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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)Sir Francis Drake reuiued calling vpon this dull or effeminate age, to folowe his noble steps for golde & siluer, by this memorable relation, of the rare occurrances (neuer yet declared to the world) in a third voyage, made by him into the West-Indies, in the yeares 72. & 73. when Nombre de Dios was by him and 52. others only in his company, surprised. Faithfully taken out of the reporte of M· Christofer Ceely, Ellis Hixon, and others, who were in the same voyage with him. By Philip Nichols, preacher. Reviewed also by Sr. Francis Drake himselfe before his death, & much holpen and enlarged, by diuers notes, with his owne hand here and there inserted. Set forth by Sr Francis Drake Baronet (his nephew) now liuing.Date of publication:
1626Description:With a title-page engraving. Printer's name from STC. With a final errata leaf. Variant: with an added dedication to Elizabeth of Bohemia. Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.This item contains 4 files (2.57 MB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)Sir Francis Drake revived who is or may be a pattern to stirre up all heroicke and active spirits of these times to benefit their countrey and eternize their names by like noble attempts : being a summary and true relation of foure severall voyages made by the said Sir Francis Drake to the West-Indies ... / collected out of the notes of the said Sir Francis Drake, Mastet [sic] Philip Nichols, Master Francis Fletcher, preachers, and notes of divers other gentlemen (who went on the said voyages) carefully compared together.Date of publication:
1653Author(s):Description:Preface signed: R.D. "A Summarie and true discourse" is written by W. Bigges. Cf. BM; NUC pre-1956. First and second accounts separately paged; third and fourth accounts continuously paged. The second, third and fourth ...This item contains 4 files (7.58 MB).Publicly Available