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The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques, and Discoveries of by Richard Hakluyt

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counsell at wars, it was resolued that as well my offer and opinion, as
euerie mans els amongst vs, should be kept vnder his hand, for our
particuler discharges, and I be barred of staieing, except my L. Admirall
would assent to leaue some 8. or 10. of the Marchaunts ships besides 2. of
the Queenes: which he refused to doe: and soe our dessigne brake of.

The last omission maie seeme to be in this, that since all our seruice
consisted in taking or distroyinge the Spanish shipping and sea prouisions,
that we did not looke into all his chiefe ports, and do him in that kind as
much hurt as we might haue done. To which I aunswere, that first my end in
going to Cales was not onlie because it was a principall port and the
likeliest to be held by vs, by cause of the seat and naturall strength of
it; but also for that it was the farthest good porte south-ward; so as
beginning with it we might, if some greater seruice did not diuert vs, goe
to all the good ports betwixt that and the northmost ports of Biskaie:
which was a better waie then to haue begonne or giuen the enemie an alarum
in the middest of his Countrie, or the neerest ports to vs; for so our
attempts would haue ben more difficile, and our retreats at last from those
farthest ports less safe; considering the wants, infections, and other
inconveniences that for the most parte doe accompanie the retraicts of our
fleet and armies in long iourneies. But after we had ended at Cales, it was
by all our seamen thought a capitall offence to name the goeing ouer the
Barre at St. Lucars. Betwixt St Lucars and Lisbone there is no good porte.
From Lisbone I was barred by name, if it had bene free for vs to haue gone.
Yet our seamen are made of the same stuffe, Sr. Francis D: and his companie
was, when theie lost the occasion of his taking Lisbone, for feare of
passing by the castle of St. Iulian's. From Lisbone to the Groine there is
no port to hold the Kings or anie other great shipping. To the Groin with
cart-ropes I drew them: for both I vowed and protested against their
refusall, and parted companie with them when they offered to hold another
course. But when we came to the mouth of the harbor, and sent in some of
our small vessells, we saw there was nothing there, nor yet at Furroll; for
into that port also we made our discouveries to looke.

After which discouverie we held our last counsell. And then I vrged our
goeing to St. Audica, the passage St. Sebastian, and all other good ports
all along the coast. But mine associat did altogether refuse to goe farther
alonge the coaste, complaininge of wants, and obiecting our being embayed,
and I know not what. In which opinion Sir Walter Rawlighe strengthened him;
and theie were both desirous to take vpon them the honnor of breaking that
dessigne. And of landing at the Groyne, or attempting the towne, theie
would not heare by anie meanes. And presentlie euery man cried to set saile
homewards. Since which time theie haue made such haste, as I, tarieing
behind to bring along with me the St. Andrew taken at Cales and the flie
boate that carries our artillarie haue lost them all, sauing Monsieur
Oauerworme and his squadron, and some few small shipps.

[These "Omissions" were not included in the early editions, but appeared in
Woodfall's edition of 1812].

INDICES.

Where the same Document a given in Latin and English, the reference is
to the English Version.

N.B. The large print indicates that the _whole_ section refers to the
subject mentioned.

INDEX TO VOL. VIII.

ACHIM, (Sultan of Egypt).
ACRE.
AIGUES MORTES.
AILWIN, founds Ramsey Abbey.
ALBEMARLE (John, Earl of).
ALCAYR. See _Cairo_.
ALFRED, (King), sends Sighelmus to India.
ALURED, (Bishop of Worcester). HIS VOYAGE TO JERUSALEM.
AMAZONS.
AMBASSADORS SENT TO CONSTANTINOPLE BY EDWARD THE CONFESSOR.
ARABIA.
ARUNDEL (Earl of), HIS VOYAGE.
ASSUR.
ATHELARD. HIS TRAUAILES.

BABYLON.
BALDWIN (Archbishop of Canterbury), HIS LIFE AND TRAUAILES.
BALDWIN (of Bouillon).
BALDWIN (King of Jerusalem), defeats Saracens.
BALE, quoted,
--HIS LIFE OF MANDEVILLE.
BANGOR COLLEGE, Pelagius its head.
BASSET (William).
BATH (Abbey of).
BAUGIE (F. de).
BEAUCHAMP, family.
BEDA, quoted.
BETHLEHEM.
BOHUN (Henry), his death.
BRENSE (Peter de).
BRUNO, murdered by Sweyn.

CAELIUS (Mount).
CAESARIA.
CAIRO.
CANUTE.
CAYPHAS (city).
CELESTINE.
CHANTENAY (P. de).
CHAPMAN, quoted.
CHESTER.
CHESTER (Earl of). HIS VOYAGE.
CHRONICON HIEROSOLYMITANUM, quoted.
CLERMONT.
CONRAD, Emperor of Germany.
CONSTANTINOPLE.
CROYLAND (Abbey).
CRUSADE, preached by Urban.
CURSON, (Robert). HIS TRAUAILES.
CYPRUS.

DAMIETTA, (Siege of).
DES ROCHES, (Pierre). HIS VOYAGE TO JERUSALEM.
DEWIN, (P. de).
DEWIN, (W. de).

EARTH, its form.
EDGAR (Prince). HIS VOYAGE TO JERUSALEM.
EDMUND (Prince).
EDWARD (The Confessor). SENDS AMBASSADORS TO CONSTANTINOPLE.
EDWARD I. HIS VOYAGE INTO ASIA.
EGYPT.
EPHESUS (Seven Sleepers of).

FONTENELLE (Abbey).
FORTIS (W.).
FURNIVALL (Gerard).
FURNIVALL (Thomas).
FURNIVALL (William).

GENNADIUS, quoted.
GIRALDUS CAMBRENSIS, quoted.
GLOUCESTER Cathedral founded.
GODERICUS; HIS ADVENTURES IN HOLY LAND.
GODFREY (de Bouillon).
GODWIN (Earl).
GREEK ALPHABET.
GUIMUNDE, Patriarch of Jerusalem.
GUTUERE, HER VOYAGE TO JERUSALEM.

HADERWERCK (of Westphalia).
HARDINE. HIS ADVENTURES IN HOLY LAND.
HAROLD (King).
HEBREW ALPHABET.
HENRY II. ASSIGNS MONEY TO THE CRUSADES.
HERMANNUS, companion of Robertus Kettenensis.
HOLINSHED, quoted.
HOLY LAND, _passim_.
HONORIUS, quoted,
--pope.
HOVEDEN (Roger), quoted.
HUGH of Tabaria, Patriarch,
--Killed.
HUNGARY.

ICONIUM,
--Battle of.
INGULPHUS'S Journey to Jerusalem,
--quoted,
--notice of.

