The Secret Diary of William Byrd of Westover, 1709-1712

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THE SECRET DIARY Of WILLIAM BYRD OF WESTOVER 1709-1712

EDITED BY LOUIS B. WRIGHT AND MARION TINLING

1941

THE DIETZ PRESS · RICHMOND, VIRGINIA

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Acknowledgments iii
  • Introduction v
  • Footnotes xxvii
  • Abbreviations xxix
  • February, 1709 1
  • March, 1709 11
  • April, 1709 16
  • May, 1709 29
  • June, 1709 42
  • July, 1709 55
  • August, 1709 66
  • September, 1709 78
  • October, 1709 89
  • November, 1709 101
  • December, 1709 113
  • January, 1710 125
  • February, 1710 137
  • March, 1710 148
  • April, 1710 160
  • May, 1710 173
  • June, 1710 186
  • July, 1710 199
  • August, 1710 212
  • September, 1710 225
  • October, 1710 238
  • November, 1710 252
  • December, 1710 266
  • January, 1711 281
  • February, 1711 295
  • March, 1711 308
  • April, 1711 323
  • May, 1711 338
  • June, 1711 354
  • July, 1711 368
  • August, 1711 383
  • September, 1711 399
  • October, 1711 414
  • November, 1711 431
  • December, 1711 447
  • February, 1712 479
  • March, 1712 494
  • April, 1712 509
  • May, 1712 524
  • June, 1712 538
  • July, 1712 552
  • August, 1712 565
  • September, 1712 578
  • Index 593
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