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The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques, and Discoveries of The English Nation, v. 7 by Richard Hakluyt

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HOLLINSHED, quoted
HUGHES (R.), quoted
HYRACIDA, a city of Panchaia

ICELAND
ICHTHIOPHAGI, a race of fish eaters
IDIOTES, their drink
ILOPHAGI, a tree-inhabiting race
IMAUS (mountain)
INDIA, DESCRIBKD
--Its boundaries
--Rivers
--Climate
--Produce
--Fauna
--Precious stones
--Its inhabitants long-lived
--Dress
--Manners
--Burial ceremonies
--Religious ceremonies
--Castes
--Laws
--Fakirs
--Brahmins
--Suttee
--Curious marriage custom
--Fabulous stories
--Money
INDIES (West), A BRIEF DECLARATION OF THE ADMIRALS DEPARTING TOWARDS THE
INGULPHUS, abbot of Croiland, his journey
ISSEDONNES, eat the dead

JACOBITES
JAPAN
JENKINSON, mentioned
JOHN, mentioned
JOHN II. of Castille, mentioned
JOHN OF HOLLAND, his travels
JOSEPHUS, quoted, his history of the Jews
JUBA, said to have brought dogs from the Canaries
JUDEA. See _Palestine_

KATHERINE, regent of Castille, mentioned
KLOYER (Captain)
KORAN, given by Mahomet

LAGUNA (lake)
LANCASTER (James), his voyage to the Straits of Malacca
LANCEROT (island), See _Lauzarota_
LAUDONNIERE, his voyage to Florida
LAUZAROTA, DESCRIBED
LAROTAVA, a town of Teneriffe
LE MAIRE, his voyage to the Canaries
LEONARDSON (Captain)
LICOURICELY (meaning of)
LIME
LIRCEI, their manners
LISBON
LOCKE (T.), mentioned
LOPEZ (Francis), mentioned
LUZOM (island)

MACAO, possesses a printing press in 1590
MACES, their manners
MACHAM'S DISCOVERY OF MADEIRA
--Elopes with an Englishwoman
--Lands in Machico bay
--builds a chapel to bury her in
--Makes a boat and escapes to Africa
--The story confirmed by modern investigations
MACHICO, a town of Madeira
MACHLIES, their manners
MADEIRA, DISCOVERKD BY MACHAN
--Derivation of the name
--DESCRIBKD
--Its produce
MAGELLAN (straits of)
MAGI. See _Assyria_
MAHOMET, Either Arabian or Persian
--giveth the Koran
--Assisted by Sergius
--His religion
--Attacks Damascus
MALACCA (cape)
MALIAPOR, burying place of St. Thomas
MALMESBURV (William of), quoted
MAN, HIS ORIGIN
--False opinions as to
--Performs woman's work
MANILLA
MARIES, their manners
MAROUINES
MARTYR (Peter), mentioned
MASSAGETES, their habits
--Eat their old men
MAURICE (Prince)
MECCA
MEDEA, DESCRIBED
--Its boundaries
--Manners of the inhabitants
MEGASTHENES, quoted
MEINT (meaning of)
MELA (Pomponius), quoted
MELANCHLENI
MEMPHIS. See _Cairo_
MENDOZA (A. de)
MEOTIS (lake)
MERCHATES
MERMAID (ship), deserts Davis
MEROE, capital of Ethiopia
METRETES
MEXICO
MIDUALL. (Thomas), factor to Nicolas Thome
MOLUCCA (islands)
MOLYNEUX (E.), his map
MONGOLLS, a tribe of Tartary
MONSTERS
MOSES, mentioned
MOY LAMBERT (ship)
MUSTAPHA BASHA, his invasion of Nicosia and Famagusta

NARES, quoted
NASAMONES, their manners
NEPOS (C.), quoted
NESTORIANS
NEURIENS, their manners
NEWBERY (John), his voyage to China
NICOLS (Thomas), HIS DESCRIPTION OF THE CANARY ISLES
NICOSIA invaded by Mustapha Basha
NILE, its overflow
NOBLE, value of a
NORTH CAPE
NORTH EAST PASSAGE, Davis's hydrographical objection against
NORTH WEST PASSAGE, proved to exist
--Benefits to be derived by England from
NOVA ZEMLA

OB (river)
OCEAN cannot freeze
OCEANIDA, a city of Pauchira
ONLIVE, a curious form of ALIVE
OPHYOPHAGI, a race of snake eaters
ORANGE (ship)
ORCHELL, a kind of moss used for dyeing, exported from the Canary Isles
OROSIUS, quoted
ORTEGAL (Cape)
OSBORNE (Sir Edward), mentioned

