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The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques, and Discoveries of The English Nation v. 4 by Richard Hakluyt

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BURUTABETH, mentioned.

CAESARIA, mentioned.
CAILAC, mentioned.
CANGLE, mentioned.
CARA CARUM, mentioned.
CARINTHIA (Duke of) attacks Tartars.
CARPINI, JOANNES DE PLANO: HIS EMBASSY FROM INNOCENT IV. TO THE TARTARS--
Sent to Tartary--Crosses Bohemia--Poland--Russia--Visits Boleslaus--
Conrad--Wasilico--Taken ill--His mission--Received by Bathy--Travels
through Commania and land of Kangittae--Biserminia--Reaches the court
of Cuyne--His reception--Receives letters from Cuyne--Dismissed--His
return home--Mentioned
CASPIAN Sea, mentioned
CATHAY, mentioned.
CAUCASUS, mentioned
CHINGAY, mentioned
CHINGIS KHAN. His origin--Defeated by Mongols--Defeats the Nestorians--
Defeats Kytai--Named Emperor--Attacks the Kirghis and the Troglodytae--
His laws--His death
CLOTH, the chief merchandise in Tartary
COIAT, Sartach's Historiographer
COMANI defeated by Thosut Khan--Their customs
COMMANIA described
CON KHAN, ruler of Kara-Katay
CONRAD, duke of Mazovia
CONSTANTINOPLE, mentioned
CORRENSA
COSMOS, the Tartar drink
CRACOW, mentioned
CRIT, a nomad tribe
CUYNE--Entertains Carpini--Elected Emperor--His appearance--Receives
ambassadors--Parts from his mother--Avenges his father's death--
Dissembles
CYRPODANIS, his expedition

DERBENT, mentioned
DEURUM (Soldan), attacked by the Tartars
DNIEPER (river), mentioned
DON (river), mentioned

ELDEGAY, mentioned
ENGLISHMAN, extraordinary confession of an
ERIVAN (lake), mentioned

FRA PAOLO, mentioned
FROBISHER (M.), quoted

GASARIA, see Caesaria
GEORGIA, attacked by Tartars, mentioned
GERMANY, mentioned
GOSET accompanies Rubruquis, Sent back by Bathy
GOTHS, mercenaries
GUYDO, governor of Trebizond

HAYTHON (Bishop), mentioned
HUNGARIANS at the Court of Bathy, Descended from the Huns
HUNGARY, mentioned

IAEC, see _Rhymuus_
IEROSLAUS, Duke of Russia
IEROSLAUS, Duke of Susdal
INDIA, attacked by Tartars
INNOCENT IV. sends a mission to Tartary
ISIDORE, quoted
IUGURES, idolaters

JERUSALEM, mentioned
JERUSALEM (Knights of), conquer Prussia

KADAC, mentioned
KANGITTAE, mentioned
KENCHAT, mentioned
KEN KHAN, mentioned
KERSOVA, see _Kertch_
KERTCH, mentioned
KIEV, mentioned
KIRGHIS, mentioned
KYTAI, resist Chingis Khan--Use silver for missiles--Conquered--Mentioned
--Make war against the besiegers of Antioch

LANGA, mentioned
LENA DELTA, mentioned
LESGI, a tribe of Saracens

MAEOTIS (lake), mentioned
MANCHERULE (Manchu), mentioned
MANGU KHAN, mentioned
MATRIGA, see _Azov_
MELVILLE, chief engineer of "Jeannette", quoted
MERKIT, see _Crit_
MICHAEAS the malicious
MICHAEL, Duke of Russia, martyred by the Tartars
MOAL, a name of the Tartars
MONSTERS, mentioned
MORDUANS attacked--mentioned
MOXEL, subjects of Sartach
MUC, an eastern nation

NAYMANI, mentioned
NEPER, see _Dnieper_
NESTORIANS defeated by Chingis Khan
NEUSTADT, mentioned
NICHOLAS (servant to Rubruquis)

OCCADAY-KHAN Builds Omyl--Succeeds Chingis--The manner of his death
OMYL built
ORDU (duke) mentioned
ORGANUM, the land of Mangu Khan
ORNA attacked

PASCATIR, mentioned
PARIS (MATTHEW), extract from
PAROSITAE, mentioned
PEREKOP (Isthmus)
POLAND, mentioned
PONTUS EUXIMUS, mentioned
PRESTER JOHN defeats Tartars--Chief of Nestorians--His country
PRUSSIA, mentioned

RHA, see _Volga_
RHYMNUS (river), mentioned
RUBRUQUIS (W. de). HIS VOYAGE TO TARTARY--Reaches Soldaia--Travels over
Isthmus of Perekop--Reaches Tartary--Is imposed upon--Visits the Court
of Scacati--Passes through Comania-- Crosses the Don--Reaches the Court
of Sartach--Is received by him--Is forwarded to Bathy--Reaches the
Volga--Visits the Court of Bathy--Sent on to Mangu Khan--Visits the
Iugures
RUSSIA, _passim_

SAINT CLEMENT, his martyrdom
SAINT QUENTIN (Simon of), quoted
SALT PITS, mentioned
SAMOYEDS, mentioned
SARPI (Paul), see _Fra Paolo_
SARTACH, mentioned--His country--Receives Rubruquis
SCACATI, kinsman of Bathy--His court--Gives Rubruquis a guide
SILESIA, mentioned
SIMFEROPOL, mentioned
SOLANGA, mentioned
SOLDAIA, see _Simferopol_
SOLONIA, mentioned
SUN, fable as to its rising
SYNOPOLIS, mentioned
SYRA ORDA, mentioned

TALAS, mentioned
TANAIS, see _Don_
TANGUT, mentioned
TARTARS, their barbarous demeanour, _passim_--Attack Neustadt--Driven back
by Christian princes--J. DE PLANO CARPINI'S ACCOUNT OF THEM--Their
appearance--Marriages--Clothing--Dwellings--Religious ceremonies--
Crimes and laws--Worship the moon--Funeral rites--Compared with those
of Florida--Virtues and Vices--W. DE RUBRUQUIS'S ACCOUNT OF THEM--
Defeated by Prester John--Meet with Monsters Their leaders--Ill
treatment of Ambassadors--attack Bulgaria--Hungary--The Parossitae--The
Samoyeds, Armenia. Georgia--Soldan Deurum--Sultan of Aleppo--Caliph of
Baldach, Military tactics--Mode of crossing rivers--Their bad faith--
Their conquests--Their plans of conquest--How to resist them--Their
fodder, Mode of saluting Princes--Their way of drinking--Their carts--
Their beds Their food--Their mode of wearing their hair--Their women--
Their yearly migrations--Their manner of writing
TARTARY, Description of--Political divisions
TAURICA CHERSONESUS
TEREK (river), mentioned
THIBET, mentioned
THOSSUT KHAN defeats Comani
TIRBON (Prince), mentioned
TRAPEZUNDA, see _Trebizond_
TREBIZOND mentioned
TROGLODYTAE, mentioned
TURGEMANNUS accompanies Rubruquis

VALAKIA, mentioned
VASTACIUS, mentioned
VENETUS (Paulus). See _Fra Paolo_
VOLGA (river), mentioned
VUT KHAN, brother of Prester John

WASILICO, duke of Russia

YUO OF NARBONA. EPISTLE TO ARCHBISHOP OF BORDEAUX

ZIKIA, mentioned

INDEX TO VOL. III.

ABERDOUR BAY, Wreck of the Edward Bonaventure in
ADAMS (Clement), mentioned--HIS ACCOUNT OF SIR HUGH WILLOUGHBY'S EXPEDITION
AEGELAND, mentioned

ALCOCKE (Thomas), HIS LETTER TO RICHARD GRAY AND HENRY LANE--Put in
prison--Released--Mentioned--HIS SECOND JOURNEY TO PERSIA, BY R.
CHEINE, Goes to Casbin--Murdered--Account of his murder.
ALEPPO. Its trade
ALEXANDER VI. (Pope). His division of unknown lands annulled
ALLARD the skinner, mentioned
ALLEN (Thomas), mentioned
ALLEN (William), mentioned
AMBASSADOR, attendance on the Russian
AMSTERDAM mentioned
ANDREWS (John), mentioned
ANNA, wife of Wladimir, mentioned
ANTHONY (Nicholas), mentioned
ARDOC. See _Oxus_
ARDOVIL. mentioned
ARNEOSTE, a Giant, mentioned
ARRASH, mentioned
ARTILLERY, used in Russia--Varieties used in Europe
ARUNDEL, (Henry, Earl of), mentioned
ARZINA. See _Varsina_
ASTRAKAN, conquered--Mentioned
ATTILA, his evil countenance
AUGUST (William), mentioned
AUGUSTUS, Duke of Moscovy said to be descended from
AUK (Little), plentiful
AURA SOLTANA, a Tartar girl
AUSTEN (John), mentioned
AUSTEN (Robert), mentioned
AYZ, a holy Tartar

