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Strona 531 - So then after the Lord had spoken unto them, he was received up into heaven, and sat on the right hand of God.
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Strona 5 - Collated with an unpublished Manuscript of Francis Fletcher, Chaplain to the Expedition. With Appendices illustrative of the same Voyage, and Introduction, by WILLIAM SANDYS WRIGHT VAUX, FRS, Keeper of Coins, British Museum, pp.
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Strona 4 - Edition out of print. Second Edition in preparation.) Issued for 1848. 4— Sir Francis Drake his Voyage, 1595, By Thomas Maynarde, together with the Spanish Account of Drake's attack on Puerto Rico. Edited by WD COOLEY.
Strona 5 - The Discovery and Conquest of Terra Florida, By Don Ferdinando de Soto, & six hundred Spaniards his followers. Written by a Gentleman of Elvas, employed in all the action, and translated out of Portuguese by RICHARD HAKLUYT. Reprinted from the edition of 1611. Edited with Notes & an Introduction, & a Translation of a Narrative of the Expedition by Luis Hernandez de Biedma, Factor to the same, by WILLIAM BRENCHLEY RYE, Keeper of Printed Books, British Museum, pp.
Strona 5 - The Geography of Hudson's Bay, Being the Remarks of Captain W. COATS, in many Voyages to that locality, between the years 1727 and 1751. With an Appendix containing Extracts from the Log of Captain MIDDLETON on his Voyage for the Discovery of the North-west Passage, in HMS "Furnace,
Strona 462 - I passed one degree, and would have gone farther if the weather had permitted ; for the ship was good. It was proper to act in this manner, for these are not voyages performed every day, nor could Your Majesty otherwise be properly informed.
Strona 462 - This happened the llth of June. And although the next morning we went out to seek for them, and made all proper efforts, it was not possible for us to find them ; for they did not sail on the proper course, nor with good intention. So I was obliged to return to the bay, to see if by chance they had returned thither. And on the same account we remained in this bay fifteen days ; at the end of which we took Your Majesty's orders, and held a consultation with the officers of the frigate.