PALESTINE, DESCRIBED
--Its boundaries
--Laws of its inhabitants
PALASSA, DESCRIBED
PANCHAIA, DESCRIBED
--Manners of its inhabitants
PAPYRUS, used for paper
PARTHIA, DESCRIBED
--Its boundaries
--History
--Manners of the inhabitants
PAULUS VENETUS, mentioned
PERSEPOLIS, Capitol of Persia
PERSIA, DESCRIBED
--Its boundaries
--Manners of the inhabitants
PERU
PETER IV, king of Aragon
PHARISEES, their peculiarities
PHILIPPINE (islands)
PICO DETEITHE. _See Peak of Teneriffe_
PIJE (Captain)
PLINY, quoted
PLOMPES (meaning of)
PLYMOUTH
POENI, DESCRIBED
--Eat lice
--Curious marriage custom
--Manner of taking an oath
--Their food
POLE, the place of greatest dignity
POLICRITUS, quoted
POMPEIUS (Trogus), quoted
POPILINIERE, mentioned
POSES (meaning of word)
PRESTER JOHN
PRINTING, in use at Macao in 1590
PTOLEMY, quoted

QUIT (Captain) shipwrecked

RAMUSIUS (J. B.), mentioned
RHODES (siege of)
RIALEIO, a town of Teneriffe
RIBAULT, his voyage to Florida
RICHARD, Earl of Cornwall, mentioned
RICHARD I., his voyage to Palestine
ROBERT (Curthose), his voyage
ROBIN HOOD, mentioned
ROTTERDAM, mentioned
ROVERS (meaning of)
ROWKE (meaning of)
ROXENT (cape)
RYZOPHAGI, their manners

SABA, a city of Arabia
SABELLICUS, quoted
SADDUCEES, their doctrines
ST. AUGUSTIN, quoted
ST. AUGUSTIN (cape)
ST. LUCARS
ST. NICHOLAS
ST. VINCENT (cape)
SALLUST, quoted
SALVAGES (island)
SANDRIDGE
SANDERSON (W.)
--Publishes a globe
SAN LUCAR, mentioned
SANTA CRUX, chief town in Teneriffe
SANTA MARIA (cape)
SARACENS, a tribe of Arabians
--Unite with the Turks
SCYTHIA, DESCRIBED
--History
--Manners
--Skinning of Enemies
--Religion
--Contracts
--Burial rites
SEGONIUS (M.), quoted
SERETENES, their habits
SERGIUS (Monk), assists Mahomet
SEVILLE
SHAKESPEARE, quoted
SIGETMUS, Bishop of Sherborne, mentioned
SKULLS, used as drinking cups
SNARL, the derivation
SNYTE, meaning of the word
SOLINUS, quoted
SOOTE, meaning of word
SPACHEFORD, (Thomas), traded with Canary Islands in 1526
SPENCER, His Faerie Queene, quoted
--His Shepherd's Kalendar, quoted
SPERMATOPHAGI, a vegetarian race
SPICES
STAPER, (R.), mentioned
STEVENS, (Thomas), his travels
STRABO, quoted
SUGAR, manufacture of
SUGAR CANES, planting and growth of
SWIFT, mentioned

TABIN (promontory)
TACITUS (Cornelius), quoted
TALE OF A TUB, an old proverb
TANAIS (river)
TARTARY, DESCRIBED
--Its boundaries
--Climate
--Military organisation
--History
--Habits of inhabitants
--Religion
--Food
--Dress
--Burials
--Government
TAUROSCHITHIANS, their manners
--Sacrifice shipwrecked mariners
TAURUS (Mount)
TELDE, a city of Grand Canary
TENERIFFE, visited by the Christopher
--DESCRIBED
--Its position
--mentioned
TENERIFFE (Peak of)
TEXELL
THEBES, a city of Egypt
THEUET (A.), his "new found world Antarctikc" criticized
THORNE (Nicolas), HIS ACCOUNT OF THE TRADE WITH THE CANARIES
THUNESSON (H.)
TISON (Thomas), the West India correspondent of N. Thrne
TRITONIS, a river of Africa
TROGLODITES, their manners
TROUGHES (meaning of)
TUNIS, invaded by Henry, Earl of Derby
TURKEY, DESCRIBED
--Boundaries
--Manners of inhabitants
--Military organisation
--Dwellings
--Dress
--Food and drink
--Education
--Laws
--Relation of the sexes

USHANT (cape)
VASQUEZ (F.)
VAYGATS
VENUS, curious worship of
VERDE (cape)
VERDE (cape), islands of
VIVERO, a town of Spain

WALSINGHAM (Sir F.)
WAN, its meaning
WATREMAN (W.), HIS FARDLE OF FACIONS
WHOTE (meaning of)
WIGHT (Isle of)
WILLOUGHBY (Sir Hugh), mentioned
WOMEN trained to war
--Perform man's work
--How to dispose of plain women in marriage
--Form a bodyguard to kings of India
WOOD (meaning of)
WORLDES HYDROGRGRAPHICAL DESCRIPTION. by J. DAVIS
ZABIQUES, their manners
ZWARTEKEYS, (J. C.), killed

VOL. VII.

