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A Poſtſcript.

IF any man deſire a more ample relation of the State of this Countrie, before ſuch time as this preſent relation taketh place, I referre them to the two former printed bookes: The one publiſhed by the Preſident and Councell for New-England, and the other gathered by the Inhabitants of this preſent Plantation at Plimouth in New-England: Both which bookes are to be ſold by Iohn Bellamy, at his ſhop at the three golden Lions in Corne-hill neere the Royall Exchange.