JAVA, Mandeville's account of.
JERUSALEM. SWEYN'S JOURNEY to,
--ALURED'S JOURNEY,
--JOURNEY OF INGULPHUS,
--JOURNEY OF ROBERT CURTHOSE,
--VOYAGE OF GUTUERE,
--VOYAGE OF PRINCE EDGAR,
--VOYAGE OF JOHN LACY,
--W. MANDEVILLE'S VOYAGE,
--VOYAGE OF PIERRE DES ROCHES,
--described by Mandeville.

JOHN (King). HIS CONTRIBUTION TO THE HOLY LAND.
JOPPA,
--VISITED BY A FLEET OF ENGLISH, DANES, ETC.
JULIAN (the Apostate).

LACY (John). HIS VOYAGE TO JERUSALEM.
LEDET (W.).
LELAND, quoted.
LIEGE.
LOUIS (King of France).
LUCY (Geoffrey de).
LYNN.

MAHOMET.
MALLOW, (P. De).
MANDEVILLE, (Sir J). HIS LIFE BY BALE,
--HIS EPITAPH,
--CONTENTS OF HIS BOOK,
--HIS VOYAGES IN LATIN BEGIN,
--IN ENGLISH,
--Prologue,
--From England to Constantinople,
--Of the cross and crown of Jesu Christ,
--Of the city of Constantinople and the faith of the Greeks,
--From Constantinople to Jerusalem,
--Of St John the Evangelist,
--Legend of the daughter of Hippocrates,
--Of the Soudans and the tower of Babiloyn,
--Of the desert between the church of St Catherine and Jerusalem,
--Of the dry tree,
--How roses came first in the world,
--Of the pilgrimages in Jerusalem and of the holy places thereabout,
--Of the temple of our Lord, Of the crueltie of King Heroud,
--Of Mount Syon,
--Of Probatica Piscina,
--Of Natatorium Siloe,
--Of the Dead Sea,
--Of Jordan,
--Of the Head of St. John the Baptist,
--Of the Samaritans,
--Of Galilee,
--Of Antichrist,
--Of Nazareth,
--Of the age of our Lady,
--Of the day of Doom,
--Of the Jacobites,
--Of the Surryenes,
--Of the Georgians,
--Of Damascus,
--Of three ways to Jerusalem,
--Of the Saracens,
--Of Mahomet,
--Of Albany and Lybia,
--Of the Wisshinges for Wacchinge of the Sperhauk,
--Of Noah,
--Of the land of Job,
--Of the Chaldeans,
--Of Amazons,
--Of the true diamond,
--Of Indian islands,
--Of idols,
--Of pepper,
--Of a marvellous well,
--Of St Thomas,
--Of the citie Of Calamye,
--Of the isle of Lamary,
--Of the form of the Earth,
--Of Java,
--Of Oracles,
--Some wonderful nations,
--Of the Great Khan of Cathay.
MANDEVILLE, (William), Earl of Essex. HIS VOYAGE TO JERUSALEM.
MANICHES, Emperor of Constantinople.
MANUEL, Emperor of Constantinople. His LETTER TO HENRY II.
MARASIA.
MARSEILLES.
MATTHEW OF WESTMINSTER, quoted.
MAXIMUS, King of Britain.
MONTFORT, (Simon de).

NAZARETH,
--taken.
NEVEL or NEVILLE (John).

OCTOBONUS.
OLYMPIC games.
OLYMPUS.
ORIEL COLLEGE,(_note_).
OTHO (of Roges).

PAMPELUNA, 30.
PARIS (Matthew), quoted.
PASHED, meaning of word.
PELAGIAN HERESY, hatched.
PELAGIUS, LIFE AND TRAUAILES OF.
PESMES (Gerald).
PETRUS DE RUPIBUS, _see Des Roches_.

RAMA, Siege of.
RAMSEY ABBEY,
--Its foundation.
RICHARD, (Canonicus), HIS TRAUAILES.
RICHARD, (Earl of Cornwall). HIS VOYAGE TO SYRIA.
ROBERT, (Curthose); HIS VOYAGE TO JERUSALEM.
ROBERT (son of Godwin), accompanies Prince Edgar to Jerusalem.
ROBERTUS KETENENSIS. HIS TRAUAILES.

ST. ALBANS.
ST. AUMOND (A. de).
SALISBURY (William Longespee, Earl of), HIS VOYAGE TO SYRIA,
--his death.
SHERBORNE Abbey.
SIGHELMUS (Bishop of Sherborne). A TESTIMONIE OF HIS
MISSION TO INDIA,
--A SECOND TESTIMONY.
STANLAW Abbey, founded.
SWANUS, HIS VOYAGE TO JERUSALEM.
SYRIA.

TABARIA (see TIBERIAS).
TABOR (Mount).
TEMPLARS (Knights).
TIBERIAS.
TILNEY, (Sir Frederick). A NOTE CONCERNING HIM.
TILNEY, (Thomas).
TRAPANI.
TURNEHAM (R.), HIS TRAUAILL.
TYRE.

URBAN (Pope).

VIRGIL (Polydore), quoted.
VOISIE (J.).

WAKE (Hugh).
WALDEN'S epistle to Martin the fifth, quoted.
WALTER (Hubert). HIS TRAUAILES.
WHITEMAN, (Andrew). HIS TRAUAILES.
WILLIAM OF MALMESBURY, quoted.
WILLIAM OF NEWBURY, quoted.
WILLIAM OF TYRE, quoted,
--HIS LIFE AND TRAUAILES.
WINCHESTER, (Earl of). HIS VOYAGE.
WITRAZH, (Bernard).
WOLSTAN, Abbot of Gloucester.

VOL. IX.

ADAM'S MOUNT.
ALDERSEY, (Laurence). HIS VOYAGE TO JERUSALEM.
ALDRIDGE, (M.).
ALEXANDRIA.
ASCENSION, (Ship).
ASSASSINS, (nation).
AUGUSTA, (island).
AZARON.

BABEL, (Tower of).
BABYLON,
--coins and measures.
BARNACLES, growing on trees.
BARNARD CASTLE.
BARRETT (W). HIS ACCOUNT OF THE MONEY AND MEASURES
OF THE EAST.
BARTON, (E.). HIS VOYAGE TO SYRIA.
BASAN.
BASSORA,
--coins and measures.
BECK (Anthony). MADE PATRIARCH OF JERUSALEM.
BETHLEHEM.
BEZENEGAR.
BIR.
BODIN OR DADIN, (island).
BOLINGBROKE, (Henry, Earl of). His quarrel with Thomas
Mowbray.
BROADBANK, (W.).
BUSHELL, (E.).

