America Discovery And Exploration Biography Ealry Works To 1800 : The English hero: or, Sir Fran. Drake reviv'd. : Being a full account of the dangerous voyages, admirable adventures, notable discoveries, and magnanimous atchievements of that valiant and renowned commander. I. His voyage in 1572 to Nombre de Dios in the West Indies, where they saw a pile of bars of silver near seventy foot long, ten foot broad, and twelve foot high. II. His incompassing the whole world in 1577. which he perform'd in two years and ten months, gaining a vast quantity of gold and silver. III. His voyage into America in 1585 and taking the towns of St. Jago, St. Domingo, Carthagena and St. Augustine. Also his worthy actions, when Vice Admiral of England in the Spanish invasion, 1588. IV. His last voyage into those countries in 1595 with the manner of his death and burial. Recommended to the imitation of all heroick spirits. Inlarged, reduced into chapters with contents, and beautified with pictures / by R.B.; R. B.,
America Discovery And Exploration Dutch Exhibitions : The Dutch in the Americas, 1600-1800 : a narrative history with the catalogue of an exhibition of rare prints, maps, and illustrated books from the John Carter Brown Library / by Wim Klooster.; Klooster, Wim.
America Discovery And Exploration English Maps Early Works To 1800 : The famouse West Indian voyadge made by the Englishe fleete of 23 shippes and barkes : wherin weare gotten the townes of St· Iago: :Sto: Domingo, Cartagena and :St: Augustines the same beinge begon from Plimmouth in the moneth of September 1585 and ended at Portesmouth in Iulie 1586 the whole course of the saide viadge beinge plainlie described by the pricked line Newlie come forth by Baptista B; Boazio, Baptista.
America Discovery And Exploration Irish Legends : The voyage of Saint Brendan : representative versions of the legend in English translation with indexes of themes and motifs from the stories / under the general editorship of W.R.J. Barron and Glyn S. Burgess.
America Discovery And Exploration Maps Early Works To 1800 : An historical & geographical description of the great country & river of the Amazones in America. : Drawn out of divers authors, and reduced into a better forme; with a mapp of the river, and of its provinces, being that place which Sr Walter Rawleigh intended to conquer and plant, when he made his voyage to Guiana. / Written in French by the Count of Pagan, and dedicated to Cardinall Mazarine, in order to a conquest by the Cardinals motion to be undertaken. And now translated into English by William Hamilton, and humbly offered to his Majesty, as worthy his consideration.; Pagan, Blaise François de,
America Discovery And Exploration Norse Congresses : Vikings in the West : papers presented at a symposium / sponsored by the Archaeological Institute of America, Chicago Society and the Museum of Science and Industry of Chicago at the Museum of Science and Industry on April 3, 1982 ; edited by Eleanor Guralnick.