The principall nauigations, voiages, and discoueries of the English nation : made by sea or ouer land to the most remote and farthest distant quarters of the earth at any time within the compasse of these 1500 yeeres : deuided into three seuerall parts ... the first conteining the personall trauels of the English vnto Iudea, Syria, Arabia ... the second comprehending the worthy discoueries of the English towards the north and northeast by sea as of Lapland ... the third and last including the English valiant attempts in searching almost all the corners of the vaste and new world of America ... : whereunto is added the last most renowmed English nauigation, round about the whole globe of the Earth /
Signatures: ** A-T¡ V-X♯ 2A-2V¡ 2X♯ 2Y¡ 3A-3L¡ 3Mℓ℗ 3N-3Y¡ 4A-4E¡ 4F♯ (X4 and 4F4 blank).Sabin 29594STC (2nd ed.) 12625Sowerby, E.M. Cat. of the lib. of Thomas Jefferson 4007Kraus, H.P. Sir Francis Drake, no. 27Thacher, II, p. 19 (Americana)"The famous voyage of Sir Francis Drake into the South Sea ...":  p. inserted between p. 643 and p. 644.Includes index.LC copy imperfect: *6 and map wanting; final blank wanting. DLCSome contents are translations accompanied by original texts. Mandeville's travels (p. 24-79) in Latin only
Voyages and travels--Early works to 1800., Discoveries in geography--English.
Publisher: Imprinted at London : By George Bishop and Ralph Newberie
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