The Resource The legend of Captain Jones. : Relating his adventure to sea: his first landing, and strange combat with a mighty bear. His furious battel with his six and thirty men, against the army of eleven kings, with their overthrow and deaths. His relieving of Kemper Castle. His strange and admirable sea-fight with six huge gallies of Spain, and nine thousand souldiers. His taking prisoner, and hard usage. Lastly, his setting at liberty by the Kings command, and return for England

The legend of Captain Jones. : Relating his adventure to sea: his first landing, and strange combat with a mighty bear. His furious battel with his six and thirty men, against the army of eleven kings, with their overthrow and deaths. His relieving of Kemper Castle. His strange and admirable sea-fight with six huge gallies of Spain, and nine thousand souldiers. His taking prisoner, and hard usage. Lastly, his setting at liberty by the Kings command, and return for England

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The legend of Captain Jones. : Relating his adventure to sea: his first landing, and strange combat with a mighty bear. His furious battel with his six and thirty men, against the army of eleven kings, with their overthrow and deaths. His relieving of Kemper Castle. His strange and admirable sea-fight with six huge gallies of Spain, and nine thousand souldiers. His taking prisoner, and hard usage. Lastly, his setting at liberty by the Kings command, and return for England
Title
The legend of Captain Jones.
Title remainder
Relating his adventure to sea: his first landing, and strange combat with a mighty bear. His furious battel with his six and thirty men, against the army of eleven kings, with their overthrow and deaths. His relieving of Kemper Castle. His strange and admirable sea-fight with six huge gallies of Spain, and nine thousand souldiers. His taking prisoner, and hard usage. Lastly, his setting at liberty by the Kings command, and return for England
Title variation
  • Legend of Captain Iones
  • Legend of Captaine Jones
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
  • enggremynspa
  • eng
Member of
Cataloging source
TRN
Citation location within source
  • L2632
  • III:16-17
  • 659/111
  • R180040
Citation source
  • Wing (CD-ROM, 1996)
  • JCB Lib. cat., pre-1675
  • Alden, J.E. European Americana
  • ESTC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1597-1663
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Lloyd, David
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • plates
Index
no index present
Literary form
poetry
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Smith, John
  • Smith, John
  • Sailors
  • Sailors
  • Maya language
  • Indian linguistics
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The legend of Captain Jones. : Relating his adventure to sea: his first landing, and strange combat with a mighty bear. His furious battel with his six and thirty men, against the army of eleven kings, with their overthrow and deaths. His relieving of Kemper Castle. His strange and admirable sea-fight with six huge gallies of Spain, and nine thousand souldiers. His taking prisoner, and hard usage. Lastly, his setting at liberty by the Kings command, and return for England
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Note
  • Attributed to David Lloyd by Wing CD and the DNB
  • First printed London, 1631 under title: The legend of Captaine Jones
  • A satire, in verse, on Captain John Smith, giving references to Florida and America
  • "The legend of Captaine Jones", p. 1-18, 2nd count, preceded by numerous pages of verse. Of note are: "Ionos epithrenomen", p. [5-6], 1st count, the text of which is in Greek and the title of which is transliterated from the Greek; "After Captaine Jones his great conquest in the Indies, these verses were ingraven on a pillar of gold, in the famous city of Chiapa", p. [9], 1st count, which is a combination of Spanish and Maya languages; and "By the assistance of Mr. Gage his rules to learn that Indian tongue call'd Poconchi, thus faithfully and verbatim translated into English", p. [10], 1st count, which is signed E.L.L
  • "The legend of Captain Jones: continued from his first part to his end: wherein is delivered his incredible adventures and achievements by sea and land. Particularly, his miraculous deliverance from a wrack at sea by the support of a dolphin. His severall desperate duels. His combate with Bahader Cham a gyant of the race of Og. His loves. His deep imployments and happy successe in businesse of state. All which, and more, is but the title of his owne relation, which he continued untill he grew speechlesse, and died", p. [21]-70, 2nd count, has separate dated title page with imprint: London: printed for Richard Marriot, and are to be sold at his shop in S. Dunstans Church-Yard Fleet-Street 1656 (Wing (2nd ed.) L2631)
  • Signatures: pi (pi1 verso, pi2 recto, pi4 verso blank) A-E (C3, C4 versos blank) (C4 missigned D4) F
  • Woodcut head pieces
  • Folded plate entitled "The legend of Captain Jones: the first & 2d part" is bound between p. [8] and [9], 1st count
Extent
1 online resource ([24], 71, [1] pages, [1] folded leaf of plates
Form of item
online
Note
John Carter Brown Library copy imperfect: some leaves cropped closely at the foredge with no loss of text.
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
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The legend of Captain Jones. : Relating his adventure to sea: his first landing, and strange combat with a mighty bear. His furious battel with his six and thirty men, against the army of eleven kings, with their overthrow and deaths. His relieving of Kemper Castle. His strange and admirable sea-fight with six huge gallies of Spain, and nine thousand souldiers. His taking prisoner, and hard usage. Lastly, his setting at liberty by the Kings command, and return for England
Link
Publication
Note
  • Attributed to David Lloyd by Wing CD and the DNB
  • First printed London, 1631 under title: The legend of Captaine Jones
  • A satire, in verse, on Captain John Smith, giving references to Florida and America
  • "The legend of Captaine Jones", p. 1-18, 2nd count, preceded by numerous pages of verse. Of note are: "Ionos epithrenomen", p. [5-6], 1st count, the text of which is in Greek and the title of which is transliterated from the Greek; "After Captaine Jones his great conquest in the Indies, these verses were ingraven on a pillar of gold, in the famous city of Chiapa", p. [9], 1st count, which is a combination of Spanish and Maya languages; and "By the assistance of Mr. Gage his rules to learn that Indian tongue call'd Poconchi, thus faithfully and verbatim translated into English", p. [10], 1st count, which is signed E.L.L
  • "The legend of Captain Jones: continued from his first part to his end: wherein is delivered his incredible adventures and achievements by sea and land. Particularly, his miraculous deliverance from a wrack at sea by the support of a dolphin. His severall desperate duels. His combate with Bahader Cham a gyant of the race of Og. His loves. His deep imployments and happy successe in businesse of state. All which, and more, is but the title of his owne relation, which he continued untill he grew speechlesse, and died", p. [21]-70, 2nd count, has separate dated title page with imprint: London: printed for Richard Marriot, and are to be sold at his shop in S. Dunstans Church-Yard Fleet-Street 1656 (Wing (2nd ed.) L2631)
  • Signatures: pi (pi1 verso, pi2 recto, pi4 verso blank) A-E (C3, C4 versos blank) (C4 missigned D4) F
  • Woodcut head pieces
  • Folded plate entitled "The legend of Captain Jones: the first & 2d part" is bound between p. [8] and [9], 1st count
Extent
1 online resource ([24], 71, [1] pages, [1] folded leaf of plates
Form of item
online
Note
John Carter Brown Library copy imperfect: some leaves cropped closely at the foredge with no loss of text.
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote

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