BAJAZET, Emperor of Turkey, carried in a cage by Tamerlane
BALKH, mentioned
BANBRUCKE (Christopher), mentioned
BARNES (Sir George), mentioned
BARRETT (Charles), mentioned
BARRIE (William), mentioned
BASILIUS, Emperor of Constantinople--sends a bishop to Russia
BASILIUS, son of Demetrius--succeeded by his brother
BASILIUS, grandson of Demetrius--succeeds his uncle--taken prisoner by his
cousins
BATHY, duke of Tartary--slays Czar Georgius--Overruns Poland and Silesia--
Marches into Hungary--Defeats Bela IV
BAUGHLEATA, mentioned
BEARE (William), mentioned
BECHER (Henry), mentioned
BEDFORD (John, Earl of), mentioned
BELA IV., King of Hungary--defeated by Bathy
BENEDICT (Friar), sent as an ambassador to the Tartars
BENTLY (Erasmus), mentioned
BEROZOVA (river), mentioned
BERWICK, mentioned
BEST (Robert), mentioned--Is appointed Henry Lane's champion
BLACKWALL, mentioned
BLAGE (George), see _Blake_
BLAKE (George), mentioned
BLUE Sea, mentioned
BOGHAR, mentioned--described
BOKHARA, see _Boghar_
BOMMELOE ISLAND visited by Burrough
BONA CONFIDENTIA (The), mentioned--Its history and fate
BONAVENTURE (Cape), mentioned
BOND, Alderman, mentioned
BONTIGNE (Roger), master of rope works at Cholmogori
BORGIA, (Caesar), mentioned
BORGIA (Lucretia), mentioned
BORISSUS, son of Wladimir
BORISTHENES, see _Dnieper_
BOSTON, mentioned
BOUCHER (John), mentioned
BRANDE (John), mentioned
BRIAN (Leonard), sent to North Russia in search of Yew
BROOKE (John), mentioned
BROOKE (Rowland), mentioned
BROWNE (John), mentioned
BROWNE (Thomas), mentioned
BUCKLAND (John), mentioned
BULLCY (Thomas), quoted
BUNTING (Roger), mentioned
BUNTING (Thomas), mentioned
BUONA SPERANZA (The), mentioned--Its history and fate
BURROUGH (Stephen), HIS EXPEDITION TO DISCOVER THE RIVER OB--Sails from
Ratcliffe--Entertained by Cabot at Gravesend--Embarks on Edward
Bonaventure--Visits Bommeloe island--Loses sight of Searchthrift--
Reaches Hammerfest--Names North Cape--Parts from Edward Bonaventure--
Arrives in the river Kola--Meets with Russian Lodjas--Has friendly
relations with a Russian named Gabriel--And unfriendly with a Karelian
--Rounds Cape Canin Nos--Enters river Petchora--Meets with Ice--His
adventure with a whale--Lands on Navaja Zemlia--Meets a Karelian, named
Loshak, from whom he obtains information--Visits a Samoyed camp--Turned
back by ice--Returns to Colmogro--RICHARD JOHNSON'S ACCOUNT OF THE
VOYAGE--HIS VOYAGE IN SEARCH OF THE THREE LOST VESSELS--Sails in
Searchthrift--Lands at Dogs Nose--Meets with a storm--Is boarded by
Laps--Learns the fate of the lost ships--Invited to send English ships
to Kegor--Intends to seek the river Ob--Appointed master of the Swallow
BURROUGH (William) mentioned
BURTON (George), mentioned
BUSSARMANS, mentioned
BUTTER (Miles), mentioned

CABOT (Sebastian). ORDINANCES, ETC., GIVEN TO WILLOUGHBY--Named--First
governor of the Muscovy Co.--Boards the Searchthrift--His age
CAMA (river), mentioned
CAMEN BOLDSHAY, a mountain
CAMPION, a city of Cathay
CANIN NOS, reached by Burrough--Mentioned
CAPE (George Burton), mentioned
CAPHAR mentioned
CAROWE (John), mentioned
CARPINI (J. de Plano) sent as ambassador to the Tartars--quoted
CASBIN, mentioned
CASHGAR, mentioned
CASPIAN (Sea), mentioned--Visited by Jenkinson--Described
CASTELlNE (Edward), mentioned
CATHAY, mentioned--Its trade--ROUTES FROM RUSSIA
CAUCASUS (mountains), mentioned
CAZAN, conquered--Described
CHAMBERLAIN (Richard), mentioned
CHANCELLOR (Nicholas), mentioned
CHANCELLOR (Richard). Appointed captain of the _Edward Bonaventure_--THE
LETTER OF EDWARD VI. ENTRUSTED TO HIM--HIS ACCOUNT OF THE EMPIRE OF
RUSSIA--Visits Ivan Vasilowich II.--ACCOUNT OF HIS VOYAGE TO RUSSIA BY
CLEMENT ADAMS--Takes in provisions at Harwich--Arrives in the Bay of
Saint Nicholas--HIS ACCOUNT OF RUSSIA--Grand pilot of the second voyage
to Russia--Accompanies Killingworth to Moscow--Drowned in Aberdour Bay
--Conveys Russian Ambassador to England--Mentioned
CHAPMAN (William)--mentioned
CHARTERS. THE FIRST GRANTED TO THE MUSCOVY COMPANY BY IVAN VASILOWICH II.--
GRANTED TO THE MUSCOVY CO. BY PHILIP AND MARY--BY ELIZABETH
CHATTERTON (Ralph), mentioned
CHEBE NAVOLOCHE (cape), mentioned
CHEINIE, mentioned--HIS ACCOUNT OF THE SECOND VOYAGE INTO PERSIA
CHELSIE (Cuthbert), mentioned
CHESTER (Brian), mentioned
CHESTER (Sir William), mentioned
CHOLMOGORI, Described, Mentioned
CLARENDON HIST. SOC, quoted
CLARK (Edward), mentioned
CLAROCKE (John), mentioned
CLIFTON (William), mentioned
COCKS (John), mentioned
COINS. NOTICE OF RUSSIAN, BY JOHN HASSIE--Bokharian
COLA. See _Kola_
COLACHE, a ring of bread
COLGOIEVE. See _Kolgujev_
COLMACK, mentioned
COLMOGRO. See _Cholmogori_
COMFORT (Cape), mentioned
CONSTANTINUS, Emperor of Constantinople
CORASSAN See _Khorassan_
CORPUS CHRISTI BAY, mentioned
COSCAYNOS (Cape), mentioned
COUNSELLORS APPOINTED TO MANAGE WILLOUGHBY'S EXPEDITION
COYA RECA, mentioned
COZAMOMET, mentioned
CRIM TARTARS, mentioned
CROSS ISLAND, mentioned
CYPHER, letters to Muscovy Co. to be written in
CZAR, meaning of title

DALABERE (James), mentioned
DANIEL, son of Yaroslaus--makes Mosco the capital--His sons
DANTISKE (? Dantzig), mentioned--Celebrated for cables--Obtains wax from
Russia
DAVIS (Richard), his death
DAVISON (Thomas), mentioned
DEMETRIUS, son of Georgius: his son
DEMETRIUS, son of Simeon--His sons
DEPTFORD, mentioned
DERBENT, mentioned
DE VEER, mentioned
DICKENSON (Henry)
DIMMOCK (John), mentioned
DNIEPER (river), mentioned
DOG'S NOSE (Cape), mentioned
DOLGOI (Island), seen by Burrough
DOLGOIEVE. See _Dolgoi_
DOMS HAFF, mentioned
DORSET (Henry), mentioned
DRONTON. See _Trondheim_
DURFURTH (Cornelius), mentioned
DURIFORTH (John), mentioned
DUTCH trade with Laps, mentioned
DWINA (river), mentioned--ascended by Jenkinson
DYEING, materials used in--to be sent to England

EASTER eggs mentioned
EATON (George), mentioned
EDEN (Richard), HIS TESTIMONY ABOUT CHANCELOR
EDGE (Capt T.), tries to prove Willoughby's land to the Spitzbergen
EDINBURGH, mentioned
EDWARD BONAVENTURE (The), mentioned--Lost sight of by Willoughby--
Commissioned for Chancellor's second voyage to Russia--To be sent back
to England--Takes S. Burrough to Vardoe--Parts from Searchthrift--Its
fate--Conveys Russian ambassador to England
EDWARD VI., HIS LETTER TO THE KINGS, ETC.--OF THE NORTH EAST--On his death-
bed when Sir H. Willoughby's expedition sails
EDWARDS (Arthur), merchant on board the Edward Bonaventure--Left by
Killingworth at Vologda--To be sent home--LETTER TO THOMAS NICHOLS
REGARDING PREPARATIONS FOR VOYAGE TO PERSIA--LETTER TO SIR T. LODGE
RELATING TO THIRD VOYAGE TO PERSIA--LETTER TO MOSCOVY COMPANY--RELATING
THIRD VOYAGE TO PERSIA--ANOTHER LETTER TO THE SAME
EDWARDS (John), mentioned
EDWARDS (Lawrence), mentioned
ELIZABETH (Queen), LETTER FROM SIGISMOND AUGUSTUS--LETTER TO THE EMPEROR OF
RUSSIA IN FAVOR OF JENKINSON--LETTER TO THE SOPHY OF PERSIA--SENT BY
JENKINSON
ELLOT (John), mentioned
ELSON (Robert), mentioned
EUSTAPHIUS, abbot of Jerusalem--sent to Russia
EVERY (William), mentioned

FAWKNER (John), mentioned
FINMARK, mentioned
FLAMBOROUGH HEAD, mentioned
FOEYN (Capt Svend), a whale-hunter
FOWLES (Richard), mentioned
FOXES, trapped along the coast of the Polar sea
FOX NOSE (Cape), mentioned
FOXSKINS in demand in England
FRANCIS (Thomas), mentioned
FROTHINGHAM (Christopher), uncle of Richard Chancellor
FURS, desirable kinds
GABRIEL, son of Ivan Vasilowich--adopts the name of Basilius--defeats
Lithuanians
GABRIEL, a Russian--friendly to S. Burrough
GALLANT (Cape). See _Solinos_
GARDINER (Alexander), mentioned
GARRARD (William), mentioned
GARRET (William), mentioned
GEFFERSON (William), mentioned
GEORGIUS, son of Vuszevolodus; his sons
GEORGIUS, son of Demetrius--Slain by Bathy
GIBSON (Clement), mentioned
GIFTS. SENT BY PHILIP AND MARY TO IVAN VASILOWICH I--SENT BY IVAN
VASILOWICH I. TO PHILIP AND MARY
GILLAN, mentioned
GILPIN (George), sent to Scotland
GITTONS (William), mentioned
GLEBUS, son of Wladimir
GLOVER (Thomas). LETTERS KROM MUSCOVY CO--Appointed agent--mentioned
GOISWINE (George), mentioned
GOOD FORTUNE (Cape), mentioned
GOOSELAND, mentioned
GOSTOMISLIUS persuades his fellow-citizens to make children of Prussus
their rulers
GRACE (Cape), mentioned
GRAVESEND, mentioned
GRAY (Richard), appointed commander of second voyage to Russia--Left at
Vologda--LETTER FROM MUSCOVY CO--mentioned--LETTER TO HENRY LANE--
LETTER FROM TH. ALCOCK
GREENEAWAY (Ralph), mentioned
GREENWICH, mentioned
GRESHAM (Sir John), mentioned
GULISTAN, mentioned
GULLISTONE. See _Gulistan_
GULLS, plentiful
GULOIN, a strange beast
GWINNE (Robert), mentioned
GWINNE (Richard), mentioned