ALEXANDER (The Great)
ALGIERS
ALLEN (I), sent to the low countries
ALTEMIRA (Conde de)
ALVA (Duke of)
ALVELANA
ANDRADA (Conde de)
ANGRA
ANJOU (Duke of)
ANTONIO (Don, of Portugal)
ANTONY (W.)
ARK ROYAL (ship)
ARMADA (THE GREAT)
--Its officers
--Description of its ships
--Preparations by the Duke of Parma, furthered by the Pope
--Treaty of alliance between England and the Netherlands
--England's preparations
--Commanders appointed
--An army collected at Tilbury
--Sails from Lisbon
--Enters English channel
--Advances up channel
--Anchors before Calais
--Attacked by fire ships
--Battle off Gravelines
--Determines to sail round Scotland
--Visits Orkneys
--Shipwrecked on the coast of Ireland
--Disastrous return to Spain
--Wrecks in the Hebrides
--Commemorative coins struck
--Public rejoicings
ASCENSION (ship)
ASHLEY (Sir A.)
AYDE (ship)
AZORES, A VOYAGE TO THE
--Mentioned
--VOYAGE OF GEORGE, EARL OF CUMBERLAND, TO THE
--FIGHT ABOUT, BETWEEN THE REVENGE AND THE SPANISH FLEET
--EXPERIENCE AN EARTHQUAKE

BARNAM (Alderman)
BARTON (Captain), wounded
BASSAN (Don A.)
BAYONN (islands of)
BEARES (W)
BELLINGHAM (H)
BENCASAMP (Beys Hamet), Ambassador from Morocco
BERGHEN
BERMUDAS
BEZA (Theo.), his verses to Queen Elizabeth
BIBLIOTHECA CURIOSA
BILBOA
BISHOP AND CLERKS
BLANCO (cape)
BLANKENBERG
BLUNT (Sir C.)
BONAVENTURE (ship)
BOND (M.)
BOROUGH (William)
BORSIS, burnt
BOSWELL (Capt.)
BOVADILLA (F)
BRAGANZA (Duke of)
BRASILL (promontory)
BRET (Colonel)
--Killed
BRITANDONA (Admiral)
BRODBANKE (J.), taken prisoner
BROMLEY (T.)
BROOKE (Sir H.)
BURLINGS (The)
BURRELL (J.) taken prisoner
BUTLER (Sir Philip)

CADIZ, EXPEDITION OF SIR F. DRAKE AGAINST THE SPANISH FLEET
--mentioned
--THE HONORABLE VOYAGE TO
CALAIS
CARELESS (Capt. F)
CAREW (Sir R.)
CAREY (Sir George)
CARRE (Captain), killed
CARSEY (Captain), mortally wounded
CARTHEGENA
CASCAIS
CATHOLICS, sent to Ely and Wisbeach
CAVE (Captain)
wounded
CAVERLY (Captain)
CECIL (Sir Robert)
CECIL (Sir Thomas)
CENTURION (ship)
--ITS FIGHT AGAINST 5 SPANISH GALLIES
CHATHAM
CHERUBIM (ship)
CIPRIAN (M.) ambassador from Don Antonio
CLEAR (cape)
CLIFFORD (Sir C.)
COMMISSION OF THE KING OF SPAIN FOR THE GENERAL ARREST OF THE ENGLISH
CONCEPTION (ship)
COOPER (Captain), killed
COOPER (R.)
COOPER (W.)
CORDALL (M.)
CORNISH (W.)
CORUNNA
CORVO (island)
COSTELY (ship)
CRANE (ship)
CRESCENT (ship)
CRISPE (Captain)
CROSSE (Captain), sent to England
--mentioned
CUMBERLAND (George, Earl of), VOYAGES TO THE AZORES
--mentioned
DARCIE (E.)
DARIUS, mentioned
DAVIS (John)
DEFIANCE (ship)
DENNY (Sir Edward)
DESMOND (Earl of)
DESMOND (Sir James), hanged
DESMOND (Sir John)
DESMOND (Morice of)
DEVEREUX (Walter)
DOLPHIN (Captain), wounded
--mentioned
DOLPHIN (ship)
DRAKE (Sir Francis), AN ACCOUNT OF HIS EXPEDITION TO THE BAY OF CADIZ
--His travels
--Second in command against Cadiz
--Mentioned
DRAKE (T.)
DRAKE (ship)
DREADNOUGHT (ship)
DREW (J.)
DUDLEY (H.)
DUDLEY (Sir R.)
DUFFIELD (M.)
DUNKERK

EARTHQUAKE
EDDYSTONE
EDWARD BONAVENTURE (ship)
ELIZABETH (Queen) visits the army at Tilbury
--Enters London in triumph after defeat of Armada
--Congratulations to
--Her prayer
ELIZABETH (ship)
EMDEN
EMMANUEL (Don, of Portugal)
ERINGTON (Captain)
ESSEX (Earl of)
--Joins the fleet
--Forms an ambush
--mentioned
ESCOVEDO, Secretary to King of Spain
EVESHAM (J.), HIS ACCOUNT OF THE VOYAGE TO THE AZORES
EXARAMA DE LOS CAVALLEROS
EXARAMA DE OBISPO

