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1793-99-

Egypte. Nubie.
Siouah, Fezzan, et Interieur de 1'Afrique.

Gottfried, Johan Lodewyk. De Aanmer-
kenswaardigste en aloml^eroemde Zee-
en Landreizen der Portugeezen, Span-
jaarden, Engelsen, en allerhande natien :
zoo van Fransen, Italiaanen, Deenen,
Hoogh- en Neder-Duitsen als van veele
andere Volkeren. Voornaamenlyk onder-
nomen tot Ondekking van de Oost- en
West - Indien, midsgaders andere veraf-
gelegene Gewesten des Aardryks. 8 vols.
Maps ami plates. Folio Leyden, 1727
[The secondary titles are dated 1706].

CONTENTS.

[A.] De doorlugtige Scheeps-toglen der
Portugyzeti na Oost-lndien.

VOLUME i.

De alder-eerste Scheeps-togten der Por-
tugyzen, 1419-1490; Voyagien van Vasco
da Gamma, Pedralvarez Cabral en Joan
da Nova, Francisco D' Albuquerque en
Lopo Soares, Francisco D'Almeida,
Pedro da Nhaya, Tristano d'Acunha,
Alfonso d'Albuquerque, Jorge de Mello
en Jorge d'Aguilar, Fernando Coutinho,
Gonsalo de Sequeira en Garcia de
Noronha, Fernando Perez d'Andrade.

VOLUME 2.

Voyagien van Diego Lopez de Sequeira,
Duarte de Menezes, Vasco da Gamma,
Lopo Vaz de Sampayo, Nuno da Cunha.

[B.] De gedenkwaardige en alomberoeinde
Voyagien der Spanjaarden na West-
Indien.

VOLUME i.

Voyagien van Christoffel Kolumbus, Alonso
d'Ojeda, Amerikus Vesputius, Christoffel
Guerre, Pero Alonso Nino, Vincent
Yanes Pinzon, Diego de Lepe, Peralvarez
de Kabral, Rodriguez de Bastidas, Niko-
laas de Obando, Diego Menclez deSegura,
Bartolemi Fiesco, Franciscus de Porras,
Ferdinandes Cortes, Jean Dias de Solis,
Sebastiaan D'Ocampo, Jean Ponze de
Leon, Diego de Nicueza, Jean de
Ezquebel, Vasco Nunes de Balboa,
Diego Velasques, Pamphilio de Narvaes,
Vasco Nunez, Pedrarias Davila, Fran-
ciscus Hernandez de Cordua, Jean de
Gryalva.



Gottfried [B.] continued.
VOLUME 2.

Voyagien van Ferdinandes Cortes, Alonso
d'Ojeda, Ferdinandes Magelanes, Gon-
zale d'Ocampo, Panfilio de Narvaez,
Lucas Vasquez d'Ayllon, Gil Gonzales
Davila, Stephan Gomez, Franciscus de
Garay, Pedro d'Alvarado, Diego de
Godoy, Garcia Jofre de Loyasa, Rodrique
de Bastidas, P. Alvares Palomino, Se-
bastiaan Gaboto, Diego Garcia.

[C.] De wijd-berseinde Voyagien na Oost
en West-Indien tuitsgaders andere Gedeel-
tens des Werelds gedaan door de Engelsen.
VOLUME i.

Voyagien van Anthony Jenkinson, Martin
Frobisher, Franciscus Draak, Joan
Haukins, Pieter Carder, Johan New-
berie, Petro Sarmiento, Ralph Fitch,
Georg, Graf van Cumberland, Thomas
Candisch, Andries Battel, Antoni Knivet,
Ellis, Hendrik May, Richard Moore,
Johan Smith, Walther Ralegh, Benjamin
Wood, Johan Davis, William Adams,
Antony Sherley, Johan Mildenhal, Johan
Cartwright, James Lancaster, David
Micldleton, Georg Weymouth, Bartholo-
meus Gosnol, Martin Pringe, Bartholo-
meus Gilbert, Hendrik Middelton,
Charles Leig, Johan Saris, Willem
Keeling, Roberte Coverte, William
Hawkins, William Finch.
VOLUME 2.