HALGELAND; mentioned
HAMANE (William), mentioned
HAMBURGH receives wax from Russia
HAMEL, quoted
HAMMERFEST, its situation
HANDCOCKS (Thomas), mentioned
HANS TOWNS endeavour to stop English trade with Russia
HANTE (Thomas), mentioned
HARWICH, mentioned
HASEL (Thomas), mentioned
HASSE (John), mentioned, HIS ACCOUNT OF RUSSIAN COINS, ETC.
HAUTORY (Thomas), LETTER TO HENRY LANE
HAWTREY. See _Hautory_
HAYE (John), mentioned
HEILICH ISLANDS, mentioned
HELENA, daughter of Ivan Vasilowich, married to Alexander--King of Poland
HELENA, wife of Basilius Ivanowich
HENRY, Duke of Poland, slain by Tartars
HERBERTSTEIN (Von), quoted
HERDSON (Henry): See _Hudson_
HERODOTUS, mentioned--quoted
HEYWARD (Roland), mentioned
HICKMAN (Anthony), mentioned
HIRCANIA. See _Shirvan_
HODSON. See _Hudson_
HOLMEHEAD, mentioned
HOLMES (Giles), HIS ACCOUNT OF THE ROUTE TO CATHAY
HOLST, see _Holstein_
HOLSTEIN, mentioned
HOPE ISLAND, mentioned
HOPKINS (John), mentioned
HOWARD OF EFFINGHAM (William, Lord), mentioned
HOWLET (John), master of the Philip and Mary
HUDSON (Christopher), Winters at Jeraslave--Supposed relationship to Henry
Hudson, the discoverer--LETTER FROM MUSCOVY COMPANY--Appointed Agent
HUDSON (Henry), founder of Muscovy Company
HUDSON (Henry), the discoverer, notice
HULL, mentioned
HULSIUS, quoted
HUNGARY, invaded by Tartars
HUNT (Edward), mentioned
HUSIE (Anthony), mentioned
HUSSIE (Hubert), mentioned
HUSSIE (Laurence), mentioned

IAIC (River), mentioned
IAROSLAUS, sole ruler of Russia--His sons
IAROSLAUS, son of Demetrius--succeeds his brother--His sons
ICE, Met with by Burrough--Again met with
IGOR succeeds Rurek
INCENT (John). HIS ACCOUNT OF THE RECEPTION OF THE FIRST RUSSIAN AMBASSADOR
TO ENGLAND
INDIA, Bokharan trade with
INGER Sound, mentioned
INGRAM (Richard), mentioned
INNOCENT IV, sends ambassadors to the Tartars
INSTRUCTIONS TO MERCHANT ADVENTURERS ON THIRD VOYAGE TO RUSSIA--TO THE
MARINERS OF THE EXPEDITION OF 1557--GIVEN TO A. JENKINSON BY MUSCOVY
COMPANY,
ISTOMA, said to have rounded North Cape
IUNA CREOS, mentioned
IUG (river), mentioned
IVAN VASILOWICH I., succeeds his father--Murders his relatives--His wives
and children
IVAN VASILOWICH II., succeeds to the Dukedom of Russia--His character--
Visited by Chancellor--Sends an embassy to Poland--HIS LETTER TO EDWARD
VI. ENTRUSTED TO CHANCELLOR--mentioned--Sends an embassy to
England--His wardrobe--Description of

JACKS (Austen), mentioned
JENKINSON (Anthony), quoted--Appointed Captain of Primrose--his intended
journey to Cathay--HIS LETTER TO HENRY LANE--mentioned--HIS FIRST
VOYAGE--Runs aground on Black Tail Sand--Reaches S. Nicholas Bay--
Ascends the Dwina--His interview with the Emperor--Starts for Bokhara--
HIS VOYAGE FROM MOSCO TO BOKHARA--Travels twenty days in the wilderness
--INSTRUCTIONS FOR HIS VOYAGE TO PERSIA--Arrives at the court of the
Sophy--Offers to buy the raw silk of Persia--A BRIEF NOTICE OF HIS
JOURNEY TO RUSSIA
JERASLAF, described--mentioned
JOHN KALETA, son of Daniel--succeeds him--His sons
JOHNSON (Richard), Left at Vologda--HIS ACCOUNT OF BURROUGH'S VOYAGE--To be
sent back to England--Accompanies Jenkinson to Bokhara--NOTES ON
VARIOUS ROUTES TO CATHAY--Accused of vicious living--A THIRD VOYAGE
INTO PERSIA--His negligence
JOHNSON (Robert), accompanies Jenkinson to Bokhara
JONSON (R.) See _Johnson_
JUDD (Sir Andrew), mentioned
JUDD (Richard), mentioned

KAIT, mentioned
KEDILWIKE (? Hammerfest), mentioned
KEGOR, mentioned
KEMPE (William), mentioned
KENER (Edward), mentioned
KETTELWIKE. See _Kedilwike_
KHORASSAN, mentioned
KIEV, mentioned
KIGA Bay, mentioned
KILDINA (island), mentioned
KILLINGWORTH (George), appointed commander of the second voyage to Russia--
HIS ACCOUNT OF HIS VOYAGE TO MUSCOVY (1555)--Leaves part of his company
at Vologda--Travels to Moscow--Furnished with a notice of Russian coins
--LETTER FROM MUSCOVY COMPANY
KIOW. See Kiev
KIRBIE (Thomas), mentioned
KIRGHIS, mentioned
KITCHIN (Alexander), Journeys into Persia--His death
KNIGHT (Nicholas), mentioned
KNIGHT (Sir W. P.), mentioned
KOLA (Peninsula)
KOLA (river), visited by S. Burrough--mentioned
KOLGUJEV (island), mentioned
KRASNOI (Cape). See _Cape Grace_
KREMLIN (The), mentioned

LADOGA (lake), mentioned
LAMPAS--A great Samoyed market
LANE (Henry), accompanies Killingworth to Moscow--LETTER FROM MUSCOVY
COMPANY--LETTER FROM THOMAS HAUTORY--LETTER FROM RICHARD GRAY--LETTER
FROM THOMAS ALCOCK--LETTER FROM A. JENKINSON--LETTER FROM MUSCOVY
COMPANY, (1560)--HIS ACCOUNT OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE IN RUSSIA
--His lawsuit with Sheray Costromitskey
LANGLIE (Thomas), mentioned
LAPLAND, Sir Hugh Willoughby winters there--Described
LAPPIA. See _Lapland_
LAPS, board the Searchthrift--A vocabulary of their language
LASSIE (William), mentioned
LAURENCE (William), mentioned
LAWRENCE (Nicholas), mentioned
LEGNITZ, mentioned
LETTO, mentioned
LEWFOOT. See _Lofoden_
LEWIKE (Peter), mentioned
LIEFLAND, mentioned
LIGHT (William), mentioned
LINSCHOTTEN'S drawing of Samoyed archers
LIQUORICE grown in Crimea
LISHBIE (Roger), mentioned
LITHUANIANS, defeated by Basilius
LIVONIANS attacked by Ivan Vasilowich I.--Also by Ivan Vasilowich II.--A
letter concerning their relations to the Moscovites
LIVVY quoted
LODGE (Thomas), LETTERS FROM A. EDWARDS
LODJA (A Russian ship), met with--Engraving of
LOFODEN (islands), Described--Mentioned
LONG (James), mentioned
LOSHAK, a Karelian--His account of Novaya Zemlia and the neighbouring seas
LUBECK obtains wax from Russia
LUCKE (John), Taken prisoner in Liefland
LUMLEY,(Lord), mentioned

MAELSTROM (whirlpool) mentioned
MAGDALENA BAY, mentioned
MAGNUS, duke of Holstein
MALESTRAND. See _Maelstrom_
MALLORY (William), mentioned
MANDEVILLE, quoted
MANGUSLAVE, mentioned
MARIE, wife of Ivan Vasilowich
MARY, granddaughter of Ivan Vasilowich--maries Magnus, duke of Holstein
MARY, Queen of England. Conclusion addressed to her by Chancellor--HER
RECEPTION OF THE FIRST AMBASSADOR FROM RUSSIA
McCRINDLE (J. W.), his translation of the _Indica_ of Nearchus
MEASURES, notice of Russian
MECCA, mentioned
MEDINSKI SAVOROT (Cape), mentioned
MERCHANT ADVENTURERS. See _Muscovy Company_
MERRICK (William), mentioned
MERST (John)
MOLDAVIA, mentioned
MOLTON (Richard), mentioned
MONDEVSTOVA OSTROVE (island), mentioned
MONTAGUE (Viscount), receives Russian Ambassador
MOORE (John), mentioned
MORDING (Miles), mentioned
MORGAN (Richard), mentioned
MORGIOVETS, mentioned
MORREN (William), mentioned
MOSCO; made capital--Mentioned--Description of
MOSCOVIA (Duke of) HIS GENEALOGY, FROM A MS. BY A POLACKE
MOSKWA (river), mentioned--blessing of
MURZAY. See _Shally Mursey_
MUSCOVY COMPANY, mentioned--Articles for the second voyage--THE OATH
ADMINISTERED TO THE MEMBERS--THEIR FIRST RUSSIAN CHARTER--THEIR CHARTER
FROM PHILIP AND MARY--THEIR LETTER TO KILLINGWORTH AND OTHERS IN
COLMOGRO--Send apprentices abroad--LETTER TO HENRY LANE, CHRIS. HUDSON,
AND TH. GLOVER--ANOTHER LETTER TO THE SAME--INSTRUCTIONS TO A.
JENKINSON--Privileges granted by Obdolowcan--LETTER FROM A. EDWARDS--
ANOTHER LETTER FROM THE SAME--THEIR GREAT CHARTER FROM ELIZABETH
NAGAY TARTARS, mentioned
NAPEA (Osep). See _Napeja_
NARAMZAY (river), mentioned
NARVE (The), mentioned
NARWHAL, a species of whale
NASH (Thomas), mentioned
NASSADES, A Russian boat
NAZE (The), mentioned
NAZAVOE, a port on the Caspian
NEARCHUS, the account of a whale in his _Indica_
NEOPHYTUS, bishop of Ephesus, envoy to Czar Wladimir
NEPEJA (Ossip Gregorjevitsch), ambassador to England--Wrecked in the Bay of
Aberdour--Received by Viscount Montague--mentioned--His return to
Russia--ACCOUNT OF HIS RETURN VOYAGE TO RUSSIA
NEWBORROW (Nicholas), mentioned
NEWCASTLE, mentioned
NICOLS (Thomas), LETTER FROM A. EDWARDS--mentioned
NISNI NOVGOROD, mentioned
NORDENSKIOLD (Professor), quoted
NORDKEIN. See _North Cape_
NORTH CAPE so named by S. Burrough--Its distance from Hammerfest--Passed by
Jenkinson
NOVAYA ZEMLYA, mentioned--Visited by Burrough
NOVOGROD, mentioned--described

