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1. Voyager's Tales - Hakluyt, Richard,
2. Discovery of Muscovy - Hakluyt,
3. The Principal Navigations, Voyages,
4. The Principal Navigations, Voyages,
5. Voyages in Search of the North-West
6. The Principal Navigations, Voyages,
7. The Principal Navigations, Voyages,
8. The Principal Navigations, Voyages,
9. The Principal Navigations, Voyages,
10. The Principal Navigations, Voyages,
11. The Principal Navigations, Voyages,
12. The Principal Navigations, Voyages,
 
13. A Selection of Principal Voyages,
14. The Principal Navigations, Voyages,
15. The Principal Navigations, Voyages,
16. The Principal Navigations, Voyages,
17. The Principal Navigations, Voyages,
 
18. Voyages of the English nation
 
19. Voyages of Drake & Gilbert:
 
20. Voyages of the Elizabethan seamen

1. Voyager's Tales - Hakluyt, Richard, 1552-1616
by Richard, 1552-1616 Hakluyt
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Richard Hakluyt, notwithstanding the Dutch look of his name, was of a
good British stock, from Wales or the Welsh borders.At the beginning
of the fourteenth century an ancestor of his, Hugo Hakelute, sat in
Parliament as member for Leominster.

Richard Hakluyt, born about five years before the accession of Queen
Elizabeth, was a boy at Westminster School, when visits to a cousin in
the Middle Temple, also a Richard Hakluyt, first planted in him an
enthusiasm for the study of adventure towards a wider use and knowledge
of the globe we live upon.As a student at Christ Church, Oxford, all
his leisure was spent on the collection and reading of accounts of
voyage and adventure.He graduated as B. A. in 1574, as M. A. in 1577,
and lectured publicly upon geography, showing "both the old imperfectly
composed, and the new lately reformed maps, globes, spheres, and other
instruments of this art."
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2. Discovery of Muscovy - Hakluyt, Richard, 1552-1616
by Richard, 1552-1616 Hakluyt
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The first relations between England and Russia were established in
Queen Elizabeth's reign, in the manner here set forth, by the
expedition undertaken by Sir Hugh Willoughby and completed by
Richard Chanceler or Chancellor, captain of the Edward Bonaventure.
Chanceler went on after Willoughby and the crew of his ship, The
Admiral, with the crew of another vessel in the expedition, had been
parted from Chanceler in a storm in the North Sea, and Willoughby's
men were all frozen to death.A few men belonging to the other ship
were believed to have found their way back to England.The story of
Chanceler's voyage and the following endeavours to open Muscovy to
English trade is here given, as it was told in Hakluyt's collection
of "The Principal Navigations, Voyages, and Discoveries made by the
English Nation," the folio published in 1589.
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3. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English NationVolume 02 - Hakluyt, Richard, 1552-1616
by Richard, 1552-1616 Hakluyt
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The Lord therefore being prouoked to indignation, by reason of this and
other sinnes committed among vs Christians, is become, as it were, a
destroying enemie, and a dreadful auenger. This I may iustly affirme to be
true, because an huge nation, and a barbarous and inhumane people, whose
law is lawlesse, whose wrath is furious, euen the rod of Gods anger,
ouerrunneth, and vtterly wasteth infinite countreyes, cruelly abolishing
all things where they come, with fire and sword. And this present Summer,
the foresayd nation, being called Tartars, departing out of Hungarie, which
they had surprised by treason, layd siege vnto the very same towne, wherein
I my selfe abode, with many thousands of souldiers: neither were in the
sayd towne on our part aboue 50. men of warre, whom, together with 20.
cros-bowes, the captaine had left in garrison. All these, out of certeine
high places, beholding the enemies vaste armie, and abhorring the beastly
crueltie of Antichrist his complices, signified foorthwith vnto their
gouernour, the hideous lamentations of his Christian subiects, who suddenly
being surprised in all the prouince adioyning, without any difference or
respect of condition, fortune, sexe, or age, were by manifolde cruelties,
all of them destroyed with whose carkeises, the Tartarian chieftains, and
their brutish and sauage followers, glutting themselues, as with delicious
cates, left nothing for vultures but the bare bones. And a strange thing it
is to consider, that the greedie and rauenous vultures disdeined to praye
vpon any of the reliques, which remained. Olde, and deformed women they
gaue, as it were for dayly sustenance, vnto their Canibals; the beautifull
deuoured they not, but smothered them lamenting and scritching, with forced
and vnnaturall rauishments. Like barbarous miscreants, they quelled virgins
vnto death, and cutting off their tender paps to present for deinties vnto
their magistrates, they engorged themselues with their bodies.
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4. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English NationVolume 01 - Hakluyt, Richard, 1552-1616
by Richard, 1552-1616 Hakluyt
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RICHARD HAKLUYT TO THE FAVOURABLE READER