FAIR ISLE
FALCON (ship)
FALMOUTH
FAYAL
--Taken
FENNER (captain)
==rebuked

FIGHT, BETWEEN TEN SHIPS OF LONDON AND TEN SPANISH GALLIES IN THE STRAITS
OF GIBRALTAR
--BETWEEN THE CENTURION AND FIVE SPANISH GALLIES
--Between five ships of London and eleven gallies
FLEMING (captain)
FLICKE (R.), HIS REPORT AS TO SUPPLIES TO LORD THOMAS HOWARD
FLORES (A.)
FLORES (island)
FLORIDA
FLUSHING
FORESIGHT (ship)
FOSTER, captain of the Primrose
FRANCISCO (Don, de Toledo)
FROBISHER (Sir Martin)
FULFORD (captain)
FURTHO (captain)

GALEONS (description of)
GALLIASSES (description of)
GENEBELLI (F.), fortifies the Thames
GEORGE NOBLE (ship)
GIBRALTAR
GODOLPHIN (Sir Francis)
GOLDSMID (E.), his Bibliotheca Curiosa quoted
GRACIOSA (island)
GRAVELINES (battle off)
GRENVILLE (Sir Richard), his fight in the Revenge
--THE MOST HONORABLE TRAGEDY OF
GROIN (The)
GUZMAN (Don P. E. de)
GWIN (D.), conquers three Spanish ships

HALES (Sir J.)
HAMBURG
HATTON (Sir William)
HAVANA
HAWES (John)
HAWKINS (Sir John)
HELCLIFFE
HERBERT (Lord)
HINDER (captain)
HISPANIOLA, devastated
HOHENLOE (Count)
HONDURAS
HOPE (ship)
HOPKINS, preacher to Earl of Essex
HOWARD (Lord Charles)
--Appointed Lord High Admiral
--Mentioned
--HIS LETTER TO THE DUKE OF MEDINA SIDONIA
HOWARD (Lord Thomas)
HUNTLEY (colonel)

ILA (island)

JACKSON (Captain)
JOHN (Don, of Austria)
JONES (Philip), REPORT OF FIGHT BETWEEN FIVE SHIPS OF LONDON AND ELEVEN
GALLIES
JUAN (S. de Colorado)

KILLIGREW (W.)
KNIGHTHOOD conferred on Englishmen at Cadiz
LADD (J.)
LANE (Colonel)
LA ROCHELLE
LAS CASAS, his account of the West Indies, quoted
LEICESTER (Earl of)
LEIVA (Don P. de)
LEVISON (Sir R.)
LEWIS (island)
LINSCHOTEN (J. H. van), HIS ACCOUNT OF THE EXPLOITS OF THE ENGLISH AGAINST
THE SPANIARDS
LION (ship)
LISBON
LISTER (Capt. C)
--His death
LIZARD (The)
LONDON
--Plague of
--mentioned
LONG (H.)
LORES
LUBECK
LUNA (Don Juan de)
LYME
MADRE DE DIOS (ship), taken
MALACCA
MANDRANA (D. de)
MARCHANT ROYAL (ship)
MARGARET (ship)
MARGARET AND JOHN (ship)
MARKESBURY (captain)
MARY ROSE (ship)
MARY SPARKE (ship), voyage to the Azores
MEDINA (J. L. de)
MEDINA SIDONIA (Duke of), commands the Armada
--LETTER FROM LORD CHARLES HOWARD
MEDKERK (colonel)
MEG (ship)
MENDOZA (A. de)
MERVIN
METERAN (E. van), HIS ACCOUNT OF THE DEFEAT OF THE SPANISH ARMADA
MEXICO (bay of)
MIDDLEBOROUGH
MIDDLETON (captain)
MINION (ship)
MINSHAW (captain)
MONCADO (H. de)
--Wrecked
MOONE (R.)
MOUNSON (Sir W.)

NETHERLANDS, their treaty with England against Spain
NEWHAVEN
NOMBRE DE DIOS
NORRIS (General)
NORRIS (Sir Edward)
NORRIS (Sir Henry)
NORTH CAPE
NORTON (M.)
NOVA, HISPANIA, note of fleet from
NOWELL (H.)