OATH, ADMINISTERED TO SIR H. WILLLOUGHBY--TO THE MASTER OF THE SHIP--TO THE
MEMBERS OF THE MUSCOVY CO
OB (river). BURROUGHS EXPEDITION TO--Loshak's account of the route to it--
Mentioned
OBDOLOWCAN King of Shirvan--Grants privileges to Jenkinson--Copy of these
privileges--Mentioned--His death
OCCA (river), mentioned
OCTHER, mentioned
OFFLEY (Thomas), mentioned
OLECHUS shares Novogrod with children of Prussus
OLEGA Slain
OLHA marries Igor--Takes name of Helena
ONEGA (Lake), mentioned
ORFORDNESS, mentioned
ORDINANCES, ETC., GIVEN BY CABOT TO WILLOUGHBY
ORMUZ, mentioned
ORWELL SANDS, mentioned
OWIGA (river), mentioned
OXUS (river), Its geography and history--mentioned
PACIE (Edward), mentioned
PAINTER (Thomas), mentioned
PALLY (Thomas), mentioned
PALMER (Peter), mentioned
PATTERSON (Edward), mentioned
PECHINCHOW MONASTERY, mentioned
PEMBROKE (William, Earl of), mentioned
PENTECOST (Cape), mentioned
PERMIA, celebrated for Yew
PEROVOLOG, mentioned
PERSIA, famous for raw silk--Its trade--Description of--ARTICLES SUITABLE
FOR TRADE WITH
PET (Arthur), seaman on Edward Bonaventure--Appointed master of the Jesus
PETSCHORA, mentioned--Reached by Borough
PETT (Thomas), mentioned
PHEODOR, master of a Russian Lodja
PHIBARIE (George), mentioned
PHILIP AND MARY of England's letter to Ivan Vasilowich II--CHARTER TO THE
MUSCOVY CO.--Annul Pope Alexander's division of unknown lands
PHILIP AND MARY (The), mentioned
PHILLY (David), mentioned
PITSLIGO (Bay of), mentioned
PLESCO, mentioned--Described
PLETTEBERGIUS defeats Ivan Vasilowich
PLINY, quoted
POINTER (Richard), mentioned
POLAND, overrun by Tartars--At war with Ivan Vasilowich--An Embassy sent by
Ivan Vasilowich II--Its ancient treaties with England
POLONIA. See _Poland_
POSTESORA. See _Petschora_
POTTER (John), mentioned
POZANKA (island), mentioned
PRESLA, mentioned
PRISE (Edward), mentioned
PRUSSUS, said to have given his name to Prussia
PURCHAS, quoted
RACE (Cape), mentioned
RAMUSIUS (B.) HIS ACCOUNT OF THE ROUTE FROM TAURIS TO CAMPION
RATCLIFFE. Sir Hugh Willoughby sails from--Stephen Burrough leaves
READ (John M.), quoted
REVEL celebrated for cloth--Mentioned
REYNE (John), mentioned
ROBINS (John), Pilot of the Philip and Mary
ROBINSON (John), mentioned
ROBINSON (John), mentioned
ROMANOWICH (Mikita), brother-in-law to Ivan Vasilowich II
ROSE (Island), described
ROSE (Christopher), mentioned
ROSSE (Robert), mentioned
ROST (Island), mentioned
ROUNDAL (Laurence), mentioned
RUBRUQUIS (W. de), quoted
RUREK, son of Prussus
RUSKI SAVOROT (Cape), mentioned
RUSSIA, _passim_--Description of, by Chancellor--ADMINISTRATION OF
JUSTICE IN--Latitudes of principal places in--DISTANCES BETWEEN CHIEF
PLACES
RUSSIANS, their discipline--Their Embassies--Their laws--Their punishments
--Their religion--Idolatrous Russians--Their houses--Their clothing--
NOTICE AS TO THEIR COINS &C., BY JOHN HASSIE--Their river boats--
Twelfth-day ceremonies--Their priests--Their food--Their drunken habits
--Their mode of travelling--Their feasts--DESCRIPTION OF THEIR MANNERS
AND CUSTOMS--Baptismal ceremonies--Their marriage ceremonies--Their
funeral ceremonies--Their drinks
SAINT BERNARD (Cape), mentioned
SAINT DUNSTAN'S Island. Bommeloe Island so named by S. Burrough
SAINT EDMUND'S POINT, mentioned
SAINT GEORGE'S ISLANDS, mentioned
SAINT JAMES'S ISLAND, mentioned
SAINT JOHN (Cape), mentioned
SAINT JOHN'S ISLANDS, mentioned
SAINT NICHOLAS (Bay of) discovered by Chancellor--Mentioned
SAINT NICHOLAS (town), mentioned--ROUTE AND DISTANCE TO THE CASPIAN
SAINT OSYTH, mentioned
SAINT PAUL'S ISLANDS, mentioned
SAINT PETER'S ISLANDS, mentioned
SAMAR (river), mentioned
SAMARCAND, mentioned
SAMOYEDS. Burrough meets with one--Their archery--Their idols--Their
sledges--Giles Fletcher's account of them--Meaning of their name--
Professor Ahlquist's communication respecting them--Engraving of
Samoyeds--Mentioned--Their religion--Their customs and habits--
DESCRIBED
SAND, a wilderness of, 238
SANDERS (Blase), mentioned
SCHLEISSING'S engraving of Samoyeds
SCOTSMEN advise Chancellor to return, 58
SCOTS NESS, seen by Burrough
SEALSKIN unsaleable
SEAPIES, a name for _Little Auks_, which see
SEARCHTHRIFT (The). BURROUGHT's EXPEDITION IN--Sails again in 1557
SEDGESWIKE (John), Left at Vologda--Mentioned
SELLYZURE, mentioned
SERACHICK, mentioned
SEREBRENIKOFF, quoted
SEVEN ISLANDS. See _St George's Island_
SEYNAM, mentioned
SHABRAN, mentioned
SHALLY MURZEY, his courtesy--Succeeds Obdolowcan
SHMACKI, mentioned
SHAW THAMAS. See _Sophy_
SHEPWASH (William), mentioned
SHERAY COSTROMITSKEY, his lawsuit with Henry Lane
SHIRVAN, description of
SIDNEY (Sir H.) His speech about Chancellor
SIGISMOND AUGUSTUS, King of Poland. HIS LETTER TO ELIZABETH
SILESIA, overrun by Tartars
SIMEON, succeeds John Kaleta
SIMPSON (Thomas), mentioned
SINAUS, son of Prussus
SLEDGE TRAVELLING, mentioned
SMITH (Edward), mentioned
SMITH (James), mentioned
SMITH (John), mentioned
SMOLENSKO, mentioned
SOLINOS (Cape), mentioned
SOPHIA PALEOLOGUS, second wife of Ivan Vasilowich--Frees Russia from Tartar
yoke--Induces her husband to leave the throne to Gabriel, her son
SOPHY OF PERSIA. LETTER FROM QUEEN ELIZABETH--His 140 concubines--
Described--His intended war with the Portuguese--His conferences with
A. Edwards--Articles ordered to be sent from England by
SORCERY, mentioned
SOUTHAM (Thomas). HIS JOURNEY FROM S. NICHOLAS TO NOVOGOROD
SOWER (Cape), mentioned
SPARKE (John), mentioned--HIS JOURNEY FROM ST
NICHOLAS TO NOVOGROD
SPITZBERGEN mentioned
STAFFORD (John), mentioned
STAFFORD (Richard), mentioned
STANDISH (Dr.), the Emperor's physician
STANFEW. See _Steenfjord_
STANTON (Robert), mentioned
STEENFJORD, mentioned
STEEL, abundant in Russia
STELTSON (Thomas), mentioned
STERFIER, mentioned
STEVENS (Patrick), mentioned
STOCKHOLM, mentioned
STONE (Thomas), mentioned
STOSLAUS, son of Igor
STOWE, quoted
STRABO, quoted
STRATAGEM (wonderful) employed by Tartars
STROWDE (Richard), mentioned
STURGEON in Volga
SUCCANA (river), mentioned
SUTHCOT (John), mentioned
SWJATOINOS, mentioned--Confounded with North Cape

TAILER (Henry) mentioned
TAIMUR PENINSULA, mentioned
TALBOT (Lord), mentioned
TAMERLANE, carries Bajazet in a cage
TARTARS: Make Russians tributaries--overrun Poland and Silesia--Employ
marvellous stratagem--March into Hungary--Outwitted by Sophia
Palaeologus--Crim Tartars at war with Muscovites--Two examined as to
their country by Chancellor--Their habits &c.
TASHKENT, mentioned
TAURIS. See Tebris
TEBRIS, mentioned
TENERUK. King of Chircassi
TEREPOLCHUS, slain
TERWILL, mentioned
THURLAND (George), mentioned
TIFLIS, mentioned
TILBURY, mentioned
TIMOR SOLTAN a Nomad Prince
TOTMA, mentioned;
TOWNES (Thomas), mentioned
TRI OSTROVE (island)
TRIAL by lot--Account of a
TRONDHEIN, mentioned
TRUOR, son of Prussus
TUMEN, mentioned
TURCOMANIA described

UGORY, celebrated for Yew
URGENCE, mentioned
USTIUG, mentioned

VAIGATZ (islands of), visited by Burrough--revisited--mentioned
VARAGERFJORD. See _Doms Haff_
VARAS, mentioned
VARDOE, mentioned--Reached by Chancellor
VARZINA, mentioned
VASILI Pheodorowich, Russian deputy in Lapland
VENETIANS. Their trade with Armenia
VOLGA (river), mentioned
VOLHUSKI (river), mentioned;
VOLOGDA, described--Mentioned
VULODIMIR. See _Wladimir_
VUSZEVOLODUS, son of Wladimir--His sons