CADIZ.
CAESAR, (F.), quoted.
CAIDO.
CAIRO.
CAKAM.
CALVARY.
CAMBAIA.
CAMBALETH.
CAMPA.
CANDIA.
CARMEL. (mount).
CASSAN or CASSIBIN.
CASTLER, (N.).
CATZA.
CEPHALONIA, (island).
CEUSKALA.
CEYLON.
CHALDEANS. Their manners.
CHARGES FROM ALEPPO TO GOA.
CHATAGAN.
CHAUL.
CHILENSO.
CHIO.
CICERO. His tomb.
CLEMENT V., Pope.
CLOVES.
COCHIN
--Coins and measures.
COINS
--ancient.
COMUM.
CORFU.
CORNARI FAMILY.
CREMATION of dead.
CROCODILES
CUSTOMS, (strange).
CYPRUS
--ruins in.

DAMAN.
DIAMONDS.
DIU.

ELIZABETH (Queen), a present from the Sultan of Turkey's wife.
ELTHAM.

FAMAGUSTA.
FEASTS of the Tartars.
FILA CAVENNA (ship).
FILLIE (D.).

FISH, an abundance of
--Caught by birds.
FOSTER (R.), appointed Consul in Syria
--Letter of directions to.
FREDERICK (Caesar), HIS VOYAGE TO THE EAST.
FROISSART, quoted.
FUCO.

GANGES (river).
GELBER, (A.), death of.
GESTE.
GINGER.
GIRALDUS CAMBRENSIS, quoted.
GOA
--Besieged
--Coins and measures.
GREECE (Patriarch of).
GRIDA.

HAKLUYT'S NOTE TO MANDEVILLE'S VOYAGE.
HAREBORNE, (W.).
HENRY IV. HIS INTENDED VOYAGE TO THE HOLY LAND.
HEWISH (R.).
HICKOCKE (T.), HIS TRANSLATION OF FREDERICK'S VOYAGE.
HOLLINSHED, quoted.
HUNTINGTON (Earl of), HIS VOYAGE TO JERUSALEM.

IANZU.
IDOL (a strange).
INDIA (Upper).
INNS.

JAVA.
JENISE, (M.).
JERUSALEM
--JOHN LOCKE'S VOYAGE
--L. Aldersey's voyage.
JOPPA.

KARAMORON river.
KEELE (J.).

LELAND, quoted.
LEZINA (island).
LINDSEY.
LISSA (island).
LOCKE, (J.), HIS VOYAGE TO JERUSALEM
--Testimonial to him from the vicar of Mount Syon.

MAHOMET, his dress.
MALABAR.
MALACCA
--Coins and measures.
MALIAPOR.
MANCY (province).
MANDEVILLE, HIS VOYAGE CONTINUED
--Of the Tartars
--Of the Emperor of Persia
--Of various countries
--Of Prester John
--Of the Valley Perilous
--Some curious nations
--Of the Isle of
Bragman
--of King Alexander
--Of the name of Prester John
--Of Pissemyres
--Of the rivers of Paradise
--Of various islands
--Conclusion
--Hakluyt's note on Mandeville's voyage
--Passage of Pliny illustrating above.
MANNA.
MARTAVAN.
MATAPAN (cape).
MATTHEW GONSON (ship).
MECCA, A DESCRIPTION OF THE PILGRIMAGE TO
--Described.
MEDINA.
MELEDA (island).
MELISTORTE.
MERCHANDISE, WHENCE VARIOUS KINDS ARE PROCURED.
MONSOON.
MOUMORAN (island).
MURAD KHAN, Emperour of Turkey.

NEGAPATAN.
NESTORIANS.
NORFOLK (Thomas Mowbray, duke of). HIS VOYAGE TO JERUSALEM.
NUTMEGS.

ODORICUS. HIS JOURNEY AMONG THE TARTARS.
--His journey from Pera to Thana
--To further India
--His return
--His death.
OLD MAN of the Mountains
--His death.
OPIUM.
ORISA.
ORMUS
--coins and measures.
OSBORNE, (E.).

PALM TREES.
PEARL FISHERIES.
PEGU.
PELAGOSA (island).
PELICANS.
PEPPER, how grown.
PERA.
PIGMIES.
PLINY, quoted.
POLUMBRUM.

QUINZAI.

RAGUSA, tributary of Turkey.
RAMUSIUS, quoted.
RAYNOLDS (ship).
ROSETTO.
ROVIGNIO.
RUBIES.
RUBRICIS, (W de), quoted.

SAILS made of reeds.
ST. THOMAS
--His tomb.
SALARIES OF OFFICERS OF GRAND SIGNOR'S COURT.
SATAGAN.
SIAM.
SOBISSACLAO.
STAPER, (R.).
SULTANIA.
SUMACOTO.
SUMATRA.
SYLAN (island). See _Ceylon_.

TATHALAMASIN (island).
TAURIS.
THALAY, a river.
THANA.
THIBET.
TORTOISES.
TREBIZONDE.
TREES, (curious).
TRIPOLIS.
TURKS, number of soldiers sent against Emperor.
TYPHOON.

VENICE.
VIRGILE, (P.) quoted.

WALSINGHAM (T.) quoted.
WILKINSON (T.).
WINCHESTER (Bishop of). HIS VOYAGE TO JERUSALEM.
WRAG (Richard). HIS LETTER TO ROWLAND HEWISH.

ZAITON.
ZANTE.

INDEX TO VOL. X.

ABILFADA ISMAEL, quoted.
AGRA.
ALDWORTH, (R).
ALEPPO, ENTERED BY SOLIMAN,
--Mentioned.
AMURATH I.
AMURATH II.
ANDERSON, (H.).
ANSELL, (E.).
ANTOGIL (Bay of).
ARCULFUS.
ARTILLERY, of Mahomet II.
ASHLEY, (R.).
ASPLEY, (W.), Bookseller.

BABEL (Tower of).
BABYLON.
BAJAZET I.
BALSARA.
BALY (island).
BANNING, (A.).
BANNING, (P.).
BANTAM
--described.
BARNE, (George).
BARNES, (P.).
BARRETT, (W.).
BATE, (R.).
BEAUVAIS, (V. de).
BELLAPORE.
BELLERGAN.
BIRRA.
BISAPORE.
BLUNT, (J.).
BOND, (G.).
BONDE, (M.).
BORROUGH, (W.).
BOSTOCK, (T.).
BRAHMINS.
BROOKE, (R.).
BURSE.

CAMBAIETTA.
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.
CARPINI, (J. de P.).
CAVIARE.
CEYLON.
CHAUL.
CHINA (King of).
CLARKE, (R.).
CLAUDIAN, quoted.
COMMENUS, family.
COMORIN, (cape).
CONSTANTINOPLE.
CORDALL, (T.).
COUCHE, (? Quichew).
COWLTHIRST, (H.).
COXE, (R.).
CREMATION, of dead.
CUSTOMS, (curious).