Voyagien van Robert Harcourt, Alex-
ander Sharpey en Richard Rowles, David
Middleton, Hendrik Middelton, Nicolaas
Dounton, Antony Hippon, Pieter Wil-
liamson Floris, Joan Saris, Edmund
Marlow, Thomas Best, Ralph Wilson,
Samuel Castelton, Christoffel Nieuw-
poort, Nicolaas Dounton, Johan Mil-
ward, Johan Smith, Thomas Coryat,
Walter Peyton, Edward Terry, Roger
Hawes, Alexander Childe, Thomas
Spurway, Martin Pring, Edward Heynes,
William Hoare, William Methold,
Andrew Schilling, Richard Jobson,
Anthony Chester, Hendrik Blunt, T. S.
(een Engels Koopman), Francoys Brooks,
Jonathan Dickenson.

[D.] De aanmerkenswaardige Voyagien door
Francoisen, Italiaanen, Deenen, Hoog-
duytsen en andere Vreemde Volkeren
gedaan na Oost- en West-Indien, inits-
gaders door andere Gewesten.
VOLUME i.

Voyagien van Johan du Plan Carpin,
Broeder Ascelin, Willem de Rubruquis,
Joseph den Incliaan, Johan de Verrazano,
Franciscus Pizarrus; and Didacus Alma-
grus, Nicolaas Clenard, Pedro de Men-
dosa, Ulrich Schmidt, Ferdinand de
Soto, Johan de Castro, Hieronymus
Benzo, Jan Staden, Johannes Lerius,



GOTTFRIED HACKE HAKLUYT.



54$



Gottfried [D], Vol. i continued.
Johannes Pontius, Johan Ribald, Renatus
de Laudonniere, Dominions Gourgues,
Caesar Frederik, Dithmar Bletkenius,
Leendert Rouwulf.

VOLUME 2.

Voyagien van Eduard Lopez, Caspar
Balby, Michiel Heberer, Joseph d'Acosta,
Benedictus Goes, Nicolaus Schmidt,
Antonio Fernandez, Evesko Petelin, Jan
de Luca, &c. , Hieronymus Lobo, Manuel
d' Almeida, Saedor Jacowits Boicoof,
Monette, Gallonye, IVIarquette en Joliet,
Otho Fridrich van der Greuben, Jacob
Jansz de Roy.

Hacke, William. A Collection of Ori-
ginal Voyages, containing I, Captain
Cowley's Voyage round the Globe ; 2,
Captain Sharp's Journey over the
Isthmus of Darien, and Expedition into
the South Seas, written by himself ; 3,
Captain Woods' Voyage through the
Streights of Magellan ; 4, Mr Roberts's
Adventures among the Corsairs of the
Levant, his Account of their way of living,
Description of the Archipelago Islands,
Taking of Scio, &c. Maps. 12 1699

Hakluyt, Richard. The Principall Navi-
gations, Voiages, and Discoveries of the
English Nation made by Sea or ouer
Land to the most remote and farthest
distant quarters of the Earth at any time
within the compasse of these I5ooyeeres ;
Deuided into three seuerall parts, accord-
ing to the position of the Regions to
which they were directed. 4 1589

Principal Navigations, Voyages, Tra-

ffiques, and Discoveries of the English
Nation. Blackletter. Vol. 2. Folio 1 599

The Principal Navigations, Voyages,

Traffiqves, and Discoveries of the English
Nation, made by Sea or ouerland, to the
remote and farthest distant quarters of
the Earth, at any time within the com-
passe of these 1 600 yeres ; Diuided into
three seuerall Volumes, &c. 3 vols. in 2.
Small folio 1599-1600

The Principal Navigations, Voyages,

Traffiques, and Discoveries of the English
Nation, made by Sea or Overland, to the
remote and farthest distant quarters of the
Earth, at any time within the compasse
of these 1600 yeres, divided into severall
volumes, according to the positions of the
Regions, whereunto they were directed ;
with additions. 5 vols. Folio 1809

CONTENTS.

[As in the 1809 edition, omitting the
illustrative notes, documents, &c., in-
terspersed. ]

VOLUME i.

Arthur, King. Voyage to Island, and
the most North - Eastern Parts of
Europe, 517*
2 M



Hakluyt, Vol. i continued.

Malgo, King. Voyage to Island, Got-
land, Orkney, Denmark, and Norway,
580.