WADE (Thomas), appointed master of the Philip and Mary
WAGHAM (Griffin), mentioned
WALKENDEN (Geofrey), mentioned
WALKER (John), mentioned
WALKER (Thomas), mentioned
WALTER (Thomas), mentioned
WALTON (Dunston), mentioned
WARDHOUSE. See _Vardoc,_
WATSON (William), mentioned
WEB (John), mentioned
WEIGHTS, notice of Russian
WELFORD (Roger), mentioned
WEXEL (river), mentioned
WHALE. Burrough's adventure with one--Kinds and numbers found in Arctic
Ocean--Account of meeting with a whale in the _Indian_ of Nearchus--
Three hundred taken at a cast
WHITE (John), mentioned
WHITE (Sir Thomas), mentioned
WHITE (William), mentioned
WIGGLEWORTH (Nicholas), mentioned
WILLIAMS (John), mentioned
WILLOGHBY (Gabriel), mentioned--His will
WILLOGHBY (Sir Hugh). ORDINANCES, ETC., GIVEN HIM BY SEBASTIAN CABOT--
Appointed commander of Expedition--THE LETTER OF EDWARD VI. ENTRUSTED
TO HIM--Died in Lapland--Sails from Ratcliffe--Leaves Greenwich--Passes
Blackwall--Reaches Woolwich--Gravesend--Tilbury--Passes the Naze--
Anchors at Orwell Sands--Reaches the Islands of Rost--Loses sight of
the Edward Bonaventure in a storm--Discovers Willoughby's Land--Lands
and winters at mouth of River Varzina--Sends explorers to find
habitations--Perishes at mouth of Varzihai--Object of his voyage--His
body found by Russian fishermen--His body sent to England by
Killingworth--A witness to the will of Gabriel Willoughby--Portrait--
Mentioned
WILLOUGHBY'S LAND, mentioned--Supposed to be Kolgujev Island
WILSON (Roger), mentioned
WINCHESTER (William, Marquis of), mentioned
WITSEN, quoted
WLADIMIR slays his brothers--Turns Christian--Adopts the name of Basilius--
His sons
WLADIMIR, son of Jaroslaus, ruler of Kiev--Wages war against Constantine--
Concludes a peace--Named Czar
WORMS in men's legs
WOOD (Richard), mentioned
WOODFOORD (Alexander), mentioned
WOOLWICH mentioned
WRENNE (George), mentioned

YARMOUTH, mentioned
YAVATE, mentioned
YEM (river), mentioned
YEMPS, mentioned
YENISEI (river) once a hunting ground for whales
YORK CITY; mentioned
YORKE (Sir John), mentioned

ZENAN (Island), mentioned
ZENORAS, quoted
ZOLATITSA (Harbour), mentioned

INDEX TO VOL. IV

ABILFADA (I), his epitome--HIS OPINION OF THE ARCTIC OCEAN
ALCOCK (T.), mentioned, 11--His death
ALDAY (J.), LETTER TO MUSCOVY COMPANY
ALEPPO, mentioned
ALFERIUS, mentioned
ALLIBONE, quoted
AMSTERDAM, mentioned
ANTWERP, mentioned
ARDOK (river), mentioned
ARDOVIL, mentioned
ARZINA. See _Varzina_
ARMENIA, its trade with Venice
ARRASH, mentioned
ARUSBURG, mentioned
ASTRAKAN, mentioned--Besieged by Turks and Tartars--Attacked by the Crim
Tartars
ATHERTON (A.), released from prison
ATKINS (T.), his death

BABYLON famous for dates
BACKHOUSE (J.), mentioned
BAKU, celebrated for Petroleum--mentioned
BALAK (John), LETTER TO GERARD MERCATOR
BAMBOROUGH HEAD, mentioned
BAMBURCH. See _Bamborough_
BANNISTER (T.)--mentioned--HIS VOYAGE TO PERSIA--Goes to Casbin,--To
Tervis--To Shamaki--to Arrash,-Dies
BARE BAY, mentioned
BARNES (Sir George), mentioned
BARWICK. See _Berwick_
BASSENDINE (J.), COMMISSIONED TO SEEK NORTH EAST PASSAGE--Supposed to have
been wrecked and massacred
BAUTISUS (river), mentioned
BEAL OZERA (Lake), mentioned
BEARD, a wonderful
BEROZOVA USTLA, mentioned
BERWICK, mentioned
BIGGAT (W.), mentioned
BILBIL, mentioned
BODAN BELSKOY, a Russian councellor
BOGHAR (Bokhara), mentioned
BOMBASINE COTTON, HOW GROWN
BOMELIUS (Dr.), roasted to death
BORIS PHEODOROWICH, the Emperor's brother--HIS LETTER TO LORD BURGHLEY
--LETTER FROM WILLIAM CECIL--LETTER TO ELIZABETH--ANOTHER LETTER TO
LORD BURGHLEY--Chosen Emperor
BOTTEL (sound), mentioned
BOWES (Sir Jerome). HIS APPOINTMENT AS AMBASSADOR TO RUSSIA--HIS VOYAGE TO
RUSSIA--mentioned
BRIMSTONE, mentioned
BROWNE (R.), mentioned
BRUNSWICK, mentioned
BURGHLEY (Lord). See (_Cecil_)
BURROUGH (Christopher), HIS ACCOUNT OF THE SIXTH VOYAGE TO PERSIA
BURROUGH (Stephen), mentioned
BURROUGH (W.) Takes letter to Emperor of Russia--Captures Hans Snark, a
pirate--INTEROGATORIES ADMINISTERED TO HIM CONCERNING THE NARVE, ETC.
--DEDICATION TO ELIZABETH OF HIS MAP OF RUSSIA--The map given to Pet
and Jackman--HIS INSTRUCTIONS TO ARTHUR PET AND CHARLES JACKMAN--HIS
OPINION AS TO FITTEST TIME TO SAIL FOR ST. NICHOLAS--mentioned
BUSORMAN, an apostate
BUTLER (B.), mentioned

CABOT (Sebastian), mentioned
CALCONDYLAS (L.), quoted
CALCUTA its trade with Portuguese
CAMBALU a supposed city of Cathay--Supposed to be Pekin
CANADA, mentioned
CARA RECA see River Kara
CARAWOOL meaning of the word
CARDS playing at, a capital crime
CARLISLE (C), mentioned
CARPINI (J. de Plano), mentioned
CASBIN, mentioned
CASPIAN SEA, mentioned--Has no tide
CASSEL, mentioned
CATHAY, mentioned
CAVIARE, mentioned
CAZAN, mentioned
CECIL (W., Lord Burghley). LETTER FROM BORIS PHEODOROWICH--LETTER TO BORIS
PHEODOROWICH--ANOTHER LETTER FROM BORIS PHEODOROWICH
CHANCELLOR (N.) appointed purser to Pet
CHANCELLOR (Richard), mentioned
CHAPMAN (L.), HIS ACCOUNT OF EDWARDS'S FOURTH VOYAGE TO PERSIA--Mentioned
--dies
CHARE SIBERSKI, Prince of Siberia--taken prisoner
CHARTER GRANTED BY THE EMPEROR OF RUSSIA TO THE MUSCOVY COMPANY--ANOTHER
--ADDITIONAL PRIVILEGES--GRANTED BY SHAH OF PERSIA TO THE MUSCOVY
COMPANY--GRANTED BY PHEODOR IVANOWICH TO MUSCOVY COMPANY
CHERRY (F.), mentioned
CHESTER (V.), mentioned
CHETERA BABBAS (island), mentioned
CHETERA BOUGORI (island), mentioned
CHOLMOGORI, mentioned
CNOYEN (J.), mentioned
COLA, ADVICE TOUCHING A VOYAGE TO--Described
COCHE CALIFAY, Lord Keeper of die Great Seal of Persia
COLE (H.), mentioned
COLGOIEVE (island), mentioned
COLMOGRO. See _Cholmogori_
CORONATION CEREMONIES in RUSSIA
CURRENTS in Arctic Ocean

DANCY (E.), LETTER IN VERSE FROM TURBERVILLE,--Suggestion as to his
identity, ibid
DEE (Dr. John), INSTRUCTIONS TO ARTHUR PET AND CHARLES JACKMAN--COMMISSION
TO BRING HIM TO RUSSIA--LETTER FROM E. GARLAND--Refuses offers of
Emperor of Russia
DERBENT taken by the Turks--Built by Alexander the Great
DICE, play at, a capital crime
DOLGOIEVE (island), mentioned
DON (river) mentioned
DRAKE (N.), his criticism of Turberville
DUCKET (G.), mentioned--HIS VOVAGE TO PERSIA--Falls ill at Ardovil--Goes to
Casbin--Passes throngh Persepolis--Attacked and taken by Cossacks--
Ascends the Volga--Returns to England,--HIS ACCOUNT OF PERSIA--
mentioned
DWINA (river), mentioned
DYEING, PARTICULARS OF MODE EMPLOYED IN PERSIA, HOW TO BE ASCERTAINED

ECLIPSE of the moon
EDWARD VI, grants a charter to the Muscovy Company
EDWARDS (A.), LAWRENCE CHAPMAN'S ACCOUNT OF HIS FOURTH VOYAGE TO PERSIA--
Leaves Jeraslave--Arrives at Bilbil--Assisted by Erasbec Sultan--Visits
Shamaki--Teveris--Sends Chapman to Gillan--FURTHER NOTES AS TO HIS
FOURTH JOURNEY--Takes letter from Elizabeth to Shah Thamas--His death--
mentioned
ELIZABETH receives the Russian Ambassadors--HER LETTER TO THE EMPEROR OF
RUSSIA--DEDICATION OF BURROUGH'S MAP OF RUSSIA,-HER LETTER TO SHAH
THAMAS--ANOTHER LETTER TO THE EMPEROR OF RUSSIA--HER LETTER TO PHEODOR
IVANOWICH--HER LETTER TO BORIS PHEODOROWICH--LETTER FROM PHEODOR
IVANOWICH--LETTER FROM BORIS PHEODOROWICH
ELMES (R.), mentioned
EMPEROR OF RUSSIA, HIS TITLES--HIS HOUSEHOLD OFFICERS
ERASBEC SULTAN assists Arthur Edwards--Sends horsemen after Plumtree

FAUCET, (C.) mentioned--Left at Shamaki
FAUNA of Russia
FITZHERBERT released from prison
FLAX, mentioned
FLETCHER (Dr. Giles), HIS EMBASSY TO RUSSIA--HIS BOOK, _The Russian
Commonwealth_
FOULNESS, mentioned
FRANSHAM (R), mentioned
FRA PAOLO, his map
FREEMAN (W.), mentioned
FROBISHER (M.), mentioned
FURS sent to Elizabeth by Emperor of Russia--kinds to be had in Russia;

GALLANT (Cape), mentioned
GARLAND (E.) HIS COMMISSION TO THOMAS SIMKINSON TO BRING DR. DEE TO
RUSSIA--LETTER TO DR. DEE WITH OFFERS FROM EMPEROR OF RUSSIA
GARLAND (F.), mentioned
GARRARD (W.), mentioned
GEORGIA, mentioned
GERARD (P.), mentioned
GIBS (R.), mentioned
GILBERT (Sir H.) has a disputation with Anthony Jenkinson
GILGAT famous for silk
GILLAN, mentioned
GLOVER (T,), escapes from burning at Moscow
GOLDEN HAG, the fable of the
GOLDING (R.), mentioned
GOLETTA, mentioned
GRAVESEND, mentioned
GREENE, (T.), allowed to traffic in Russia
GREENLAND, mentioned
GREENSELL, (H.), burnt at Onunz
GREENWICH, mentioned
GROZIN, mentioned
GULIELMUS TRIPOLITANUS, mentioned

