Historical collections of South Carolina : embracing many rare and valuable pamphlets, and other documents, relating to the history of that state from its first discovery to its independence, in the year 1776
I. Introduction. An historical account of the rise and progress of the colonies of South Carolina and Georgia [by Alexander Hewatt. vol. I: South Carolina] 1779 -- II. A brief description of the province of Carolina. 1666. An account of the province of Carolina [by Samuel Wilson] 1682. The second charter granted by King Charles II. the proprietors of Carolina. [1678?] Carolina: or A description of the present state of that country. By T[homas] A[sh] 1682. A new description of that fertile and pleasant province of Carolina. By John Archdale. 1707. Proposals by Mr. Peter Purry, for encouragement of such Swiss Protestants as should agree to accompany him to Carolina. And, also, a description of the province of South Carolina. 1731. A narrative of the proceedings of the people of South Carolina, in the year 1719 [by Francis Yonge] 1726. A description of South Carolina [by James Glen] 1761. Political annals of the province of Carolina: from the Political annals of the United Colonies, by George Chalmers.  Statements made in the introduction to the report on General Oglethorpe's expedition to St. Augustine.  The first set of the fundamental constitutions of South Carolina: as comp. by Mr. John Locke.  The history of Carolina: being an account of that colony, originally published in the History of the British Empire in America. By J. Oldmixon. 1708. A short description of the province of South Carolina [by George Milligen] 1770. An account of missionaries, sent to South Carolina [by David Humphreys. 1730] An account of what the army did under the command of Col. Moore, in his expedition last winter, against the Spaniards and Spanish Indians. Printed in the Boston news, May 1, 1704. An account of the breaking out of the Yamassee war, in South Carolina. Extracted from the Boston news. June 13, 1715
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