Edwin, the Saxon King of Northum-
berland. Conquest of the Isles of
Anglesey and Man, 624.

Bertus. Voyage into Ireland, 684.

Octher. Voyage to the North Parts
beyond Norway, about 890.

Second Voyage, into the Sound of

Denmarke.

Wolstans. Navigation into the East Sea,
or the Sound of Denmarke.

Edgar, King. Voyage with 4000 shippes
round about his large Monarchic, 973.

Edmund and Edward, the Sonnes of
King Edmund Ironside. Voyage into
Hungary, 1017.

The Marriage of the Daughter of
Harald unto leruslaus Duke of Russia
in his owne Countrey, 1067.

Voyage of a certaine Englishman into
Tartaria, and from thence into Poland
and Hungary, 1243.

Carpini, Frier John de Piano. Long
and Wonderfull Voyage, 1246.

Rubricis, Frier W. de. Journall, 1253.

Nicolaus de Linna, a Franciscan Frier.
Voyage to all the Regions situate under
the North Pole, 1360.

Henry IV., King. Voyage into Prussia
and Letto, 1390.

Thomas of Woodstock, Duke of
Glocester. Voyage into Prussia, 1391.

Willoughby, Sir Hugh. Voyage,
wherein he unfortunately perished
at Arzina Reca in Lapland, 1553-

Chanceller, Richard, Pilote Major, the
first Discoverer by Sea of the King-
dome of Moscovia, Voyage of, 1553.

Burrough, Stephen. Voyage towards
the River of Ob, intending the Dis-
covery of the North- East Passage,

1556.

Johnson, R. Landing among the
Samoeds, 1556-

Burrough, S. Voyage from Colmogro
in Russia to Wardhouse, in search
of certain English Ships not heard of
the yeere before, 1557.

Jenkinson, Anthony. Voyage into
Russia, wherein Osep Napea, first
Ambassador from the Emperour of
Moscovia to Queene Mary, was trans-
ported into his Countrey, 1557-

Voyage from the City of Mosco in

Russia to Boghar in Bactria, 1558.

Voyage through Russia, and over

the Caspian Sea into Persia, 1561.

Alcock, T., G. Wrenne, and R.

Cheyney. Voyage into Persia, 1563.
Johnson, R., A. Kitchin, and A.

Edwards. Voyage into Persia, 1565.



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Hakluyt, Vol. i continued.
Southam, T., and J. Sparke. Voyage

by Land and River from Colmogro

to Novogrod in Russia, 1566.
Jenkinson, A. Third Voyage into

Russia, 1566.
Edwards, A., J. Spark, L. Chapman,

C. Faucet, and R. Pingle. Voyage

into Persia, 1568.
Banister, T. , and G. Ducket. Voyage

into Persia, 1569.
Burrough, Capt. W. Voyage of 13

English Ships to the Name in Liefland,

1570.
Jenkinson, A. Fourth Voyage into

Russia, 1571.
Burrough, C. Sixth Voyage into Persia,

1579-

Pet, Arthur, and E. Jackman. Voyage
to Discover the North-East Seas be-
yond the Island of Vaigats, 1 580.

Horsey, Master Jerome. Voyage over
land from Mosco in Russia to England,
1584.

Voyage to the North-East, performed
by certaine Russes, and translated out
of Sigismunclus ab Herberstein.

Voyage to Sibier and the River Ob,
by land, declared in a Letter written
to Gerardus Mercator.

Honourable Testimonies of Divers
Strangers touching the Notable Dis-
coveries of the English, made in the
North-East Parts.

A briefe Commentarie of the True
State of Island.

Gudbrandus Thorlacius, Bishop of Holen.
Letter concerning the ancient State
of Island and Gronland.

VOLUME 2.

The Vanquishing of the Spanish Armada,

1588.
The Honourable Voyage to Cadiz, 1596.

Voyages made by and within the
Str eight of Gibraltar, to the South
and South- East Quarters of the
World:

BEFORE THE CONQUEST.

Helena, Empresse. Voyage to Jeru-
salem, 337.

Constantine the Great. Voyage to Greece,
^igypt, Persia, and Asia, 339.

Pelagius Cambrensis. Voyage into ./Egypt
and Syria, 390.