HAKLUYT (R.) LETTER FROM HENRY LANE CONCERNING FIRST EMBASSY FROM RUSSIA TO
ELIZABETH--INSTRUCTIONS TO M. HUBBLETHORN, DYER--NOTES TO ARTHUR PET
AND CHARLES JACKMAN--LETTER FROM GERARD MERCATOR
HALL (C.), mentioned
HALY (J.), mentioned
HAMEL, quoted
HARWICH, mentioned
HASTINGS (Lady Mary) asked for as a wife by Ivan Vasilowich II
HAWTREY (T.), mentioned
HEMP, mentioned
HERBERTSTEIN (S.) HIS DESCRIPTION OF THE COUNTRIES EAST AND NORTH OF RUSSIA
HERODOTUS, quoted
HEYWARD (R.), mentioned
HIDES, mentioned
HOLMES (C.), mentioned
HONEY, mentioned
HORSEY (Jerome) HIS ACCOUNT OF THE CORONATION OF PHEODOR IVANOWICH--Travels
from Moscow to England overland--Mentioned
HUBBLETHORN (M.), a dyer sent to Persia--INSTRUCTIONS FROM RICHARD HAKLUYT
HUDSON (Christopher) takes a letter to the Emperor of Russia
HUDSON (J.), mentioned
HUGRI (Land of), mentioned
HULL, the best market in England for fish
HUMBER, mentioned
HUNGON, mentioned
HUSSIE (L.), mentioned

ICE at Astrakan
ICKARY, See _Caviare_
IRENE (Empress), mentioned
IVAN VASILOWICH II., LETTERS FROM QUEEEN ELIZABETH--Asks Lady Mary Hastings
in marriage--His death

JACKMAN (Charles), COMMISSION FROM MOSCOVY COMPANY--INSTRUCTIONS FROM
WILLIAM BURROUGH--INSTRCCTIONS FROM DR. DEE--NOTES FROM RICHARD
HAKLUYT--HIS VOYAGE TO DISCOVER NORTH EAST PASSAGE--HIS FATE
JACOB (Dr.), mentioned
JAGELLON SOVEREIGNS of Poland--Sigsmuhd II., the last of the
JAPAN, mentioned
JENKINSON (A), HIS PROCEEDINGS IN RUSSIA--Presents his list of demands to
the Emperor--The Emperor's reply--LIST OF COUNTRIES VISITED BY HIM FROM
1546 TO 1572--Mentioned--His OPINION OF THE CURRENTS IN THE ARTIC OCEAN
JONSON (Ben), quoted
JUDD (Sir A.), mentioned
JUG (river), mentioned

KARA (gulf), mentioned
KARA (river), mentioned
KEGOR, mentioned
KELLEY (E.), mentioned
KENE (island), mentioned
KILLINGWORTH (George), mentioned--His wonderful beard
KINE, two kinds in Persia
KITCHIN (R.), mentioned

LAGHON, mentioned
LANE (H.), HIS LETTER TO RICHARD HAKLUYT CONCERNING THE FIRST EMBASSY FROM
RUSSIA TO ELIZABETH--LETTER FROM RICHARD USCOMBE--HIS ACCOUNT OF THE
DISCOVERIES FROM 1533 to 1583
LAPLAND proposed trade with England
LAPS, described
LEGENDS--The Golden Hag--Mute nations--Men that die and revive yearly--
Mysterious instruments--Monstrous nations--Human fish--Of Yaks Olgush
LIND (T.), mentioned
LITHUANIA, mentioned--Its conquest
LOCK (M.), agent of Muscovy Company
LOFODEN, mentioned
LOWFOOT, See _Lofoden_
MAGNETIC POLE, Mercator's views
MALTA, Turks at
MARSH (A.), mentioned
MARSH (J.), mentioned
MECCA, mentioned
MEKITA ROMANOWICH, mentioned
MERCATOR (Gerard), mentioned--LETTER TO R. HAKLUYT TOUCHING NORTH EAST
PASSAGE--LETTER FROM K. BALAK, HIS OPINION OF ENGLISH VOYAGES TO THE
NORTH EAST
MERICK (J.), EXTRACT FROM LETTER TO MUSCOVY COMPANY CONCERNING DEATH OF
PHEODOR IVANOWICH
MEROSRO (gulf), mentioned
METELLUS (J.), HIS OPINION OF ENGLISH DISCOVERIES IN THE NORTH EAST
MICA, mentioned
MOILE (Cape), mentioned
MOORE (J.), his death
MOORE (Sir T.), mentioned
MOORE SOUND, mentioned
MORZOVETS (Bay), mentioned
MOSCOW, mentioned--Burnt by the Crim Tartars--Its description and history
MUSCOVY COMPANY CHARTER GRANTED BY EMPEROR OF RUSSIA--Their house in
Seething Lane--FURTHER CHARTER FROM THE EMPEROR OF RUSSIA--CHARTER FROM
THE SHAH OF PERSIA--THEIR LETTER TO THE EMPEROR OF RUSSIA--LETTER FROM
JAMES ALDAY--COMMISSION TO ARTHUR PET AND CHARLES JACKMAN FOR DISCOVERY
OF CATHAY--INSTRUCTIONS TO THE RUSSIA FLEET (1582)--THEIR PETITION TO
THE EMPEROR OF RUSSIA--CHARTER FROM PHEODOR IVANOWICH--LETTER FROM JOHN
MERICK MUTE NATIONS--mentioned

NAPEA, mentioned
NARAMZAY (river), mentioned
NARVE, mentioned--REASONS AGAINST TRADE TO--Its conquest
NASE, mentioned
NAUGHTON (J.), mentioned
NEWCASTLE, mentioned
NEW FRANCE, mentioned
NEWNOX, mentioned
NEZAVOO, mentioned
NIJNI NOVGOROD, mentioned
NORDENSKIOLD, quoted
NORTH CAPE, mentioned--Doubled by Pet
NORTH EAST PASSAGE, COMMISSION TO BASSENDISE AND OTHERS TO SEEK--LETTER
FROM GERARD MERCATOR--PET AND JACKMAN'S EXPEDITION--HENRY LANE'S
ACCOUNT OF THE DISCOVERIES FROM 1533 to 1583
NOVAJA ZEMLIA, mentioned
NOVOGROD, mentioned--Its description and history

OATLANDS, royal residence
OB (river), navigable--Mentioned
OECHARDES (river), mentioned--Supposed to be Hoang-Ho
ORFORDNESS, mentioned
ORMUZ, Portuguese at
ORTELIUS (A.), mentioned
OSELLA (river), mentioned
OSEP NAPEA, mentioned
OSMAN BASHA, mentioned
OSORIUS, mentioned
OTWER, mentioned
OVEAK, mentioned

PACHYMERIUS, quoted
PARKER (M.) archbishop of Canterbury--LETTER IN VERSE FROM TORBEBVILLE
PAULUS VENETUS. See _fra Paolo_
PECHINGO, mentioned
PERASLAV, mentioned
PERAVOLOK, mentioned
PERMIA, its conquest
PERMIANS, described
PERSIANS, their bad faith--THEIR WRITING--How they treat strangers--Their
religion--Their power--Their opinion of Christ--Their spices--Their
money--Their learning--Their laws--Their various sects--Their Lent--
Their saints and pilgrimages--Their cleanliness--Their oaths--Their
messengers--Rites of marriage--Baptism--Their houses--Their manner of
eating--Their slaves--sale of their women
PET (Arthur), COMMISSION FROM MUSCOVY COMPANY--INSTRUCTIONS FROM WILLIAM
BURROGH--INSTRUCTIONS FROM DR. DEE--NOTES FROM RICHARD HAKLUYT
--Mentioned--HIS VOYAGE TO DISCOVER NORTH EAST PASSAGE
PETITION FROM MOSCOVY COMPANY TO EMPEROR OF RUSSIA
PETROLEUM, natural springs at Baku
PETSCHORA (district), its conquest
PETSCHORA (gulf)
PETSCHORA (river)
PHENOMENON, (lunar)
PHEODOR ANDREWICH PHISEMSKY, ambassador to England
PHEODOR IVANOWICH, CROWNED EMPEROR OF RUSSIA--HIS CHARTER TO THE MUSCOVY
COMPANY--LETTER TO ELIZABETH--ACCOUNT OF HIS DEATH
PHILIP AND MARY, mentioned
PINGLE (R.), mentioned--Left at Shamaki
PLAGUE, the great
PLUMTREE (L.), HIS ACCOUNT OF THE FIFTH VOYAGE TO PERSIA
POGORELLA (T.), ambassador from Russia to Elizabeth
POLAND, King of--becomes elective sovereign
POLES, described
POLOTZKO, mentioned
PORTUGUESE, their trade with Calcutta
PRINGLE (R.), mentioned
PROCTOR (N.), mentioned
PURCHAS, quoted

QUINSAY, a supposed city of Cathay--Supposed to be Canton--mentioned

RAMUSIUS (J.B.), HIS NOTE OF ABILFADA ISHMAEL'S VIEWS CONCERNING THE ARCTIC
OCEAN--HIS OPINION OF THE ENGLISH VOYAGES TO THE NORTH EAST
RANDOLPH (T.), ACCOUNT OF HIS EMBASSY TO RUSSIA--HIS COMMISSION TO
BASSENDINE--Mentioned
RATCLIFF, mentioned
REVEL, mentioned
RIBAZUBA, See _Walrus_
RICARDS (Jane), mentioned
ROMESAL (sound), mentioned
ROSE ISLAND, mentioned
ROWLEY (W.), escapes from fire at Mosco
RUSSIA, LATITUDE OF PLACES--DESCRIBED--ITS PROVINCES--ITS SOIL AND CLIMATE
--Its rivers--Its Fauna--ITS CHIEF CITIES
RUSSIANS, their mode of building--THEIR MILITARY ORGANIZATION--THEIR MANNER
OF LEVYING TROOPS--THEIR DISCIPLINE--THEIR CONQUESTS--THEIR HABITS AND
CUSTOMS--Their physical appearance--Their diet--Their powers of
endurance--Dress of nobles--Of gentlemen--Of noble women--Of the lower
classes

