Engraved title and 4 folding engraved maps (engraved title in sixth state showing King Charles in mature years, "Ould Virginia" in third state with inscription "printed by Iames Reeve" but before the addition of the name "Adams Sound" above "C Henry", "Virginia" in tenth state with the alteration of the Purchas page numbers to 1690 and 1691, "The Summer Ils." in third state with the addition of the motto "Vincere es. Vivere" next to Smith's arms), ornamental woodcut initials, type ornaments. Alden 632/99; Sabin 82829 (and notes following 82823 for states of the engravings); STC 22790d. [Bound with:] SMITH, JOHN. The True Travels, Adventures, and Observations...In Europe, Asia, Affrica, and America, from Anno Domini 1593 to 1629...with a continuation of his generall History of Virginia, Summer-Iles, New England, and their proceedings, since 1624 to this present 1629; as also of the new Plantations of the great River of the Amazons, the Iles of St. Christopher, Mevis, and Barbados in the West Indies. All written by actuall Authours, whose names you shall finde along the History. London: J. H[aviland] for Thomas Slater 1630. Similarly dampstained to match preceding work, B1 torn and repaired, a few more minor tears repaired at edges, lacks folding plate. FIRST EDITION, First Issue with the errors uncorrected, engraving of Smith's coat-of-arms by T. Cecil on verso of title-page (it is sometimes found on a separate leaf), ornamental woodcut initals, type ornaments. Alden 630/162; Church 417; Sabin 82851; STC 22796. Provenance: John Trymmer, early signature on front pastedown -- Duke of Leeds, bookplate. " /> SMITH, <I>Captain</I> JOHN, <I>Governor of Virginia.</I> The Generall Historie of Virginia, New-England, and the Summer Isles: with the names of the Adventurers, Planters, and Governours from their first beginning Ano: 1584 to this present 1626. London: by J. D[awson] and J. H[aviland] for Edward Blackmore, 1632. <I>Small folio, 270 x 180 mm. (10 5/8 x 7 1/16 in.), old sheep, rebacked and corners repaired, dampstained, "Ould Virginia" map with 4½-inch tear at left side, "Virginia" map torn and repaired at central fold and with very small losses, border slightly cropped at left side, "The Summer Ils." rehinged, cut close at left and with two tears and two fold repairs, "New England" map with tiny restoration at right and lower edges, small tear repaired, rust hole in T2 catching a word, E2 and E3 misbound.</I> Engraved title and 4 folding engraved maps (engraved title in sixth state showing King Charles in mature years, "Ould Virginia" in third state with inscription "printed by Iames Reeve" but before the addition of the name "Adams Sound" above "C Henry", "Virginia" in tenth state with the alteration of the Purchas page numbers to 1690 and 1691, "The Summer Ils." in third state with the addition of the motto "Vincere es. Vivere" next to Smith's arms), ornamental woodcut initials, type ornaments. Alden 632/99; Sabin 82829 (and notes following 82823 for states of the engravings); STC 22790d. [<I>Bound with</I>:] SMITH, JOHN. The True Travels, Adventures, and Observations...In Europe, Asia, Affrica, and America, from Anno Domini 1593 to 1629...with a continuation of his generall History of Virginia, Summer-Iles, New England, and their proceedings, since 1624 to this present 1629; as also of the new Plantations of the great River of the Amazons, the Iles of St. Christopher, Mevis, and Barbados in the West Indies. All written by actuall Authours, whose names you shall finde along the History. London: J. H[aviland] for Thomas Slater 1630. <I>Similarly dampstained to match preceding work, B1 torn and repaired, a few more minor tears repaired at edges, lacks folding plate.</I> FIRST EDITION, First Issue with the errors uncorrected, engraving of Smith's coat-of-arms by T. Cecil on verso of title-page (it is sometimes found on a separate leaf), ornamental woodcut initals, type ornaments. Alden 630/162; Church 417; Sabin 82851; STC 22796. <I>Provenance</I>: John Trymmer, early signature on front pastedown -- Duke of Leeds, bookplate. | Christie's