature and his diaries are considered as classic documents. A remarkable chronicle of the foibles of Anglo-American Virginia planter William Byrd II of Westover Plantation (near Williamsburg).
Shares some qualities with English diarist Samuel Pepys, but of more interest for those interested in comparing life in the American colonial South with, say, life in New England as recorded by Bradford, Cotton Mather, or with a middle Atlantic colonist such as /5(3). Genre/Form: Catalogs Early works Early works to Additional Physical Format: Online version: Byrd, William, Writings of "Colonel William Byrd, of Westover in Virginia, esqr".
Reprint of first edition. No. in the publisher's "Research & Source Books Works Series." No. in the "American Classics in History and Social Science" series.Get this from a library! The writings of. OCLC Number: Notes: Title in red and black. "One of an edition of copies on specially made paper and 15 copies on imperial Japanese vellum paper"- .The Writings Of "Colonel William Byrd, Of Westover In Virginia, Esqr." 48a4fc3 [William Byrds of Westover, Virginia,VolNew York: Doubleday, Page & Codespite certain efforts of Byrd of Westover himselffamily, Joseph and two sons, labored at the Patuxent Iron Works in Maryland to the Mines, In the Year ,” The Writings of.