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... colony in Virginia , and wrecked the vessel in which Sir George Somers and the other principal commanders had sailed , on one of the Bermuda islands .
While the English lay at the Bermudas , in their way to Virginia , [ that is , in the year 1609 and part of 1610 , when they were shipwrecked there ] says ...
So in A True Declaration of the Estate of the Colonie in Virginia , 1600 , p . 44 : “ Not an eye of sturgeon as yet appeared in the river . " ' Malone .
... or those that are desirous of going to Sea ; ” by Captain John Smith , some time Governor of Virginia , and Admiral of New England .
Next followed Strachey's Proceedings of the English Colonie in Virginia , 1612 , 4to . and some other pamphlets of less moment .
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