1732.004: Dialogue between Thomas Sweet-Scented…

Published: 1732

Full Title: A dialogue between Thomas Sweet-Scented, William Oronoco, planters, both men of good understanding, and Justice Love-Country, who can speak for himself, recommended to the reading of the planters. By a sincere lover of Virginia.

Author: Gooch, William, Sir (1681-1751).

Place Issued: Williamsburg

Issuing Press: William Parks

Description: Third Edition. 20 pgs.; 20 cm. x 15 cm.


Filmed as part of Early American imprints, first series (no. 39992) from original located in the John Carter Brown Library; preceding editions (1732.002 & 1732.003) were not filmed. Gooch was resident governor of Virginia. 1727-49, as lieutenant to absent appointees – first to George Hamilton, Earl Orkney, until 1737, then to William Anne Keppel, Earl Albemarle, until 1749.

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