OQUENDO (M. de)
--taken
ORANGE (Prince of)
ORCADES. See _Orkney_
ORKNEYS
OSTEND, Mutiny suppressed at
OUSLEY (Captain), Ambassador from General Norris

PALAVICINI (Sir H.)
PARMA (Duke of)
--His preparations in support of the Armada
PARTRIDGE (M.)
PENICHE
--Taken
--Mentioned
PERNAMBUCO
PETUIN (captain)
PHILPOT (captain)
PICO. See _Teneriffe_
PIEW (Captain R.), killed
PIGEON (M.)
PILGRIM (ship)
PIMENTELLI (D.), quoted
PLYMOUTH
PORTLAND
PORT REAL
PORT ST. MARY
PORTSMOUTH
PORTUGAL, VOYAGE TO
POURE (Captain Henry)
PRESTON (Sir Amyas)
PRIMROSE, THE ESCAPE OF THE, FROM BILBAO
PUENTE DE BURGOS

RAGUZA
RAINBOW (ship)
RAINFORD (T.)
RALEIGH (Sir Walter), sends two ships to the Azores
--mentioned
--HIS ACCOUNT OF THE FIGHT OF THE REVENGE
RALEIGH (ship)
RAM HEAD
RED ROSE (ship)
REVENGE (ship), HER FIGHT WITH THE SPANISH NAVY
REYMOND (Capt.)
RICALDE (J. M. de)
RICHARD (ship)
ROTTERDAM
ROW (J.)
ROWIT (M.)
ROYDEN (Captain)

ST. GEORGE (island)
ST. HELENA
SAINT JOHN (ship)
ST. MALO
ST. MARIE (island)
ST. MICHAEL'S
ST. VINCENT (cape)
SALOMON (ship)
SAMPSON (Captain A.)
SAMPSON (Captain J.)
SAMUEL (ship)
SAN ANTONIO attacked
SAN DOMINGO
SAN DOMINGO (cloister of)
SAN JULIANS
SAN LUCAR (island)
SAN PHILIP (ship), taken
SAN PHILIP (ship)
SAN SEBASTIAN
SANTA CRUZ (Marquis of)
SANT IAGO
SARMIENTO (P.), Governor of Straits of Magellan
SAUCY JACK (ship)
SCIPIO, mentioned
SERALTA (Marquis of)
SERPENT (ship), voyage to the Azores
SETUVAL
SEYMOUR (Lord Henry)
SIDNEY (Colonel)
SIXTUS (Pope), furthers the Armada
SPAIN, THE VOYAGE TO, BY COLONEL ANTHONY WINKFIELD
SPENCER (lieutenant), killed
STAPER (R.)
SUSAN (ship)
SUSSEX (Earl of)
SYDENHAM (Capt.), killed

TENERIFFE
TERCERA (island)
TERZA, explained
--Captains of
THIN (capt.)
TILBURY, army collected at
TITION
TOBACCO, mentioned
TOBY (ship)
TORRES VEDRAS
TRISTRAM (J.), killed
TWID

UMPTON (Colonel)
USHANT

VALDEZ (D. F. de)
VALDEZ (Don P. de)
--Taken
VANDERFOORD (Sir J.)
VAVASOUR (Thomas)
VENNER (T.)
VERA (J. de), taken
VERDE (cape islands)
VERE (Sir F.)
VERTENDONA (M. de)
VICTORY (ship)
VIGO, taken
--burnt
VILLA FRANCA (St. Michael's)
VIOLET (ship)

WAREFIELD (W.)
WATTS (M.)
WESTON (Sir R.)
WEYMOUTH
WHIDDON (captain)
WHITE DOVE (ship)
WILKINSON (E.)
WILLIAM AND JOHN (ship)
WILLIAMS (Sir Roger)
WILSON (captain)
WINGFIELD (Sir Edward)
WINGFIELD (Captain R.)
WINKFIELD (Sir J.), buried
WINKFIELD (Anthony), HIS ACCOUNT OF THE VOYAGE TO SPAIN AND PORTUGAL
--Mentioned
WOOD (B.)
WRIGHT (E.), HIS ACCOUNT OF THE VOYAGE OF GEORGE, EARL OF CUMBERLAND, TO
THE AZORES
YARMOUTH
YORK (Captain)
YOUNG (Captain), killed

ZANTE
ZOUCH (John)

END OF INDEX.

CONTENTS OF VOLS. V., VI., & VII.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

VOL. V.

I. A Catalogue of the Great Masters of the Order of the Dutch Knights,
commonly called the Hospitalaries of Ierusalem: and what great
exploites euery of the saide Masters hath achieued, etc.

II. The Oration or speech of the ambassadours sent from Conradus de Zoluer
master generall of the land of Prussia, vnto Richard the Second, King
of England, etc.

III. An agreement made by the ambassadours of England and Prussia,
confirmed by King Richard the Second

IV. The letters of Conradus de Iungingen, master generall of Prussia,
written vnto Richard the Second, King of England, in the yeere 1398,
for the renouncing of a league and composition concluded betweene
England and Prussia, in regard of manifold injuries offered vnto the
Prussians

V. A briefe relation of William Esturmy, and Iohn Kington concerning their
ambassages into Prussia, and the Hanstownes

VI. Compositions and Ordinances concluded between the messengers of Frater
Conradus de Iungingen master generall of Prussia: and the Chancelor and
treasurer of the realme of England 1403

VII. The letters of the chancelor and treasurer of England, vnto Frater
Conradus de Iungingen, master generall of Prussia 1403