DALKINS (T.).
DANSEY (A.).
DARSALL (R.).
DIU.
DOFFIE (C.).
DORRINGTON (F.).
DOWE (R.).
DRAKE (Sir Francis).
DUCANGE quoted.

EBONY.
ELDRED (John),
--HIS VOYAGE TO TRIPOLIS
ELEPHANTS.
ELIZABETH (Queen), HER LETTER TO ZELABDIN ECHEBAR
--TO THE KING OF CHINA
--HER SECOND CHARTER TO THE LEVANT COMPANY.
EMANTUEL (ship).
EUPHRATES (river).

FAITH (C.).
FARRINGTON (T.).
FATEPOR.
FELUGIA.
FITCH (Ralph), mentioned
--A LETTER TO LEONARD POORE
--HIS VOYAGE TO THE EAST
--Imprisoned.
FLORIDA.
FONES (A.).
FONSECA (V.), Archbishop of Goa.

GALVANO (A.), quoted.
GANGES.
GARROWAY (T.).
GARROWAY (W.).
GERMAIN (J.), biographical notice.
GIBBON, quoted.
GOA.
GOLCONDA or GULCONDA.
GRIMES (P.).
GUILLAME (P.).

HAKLUYT (R.)
HAREBORNE (W.)
HARTE (J.)
HAWKINS (Sir John)
HETTON
HEWET (H.)
HOLMEDEN (E.)
HUIGHEN (J.)
--HIS ACCOUNT OF NEWBURY AND FITCH

INDIES, A VOYAGE OF CERTAIN SHIPS OF HOLLAND

JACKSON (A.)
JANISSARIES
JAPAN
JAVA, currency of
--THE VOYAGE TO JAVA OF A DUTCH FLEET
JEAN SANS PEUR
JENKINSON (A.), HIS ACCOUNT OF SOLIMAN'S ENTRY INTO
ALEPPO
--HIS SAFE CONDUCT FROM SOLIMAN
JERUSALEM, VOYAGE OF LA BROCQUIERE
JOHN PALAEOLOGUS (Emperor)
JONES (P.)

LA BROCQUIERE, (B. de). HIS VOYAGE TO JERUSALEM
--Discours preliminaire
--Seconde partie
--Quitte la Bourgogne
--Arrive a Turin
--Bologne
--Florence
--Rome
--Venise
--Corfou
--Modon
--Jaffa
--Jerusalem
--Bethlehem
--Vallee d'Hebron
--Retourne a Gaza,
--Visite Nazareth
--Sur
--Bayreuth
--Damas
--Retourne a Nazareth
--Visite Balbec
--Antioch
--Adene
--Therse
--Larande
--Cohonge
--Burse
--Pera
--Constantinople
--Arrive a Andrianople
--Lessere
--Belgrade
--Son opinion des Turcs et de la maniere de les attaquer
--Arrive a Pest
--rencontre Albert II, Duc d'Autriche
--Arrive a Vienne
--Constance
--Bale
--Arrive a Dijon
LAHORE
LANGHENEZ (B.) his account of the Dutch voyage to India
LAURENCE (S.)
LAURENCE (P.)
LEATE (N.)
LEECH (W.). See _Leeds_
LEEDS (W)
LEGRAND D'AUSSY, his translation of La Brocquiere
LETHLANDE, (E.)
LEVANT COMPANY, their second charter
LINCHOTEN (J. Huighen van). See _Huighen_.

MAHOMET
MALACCA
MANDEVILLE (Sir J.)
MARRIAGES (strange)
MARTAVAN
MARTIN V. (Pope)
MARTIN (R.)
MARTIN (R. jun.)
MASSAM (W.)
MASULIPATAN
MAURITIUS
MAY (R.)
MEXICO
MIDDLETON (T.)
MOGUL, (the great)
MOLUCCAS
MOSLEY, (N.)

NEWBURY (John). HIS LETTER TO RICHARD HAKLUYT
--A LETTER TO LEONARD POORE
--ANOTHER LETTER TO THE SAME
--A LETTER TO JOHN ELDRED AND WILLIAM SHALS
--A SECOND LETTER TO THE SAME
--A THIRD LETTER TO LEONARD POORE
--His imprisonment
NEWTON (J.)
NORDEN (T.)

OFFLEY (R.), 69.
ORMUS
OSBORNE, (Sir E.)
--First Governor of Levant Company

PARVIS (H.)
PATANAW or PATNA
PEARDE (N.)
PEGU
PEPPER
PERA
PERU
PHILLIP (W.) HIS TRANSLATION OF THE DUTCH VOYAGE TO INDIA
PITCH issues from Earth
POORE (Leonard)
PORTER (E.)
PORTER (G.)
POWER (L.) See _Poore_.

RATCLIFFE (A.)
RAYNOLDS or REINOLDS (ship)
RUBRUQUIS (W. de)
RUTILIUS quoted

SADLER (E.)
SADLER (R.)
ST. HELENA (island)
ST. LAURENCE (island)
SALTER (G.)
SALTONSTALL (R.)
SANDIE (R.)
SCANDERBERG
SCUDAMORE (Sir J.) Dedication to
SERREPORE
SERVIDORE
SHALS (W.)
SIAM
SIGISMUND (Emperor)
SIMONS (T.)
SOFIA
SOLIMAN. HIS ENTRY INTO ALEPPO
--HIS SAFE CONDUCT TO ANTHONY JENKINSON
SOME (S.)
SPENCER (J.)
STAPER (J.)
STAPER, (R.)
STEVENS, (T.) Biographical notice
STILE, (N.)
STILE, (O.)
STILICHO
STORY, (J.)
STROPENE, (M.)
SUMATRA

TARTARS
TRIPOLIS (Syria)
TYGER (ship)

VIRGINIA

WARNER (W.)
WATTES (J.)
WILKES, (W.)
WOLFE (J.), Printer

ZELABDIN ECHEBAR

INDEX TO VOL. XI.