I haue thought it very requisite for thy further instruction and direction
in this historie (Good Reader) to acquaint thee brieflie with the Methode
and order which I haue vsed in the whole course thereof: and by the way
also to let thee vnderstand by whose friendly aide in this my trauell I
haue bene furthered: acknowledging that ancient speach to be no lesse true
then inenious, that the offence is great, Non agnoscere per quos
profeceris, not to speake of them by whom a man in his indeuours is
assisted.
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5. Voyages in Search of the North-West Passage - Hakluyt, Richard, 1552-1616
by Richard, 1552-1616 Hakluyt, Henry, 1822-1894 Morley
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it was a Phantom Ship that made some voyages to different parts of the
world which were recorded in early numbers of Charles Dickens's
"Household Words."As preface to Richard Hakluyt's records of the first
endeavour of our bold Elizabethan mariners to find North-West Passage to
the East, let me repeat here that old voyage of mine from No. 55 of
"Household Words," dated the 12th of April, 1851: The _Phantom_ is fitted
out for Arctic exploration, with instructions to find her way, by the
north-west, to Behring Straits, and take the South Pole on her passage
home.Just now we steer due north, and yonder is the coast of Norway.
From that coast parted Hugh Willoughby, three hundred years ago; the
first of our countrymen who wrought an ice-bound highway to Cathay.Two
years afterwards his ships were found, in the haven of Arzina, in
Lapland, by some Russian fishermen; near and about them Willoughby and
his companions--seventy dead men.The ships were freighted with their
frozen crews, and sailed for England; but, "being unstaunch, as it is
supposed, by their two years' wintering in Lapland, sunk, by the way,
with their dead, and them also that brought them."
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6. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English NationVolume 04 - Hakluyt, Richard, 1552-1616
by Richard, 1552-1616 Hakluyt
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One onely strengthener of all things, and God without beginning, which was
before the world, the Father, the Sonne, and the holy Ghost, our onely God
in Trinitie, and maker of all things whom we worship in all things, and in
all places, the doer and fulfiller of all things, which is the perfect
knowledge giuer of the true God, our Lorde Iesus Christ, with the comforter
the holy Spirit, and thou which art the strengthener of our faith, keepe vs
together, and giue vs health to preserue our kingdome, thou giuer of all
good fruites, and helper of all Christian beleeuers.
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7. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English NationVolume 11 - Hakluyt, Richard, 1552-1616
by Richard, 1552-1616 Hakluyt
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The voyage of Henrie Eatle of Derbie, after Duke of Hereford, and lastly
Henry the fourth King of England, to Tunis in Barbarie, with an army of
Englishmen mitten by Polidore Virgill. pag. 1389.

Franci interim per inducias nacti ocium, ac simul Genuensium precibus
defatigati, bellum in Afros, qui omnem oram insulasque Italiae latiocinijs
infestas reddebant, suscipiunt. Richardus quoque rex Angliae rogatus
auxilium, mittit Henricum comitem Derbiensem cum electa Anglicae pubis manu
ad id bellum faciendum. Igitur Franci Anglique viribus et animis
consociatis in Africam traijciunt, qui vbi littus attigere, eatenus a
Barbaris descensione prohibiti sunt, quoad Anglorum sagittariorum virtute
factum est, vt aditus pateret: in terram egressi recta Tunetam vrbem regiam
petunt, ac obsident. Barbari timore affecti de pace ad eos legates mittunt,
quam nostris dare placuit, vt soluta certa pecuniae summa ab omni deinceps
Italiae, Galliaeque ora mamis abstinerent. Ita peractis rebus post paucos
menses, quam eo itum erat, domum repediatum est.