Voyage of certaine Englishmen sent by
the French King to Constantinople,
unto Justinian the Emperor, about 500.

Sighelmus, Bishop of Shirburne. Memor-
able Voyage, sent by King Alphred
unto S. Thomas of India, 883.

Erigen, John. Voyage to Athens, in 885.

Whiteman, Andrew, alias Leucander.
Voyage to Palaestina, 1020.



Hakluyt, Vol. 2 continued.

Swanus, one of the sonnes of Earl

Godwin. Voyage unto Jerusalem,

1052.
Voyage of Three Ambassadors sent in the

time of Edward the Confessor, unto

Constantinople, and from thence unto

Ephesus, 1056.
Alured, Bp. of Worcester. Voyage unto

Jerusalem, 1058.
Ingulphus, Abbat of Croiland. Voyage

unto Jerusalem, 1064.

SINCE THE CONQUEST.

Beauchamps. Voyage made by diverse of
the Honourable Family of, with Roljert
Curtois, the sonne of William the
Conqueror, to Jerusalem, 1096.

Gutuere, an English Lady married unto
Baldwine, Brother of Godfrey, Duke of
Bouillon. Voyage toward Jerusalem,
1097.

Edgar. Voyage to Jerusalem, accom-
panied with valiant Robert the son
of Godwine, 1102.

Godericus, Voyage of, who travailed
with his ships in an Expedition unto
the Holy Land, 1102.

Hardine. Voyage, with 2OO sayles of
Christian ships which arrived at Joppa,

1 102.

Voyage by Sea of Englishmen, Danes,

and Flemings, who arrived at Joppa in

the Holy Land, 1109.
Athelard of Bathe. Voyage to ^-Egypt

and Arabia, 1130.
William, Archbishop of Tyre. Voyage to

Jerusalem and to the Citie of Tyre in

Phoenicia, 1 1 30.
Robert Ketenensis. Voyage to Dal-

matia, Greece, and Asia, 1 143.
Voyage of certaine Englishmen under

the conduct of Lewis the French King,

unto the Holy Land, 1147.
Lacy, John. Voyage to Jerusalem, 1 173.
Mandevile, W. , Erie of Essex. Voyage

to Jerusalem, 1177.
Richard I. Famous Voyage into Asia

for the Recovering of Jerusalem out of

hands of the Saracens, 1190.
Baldwine, Abp. of Canterbury. Voyage

unto Syria and Paloestina, 1190.
Richard, surnamed Canonicus. Voyage

into Syria and Pakestina, 1190.
Gulielmus Peregrinus. Voyage to

Palsestina, 1190.
Huliert, Walter, Bp. of Salisbury.

Voyage unto Syria, 1190.
Curson, Cardinal Robert. Voyage to

Damiata in /Egypt, 1218.
Voyage of Rainulph, Earle of Chester ;

Saer Quincy, Earle of Winchester ;

William de Albanie, Earle of Arundel,

&c., to the Holy Land, 1218.
Voyage of Henry Bohun and Saer

Quincy to the Holy Land, 1222.



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Hakluyt, Vol. 2 continued.

Rainulph Glanville, Earle of Chester.

Voyage to the Holy Land, and to

Damiata in ^Kgypt, 1218.
Petrus de Rupibus, Bp. of Winchester.

Voyage to Jerusalem, 1231.
The honourable Voyage of Richard,

Earle of Cornwall, with William

Long-espee, Earl of Salisburie, &c.,

into Syria, 1 240.
Voyage of William Long-espee into

/Egypt with Lewis, the French King,

1248.
Edward, Prince. Voyage into Syria,

1270.
Turneham, Robert. Voyage into Syria,

1270.
Mandevil, Sir John. Voyage from

England to Judea, and from thence to

India, China, Tartarie, and as farre as

33 deg. to the South of the Equinoctiall,

from 1322 to 1355.
Odoricus, Frier Beatus. Voyage to

Asia Minor, Armenia, Chaldcea,

Persia, India, China, and other remote

parts, &c. , about 1325.
Gurney, Matthew. Voyage against the

Moores of Alger to Barbary, and

Spaine.
Henry IV. Voyage, with an Armie of

Englishmen, to Tunis in Barbary.
Hawkwood,John. Travailesand Memor-
able Victories, in diverse places of

Italy.