ADAMS (R.)
AFRICA, DESCRIBED BY R. EDEN
--nations of
ALDAIE (J.) HIS ACCOUNT OF THE FIRST VOYAGE to MOROCCO
ALDERSEY (L.) HIS SECOND VOYAGE TO EGYPT
--mentioned
ALDRIDGE (W.)
ALEXANDRIA
ALGIERS
AMITY, (ship)
ANGOLA
ASHBIE (F.)
ASHLEY (R.)
ASSAN AGA, A LETTER TO
AUSTINE (P.)
AZORES

BAKER (R.)
BARBARY, SECOND VOYAGE TO
--CHARTER TOR TRADE TO
BARNE (Sir G.)
BARTHOLOMEW (ship)
BARTON (E.)
BARTON (R.)
BEARE (J.)
BEAUFORT (John de)
BENCE (E.)
BENDS (W.). His account of the loss of the Edward Cotton
BENIN, WELSH'S VOYAGE TO
--NEWTON AND BIRD'S VOYAGE TO
--THEIR SECOND VOYAGE
BERRIN (J.)
BIRD (J.) HIS VOYAGE TO BENIN
--HIS SECOND VOYAGE
BLANCO (cape)
BLONKET (M.)
BRISTOL
BRITON (ship)
BURGES (R.)
BURROUGH (Sir J.) HIS SERVICES AT SEA
BUTLER (Sir J.)
BUTTOLFE (ship)

CABOT (S.)
CAIRO
CALAIS VOYAGE, OMISSIONS OF
CAMDEN
CANARIES (islands)
CANDIA
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE
CARNABY (R.)
CARTER (W.)
CARTHAGE
CASTELIN (E.)
CASTLE OF COMFORT (ship).
CAVENDISH.
CENTURION (ship).
CEPHALONIA.
CHALONER (Sir Th.), HIS VOYAGE TO ALGER.
CHANCELLOR (R.).
CHARLES V.
CHEESMAN (W.).
CHESTER (Sir W.).
CHIAN.
CHINA, ACCOUNT OF, FROM PORTUGUESE PRISONERS
--described.
CHRISTOPHER (ship).
COCKE (W).
CORDALL (T.).
COREA (cape).
CORRIENTES (cape).
COTTON (E.).
COWEL (W.).
CRAWFORD (R.).
CREMATION.
CRETTON (W.).
CROMPTON (W.).
CYPRUS.

DALLIMORE (O.).
DARTMOUTH.
DASSEL (T.), HIS VOYAGE TO GUINEA.
DAVIES (N.).
DAVIS (M.).
DAVISON (R.).
DAWED, meaning of.
DEIMOND (R.).
DEWLY (W.).
DICKENSON (M.).
DIER (A.),
--hanged.
DODDINGTON (J.).
DOVER, 84.
DOWNTON (N.), HIS ACCOUNT OF THE SINKING OF LAS CINQUE LLAGAS.
DRAGONS.
DRAKE (Sir F.).

EDEN (R.) HIS DESCRIPTION OF AFRICA.
EDWARD IV.
EDWARD BONAVENTURE (ship).
EDWARD COTTON (ship).
EGYPT.
ELEPHANTS.
ELIZABETH (Queen), HER LETTERS FOR THE RELEASE OF THE JESUS
--HER CHARTER FOR TRADE TO BARBARY
--HER LETTER TO THE EMPEROR OF MOROCCO
--HER PATENT TO EXETER MERCHANTS FOR A TRADE TO GUINEA
--HER PATENT TO T. GREGORY
--HER LETTER TO THE EMPEROR OF AETHIOPIA.
ELIZABETH (ship).
ELIZABETH STOKES (ship).
ELVERS (A.).
EPITAPH OF P. READ.
ETHIOPIA, Emperor of.
EVESHAM (J.), HIS VOYAGE INTO EGYPT.
EXETER.

FABIAN (W.).
FALMOUTH.
FENNER (G.), HIS VOYAGE TO GUINEA.
FERRO, (island).
FILLIE (D.).
FORSTER (T.).
FOSTER, (J.).
FOX (J.), HIS ENTERPRISE IN DELIVERING 266 CHRISTIANS
--HIS CERTIFICATE FROM THE PRIOR OF GALIPOLI
--THE BISHOP OF ROME'S LETTERS IN HIS BEHALF
--THE KING OF SPAIN'S LETTERS IN HIS FAVOR.
FRANKE (J.).
FREIGIUS (J.T.), HIS ACCOUNT OF STUKELEY'S VOYAGE TO BARBARY.
FROBISHER (Sir M.).
FROES (A.), Letter of.
FROISSART, quoted.
FUQUIEN.

GAGO.
GAINSH (R.).
GALIPOLI (Candia).
GARAMANTES have their women in common.
GENOA, chronicles of, quoted.
GEORGE (ship).
GEORGE BONAVENTURE (ship).
GERARD (Sir W.).
GERBI (island).
GIBBEN (R.).
GIBRALTAR (straits of).
GIFFORD (G.).
GILMAN (J.).
GOA.
GOLDEN NOBLE, (ship).
GOMERA (island).
GONSON (B.).
GRAND CANARY.
GRAVESEND.
GREEN DRAGON (ship).
GREGORY (T.), HIS PATENT.
GRENVILLE (Capt.).
GRIFFITH (W.).
GRIMES (Master).
GROLOS (T.), Bishop of Astraphen.
GROVE (Master).
GUINEA.

HAKLUYT (R.), HIS ACCOUNT OF A VOYAGE TO THE EAST INDIES.
HAMOR (W.).
HARCOURT (Sir J.).
HAREBORNE (W.),
--A LETTER TO THE SULTAN OF TRIPOLIS
--HIS LETTER TO HARVIE MILLERS
--A LETTER TO, FROM ALGIERS
--A LETTER TO MUSTAPHA
--A LETTER TO EDWARD BARTON
--Obtains a commandment from the Grand Signor
--A LETTER TO T. TYPTON
--A LETTER TO ASSAN AGA.
HARISON (A.).
HART (ship).
HARWICH.
HASLEWOOD (R.)
HASLEWOOD (S.).
HASSAN BASSA.
HAWKINS (Sir J.).
HAWKWOOD, HIS VICTORIES IN ITALY.
HELLIER (A.).
HENRY IV. HIS VOYAGE TO TUNIS.
HENRY VIII.
HERCULES (ship).
HERMAN (J.).
HEXASI.
HICKMAN (A.).
HIND (ship).
HOGAN (E.), HIS EMBASSY TO MOROCCO.
HOLINSHED, quoted.
HOOPER (J.).
HOWARD (Lord T.).
HOWEL (H.).
HUDDIE (W.).

ISHAM (H.).

JAMES (Leonard).
JANISSARIES.
JAPAN, PORTUGUESE ACCOUNT OF.
JESUS (ship).
JONES (P.).
JOHN II. OF PORTUGAL,
--HIS EMBASSY TO EDWARD IV.
JOHN BAPTIST (ship).
JOHN EVANGELIST (ship).
JUDDE (Sir A.).
JUDITH (ship).

KERRY (J.).
KING (W.).
KNEVET (Sir H.).
KNOLLES (H.).

