2 edition of The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation, V8 found in the catalog.
The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation, V8
November 13, 2007 by IndyPublish .
Written in English
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The same Cortes with his sayd number of Spanyards, tooke prisoner that mighty Emperour Mutezuma in his most chiefe and famous citie of Mexico, which at that instant had in it aboue the number of And in my private opinion, I do verily thinke that God did create land, to the end that it should by culture and husbandry yeeld things necessary for mans life. Most recently updated: January 28, The term implies that the binding is modern, or recent, unless otherwise specified. And lastly, by this meanes many of their poore innocent children shall be preserued from the bloody knife of the sacrificer, a most horrible and detestable custome in the sight of God and man, now and ever heretofore vsed amongst them. But for so much as the Gebionites fearing the like euent sent Ambassadours vnto Iosua to entreate for grace, fauour, and peace: hee commaunded that all their liues should bee saued, and that they should be admitted to the children of Israel.
The names of all the men, women and children, which safely arriued in Virginia, and remained to inhabite there. Then in processe of yeeres ariseth the first English trade to Brasill, the first passing of some of our nation in the ordinarie Spanish fleetes to the west Indies, and the huge Citie of Mexico in Noua Hispania. So please feel free to send in a contribution, comment or query. When I call to minde, how many noble ships haue been lost, how many worthy persons haue bene drenched in the sea, and how greatly this Realme hath bene impouerished by losse of great Ordinance and other rich commodities through the ignorance of our Sea-men, I haue greatly wished there were a Lecture of Nauigation read in this Citie, for the banishing of our former grosse ignorance in Marine causes, and for the increase and generall multiplying of the sea-knowledge in this age, wherein God hath raised so generall a desire in the youth of this Realme to discouer all parts of the face of the earth, to this Realme in former ages not knowen. The chiefe cities of Russia Section V. For it appeareth by the relation of a Countreyman of ours, [pg ] namely Dauid Ingram, who trauelled in those countries xi.
I could recite diuers other places out of the Scripture, which aptly may be applyed hereunto, were it not I doe indeuour my selfe by all meanes to be briefe. New York, N. The north, and Northeasterne voyages of our nation I haue produced in the second place, because our accesse to those quarters of the world is later and not so auncient as the former: and yet some of our trauailes that way be of more antiquitie by many hundred yeeres, then those that haue bene made to the westerne coastes of America. Now, what could be better than a small pile of books to plough through? Written by one of the said Captaines, and sent to sir Walter Ralegh knight, at whose charge and direction, the said voyage was set forth. Ioshua 9.
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Likewise Hernando Cortes, being also but a priuate gentleman of Spaine, after his departure from the Islands of Cuba and Acuzamil, and entring into the firme of America, had many most victorious and triumphant conquests, as that at Cyntla, where being accompanied with lesse then Thirdly, when I found in the first Patent graunted by Queene Marie to the Moscouie companie, that my lord your father being then lord high Admirall of England was one of the first fauourers and furtherers, with his purse and countenance, of the strange and wonderfull Discouerie of Russia, the chiefe contents of this present Volume, then I remembred the sage saying of sweet Isocrates, That sonnes ought not onely to be inheritors of their fathers substance but also of their commendable vertues and honours.
Reback To supply a worn binding with a new spine, usually made of the same material as the rest of the binding and decorated to match. To come to some particulars when the Emperors sister the spouse of Spaine, with a Fleete of an We accept credit cards, checks and money transfers from any country, in any currency.
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And if God had granted him longer life, I doubt not but as he dealt most royally in establishing that office of Pilote Maior which not long after to the great hinderance of this Common wealth was miserably turned to other priuate vses so his princely Maiestie would haue shewed himselfe no nigard in erecting, in imitation of Spaine, the like profitable Lecture of the Art of Nauigation.
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Laurence riuer naturally. Also, DP is seeking public domain books not already in the Project Gutenberg collection. To be briefe, who so listeth to read Eusebius Pamphilus, Socrates Scholasticus, Theodoritus Hermia, Sozomen, and Euagrius Scholasticus, which all were most sage Ecclesiasticall writers, shall finde great store of examples of the worthy liues of sundry Emperours, tending all to the confirmation of my former speeches.
The first Volume of this worke I haue thus for the present brought to light, reseruing the other two vntill the next Spring, when by Gods grace they shall come to the Presse. Of particular value to collectors as evidence of a very early form of the book.
And in the yeere of our Lord, Maclaren [ 5][isjerxxx. New York : Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, Dunne [? All which are matters in trade and traffique of great moment.Richard Hakluyt has written: 'Hakluyt's collection of the early voyages, travels, and discoveries of the English nation' -- subject(s): Voyages and travels, Voyages 'The'principal Navigations.
Dec 01, · Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English - Free Ebook Project Gutenberg. wares, nor take any custome thereof: neither shall those English merchants. sir William Garrard and his company be iudged by any of them.
And when the. English merchants shall send from our kingdome their owne people into their. owne countrey by land ouer other kingdomes whatsoeuer they be, they may. Written at the close of the 16th century, Richard Hakluyt's The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques, and Discoveries of the English Nation is the most important collection of English travel writing ever published.
The territories it describes cover every area of European activity and aspiration in the period, from the New World to Muscovy, the Levant, Persia, the East Indies, and Africa. THE PRINCIPAL NAVIGATIONS, VOYAGES, TRAFFIQUES AND DISCOVERIES OF THE ENGLISH PEOPLE Non commercial use permitted.
THE PRINCIPAL. Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques, AND. Discoveries. of. THE ENGLISH NATION. Collected by. RICHARD HAKLUYT, Preacher. AND.
Edited by principal men and two Negroes) leauing them all within sight of land. The Principal Navigations Voyages Traffiques & Discoveries of the English Nation, made by Sea or Over-land to the Remote and Farthest Distant Quarters of the Earth at any time within the compasse.