Lord John of Holland, Earle of Hunting-
ton. Voyage to Jerusalem, and S.

Katherins Mount, 1394.
Mowbrey, Thomas Lord, Duke of

Norfolk. Voyage to Jerusalem, 1399.
Voyage of the Bishop of Winchester to

Jerusalem, 1417.
Voyage intended by Henry IV. to the

Holy Land, against the Saracens and

Infidels, 1413.
Voyage made with two ships, the " Holy

Crosse " and the " Mathew Gunson,"

to the Isles of Candia and Chio, about

1534-

Another Vovage unto Candia and Chio,
made by the " Matthew Gunson,"

'535-

Head, Peter. Voyage to Tunis, 1538.
Chaloner, Sir Thomas. Voyage to

Algier, 1541.
Bodenham, Roger. Voyage to Candia

and Chio, 1550.

Lok, John. Voyage to Jerusalem, 1553.
Foxe, John. Voyage to the Streit of

Gibraltar, 1563, and his worthy

enterprise in delivering 266 Christians

from the Captivitie of the Turkes at

Alexandria, 1577.
Aldersey, Laurence. Voyage to the

Cities of Jerusalem and Tripolis, 1581.



Hakluyt, Vol. 2 continued.

Voyage of the "Susan" to Constanti-
nople ; wherein M. W. Hareborne was
sent first Ambassador unto Zuldan
Murad Can, the Great Turke, 1582.

Voyage of a Ship, called " The Jesus," to
Tripolis in Barbary, 1583.

Austel, H. Voyage by Venice to Ragusa,
and thence overland to Constantinople;
and through Moldavia, Polonia, Silesia,
and Germany into England, 1586.

Voyage of Master Cesar Frederick into
the East India and beyonde the Indies,
1563-

Fitch, Ralph. The long, dangerous,
and memorable Voyage of, by the
way of Tripolis in Syria, to Ormuz,
Goa in the East Indies, Cambaia, the
River Ganges, Bengala, Bacola, Chon-
deri, Pegu, Siam, &c., begunne in 1583
and ended in 1591.

Eldred, John. Voyage to Tripolis in
Syria by sea, and from thence by
land and river to Babylon and
Balsara, 1583.

Evesham, John. Voyage by sea into
^gypt, 1586.

Aldersey, L. Voyage to the Cities of
Alexandria and Cairo in /Egypt, 1586.

Voyage of five Marchant Ships of London
into Turkic ; and their valiant Fight
in their returne with II Gallies and
two Frigats of the King of Spaine, at
Pantalarea, within the Streits of Gib-
raltar, 1586.

Harelx>rne, W. Voyage overland from
Constantinople to London, 1588.

Wrag, R. Description of a Voyage to
Constantinople and Syria, '1593-95 ;
wherein is shewed the manner of
delivering the Second Present by M.
Ed. Barton, Her Majestie's Ambassa-
dour, to Sultan Murad Can, the
Emperour of Turkic.

Voyages made ^vithout the Straight of
Gibraltar to the South and South-
East Quarters of the World, wherein
also mention is made of certaine Sea-
fights, and other Memorable Acts
performed by the English Nation :
Voyage of Macham, the First Discoverer

of the Isle of Madera, 1344.
First Two Voyages to Barbary, 1551-52.
Windam, T. Voyage to Guinea and

Benin, 1553.

Lok, J. Voyage to Guinea, 1554.
Towrson, W. Three Voyages to Guinea,
the Castle of Mina, and the River
Sestos, 1555-57.

Voyage made to Guinea at the charges
of Sir W. Gerard, Sir W. Chester,
&c., 1562.

Baker, Rt. Two Voyages to Guinea,
1562-63.



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APPENDIX I. TRAVELS, ETC.



Hakluyt, Vol. 2 continued.

The successe of another Voyage to

Guinea, at the direction of Sir W.