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8. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation. Vol. XIII. America. Part II. - Hakluyt, Ri
by Richard, 1552-1616 Hakluyt
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And first for traffique, I say that the Christians may lawfully trauell
into those Countries and abide there: whom the Sauages may not iustly
impugne and forbidde in respect of the mutuall societie and fellowshippe
betweene man and man prescribed by the Law of Nations.

For from the first beginning of the creation of the world, and from the
renewing of the same after Noes flood, all men haue agreed, that no
violence should be offered to Ambassadours: That the Sea with his Hauens
should be common: That such as should fortune to be taken in warre, should
be seruants or slaues: And that strangers should not be driuen away from
the place or Countrey whereunto they doe come.
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9. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English NationVolume 08 Asia, Part I - Hakluyt, Richard
by Richard, 1552-1616 Hakluyt
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The life and trauailes of Pelagius borne in Wales.

Pelagius Cambrius ex ea Britanniae parte oriundus, famati illius Collegij
Bannochorensis a Cestria non procul, praepositus, erat, in quo Christianorum
philosophorum duo millia ac centum, ad plebis in Christo commoditatem
militabant, manuum suarum laboribus, iuxta Pauli doctrinam victitantes.
Post quam plures exhibitos, pro Christiana Repub. labores, vir eruditione
insignis, et tum Graece, tum Latine peritus, vt Tertullianus alter,
quorundam Clericorum lacessitus iniurijs, grauatim tulit, ac tandem a fide
defecit.
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10. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques, and Discoveries of The English Nation, Vol. XII., America, Part I. - Hakluyt, Ri
by Richard, 1552-1616 Hakluyt
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The most ancient Discovery of the West Indies by Madoc the sonne of Owen
Guyneth Prince of North-wales, in the yeere 1170: taken out of the
history of Wales, lately published by M. Dauid Powel Doctor of
Diuinity.[4]

After the death of Owen Guyneth, his sonnes fell at debate who should
inherit after him: for the eldest sonne borne in matrimony, Edward or
Iorweth Drwydion, was counted vnmeet to gouerne, because of the maime upon
his face: and Howell that tooke vpon him all the rule was a base sonne,
begotten upon an Irish woman. Therefore Dauid gathered all the power he
could, and came against Howel, and fighting with him, slew him; and
afterwards inioyed quietly the whole land of Northwales, vntil his brother
Iorwerths sonne came to age. [Sidenote: Madoc the son of Owen Guyneth.]
Madoc another of Owen Guyneth his sonnes left the land in contention
betwixt his brethren, and prepared certaine ships, with men and munition,
and sought aduentures by Seas, sailing West, and leauing the coast of
Ireland so farre North, that he came vnto a land vnknowen, where he saw
many strange things.
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11. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English NationVolume 09 Asia, Part II - Hakluyt, Richar
by Richard, 1552-1616 Hakluyt
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Totum Imperium Imperatoris Grand Can distinctum est in 12. magnas
prouincias, iuxta numerum duodecim filiorum primi Genitoris Can, quarum
quaelibet in se continet circiter 6. millia ciuitatum, praeter villas non
numeratas quae sunt Velut absque numero. Habent et singulae prouinciae regem
principalem, hoc est 12. reges prouinciales, et horum quisque sub se reges
Insularum plurimos, alij 50. alij centum, alij plures, qui omnes et singuli
subiectissime obediunt Grand Can Imperatori. Harum prouinciarum maior, et
nobilior dicitur Cathay, qui consistit in Asia profunda. Tres enim sunt
Asiae, scilicet quae profunda dicitur, et Asia dicta maior quae nobis est
satis propinquior et tertia minor intra quam est Ephesus beati Ioannis
Euangelistae sepultura, de qua habes in praecedentibus. Audistis statum
magnatum et nobilium esse permagnificum, et gloriosum, sed sciatis longe
secus esse apud communes et priuatos homines tam in ciuitatibus quam in
forensibus totius Tartariae. In prouincijs autem Cathay habetur tantum de
mercimonijs specierum, et de operibus sericosis; quod multis facilius
acquirere esset praetiosum indumentam, quam camisium de lino. Vnde et
quicunque sunt alicuius honestatis non carent desuper precioso vestimento.
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12. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English NationVolume 10 Asia, Part III - Hakluyt, Richa
by Richard, 1552-1616 Hakluyt
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The manner of the entring of Soliman the great Turke, with his armie into
Aleppo in Syria, marching towards Persia against the Great Sophie, the
fourth day of Nouember, 1553, noted by Master Anthony Ienkinson, present
at that time.