LAMBERT (F.).
LAMBERT (N.).
LANCASTER (J.), HIS VOYAGE TO THE EAST INDIES.
LANDMAN (D.).
LAS BARBAS, (cape).
LEICESTER (Earl of).
LION (ship).
LISNEY (T.).
LISTER (C.).
LOCK (G.), HIS VOYAGE TO GUINEA
--ARTICLES DELIVERED TO.
LOCK, (M.).
LOCK (T.).
LODGE (T.).
LONG (N.).
LUIZ (Don), HIS LETTER TO PINTEADO.

MACAO.
MADEIRA.
MAFFEIUS (P.), quoted.
MAKEWORTH (J.).
MALACCA.
MALTA.
MALTA, Knights of.
MAUNSELL (R.).
MARCH (P.).
MARCHANT ROYAL (ship).
MARIA MARTIN (ship).
MARTABAN.
MARTIN (Alderman).
MASSE (N.).
MAYFLOWER (ship).
MENSURADO (cape).
MERLIN (ship).
MILLERS (H.).
MILO (island).
MINION (ship).
MOON (ship).
MOONSHINE (ship).
MOORE (R.).
MOORE (W.).
MORE (T.).
MOROCCO, FIRST VOYAGE TO
--Mentioned.
MORRIS (R.).
MOURA (N. de).
MULY HAMET, HIS LETTER TO THE EARL OF LEICESTER.
MURAD KHAN, Sultan of Turkey,
--HIS LETTER TO THE SULTAN OF TRIPOLI FOR THE RESTITUTION OF THE JESUS.

NAPER (G.).
NELSON (J.).
NEWHAVEN.
NEWTON (J.), HIS VOYAGE TO BENIN,
--HIS SECOND VOYAGE.
NICHOLAS (ship).
NIGRITIS. _See Senegal_.
NORWICH.

ODORICUS, quoted.
OMISSIONS OF CALES VOYAGE.
OSBORNE (Sir E.),
--HIS LETTER TO THE KING OF ALGIERS.

PACHIN.
PALMAS (cape).
PALMER (R.).
PALMER (W.).
PALMES (island).
PARKER, (H.).
PATRAS.
PEGU, described.
PENELOPE (ship).
PET (P.).
PETER (ship).
PETERSON (J.).
PETONEY (M.), HIS ACCOUNT OF AFRICAN TRADE.
PHILIP II., King of Spain.
PINTEADO (A.),
--HIS DEATH
--HIS PATENT FROM THE KING OF PORTUGAL
--LETTER FROM DON LUIZ.
PLYMOUTH.
PORTO SANTO (island).
PORTSMOUTH.
PRESTER JOHN.
PRIMROSE (ship).

QUANCHAI.
QUINTE (J.).
QUINZI.

RABNET (ship).
RAGSTER (H.).
RAINOLDS (R.), HIS VOYAGE TO GUINEA.
RAINOLDS (W.).
RALEIGH (Sir W.), HIS ACCOUNT OF BURROUGH'S VICTORIES AT SEA
--mentioned.
RALPH (J.).
RAWLINGS (R.).
RAYMOND (G.).
READ (P), HIS EPITAPH.
RESENDE (Garcia de), quoted.
RIBBE (R.).
RICHARD II.
RICKMAN (R.).
RIO DEL ORO.
RIO DULCE.
RIO GRANDE.
ROBERTS (H.), HIS EMBASSY TO MOROCCO.
ROBINSON (M.).
ROSE (ship).
ROSSETTA.
ROWLIE (F.).
RUSSELL (Sir J.).
RUTTER (W.), HIS VOYAGE TO GUINEA.
RYE.

ST. LUCAR or LUCAS.
ST. SEBASTIAN (island).
ST. THOME (island).
ST. VINCENT (river).
SALOMON (ship).
SANDERS (Thomas), HIS ACCOUNT OF THE VOYAGE OF THE JESUS.
SARAGASSO or SARGASSO (weed).
SCIO (island).
SELMAN (E.).
SENEGAL (river).
SEVILLE.
SHINGLETON (T), HIS PASSPORT FROM THE KING OF ALGIERS.
SIBBLE HERNINGHAM.
SKEGS (R.).
SMITH (H.).
SMITH (J.).
SMITH (N.).
SONNINGS (W.).
SOTHERICK (J.).
SOUSA (B. A. de), HIS ADVERTISEMENT TO PHILIP II.
SPARTEL (cape).
SPORADES (island).
STAFFORD (Marquis of).
STAPER (N.).
STEVENS (T.).
STREET (W.).
STUKELEY (T.), HIS VOYAGE TO BARBARY.
SUMATRA.
SWALLOW (ship).

TAVISTOCK.
TENERIFFE.
THIN (H.).
THOMAS (J.) HIS ACCOUNT OF THE SECOND VOYAGE TO BARBARY.
THOMAS (W.), quoted.
THOMSON (T.).
TIGER (ship).
TINTAM (J.).
TOBIE (ship), CAST AWAY.
TODD (Rev. H. J.).
TOMBUTO.
TOWRSON (W.), HIS FIRST VOYAGE TO GUINEA
--HIS SECOND VOYAGE TO GUINEA
--HIS THIRD VOYAGE TO GUINEA.
TRACIE (J.).
TRINITY (ship).
TRIPOLIS.
TUNIS.
TYPTON (Master).

UNDERWOOD (J.).
UNICORN.
UNICORN (ship).
UNTICARO (P.).

VERDE (cape).
VERDE (islands).
VIRGIL (P.), quoted.
VOIS (T.).

WELSH (J.), HIS VOYAGE TO BENIN
--SECOND VOYAGE.
WHITE (M.).
WHITE (W.).
WHITE (T.), HIS CAPTURE OF TWO SPANISH SHIPS.
WICKNEY (W.).
WIGHT (isle of).
WILKINS (W.).

WILLES. HIS TRANSLATION OF THE PORTUGUESE ACCOUNTS OF CHINA
--OF JAPAN.
WILLIAMS (T.).
WILSON (H.).
WINDHAM (T,),
--His death.
WINTER (J.).
WINTER (W.).
WOODBRIDGE.
WOODFALL, HIS EDITION OF HAKLUYT.
WOODWARD (J.).
WREN (W.), HIS ACCOUNT OF FENNER'S VOYAGE TO GUINEA.
WROTH (Sir T.).

YORKE (Sir J.).
YOUNG (J.).

ZANTE.
ZANZIBAR.

CONTENTS TO VOL. VIII.

I. The Life and trauailes of Pelagius borne in Wales.

II. A Testimonie of the sending of Sighelmus, Bishop of Shirburne, by King
Alphred, vnto Saint Thomas of India in the yeare of our Lord 883,
recorded by William of Malmesburie.

III. A Second testimonie of the foresaid Sighelmus, etc.

IV. The trauailes of Andrew Whiteman, alias Leucander

V. The Voyages of Swanus, the son of Earl Godwin, to Jerusalem, recorded by
William of Malmesburie.

VI. A Voyage of three Ambassadours who in the time of Edward the Confessor,
were sent vnto Constantinople, and from thence to Ephesus, recorded by
William of Malmesburie.