Gerard and others, 1564.
Fenner, Geo. Voyage to Guinea and

the Isles of Capo Verde, 1 566.
Hogan, Edm. Voyage and Ambassage

to the Emperour of Marocco, 1577.
Stukeley, T. Voyage into Barbary,

1578.
Stevens, T. Voyage about the Cape of

Buona Esperanza unto Goa, in the

East India, 1579.
Lancaster, J. Memorable Voyage alxnit

the Cape of Buona Esperanza, along

the Easterne Coast of Africa, beyond

Cape Comori, as far as the maine land

of Malacca, and thence home again,

begun 1591.
Roberts, II. Voyage and Ambassage to

Mully Hamet, Emperor of Marocco,

1585-

Evesham, John. Voyage of two of Sir
W. Raleghs pinases to the Azores ;
which tooke the Governour of the
Isle of S. Michael, and Pedro Sar-
miento, Governour of the Streights of
Magellan, in 1586.

Drake, Sir Francis. Voyage to Cadiz,
and the Memorable Exploits and
Services performed by him as well
there as at diverse other places upon
the Coast of Spaine and Portugale,
and 'his taking the great East Indian
Carak, called the " Sant Philip," neere
the Isle of S. Michael, 1587.

Welsh, James. Two Voyages to Benin,
beyond the Countrey of Guinea, in
Africa, 1588-90.

Voyage to Spaine and Portugale, written
(as it "is thought) by Colonel Anthonie
Wingfield, 1589.

Cumberland, Earle of. Voyage to the
Azores, 1589.

Fight performed by ten marchants Ships
of London against 12 Spanish Gallies
in the Streit of Gibraltar", 1590.

The Valiant Fight performed in the
Streit of Gibraltar by the "Centurion"
of London against five Spanish Gallies,

I59I-

True Report of the Fight alxnit the Isles
of the Azores between H.M.S. the
" Revenge, " under Sir Richard Grinvile,
and an Armada of the King of Spaine,

I591-

Voyage of certaine Ships of London to
the Coast of Spaine and the Azores,
1591. Reported by Robert Flick.
VOLUME 3.

Relation concerning the Estate of the
Island and Castle of Arguin, and
touching the rich and secret Trade
from the inland of Africa thither,
written in 1491.



Hakluyt, Vol. 3 continued.

Rainolds, R., and T. Dassell. Voyage
to the Rivers Senega and Gambra,
neere the Coast of Guinea, 1591.

Two Briefe Relations concerning the
Cities and Provinces of Tombuto and
Gago, and the Conquest by the King
of Marocco, written in 1594.

White, T. The taking of two Spanish
Ships, laden with Quicksilver and with
the Pope's Bulles, bound for the West
Indies, 1592.

The taking of the Mightie and Rich
Carak called the " Madre de Dios," and
of the "Santa Clara," a biskaine of 600
tunnes, as likewise the firing of another
Great Carak called the "Santa Cruz,"
1592.

The firing and sinking of the Stout and
Warlike Carak called the " Cinquo
Chaguas," 1592.

Report of the casting away of the Ship
" Tobie," neere Cape Espartel, on the
Coast of Barbary, 1 593.

Voyages to America.

The most ancient Voyage and Discovery
of the West Indies, performed by
Madoc, the sonneof Guined, Prince of
North Wales, 1 1 70.

Columbus, Christopher. Offer of the
Discovery of the West Indies to King
Henry VII., with the King's accept-
ance of the said offer.

Voyages undertaken for the Finding of
a North- West Passage to the North
parts of America, to Meta Incognita,
and the backeside of Groenland, as
farre as 72 deg. 12 mitt. :

Sebastian Calxrta. Voyage to the North
part of America, for the Discovery of
a North-West Passages as far as 58
deg. of lat., and from thence back
againe all along the Coast till he fell
with some part of Florida, 1497.

A Briefe Extract concerning the Dis-
covery of Newfoundland.

Gilbert, Sir Humfrey. Discourse to
Prove a Passage by the North-West to
Cataya and the East Indies.

Frobisher, M. Voyages of Discovery to
the West and North-West, in Search
for a Passage to China, 1576-78.

A Generall and Briefe Description of the
Country and Condition of the People
which are found in Meta Incognita.

Davis, John. Voyages for the Discovery
of a North-West Passage, 1585-86.

Voyage and Course of which the Ships
"Sunshine" and " Northstarre" held,
after M. John Davis had sent them from
him to Discover a Passage betweene
Greenland and Iseland, 1587.



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Hakluyt, Vol. 3 continued.

Zeno, Nicholas and Anthony. Voyage
to the Yles of Frisland, Island,
Engronland, Estotiland, Drogeo, and
Icaria, begun 1380.

