Published as a continuation to Thorowgood's Iewes in America, or, Probabilities that the Americans are of that race, London, 1650.
The text proper occupies the 67 p. at end. The preliminarymatter comprises the dedication (originally written in 1648 and now altered to apply to Charles II), a letter "Tothe noble knights, ladies and gentlemen of Norfolk ... that declared their desires to promote the gospel among the Indians in America, by their ... encouragement to Mr. John Eliot" (dated and signed: May 26. 1660. Thomas Thorowgood), a letter "To the impartial ... reader" (datedand signed: June 25, 1660. Tho. Thorowgood), tables of contents, longitudinal label, and "The learned conjecturesof Reverend Mr. John Eliot touching the Americans, of new and notable consideration, written to Mr. Thorowgood."
With bookplate of Henry Francis Lyte.
5 p. l., 30,  p., 1 l., 22 [i.e. 28], 67 p. illus. 20x 16 cm.