VII. The Voyage of Alured, bishop of Worcester, vnto Jerusalem. Recorded by
Roger Hoveden.

VIII. The Voyage of Ingulphus, Abbat of Croyland, vnto Jerusalem, described
by the said Ingulphus.

IX. Diuers of the hon. family of the Beauchamps, with Robert Curtoys sonne
of William the Conqueror, made a Voyage to Jerusalem, 1096. (From Hol.
pag. 22. vol. 2.)

X. The Voyage of Gutuere toward Jerusalem, 1097.

XI. The Voyage of Prince Edgar vnto Jerusalem, 1102. Recorded by William of
Malmesburie.

XII. Mention made of one Godericus, etc.

XIII. Mention made of one Hardine, etc.

XIV. A fleete of Englishmen, Danes, etc. arriued at Joppa. written in the
Chronicles of Jerusalem.

XV. The trauailes of one Athelard, recorded by Master Bale.

XVI. The life and trauailes of one William of Tyre.

XVII. The trauailes of Robertus Ketenensis.

XVIII. A Voyage of certaine Englishmen vnder the conduct of Lewes King of
France vnto the Holy Land.

XIX. The Voyage of John Lacy to Jerusalem.

XX. The Voyage of William Mandeuile to Jerusalem.

XXI. A great supply of money to the Holy Land by Henry II.

XXII. A letter from Manuel the Emperour of Constantinople vnto Henrie the
second, King of England. Recorded by Roger Houeden.

XXIII. The Life and Trauailes of Balwinus Deuonius, sometime Archbishop of
Canterbury.

XXIV. An annotation concerning the said Baldwine, taken out of Giraldus
Cambrensis.

XXV. A note touching Sir Frederike Tilney.

XXVI. The trauailes of Richard Canonicus.

XXVII. The large contribution to the succour of the Holy Land made by King
John of England. 1201.

XXVIII. The trauailes of Hubert Walter, bishop of Salisburie.

XXIX. The trauailes of Robert Curson.

XXX. The voyage of Ranulph Earle of Chester and others to the Holy Land.
1218.

XXXI. The voyage of Henry Bohun and Saer Quincy to the Holy Land.

XXXII. The trauailes of Ranulph Glanuile, Earle of Chester.

XXXIII. The voyage of Petrus de Rupibus, Bishop of Winchester, to
Jerusalem. 1231.

XXXIV. The voyage of Richard Earle of Cornewall. into Syria.

XXXV. The voyage of William Longespee into Asia. 1248.

XXXVI. The voyage of Prince Edward into Asia. 1170.

XXXVII. The Trauaile of Robert Turneham.

XXXVIII. The Life of Sir John Mandeville, written by Master Bale.

XXXIX. The Tomb and Epitaph of Sir John Mandeville from Ortelius.

XL. Tabula Libri Joannis Mandevil.

XLI. Liber Joannis Mandevil de Turcia, Armenia, AEgypto, Lybia, Syria,
Arabia, Persia, Chaldaea, Tartaria, India, et infinitis insulis
civitatibus et locis.

The English version begins.

CONTENTS TO VOL. IX.

I. Mandeville's voyage continued.

II. Richardi Hakluyti brevis admonitio ad lectorem.

III. Verba C. Plinii secundi.

IV. Plinius de Scythis.

V. Anthony Beck Bishop of Durisme made Patriarch of Hierusalem from Leland.

VI. Itinerarium fratris Odorici.
_Sub-section_
1 His journey from Pera to Thana.
2 Of the maners of the Chaldaeans and of India.
3 How pepper is had and where it groweth.
4 Of a strange idol &c.
5 Of certaine trees yielding meale, hony, and poyson.
6 Of the abundance of fishes, &c.
7 Of the island of Sylan and of the mountain where Adam mourned for
Abel.
8 Of Upper India, &c.
9 Of the city Fuco.
10 Of a monastery where many strange beastes doe live.
11 Of the city of Cambaleth.
12 Of the Glory of the great Can.
13 Of certain innes or hospitals, &c.
14 Of the four feasts which the Great Can solemnizeth.
15 Of divers provinces and cities.
16 Of a certaine rich man who is fed, &c. by fiftie virgins.
17 Of the death of Senex de Monte.
18 Of the honour and reverence done unto the great Can.
19 Of the death of Frier Odoricus.

VII. The voyage of the Lord John of Holland, Earl of Huntington to
Jerusalem. 1394.

VIII. The voyage of Thomas Mowbray, duke of Norfolk to Jerusalem. 1399.

IX. The voyage of the Bishop of Winchester to Jerusalem. 1417.

X. A preparation of a voyage of King Henry IV. to the Holy Land, &c.

XI. The voyage of M. John Locke to Jerusalem.

XII. The first voyage made by M. Laurence Aldersey to Jerusalem, &c. 1581.

XIII. The passport made by the great master of Malta to the Englishmen in
the barque Reynolds, 1582.

XIV. Commission given by M. William Harebourne, to Richard Foster, etc.

XV. A letter of directions to Richard Foster.

XVI. A commandement for Chio.

XVII. A description of the yearly voyage unto Mecca.

XVIII. The voyage of M. Caesar Frederick into East India and beyond.

XIX. The money and measures of Babylon, Balsara, and the Indies, written by
W. Barret.

XX. A note of charges from Aleppo to Goa.

XXI. A declaration of the places from whence sundry goods come.

XXII. The times or monsons wherein ships depart in the East Indies.

XXIII. A briefe extract specifying the daily payments by the grand Signior
to the officers of his court.

XXIV. The Turkes chiefe officers.

XXV. The number of souldiers attending upon the Beglerbegs, &c.

XXVI. The Turkes yeerely revenue.

XXVII. Ambassadors allowances.

XXVIII. Letter from Richard Wrag to Richard Hewish.

XXIX. A description of a voyage to Constantinople and Lyria, by Master
Edward Barton, 1595.

XXX. The number of Turkish souldiours which were appointed to goe into
Hungary against the Christian Emperour, 1594.

CONTENTS TO VOL. X.