VIII. The letters of King Henry the 4. vnto Conradus de Iungingen the
master general of Prussia, for mutual conuersation and intercourse of
traffique to continue between the marchants of England and of Prussia,
for a certeine terme of time

IX. The answer of Conradus thereto

X. An agreement made betweene King Henry the fourth and Conradus de
Iungingen

XI. An agreement made betweene King Henry the fourth and the common
societie of the Marchants of the Hans

XII. A letter of Henry the fourth vnto Frater Conradus de Iungingen

XIII. Letter from Frater Wernerus de Tettingen to Sir William Sturmy

XIV. The letters of Henry the 4. King of England vnto Vlricus de Iungingen,
1408

XV. The answer of Vlricus de Iungingen thereto

XVI. The letters of King Henry the 4. to Frater Vlricus

XVII. A new concord concluded between King Henry the 4. and Vlricus de
Iungingen

XVIII. That the Brittons were in Italie and Greece with the Cimbrians and
Gaules, before the Incarnation of Christ. (Camden)

XIX. The Trauaile of Helena

XX. The life and trauailes of Alexander the great, Emperour and King of
Britaine

XXI. Certaine Englishmen sent to Constantinople by the French King to
Iustinian the Emperour, about the yeere of Christ, 500. (Procopius)

XXII. The life and trauailes of Iohn Erigena

XXIII. Englishmen were the guard of the Emperours of Constantinople in the
reign of Iohn the sonne of Alexius Comnenus

XXIV. The woorthy voiage of Richard the first, K. of England into Asia, for
the recouerie of Ierusalem out of the hands of the Saracens. (Iohn
Foxe)

XXV. Epitaphium Richardi primi regis Anglorum apud Fontem Ebraldi

XXVI. Epitaphium eiusdem vbi viscera eius requiescunt

XXVII. The Trauailes of Gulielmus Peregrinus

XXVIII. The comming of the Emperour of Constantinople called Baldwin into
England in the yere 1247

XXIX. Confirmatio treugarum inter regem Angliae Eduardum quartum, et
Ioannem secundum Regem Portugalliae, 1482

XXX. The voyage of Matthew Gourney against the Moores of Algier in Barbarie
and Spaine. (Camden)

XXXI. The comming of Lyon King of Armenia into England in the yere 1386

XXXII. How the King of Armenia returned out of England

XXXIII. The memorable victories in diuers parts of Italie of Iohn Hawkwood
Englishman in the reign of Richard the second

XXXIV. The comming of the Emperor of Constantinople into England, 1400

XXXV. A briefe relation of the siege and taking of the Citie of Rhodes, by
Sultan Soliman the great Turke, translated out of French into English
at the motion of the Reuerend Lord Thomas Dockwray, great Prior of the
order of Ierusalem in England, in the yeere 1524

_Sub-section_ 1 The occasions why the great Turke came to besiege
the Citie of Rhodes

2 How the great Turke caused the passages to be kept, that none
should beare tidings of his hoste to Rhodes

3 How the lord great master consulted with the lordes for prouision
of the towne

4 Of the prouision for vitailes and ordinance of warre

5 How a Brigantine was sent to Candie for wine, and of diuers ships
that came to helpe the towne

6 How the corne was shorne downe halfe ripe and brought into the
towne for feare of the Turkes hoste

7 How the great master caused generall musters to be made, and sent a
vessell to the Turkes nauie, of whom he receiued a letter

8 The copie of the letter that the great Turke sent to the lord great
master, and to the people of the Rhodes

9 How the Turkes came to land in the Isle of Lango, and were driuen
to their ships againe by the Prior of S. Giles

10 How part of the nauie and armie of the great Turke came before the
citie of Rhodes

11 The number and names of the vessels that came to besiege Rhodes

12 How the lord great Master made his petition before the image of S.
Iohn and offered him the Keyes of the towne

13 How the women slaues would haue set fire to the towne

14 How the Turkes layd their artillerie about the towne, and of the
maner and quantitie of their pieces and gunshot

15 How the captaine Gabriel Martiningo came to the succor of Rhodes,
and all the slaues were in danger to be slaine

16 How the great Turke arriued in person before Rhodes

17 Of the marueilous mounts that the Turks made afore the towne, and
how the Captaines were ordered in the trenches

18 Of the politike repaires and defences that the ingenious Captaine
Gabriel Martiningo made within the towne against the breaches in
the walles

19 Of the mines that the Turks made: and how they ouerthrew part of
the bulwarke of England

20 How the Turks assailed the bulwarke of England, and how they were
driven away

21 How Sir Iohn Brough Turcoplier of England was slaine at an assault
of the English bulwarke

22 Of the terrible mine of the posterne of Auuergne

23 How the bulwarke of Spaine was lost and woone again

24 How the great Turke for anger that he could not get the towne,
would have put his chiefe captaine to death, and how they made 11
mines vnder the bulwarke of England

