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and by the North-West part of Ame-
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of the Coast of Brasil, from the Isle
of Santa Catelina unto the mouth of
the River of Plate, and all along up
within the said River, as farre as it is
navigable with small barkes.
Voyages to the Streights of Magellan,
the South Sea along the Coasts of
Chili, Peru, Nicaragua, and Nueva
Galicia, to the Headland of Cali-
fornia, and to the North- IVest as far
as 43 </!?., likewise to Isles of the La-
drones, the Philippinas, the Malucos,
and thejavas; and from thence by
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Voyage made by certaine Ships of
Holland into the East Indies, 1595-97-
The Prosperous and Speedy Voyage to
Java in the East Indies, performed by
eight Ships of Amsterdam, from Texell,
in Holland, whereof four went forward
from Java for the Moluccas, 1598-99.
Bruton, W. Newes from the East
Indies, or a Voyage to Bengalla, one
of the greatest Kingdoms under the
Great Mogull, with their detestable
Religion, mad and foppish Rites,
wicked Sacrifices, and impious Cus-
The Fardle of Facions, conteining the
Aunciente Maners, Customes, and
Lawes of the Peoples enhabiting the
two partes of the Earth, called Afiricke
and Asie, 1555.
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73 Saile of Shippes, sent forth at the
Command of the States Generall to the
Coast of Spanie and the Canarie Isles,
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Conquered and Peopled those Coun-
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The Omissions of Cales Voyage, Stated
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Ralegh, Sir W. , Knight. The Discovery
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the great and golden City of Manoa
(which the Spaniards call El Dorado),
&c., performed in 1595. Reprinted
from the edition of 1596, with some Un-
published Documents relative to that
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Biographical Memoir, by Sir R. II.
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Rundall, Thomas. Narratives of Voy-
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of a Passage to Cathay and India,
1496 to 1631 ; with Selections from the
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early Records of the Hon. E. I. Com-
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Herberstein, Baron Sigismund von. Notes
upon Russia : lacing a Translation of
the Earliest Account of that Country,
entitled Rerum Moscoviticarum Com-
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R. H. Major. 2 vbls. 8 1853
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unpublished Manuscript of Francis Flet-
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same Voyage, and Introduction, by W.
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of the Two Tartar Conquerors of China,
including the Two Journeys into Tar-
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the Suite of the Emperor Kang-Hi ;
to which is added Father Pereira's Jour-
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Emperor, from the Dutch of N. Witsen.
Hakluyt Soc. Publ., Vol. ijcontd.
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Collection of Documents on Spitsbergen
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Fletcher, Giles. Treatise "Of the
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Horsey, Sir Jerome. Travels ; now
for the first time printed entire from
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World, showing his Travels in Ame-
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India in the Fifteenth Century : being a
Collection of Narratives of Voyages to
India in the Century preceding the Por-
tuguese Discovery of the Cape of Good
Hope, from Latin, Persian, Russian, and
Italian sources, translated into English.
Edited, with an Introduction, by R. H.
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Abd-er-Razzak. Narrative of my Voy-
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Conti, Nicolo. Travels in the East in
the early part of the I5th century.
Nikitin, Athanasius. Travels to India.
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Notice and Notes, by Alice Wilmere.
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plates, y 1859
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the Amazons, 1639.
List of the Principal Tribes of the
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Early Voyages to Terra Australia, now
called Australia ; a Collection of Docu-
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illustrative of the History of Discovery on
the Coast of that Island, from the Begin-
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Capt. Cook. Edited, with an Introduc-
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Arias, Juan Luis. Memorial respect-
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Torres, Luis Vaez de. Relation con-
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his Almirante, 1607.
Extract from the Book of Dispatches
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Pelsart, Capt. Francis. Voyage and
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Account of the Wreck of the Ship
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made to the Unexplored South Land,
by Order of the Dutch East India
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the Coast of New Holland, 1699.
Detail of the Discoveries and Notice-
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of Timor to New Holland. Trans-
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Hudson, Henry, the Navigator. The Ori-
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Ursua, Pedro de, and Lope de Aguirre.
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Translated from the Latin, with a Com-
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Varthema, Ludovica di. Travels in Egypt,
Syria, Arabia Deserta and Arabia Felix,
in Persia, India, and Ethiopia, 1503
to 1508. Translated from the Italian
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J. Winter Jones, and edited, with Notes
and an Introduction, by G. Percy Badger.
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Cieza de Leon, Pedro de. The Travels
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Narrative of the Proceedings of Pedrarias
Davila in the Provinces of Tierre Firme
or Castilla del Oro, and of the Discovery
of the South Sea and the Coasts of Peru
and Nicaragua, written by Pascual de
Andagoya. Translated and edited, with
Notes and an Introduction, by C. R.