I. The manner of the entring of Soliman the great Turke into Aleppo, noted
by Anthony Jenkinson. 1553.

II. A note of the presents that were given to the grand Signior.

III. The safe conduct given by Soliman to Anthony Jenkinson.

IV. Letters concerning the voyage of John Newbury and Ralph Fitch to the
East. 1583.
_Sub-section_
1 A letter from the Queen to Zelabdin Echebar
2 A letter from the Queen to the King of China
3 A letter of John Newbury to Richard Hakluyt
4 A letter from the said J. Newbury to Leonard Poore
5 Another letter from the same to the same
6 A letter from J. Newbury to John Eldred and William Shals
7 A second letter from the same to the same
8 A letter from the same to Leonard Poore
9 A letter from Ralph Fitch to Leonard Poore

V. The voyage of Ralph Fitch to the East. 1583-91.

VI. The report of John Huighen van Linchoten, concerning J. Newbury and R.
Fitch's imprisonment.

VII. The voyage of John Eldred to Tripolis in Syria.

VIII. The second letters patents graunted by the Queenes Maiestie to the
companie of the English marchants for the Levant. 1592.

IX. Voyage d'Outremer et retour de Jerusalem en France par la voie de terre
par Bertrandon de La Brocquiere remis en Francais moderne par Le grand
d'Aussy.

X. A voyage made by certaine ships of Holland into the East Indies. 1595-7.

XI. A true report of the voyage to Java performed by a fleet from Holland.
1598.

XII. A briefe description of a voiage before handled, in maner of a
iournall.

CONTENTS TO VOL. XI.

I. The voyage of Henry, Earl of Derby, afterwards Henry IV., to Tunis, from
P. Virgil.

II. The same story from Froissart and Holinshead.

III. The memorable victories of John Hawkwood, from Camden.

IV. The Epitaph of Peter Read at Norwich.

V. The voyage of Sir Thomas Chaloner to Alger.

VI. The woorthy enterprise of John Foxe in delivering 266 Christians out of
captivity at Alexandria, 1577.

VII. The copie of the certificate for John Fox.

VIII. The Bishop of Rome, his letters in the behalfe of Iohn Fox.

IX. The king of Spaine his letters for the placing of John Fox in the
office of gunner.

X. The voyage made to Tripolis in Barbary in the Jesus, written by Thomas
Sanders. 1583.

XI. The Queene's letters to the Turke for the restitution of the Jesus.

XII. The Turkes letter to the King of Tripolis commanding restitution of
the Jesus.

XIII. A letter of Master William Hareborne for the release of the Jesus.

XIV. The voyage of John Evesham into Egypt.

XV. The second voyage of Laurence Aldersey to Alexandria and Cairo.

XVI. A letter of the English Ambassador to M. Harvie Millers.

XVII. A letter to W. Hareborne from Alger.

XVIII. A letter of W. Hareborne to Mustapha.

XIX. The passport granted to Thomas Shingleton by the king of Algier.

XX. A letter of Sir Edward Osborne to the king of Alger.

XXI. Notes concerning the trade of Alger.

XXII. Notes concerning the trade in Alexandria.

XXIII. A letter of the English Ambassador to Edward Barton.

XXIV. A commaundement obtained of the Grand Signor by W. Hareborne.

XXV. A letter of William Hareborne to T Typton.

XXVI. Registrum valoris navium, &c. per trirenes Argerienses ereptorum.

XXVII. A letter to Assan Aga.

XXVIII. The originall of the first voyage for traffique into Marocco. 1551.

XXIX. The second voyage to Barbary. 1552.

XXX. A voyage into Guinea and Benin. 1553.

XXXI. A briefe description of Afrike by Richard Eden.

XXXII. Anthonie Pinteado, his letters patents from the king of Portugal.

XXXIII. The letter of Don Lewis to Anthonie Pinteado.

XXXIV. The second voyage to Guinea.

XXXV. The first voyage made by William Towrson to Guinea.

XXXVI. The second voyage of W. Towrson to Guinea.

XXXVII. The third voyage of W. Towrson to Guinea.

XXXVIII. Certaine articles deliuered to Mr. John Lock.

XXXIX. A letter of John Lock to the company of marchants adventurers for
Guinea.

XL. The relation of William Rutter to Anthony Hickman touching a voyage to
Guinea. 1562.

XLI. A meeting at Sir William Gerard's house. 1564.

XLII. Relations extracted from Sir John Hawkin's voyage.

XLIII. The voyage of George Fenner to Guinea written by Walter Wren.

XLIV. The ambassage of Edmund Hogan to the Emperor of Morocco. 1577.

XLV. The voyage of Thomas Stukeley into Barbary.

XLVI. Certaine reports of the province of China learned from Portugalls
taken prisoners.

XLVII. Of the island Japan and other isles, by R. Willes.

XLVIII. An excellent treatise of the kingdom of China printed at Macao.
1590.

XLIX. A letter by Thomas Stevens to his father.

L. A briefe relation of the kingdom of Pegu.

LI. A voyage to the East Indies by the Cape of Buona Speranza, written by R
Hakluyt.

LII. Certaine remembrances of an intended iourney to Brassil. 1583.

LIII. The letters patents granted by Her Majestie for a trade to Barbarie.
1583.

LIV. The Ambassage of Henry Roberts to the Emperour of Marocco. 1585.

LV. A letter from Muly Hamet to the Earl of Leicester.

LVI. The Queenes letters to the Emperour of Marocco.

LVII. A patent to certaine merchants of Exeter for a trade to the river of
Senega and Gambra in Guinea, 1588.

LVIII. A voyage to Benin, 1588. Written by James Welsh.

LIX. The voiage of John Newton and John Bird to Benin. 1588.

LX. The second voyage of John Newton and John Bird to Benin. 1590.

LXI. An advertisement sent to Philip II. king of Spaine from Angola by
Baltazar Almeida de Sousa. 1591.

LXII: Confirmatio treugarum inter Eduardum quartum et Joannem secundum.
1482.

LXIII. The ambassage which John II. king of Portugall, sent to Edward IV.

LXIV. A relation sent by Melchior Peloney to Nigil de Moura. 1591.

LXV. The Voyage of Richard Rainolds and Thomas Dassel to Guinea.

LXVI. A briefe relation concerning the cities of Tombuto and Gago.

LXVII. Another relation concerning the same.

LXVIII. A briefe extract of a patent granted to Thomas Gregory, of Tanton.

LXIX. The maner of the taking of two Spanish ships by Thomas White, 1592.

LXX. A true report of the honourable service at sea perfourmed by Sir John
Burrough, prepared by Sir Walter Raleigh.

LXXI. The firing and sinking of the stout and warrelike Carack called Las
Cinque Llagas, by Nicholas Downton.

LXXII. The casting away of the Tobie, 1593.

LXXIII. The letters of the Queene sent by Laurence Aldersey to the Emperour
of AEthiopia, 1597

LXXIV. The Omissions of Cales voyage.

LXXV. Indices, viz.--
Vol. VIII.
Vol. IX.
Vol. X.
Vol. XI.

LXXVI. Tables of Contents, viz:--
Vol. VIII.
Vol. IX.
Vol. X.
Vol. XI.

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