25 How the Turks were minded to haue gone their way, and of the
traitours within the towne, and of many great assaults

26 How the enemies assailed the posternes of Prouence and Italy, and
how they were driven away

27 How the treason of Sir Andrew de Merall was knowen, and of the
maruellous assaults that the Turks made

28 How the Turks got the plaine ground of Spaine

29 How a Geneuois came to the gate of the towne for to speake for a
treaty and deliuerance of the same

30 How the great Turke sent two of his men to the towne, to haue it by
intreating. And how the lord great master sent two knights to him,
to know his assurance

31 How the Ambassadours of Rhodes spake with the great Turke, and what
answere they had

32 How one of the Ambassadours made answere of his message, and how
the Commons would not agree to yeeld the towne

33 How the lord great master sent two ambassadors for the Commons to
the great Turke

34 How the Turks began the assault, and how the Commons agreed to
yeeld the towne

35 An answere to such as will make question for the deliuererance of
the citie of Rhodes

36 How the citie of Rhodes was yeelded to the great Turke, and of the
euill behauiour of certaine Turkes

37 Lenuoy of the Translator

XXXVI. An Ambassage from Don Ferdinando, brother to the Emperor Charles V.
vnto King Henry the VIII., in the yeere 1527, desiring his aide against
Solyman the great Turke

XXXVII. The antiquitie of the trade with English ships into the Leuant

XXXVIII. A letter of Henry the VIII. to John, King of Portugall

XXXIX. A voyage made with the shippes called the Holy Crosse and the Mathew
Gonson, to the isles of Candia and Chio, about the yeere 1534

XL. Another voyage to the isles of Candia and Chio, made by the shippe the
Mathew Gonson about the yeere 1535

XLI. The Epitaph of the valiant Esquire M. Peter Read in the South ile of
Saint Peters Church in Norwich

XLII. A discourse of the trade of Chio, in the yeere 1569, made by Master
Campion

XLIII. The first voyage of Robert Baker to Guinie with the Minion and
Primrose, set out in October 1562

XLIV. The second voyage to Guinie set out in the moneth of November 1563

XLV. The voyage of M. Roger Badenham with the great barke Aucher to Candia
and Chio, in the yeere 1550

XLVI. Another discourse of the trade to Chio in the yeere 1569 made by
Caspar Campion

XLVII. The true report of the siege and taking of Famagusta, a citie in
Cyprus 1571, Englished out of Italian by William Malim

XLVIII. A briefe description of the iland of Cyprus

_Sub-section_ 1 In Turchas precatio

XLIX. The true report of all the successe of Famagusta, made by the Earle
Nestor Martiningo, vnto the renowmed prince the Duke of Venice

_Sub-section_ 1 The first assault

2 The second assault

3 The third assault

4 The fourth assault

5 The fift assault

6 The sixt and last assault

7 The captaines of the Christians slaine in Famagusta

8 The names of Christians made slaues

9 The Fortifiers

10 Turkish Captains at Famagusta

L. The renuing and increasing of an ancient and commodious trade in the
Levant

LI. The letters sent from Murad Can to Elizabeth

LII. The answer of her Maiestie to the aforesaid letters

LIII. The Charter of the priuileges granted to the English, dated in Iune
1500

LIV. Her Maiesties letter to the Turke, 1581

LV. The letters patent graunted by Her Maiestie to Sir Edward Osborne and
other Marchants of London for their trade into the dominions of the
great Turke, 1581

LVI. The Queenes Commission to Master William Hareborne, to be her
Maiesties ambassadour in the partes of Turkie, 1582

LVII. The Queenes letters to the great Turke, 1582

LVIII. A letter of the Queenes Maiestie to Ali Bassa, the Turkes High
Admirall

LIX. A briefe remembrance of things to be indeuoured at Constantinople,
&c., touching our clothing and our dying, drawen by M. Richard Hakluyt
of the Middle Temple, 1582

LX. Remembrance for Master S., &c.

LXI. The voyage of the Susan of London to Constantinople

LXII. A letter of Mustapha Chaus to the Queene

LXIII. A letter of M. Harborne to Mustapha

LXIV. A petition exhibited to the viceroy for reformation of sundry
iniuries offered our nation in Morea

LXV. A commandement to Patrasso in Morea

LXVI. A commandement for Chio

LXVII. A commandement for Baliabadram

LXVIII. A commandement for Egypt

LXIX. A commandement to the Cadie of Alexandria

LXX. A commandement to the Bassa of Alexandria

LXXI. A commandement to the Cadies of Metelin and Rhodes

LXXII. A commandement for Aleppo

LXXIII. The voyage of Master Henry Austell to Constantinople

_Sub-section_ 1 The Turkes Passport for Captaine Austell

LXXIV. A Passport of the Earle of Leicester for Thomas Foster to
Constantinople

LXXV. The returne of Master William Hareborne from Constantinople ouerland
to London, 1588

LXXVI. The priuilege of Peter the prince of Moldauia graunted to the
English Marchants

LXXVII. The letters of Sinan Bassa to Queene Elizabeth

LXXVIII. A letter written by the Empresse, wife of the Grand Signior Murad
Can to the Queene, 1594

VOL. VI.

