A Discourse in generall, concerning the Plantation of
our English people in other Countries.
Is declared, That the Attempts or Actions, in themselves are
very good and laudable, necessary also for our Country of
England. Doubts thereabout are answered: and some
are shewed, by which the same may, in better sort than
be prosecuted and effected.
For the perswading and stirring up of the people of this
chiefly the poorer and common sort to affect and effect these
Attempts better then yet they doe. With certaine motiues for
present Plantation in New-found land above the rest.
Made in the manner of a Conference, and divided into three
Parts, for the more plainnesse, ease, and delight
to the Reader.
RICHARD EBURNE of Hengstridge in the Countie
Printed by G.P. for Iohn Marriott. 1624.
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This document was transcribed from the original A Plaine Pathway to
Plantations by Richard Eburne, published in 1624 by G.P. for Iohn
Scott, Centre for Newfoundland Studies, Queen
Elizabeth II Library, Memorial University of Newfoundland. No effort has
been undertaken to amend or correct the source text. For further
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