Markham. Map. 8 1865
A Description of the Coasts of East Africa
and Malabar in the beginning of the
Sixteenth Century, by Duarte Barbosa,
a Portuguese. Translated from an early
Spanish Manuscript in the Barcelona
Library, with Notes and a Preface, by
the Hon. Henry E. J. Stanley. 8 1866
VOLUMES 36 and 37.
Cathay and the Way thither : being a
Collection of Medieval Notices of China.
Translated and edited by Col. H. Yule
. . . ; with Essay on the Intercourse be-
tween China and the West previous to
the Discovery of the Cape Route. 2 vols.
[Contains Travels of Oderic, Marig-
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The Three Voyages of Martin Frobisher
in Search of a Passage to Cathaia and
India by the North- West, A.D. 1576-78.
Reprinted from the first edition of
Hakluyt's Voyages, with Selections from
Manuscript Documents in the British
Museum and State Paper Office, by
Rear-Admiral Richard Collinson. Por-
trait and maps. 8 1 868
The Philippine Islands, Moluccas, Siam,
Camlxxlia, Japan, and China, at the
Close of the Sixteenth Century, by
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Antonio de Morga. Translated from the
Spanish, with Notes and a Preface, and
a Letter from Luis Vaez de Torres
describing his voyage through the Torres
Straits, by the Hon. Henry E. J. Stanley.
Maps and plate. 8 1868
The Fifth Letter of Hernan Cortes to
the Emperor Charles V., containing an
Account of his Expedition to Honduras.
Translated from the original Spanish by
Don Pascual de Gayangos. 8 1868
First Part of the Royal Commentaries of
the Yncas, by the Ynca Garcilasso de
la Vega. Translated and edited, with
Notes and an Introduction, by Clements
R. Markham. Vol i. 8 1869
The Three Voyages of Vasco da Gama
and his Viceroyalty, from the Lendas da
India of Gaspar Correa. Accompanied
by Original Documents. Translated from
the Portuguese, with Notes and an Intro-
duction, by the Hon. HenryE. J.Stanley.
Portrait, plate, &c. 8 1869
Select Letters of Christopher Columbus,
with other Original Documents, relating
to his Four Voyages to the New World.
Translated and edited by R. H. Major.
2nd edition. Maps and plate. 8 1870
History of the Imams and Seyyids of
'Oman, by Salil-Ibn-Razik, from A.n.
661-1856. Translated from the Original
Arabic, and edited, with Notes, Appen-
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the History down to 1870, by George
Percy Badger. Map. 8 1871
First Part of the Royal Commentaries
of the Yncas, by the Ynca Garcilasso de
la Vega. Translated and edited, with
Notes, an Introduction, and an Analytical
Index, by Clements R. Markham. Vol.
2 (containing Hooks 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9).
Maps. 8 1871
The Canarian, or Book of the Conquest
and Conversion of the Canarians in the
year 1402, by Messire Jean de Bethen-
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Jean le Verrier. Translated and edited,
with Notes and an Introduction, by R.
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Reports on the Discovery of Peru. I.
Report of Francisco de Xeres, Secretary
to Francisco Pizarro ; 2. Report of
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Miguel de Astete on the Expedition to
Pachacamac ; 3. Letter of Hernando
Pizarro to the Royal Audience of Santo
Domingo ; 4. Report of Pedro Sancho
on the Partition of the Ransom of
Atahuallpa. Translated and edited,
with Notes and an Introduction, by
Clements R. Markham. Map. 8 1872
Narratives of the Rites and Laws of the
Yncas. Translated from the original
Spanish Manuscripts, and edited, with
Notes and an Introduction, by Clements
R. Markham. 8 1873
Travels to Tana and Persia, by Josafa
Barbaro and Ambrogio Contarini. Trans-
lated from the Italian, and edited, with
an Introduction, by Lord Stanley of
Alderley. 8 1873
The Voyages of the Venetian brothers
Nicolo and Antonio Zeno to the Northern
Seas, in the Fourteenth Century, &c.
Translated and edited, with Notes and
an Introduction, by Richard Henry
Major. Maps. 8 1873
The Captivity of Hans Stacle of Hesse,
in A.I). 1547-55, among the Wild Tribes
of Eastern Brazil. Translated by Albert
Tootal, Esq., of Rio de Janeiro, and
annotated by R. F. Burton. 8 1874
The First Voyage round the World by
Magellan. Translated from the Accounts
of Pigafetta and other contemporary
writers, accompanied by Original Docu-
ments, with Notes and an Introduction,
by Lord Stanley of Alderley. Portrait^
map, &c. 8 ' 1874
The Commentaries of the Great Afonso
Dalboquerque, second Viceroy of India.
Translated from the Portuguese edition
of 1774, with Notes and an Introduction,
by Walter de Gray Birch. Vol. I.
Maps and plate. 8 1875
The Three Voyages of William Barents