I. Dedication to the First Edition (of Vol. II., 1599)

II. The voyage of Macham on Englishman, wherein he the first of any man
discovered...Madeira,...written by Antonio Galuano

III. A briefe note concerning an ancient trade of the English marchants to
the Canarie Ilands, &c.

IV. A Description of...the Ilands of Canaria,...composed by Thomas Nicols,
&c.

V. The Fardle of Facions, conteining the aunciente Maners, Customs, and
Lawes, of the Peoples enhabiting...Affricke and Asia (1555)

(_a_) To the Righte Honourable the Erle of Arundel, &c.
(_b_) The Preface of the Authour

_The First Parte._

_Chapitre_ 1. The true opinion of the deuine, concernyng the
beginnyng of man

2 The false opinion of the Philosophre concernyng the beginnyng of
man

3 The deuision and limites of the Earthe

4 Of Ethiope, and the auncient maners of that nation

5 Of Aegipte, and the auncient maners of that people

6 Of the Poeni and thother peoples of Aphrique

_The Seconde Parte_

_Chapitre_ 1 Of Asie and the peoples most famous therein

2 Of Panchaia, and the maners of the Panqueis

3 Of Assiria and Babilonia, and the maners of those peoples

4 Iewry, and of the life, maners, and Lawes of the Iewes

5 Of Media, and the maners of the Medes

6 Of Parthia, and the maner of the Parthians

7 Of Persia, and the maners and ordinaunces of the Persians

8 Of Ynde, and the vncouth trades and maners of life of the people
therein

9 Of Scithia, and their sterne maners

10 Of Tartarie, and the maners and power of the Tartarians

11 Of Turcquie, and of the maners, lawes, and ordenaunces of the
Turcques

12 Of the Christians, of their firste commyng vp, their ceremonies and
ordenaunces

VI. The Conquest of the Grand Canaries, &c.

VII. The Summary or briefe declaration of the Admirals departing towardes
the West Indies

VIII. The Worldes Hydrographical Discription,...published by J. Dauis of
Sandrudg by Dartmouth...anno 1595, May 27

_Sub-section_ 1 To the Righte Honorable Lordes of Her Maiesties Most
Honorable Priuie Counsayle

2 The World's Hydrographical Obiections against al northerly
Discoueries

3 To proue a passage by the norwest, etc.

4 By experience of Trauellers to proue this passage

5 To proue the premisses by the attemptes of our owne countrymen,
besides others

6 By late experience to proue that America is an Iland, etc.

7 That the Ayre in colde regions is tollerable

8 That vnder the Pole is the place of greatest dignitie

9 What benefites would growe vnto Englande by this passage being
discouered

VOL. VII.

I. A voyage to the Azores with the Serpent and Mary Sparke, belonging to
Sir W. Raleigh, written by John Evesham

II. A briefe Relation of the notable service performed by Sir Francis Drake
vpon the Spanish Fleete prepared in the Road of Cadiz...in the yeere
1587

III. A True discourse written...by Colonel Antonie Winkfield emploied in
the voiage to Spaine and Portugall, 1589

IV. The Escape of the Primrose from...Bilbao in Biscay

V. The Spanish King's Commission for the generall arrest of the English

VI. The voiage of George, Earl of Cumberland to the Azores, written by
Edward Wright

VII. The valiant fight performed by 10 merchants ships of London against 12
gallies in the Straights of Gibraltar the 24. of April 1590

VIII. The valiant Fight performed in the Straight of Gibraltar between the
Centurion of London against five Spanish Gallies in April 1591

IX. A report of the trueth of the Fight about the Iles of Acores...betwixt
the Revenge...and an Armada of the King of Spaine; penned by the
honourable Sir Walter Raleigh, Knight

X. A particular note of the Indian Fleet, expected to have come into Spaine
this present yeere of 1591

XI. A report of master Robert Flicke...concerning the successe of a part of
the London supplies sent to my Lord Thomas Howard in the Azores

XII. A large Testimony of John Huighen van Linschotten concerning the
worthy exploits of the Earl of Cumberland, &c.

XIII. The miraculous victory achieved by the English Fleete under the Lord
Charles Howard upon the Spanish Huge Armada in the yeere 1588

XIV. Ad Serenissimam Elizabetham, Angliae Reginam, Theodor. Beza

XV. A briefe and true report of the Honorable voyage unto Cadiz, 1596

XVI A copie of the Lord Admirals letters to the Duke of Medina Sidonia

XVII. The Most Honourable Tragedie of Sir Richard Grinuile, 1595

XVIII. A True report of a worthy fight betweene five ships of London and 11
gallies, written by Philip Jones

XIX. Indices: viz.:--
Volume V.
Volume VI.
Volume VII.

XX. Contents: viz.:--
Volume V.
Volume VI.
Volume VII.

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