There marched before the Grand Signior, otherwise called the great Turke,
6000 Esperes, otherwise called light horsemen very brave, clothed all in
scarlet.

After, marched 10000 men, called Nortans, which be tributaries to the Great
Turke, clothed all in yellow veluet, and hats of the same, of the Tartary
fashion, two foote long, with a great role of the same colour about their
foreheads, richly decked, with their bowes in their hands, of the Turkish
fashion.
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13. A Selection of Principal Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation By Richard Hakluyt 1552-1616 : Set Out with Many Embellishments and a Preface.
by Laurence Irving
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14. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation ? Volume 06Madiera, the Canaries, Ancient Asia, Africa, etc.
by Richard, 1552-1616 Hakluyt
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This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers. You may find it for free on the web. Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery. ... Read more


15. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English NationVolume 07 England's Naval Exploits Agains
by Richard, 1552-1616 Hakluyt
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ENGLAND'S NAVAL EXPLOITS AGAINST SPAIN

A voyage to the Azores with two pinases, the one called the Serpent, and
the other the Mary Sparke of Plimouth, both of them belonging to Sir
Walter Raleigh, written by John Euesham Gentleman, wherein were taken the
gouernour, of the Isle of Sainct Michael, and Pedro Sarmiento gouernour
of the Straits of Magalanes, in the yeere 1586.
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16. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English NationVolume 06 Madiera, the Canaries, Ancient
by Richard, 1552-1616 Hakluyt
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The voyage of Macham an English man, wherein he first of any man discouered
the Iland of Madera, recorded verbatim in the Portugall history, written
by Antonio Galuano.