SAINT MARGARET'S (Kent), mentioned
SAINT NICHOLAS, mentioned
SALT, mentioned
SALTPETER, mentioned
SAMOYEDS, meaning of the name
SAMOYEDS, described
SANDERSON (W.), mentioned
SAVIN (A.), Ambassador to England
SAXO GRAMMATICUS, quoted
SEALS, mode of hunting
SEARCHTHRIFT (the), mentioned
SHAH OF PERSIA, see _Shah Thamas_
SHAH THAMAS, his charter to the Muscovy Company--Sends a messenger to
Bannister--Described--Letter from Elizabeth
SHALKAN (Andrew), Chancellor of Russia--befriends the Dutch
SHAMAKI, mentioned
SIBERIA, supposed to be a city--Its conquest
SIGISMUND II, adds Livonia to Poland--Mentioned
SILK, produced in Armenia
SILK-WORMS, mentioned
SILVESTER (D.), mentioned
SIMKINSON (Th.), COMMISSION FROM E. GARLAND TO BRING DR. DEE TO RUSSIA
SKINK, meaning of word
SLEDGES, in Lapland
SLOVODA, a palace in Russia
SLUDE, see _Mica_
SLURE SOUND, mentioned
SMITH (Hugh), HIS ACCOUNT OF PET AND JACKSON'S EXPEDITION
SMOLENSCO, mentioned
SODOM, stated to be Oveak
SOPHY, meaning of the title--His harem
SOUTHAM (T.), mentioned--Burnt at Moscow
SPARK (J.), mentioned
SPENCER (E.), LETTER IN VERSE FROM TURBERVlLLE STAMFORD--mentioned
STEPHEN BATHORE, establishes the Cossack Militia
STRABO, quoted

TABIN (peninsula), mentioned
TAILBOIS (M.), mentioned
TALLOW, mentioned
TANAIS. See _Don_
TANE, mentioned
TAR, mentioned
TARTARS attack Bannister--DESCRIBED--Exact homage from Russians--Their
manner of fighting--Their subtilty--Their religion--Their nobility--
Their diet--Their dwellings--Their different tribes--Their rules of
life
TETUSHAGOROD, mentioned
TEVERIS, mentioned--Capital of Persia
TILBURY, mentioned
TINMOUTH. See _Tynemouth_
TRAIN OIL, mentioned
TREASON, its punishment in Russia
TRIAL BY LOT, mentioned
TRIPOLI, a town of Syria
TRONDEN. See _Trondheim_
TRONDHEIM, mentioned
TSARITSNA, mentioned
TURBERVIILE (G.), his letter in verse--Criticism of by Drake
TURKS, their malice
TURNBULL (W.) mentioned
TWERDICO (S.), Ambassador from Russia to Elizabeth
TYNEMOUTH, mentioned

ULTA SOUND, mentioned
USCOMBE (R.), HIS LETTER TO HENRY LANE
USTIUG, mentioned

VAIGATZ (island), mentioned
VAIGATZ (straits), mentioned
VARDOE, mentioned
VARZINA, (river), mentioned
VEDAGOBA, mentioned
VENICE, its trade with Armenial--With London--With Turkey
VEROVE OSTROV, mentioned
VOLGA (river), mentioned.--Blessing of the river
VOLOGDA, mentioned

WALE (J. de), a famous Dutch merchant
WALRUS mentioned
WARDHOUSE, See _Vardoe_
WAX, mentioned
WHALES, mentioned--Information as to fitting out a ship for fishery
WILLES (R.), His notes concerning Arthur Edwards's fourth journey
WILLOUGHBY (Sir H.), mentioned--his body found by Russian fishermen--Sent
to England
WILLOUGHBY'S LAND mentioned
WINCLE (W.), mentioned--Wrecked
WITTINGAU, in Bohemia
WOODCOCK (J.), mentioned

YAKS OLGUSH, mentioned
YARMOUTH mentioned
YOURT, burnt

ZERE (island), mentioned

CONTENTS OF VOLS; II., III, & IV.

LIST OF PLATES AND MAPS.

IN VOL. II.

_None_.

IN VOL. III.

1. PORTRAIT of SIR HUGH WILLOUGHBY, FROM THE PICTURE AT GREENWICH.
Frontispiece
2. RUSSIAN, LODJA, after G. DE VEER--Facsimile. Facing page 121
3. SAMOYED ARCHERS, after LINSCHOTEN--Facsimile. Facing page 130
4. SAMOYED SLEDGE AND IDOLS, from AN OLD DUTCH ENGRAVING--Facsimile Facing
page 131
5. SAMOYEDS, from SCHLEISSING--Facsimile Facing page 132

IN VOL. IV.

1. MAP OF RUSSIA. Frontispiece

TABLE OF CONTENTS.

VOL. II.

I. An Epistle from Yuo of Narbona, containing the confession of an
Englishman touching the Tartars; recorded by Mathew Paris.

II. Libellus Joannis de Piano Carpini
Prologus
Chap. 1 _De Terra_ Tartarorum.
2 De Formis Tanarorom, de Conjogio, etc.
3 De Cultu et Ceremoniis
4 De Consuetndinibus et Cibis
5 De ipsorum Imperio
6 Qualiter se habent in Praeliis
7 De terris quas snbjugarunt
8 Quomodo bello occuratur Tartaris

III. The long and wonderful Voyage of Friar John Se. Plano Carpini, sent
Ambassadour by Pope Innocentius the IIII. An. Do. 1246, to the great
Can of Tartaria.

The first sending of Certaine Friers unto the Tartars from the 32.
booke of Vincentius Beluicensis his Speculum Historiale, beginning at
the second chapter 43

Chap. 3 Of the situation of the Tartars land
4 Of their forme, habite, and manner of living
5 Of their manners both good and bad
6 Of their lawes and customes
7 Of their superstitious traditions
8 Of the beginning of their Empire
9 Of the mutuall victories betweene them and the people of Kythay
10 Of their warre against India
11 How being repelled by monstrous men shapen like dogs, they overcame
the people of Burithabeth
12 How they had the repulse at the Caspian Mountaynes
13 Of the Statutes of Chingis Cham, of his death, of his sonnes etc.
14 Of the authoritie of the Emperour and of his dukes
15 Of the election of Emperour Occoday, and of the Expedition of Duke
Bathy
16 Of the Expedition of Duke Cyrpodan
17 How the Tartars behave themselves in warre
18 How they may be resisted
19 Of the journey of Frier John unto the first guard of the Tartars
20 How he and his company were at the first received of the Tartars
21 How they were received at the court of Corrensa
22 How we were received at the court of Bathy
23 How departing from Bathy, they passed through the land of Comania,
and of the Kangittae
24 How they came unto the first court of the new Emperor
25 Howe they came unto Cuyne, himselfe
26 How Cuyne enterteined the Friers
27 How he was exalted to his Empire
28 Of his age and demeanour and of his seale
29 Of the admission of the Friers unto the Emperour
30 Of the place where the Emperour and his mother tooke their leaves
one of another
31 How the friers gave and received letters
32 How they were licensed to depart
33 How they returned homewards

IV. The Journal of Frier William Rubruquis unto the East parts of the
World. An. Dom. 1253.

Chap. 1 Introduction
2 Of the Tartars and of their houses
3 Of their beds and of their drinking pots
4 Of their drinkes
5 Of their foode
6 How they make their drinke called Cosmos
7 Of the beastes which they eat, of their garments, and of their
manner of hunting
8 Of the fashion of cutting their haire, and of the attire of their
women
9 Of the Tartarian Women and their marriages
10 Of their execution of justice and judgment, and of their deaths and
burials
11 Of our first entrance among the Tartars
12 Of the court of Scacatai, etc.
13 Howe the Alanians came unto us
14 Of a Saracen which said he would be baptized, etc.
15 Of our afflictions which we sustained, etc.
16 Of the dominion of Sartach
17 Of the court of Sartach
18 How they were given in charge to goe unto Baatu, etc.
19 Howe Sartach, etc., doe reverence unto Christians
20 Of the Russians, Hungarians, and Alanians, etc.
21 Of the court of Baatu, etc.
22 Of our journey towards the court of Mangu Can
23 Of the river of Iagac, and of divers regions
24 Of the miseries which we sustained in our journey
25 How Ban was put to death; and concerning the habitation of the
Dutch men
26 How the Nestorians, etc., are joined together
27 Of their temples and idols, etc.
28 Of divers and sundry nations; and of certaine people which were
wont to eate their owne parents

VOL. III.

I. A briefe treatise of the great Duke of Moscovia, his genealogie, being
taken out of the Moscovites manuscript chronicles, written by a Polacke

II. Ordinances, instructions, etc., for the intended voyage for Cathay,
compiled by Sebastian Cabota, Esquier, in the yere of our Lord God 1553

III. Copy of the letters which Edward the Sixt sent to the kings, etc.,
inhabiting the north east parts of the worlde, in the yeere of Christ
1553

IV. Copy of a note found written in the Speranza, which wintered in Lappia,
where Sir Hugh Willoughby and all his companie died, being frozen to
death. Anno 1,553

Sub-section I.
The names of the ships, their captaines, and mariners

Sub-section II.
The Juramentum, or othe, ministred to the captaine

Sub-section III.
The othe ministred to the maister of the ship

V. The booke of the great and Mighty Emperor of Russia, drawen by Richard
Chancelour

VI. The testimonie of M. Richard Eden [concerning Clement Adams's
NAVIGATION BY THE NORTH EAST]

VII. The newe Navigation and discoverie of the kingdome of Moscovia by the
North East written in Latine by Clement Adams

Sub-section I.
Of Moscovie, which is also called Russia

Sub-section II.
Of Mosco, the chiefe citie of the kingdome, and of the Emperour
thereof

Sub-section III.
Of the discipline of warre among the Russes

Sub-section IV.
Of the ambassadours of the Emperour of Moscovie

Sub-section V.
Novogorode

Sub-section VI.
Jeraslave

Sub-section VII.
Vologda

Sub-section VIII.
Plesco

Sub-section IX.
Colmogro

Sub-section X.
Of Controversies in lawe and how they are ended

Sub-section XI
Of punishments upon thieves

Sub-section XII.
Of their religion

Sub-section XIII.
Of the Moscovites that are idolators, dwelling neere to Tartaria

Sub-section XIV.
Of the forme of their private houses, and of the apparel of the
people

Sub-section XV.
The conclusion to Queen Marie

VIII. The copie of the Duke of Moscovie and Emperour of Russia, his letters
sent to King Edward the Sixt

IX. The letters of King Philip and Queenie Marie to Ivan Vasilowich the
Emperour of Russia

X. Articles for the commission of the merchants of this country residant in
Russia and at the Wardhouse, for the second voyage, 1555

Sub-section I.
The othe ministred to the servants of the fellowship

XI. The letter of M. George Killingworth and...touching their
enterteinement in their second voyage anno 1555

Addendum.
Notice of coines, weights and measures used in Russia written by John
Hasse, in the yeere 1554.