Voyages made to Newfottndland, to the
Isles of Ramea, and the Isle of As-
sumption, otherwise called Natiscotec,
as also the Coasts of Cape Briton and
Arambec :

Voyage of two Ships, whereof one was
called the " Dominus vobiscum," for
the Discovery of the North Parts,
1527.

Hore, M. Voyage to Newfoundland and
Cape Briton, in 1536.

Gilbert, Sir Humfrey. Voyage to New-
foundland, 1583.

The First Discovery of the Isle of Ramea,

made by , in the Ship " Bona-

venture," 1591.

Fisher, R. Voyage of the Ship ' ' Mari-
gold " unto Cape Briton, and beyond,
to latitude 44 deg. and a halfe, 1593.

Drake, Geo. Voyage to the Isle of
Ramea, 1593.

Voyage of the "Grace" of Bristol! up
the Gulfe of S. Laurence to the North-
West of Newfoundland, as far as the
Isle of Assumption or Natiscotec, 1594.

Leigh, C. Voyage to Cape Briton and
the Isle of Ramea, 1597.

Voyages made for the Discovery of the
Gulfe of Saint Laurence, to the West
of Newfoundland, and from thence
up the River of Canada to Hochelaga,
Saguenay, and other places :

Cartier, Jacques. Voyages to Newfound-
land, the Gulfe of Saint Laurence and
the Grand Bay, up the River of Canada
to Hochelaga and Saguenay, 1534,
1540.

Roche, John Francis de la. Voyage with
three Ships to the Countries of Canada,
Hochelaga, and Saguenay, 1542.

Voyages and Navigations of the Eng-
lish to Virginia, and of the several!
Discoveries thereof, chiefly at the
charges of Sir Walter Ralegh :

First Voyage, made to the Coast of

Virginia, by Philip Amadas and A.

Barlow, 1584.
Second Voyage, made by Sir R. Grinvile,

1585, at what time the First Colonie

was there left under M. Ralfe Lane.
Third Voyage, made in 1586, for the

Reliefe of the Colonie.
Fourth Voyage, made in 1587, wherein

was transported the Second Colonie.
Fifth Voyage, made by John White in

1590.



Hakluyt, Vol. 3 continued.

Voyages to the Coast and Inland of
Florida :

Verazzono, John de, a Florentine.

Voyage to the Coast of Florida, sailing

from thence northerly to the latitude

of 50 deg., 1524.
Ribault, John. Voyages to Florida,

1562 and 1565.
Laudonniere, Capt. Rene. Voyage to

Florida, 1564.
Gourgues, Capt. Dominique. Voyage to

Florida, 1567.
Description of the West Indies in general,

but more particularly of Florida.

Voyages made from Ntieva Galicia and
Nueva Biscaya, in New Spaine, to
New Mexico, Cibola, andQuivira:

Marco de Nica, Friar. Voyage from
the town of S. Michael in Culiacan, to
the Kingdome of Ceuola, or Cibola,
situate about 30 deg. of latitwde to the
North of Nueva Espanna, 1539.

Vasquez de Coronado, Francis. Voyage
from Nueva Galicia to Cibola, Acuco,
Tiguex, Quivira, and to the Westerne
Ocean, 1540.

Ruis, Frier Augustin. Voyage to the 15
Provinces of New Mexico, 1581.

Espejo, Ant. de. Voyage 'from the
Valley of S. Bartholomew, .in Nueva
Galicia, to New Mexico, 158.2.

Voyages made for the discovery of the
Gulf of California, &c. :

Ulloa, Francisco de. Voyage by the
Coasts of Nueva Galicia, and Culiacan,
into the Gulfe of California, called El
mar vermejo, as also on the backside
of Cape California, as far as 30 deg.,

1539-

Alarchon, Fernando. Voyage and Dis-
covery, to the bottome of the Gulfe
of California, and 85 leagues up the
River Buena Guia, 1540.

Drake, Sir Francis. Voyage and Course
held from the haven of Guatulco, on
the backside of Nueva Espanna, to
the North-West of California, as far
as 43 deg., and backe again to 38 deg.,
where he entrenched himselfe on land,
called the Countrey Nova Albion, and
tooke possession on behalfe of Her



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