[Sidenote: Madera first discouered by one Macham an Englishman.] In the
yeere 1344, King Peter the fourth of that name reigning in Aragon, the
Chronicles of his age write that about this time the Iland of Madera,
standing in 32 degrees, was discouered by an English man, which was named
Macham, who sailing out of England into Spaine, with a woman that he had
stollen, arriued by tempest in that Iland, and did cast anker in that hauen
or bay, which now is called Machico after the name of Macham. And because
his louer was sea sicke, he went on land with some of his company, and the
shippe with a good winde made saile away, and the woman died for thought.
[Sidenote: Macham made there a chapel, naming it Iesus chapell.] Macham,
which loued her dearely built a chapell, or hermitage, to bury her in,
calling it by the name of Iesus, and caused his name and hers to be written
or grauen vpon the stone of her tombe, and the occasion of their arriuall
there. And afterward he ordeined a boat made of one tree (for there be
trees of a great compasse about) and went to sea in it, with those men that
he had, and were left behinde with him, and came vpon the coast of Afrike,
without saile or oare. And the Moores which saw it tooke it to be a
maruellous thing, and presented him vnto the king of that countrey for a
woonder, and that king also sent him and his companions for a miracle vnto
the king of Castile.
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17. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English NationVolume 05 Central and Southern Europe -
by Richard, 1552-1616 Hakluyt
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The order of the Dutch knights had their first original at Ierusalem in the
yere of our Lorde 1190. within the Hospitall of the blessed Virgine: and
the first Master of the saide order was called Henrie of Walpot, vnder
whome many good things, and much wealth and riches were throughout all
Germanie and Italie procured vnto the order: and the saide Hospitall was
remoued from Ierusalem vnto Ptolemais, otherwise called Acon, and the
foresaid Order grew and mightily increased, whereof I will hereafter
discourse more at large in my Treatise of Syria. Henrie of Walpot deceased
in the yeere of Christ 1200. The 2. Master was Otto of Kerpen, and he
continued Master of the Order for the space of sixe yeeres. The 3. was
Hermannus Bart a godly and deuout person, who deceased in the yeere 1210.
being interred at Acon, as his predecessors were. The 4. was Hermannus de
Saltza, who thirtie yeeres together gouerned the saide Order, and managed
the first expedition of warre against the Infidels of Prussia, and ordained
another Master also in Prussia to bee his Deputie in the same region.
[Sidenote: Ensiferi fratres.] In the yeere 1239. the knights of the sword,
who trauailed into Liuonia to conuert the inhabitants thereof vnto Christ,
seeing they were not of sufficient force to performe that enterprise, and
that their enemies increased on all sides, they vnited themselues vnto the
famous Order of the Dutch knights in Prussia, that their worthie attempt
might bee defended and promoted by the aide and assistance of the saide
Dutch knights. [Sidenote: The first war moued against the Prussian
infidels, anno dom. 1239.] At the very same time the ensigne of the crosse
was exalted throughout all Germanie against the Prussians, and a great
armie of souldiers was gathered together, the Burgraue of Meidenburg being
generall of the armie, who combining themselues vnto the Dutch knights,
ioyned battell with the Infidels, and slew about fiue hundred Gentiles, who
beforetime had made horrible inuasions and in-roades into the dominions of
Christians wasting all with fire and sword, but especially the land of
Colm, and Lubonia, which were the Prouinces of Conradus Duke of Massouia.
Nowe, the foresaide knights hauing made so huge a slaughter, built the
castle of Reden, betweene Pomerania and the land of Colm, and so by degrees
they gotte footing in the lande, and daylie erected more castles, as
namely, Crutzburg, Wissenburg, Resil, Bartenstein, Brunsburg, and
Heilsburg, and furnished them all with garrisons. The fift Master of the
Order was Conradus Landgrauius, the brother of Lodouick, which was husband
vnto Ladie Elizabeth. This, Conradus, by his fathers inheritance, gaue
great riches and possessions vnto the Order, and caused Ladie Elizabeth to
be interred at Marpurg, within the religious house of his saide Order.
Vnder the gouernment of this Master, Acon in the lande of Palestina was
subdued vnto the Saracens. Moreouer, in the yeere 1254. there was another
great armie of Souldiers prepared against Prussia, by the Princes of
Germanie. For Octacer, alias Odoacer king of Bohemia, Otto Marques of
Brandeburg, the Duke of Austria, the Marques of Morauia, the Bishops of
Colen and of Olmutz came marching on with great strength of their Nobles
and common Souldiers, and inuading the lande of Prussia in the Winter
season, they constrained the inhabitants thereof to receiue the Christian
faith, and to become obedient vnto the knights. After which exploite, by
the aduise and assistance of king Odoacer, there was a castle built vpon a
certaine hill of Samogitia, which immediately after grewe to be a great
citie, being at this day the seate of the Prince of Prussia: and it was
called by Odoacer Kunigsburg, that is to say, Kings Mount, or Mount royall,
being finished in the yeere 1255. Out of this fort, the knights did bridle
and restraine the furie of the Infidels on all sides, and compelled them to
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18. Voyages of the English nation to America. Collected by Richard H
by Hakluyt. Richard. 1552?-1616.
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19. Voyages of Drake & Gilbert: select narratives from the "Principal navigations" of Hakluyt
by Richard, 1552?-1616 Hakluyt
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20. Voyages of the Elizabethan seamen to America. Thirteen original narratives from th collection of Hakluyt
by Richard, 1552?-1616 Hakluyt
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