XII. A copie of the first privileges graunted by the Emperour of Russia to
the English Marchants, 1556.

XIII. The charter of the Marchants of Russia granted upon the discoverie of
the saide countrey by King Philip and Queene Marie

XIV. Certaine instructions delivered in the third voyage for Russia. Anno
1556

XV. The navigation and discoverie toward the river of Ob. made by Master
Steven Burrough in the yere 1556

XVI. Certaine notes unperfectly written by Richard Johnson, servant to
Master Richard Chancelour, which was in the discoverie of Vaigatz,
1556

XVII. A discourse of the honorable receiving into England of the first
ambassador from the Emperor of Russa in the yere of Christ, 1556,
registred by Master John Incent, protonotarie

XVIII. The voyage of M. Stephen Burrough an. 1557, which was sent to seeke
the Bona Esperanza, the Bona Confidentia, and the Philip and Mary,
which were not heard of the yeere before

XIX. Instructions given to the masters and mariners passing this yeere
1577, toward the bay of St. Nicholas in Russia

XX. A letter of the company of the marchants adventurers to Russia, unto
George Killingworth, Richard, Giay, and Henry Lane

XXI. A letter of Master Thomas Hawtrey to the Worshipfull Master Henrie
Lane (1557)

XXII. A letter of Master Richard Gray to Master Henric Lane (1558)

XXIII. A letter of Thomas Alcock to Richard Gray and Henrie Lane (1558)

XXIV. A letter of Master Anthonie Jenkinson to Master Henrie Lane (1559)

XXV. A letter of the Muscovie Compaide to Henry Lane, Christopher Hudson,
and Thomas Glover (1560)

XXVI. Another letter to the foresaid parties (1560)

XXVII. The manner of Justice by lots in Russia written by Master Henrie
Lane.

XXVIII. The first voyage made by Master Anthonie Jenkinson toward the land
of Russia

XXIX. The voyage wherein Osep Napea the Moscovite Ambassadour returned home
into his countrey.... and a large description of the maners of the
countrey

Sub-section I.
Of the Emperour

Sub-section II.
Of their religious men

Sub-section III.
Of their baptisme

Sub-section IV.
Of their matrimonie

Sub-section V.
Of their buriall

Sub-section VI.
The names of certaine sortes of drinkes used in Russia

XXX. The voyage of Master Anthony Jenkinson to the citie of Boghar (1558).
written by himselfe

Addendum (_a_).
The latitudes of certaine places of Russia

Addendum (_b_).
The way from Astrakan to Cathaya

Addendum (_c_).
Another way more sure to traveile

Addendum (_d_).
Another route

Addendum (_e_).
Another way neere the sea coast

Addendum (_f_).
Certaine countries of the Samoeds

Addendum (_g_).
The way from Tanris to Campion in Cathay

XXXL A letter of Sigismond king of Polonia to Elizabeth

XXXII. The queenes letters to the Emperour of Russia (156l)

XXXIII. The queenes letters to the great Sophy of Persia

XXXIV. A remembrance of the company of merchants trading into Russia to
Anthony Jenkinson at his departure for Persia

XXXV. A compendious declaration of the journey of A. Jenkinson from London
into the land of Persia anno 1561.

XXXVL. The second voyage into Persia, made by Thomas Alcock in anno 1563.
written by Richard Cheinie.

The third voyage into Persia by Richard Johnson, Alexander Kitchin and
Arthur Edwards.

37. A letter of Arthur Edwards to Thomas

38. Another letter of Arthur Edwards to Sir Thomas Lodge, touching the
successe of Richard Johnson in the third voyage into Persia

39. A letter of Arthur Edwards to the (Muscovy) companie, showing his
accesse unto the Emperour of Persia

40. Another letter of Arthur Edwards written on his return out of
Persia

Sub-section I.
The wares which the Shaugh has written to be sent him

Sub-section II.
Distances of certain places in Russia

Sub-section III.
The way and distances from St. Nicholas to the Caspian Sea

XLL The way by water from Colmogro to Novogrod, by Thomas Southam

XLll. An act for the corporation of Merchants adventurers, Anno. 1566

XLIII. A very briefe remembrance of a voyage made by Anthony Jenkinson from
London, to Moscovia in the yeere 1566

VOL. IV.

I. The priviledges graunted by the Emperour of Russia to the English
merchants of that company. 1567

II. A letter of Henrie Lane to Richard Hakluit concerning the first
ambassage from Russia to Queene Eizabeth.

III. A letter of Queene Elizabeth to the Emperour of Russia

IV. The ambassage of Thomas Randolfe to the Emperour of Russia

V. A copie of the priviledges granted by the Emperor of Russia to the
English merchants 1569

VI. Other special grants by his Majesty

VII. A commission onto James Bassendine, James Woodcock, and Richard Browne
in a voyage of discovery to the eastwards

Certaine letters in verse by Master George Turberville

8. To his speciall friend Master Edward Dancie

9. To Spencer

10. To Parker

XI. The fourth voyage into Persia made by Arthur Edwards, written by
Lawrence Chapman

XII. Notes concerning this fourth voyage into Persia, gathered by Richard
Willes from the mouth of Arthur Edwards

Sub-section I.
The articles of the second priviledge, which are to be annexed unto
the former priviledge

Sub-section II.
The maner how the Christians become Busormen, and forsake their
religion

Sub-section III.
Of the tree which beareth Bombasin cotton, or Gossampine

Sub-section IV.
The writing of the Persians

XIII. The fift voyage into Persia made by Thomas Bannister and Geoffrey
Ducket, written by P. I. from the mouth of Lionel Plumtree

XIV. Further observations concerning the state of Persia, written by
Geoffrey Ducket

Sub-section I.
Of the name of the Sophy of Persia, and why he is called the Shaugh

Sub-section II.
Of the religion of the Persians

XV. The copy of a letter to the Emperour of Russia by Christopher Hodsdon
and William Burrough, 1570

XVI. A letter of Richard Uscombe to Henrie Lane, touching the burning of
the citie of Mosco by the Crimme Tartar

XVII. A note of the proceeding of Anthonie Jenkinson from July 1571 to July
1572

Addendum.
The names of such countries as Anthony Jenkinson travelled unto
from 1546 to 1572

XVIII. A letter of James Alday to Michael Lock touching a trade to be
established in Lappia

XIX. A request of an honest merchant to be directed in the course of
killing the whale

XX. The answer thereto

XXI. The deposition of William Burrough to certaine interrogations
ministred unto him concerning the Narve, Kegor, etc., to what king or
prince they do appertaine and are subject

Addendum (_a_).

Certaine reasons to disswade the use of a trade to the Narve
aforesaide, by way through Sweden

Addendum (_b_).
A remembrance of advise given to the merchants touching a voyage for
Cola

XXII. Dedicatorie Epistle to Queen Elizabeth, written by Master William
Burrough and annexed unto his mappe of Russia

XXIII. The Queene's letter to Shaugh Thamas (1579)

XXIV. Advertisements and reports of the sixth voyage into Persia and Media,
gathered out of sundrie letters written by Christopher Burrough, and
sent to his uncle Master William Burrough

Addendum (_a_).
Observations of the latitudes and meridian altitudes of divers
places in Russia. Anno 1581

Addendum (_b_).
Certaine directions given by M. Richard Hakluit to M. Morgan
Hubblethorne, dier, sent into Persia 1579

XXV. Commission given by the company of English merchants to Arthur Pet and
Charles Jackman for a voyage by them to be made for discovery of
Cathay 1580

Sub-section I.
Instructions and notes to be observed in the purposed voyage, given
by M. William Burrough

Sub-section II.
Certaine briefe advises given by Master Dee to Arthur Pet and
Charles Jackman

XXVI. Notes in writing that were given by W. Richard Hakluyt to Arthur Pet
and Charles Jackman.

Sub-section I.
What respect of islands is to be had and why

Sub-section II.
Respect of havens and harborrowes

Sub-section III.
Respect of fish and certaine other things

Sub-section IV.
The islands to be noted with their commodities and wants

Sub-section V.
If a straight be found, what is to be done, and what great
importance it may be of

Sub-section VI.
Which way the savage may bee made able to purchase our cloth and
other their wants

Sub-section VII.
Not to venture the losse of any one man

Sub-section VIII.
To bring home besides merchandize certaine trifles

Sub-section IX.
To note their (foreign nations) force by sea and by land

Sub-section X.
Things to be marked to make conjectures by

Sub-sections XI. to XXXVIII.
Things to be caried with you whereof more or lesse is to bee caried
for a shew of our commodities to be made

XXVII. A letter of Gerardus Mercator to Richard Hakluyt, touching the
intended discovery of the North East Passage.

XXVIII. The discoverie made by Arthur Pet and Charles Jackman of the
Northeast parts beyond the island of Vaigatz, written by Hugh Smith

XXIX. Instructions made by the company of English merchants for a voyage to
S. Nicholas in Russia, (1582)

Sub-section I.
The opinion of Master W. Burrough as to fittest time for the
departure towards St. Nicholas in Russia

XXX. A copie of the commission given to Sir Jerome Bowes, authorizing him
her majesties ambassadour unto the Emperour of Russia

XXXI. A letter from Her Highnesse to the Great Duke of Russia

XXXII. A briefe discourse of the voyage of Sir Jerome Bowes in the yeere
1583

Addendum.
The maner of the preferring of suites in Russia

XXXIII. A letter of Henrie Lane conteining a briefe discourse of that which
passed in the North East Discovery, for the space of 33 yeres

XXXIV. The most solemne and magnificent coronation of Pheodor Ivanowich in
the yeere 1584, seene by Jerome Horsey, where with is also joined
his journey overland from Mosco to Emden

XXXV. Pheodor Ivanowich, the new Emperors letter of privilege to the
English merchants, 1586

XXXVI. The ambassage of M. Giles Fletcher to the Emperor of Russia, 1588

XXXVII. The booke of the Russe Common-Wealth by Giles Fletcher

Section I.
The description of the countrey of Russia, with the bredth, length,
and names of the shires

Section II.
Of the soile and climate

Section III.
The native commodities of the countrey

Section IV.
The chiefe cities of Russia

Section V.
Of the maner of crowning or inauguration of the Russe Emperours

Section VI.
The style where with he is invested at his coronation

Section VII.
Their forces for the wars with their chief officers and their
salaries

Section VIII.
Of their mustering and levying of forces, maner of armour, etc.

Section IX.

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