Group Title: Principal navigations
Title: The principal navigations
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Title: The principal navigations voiages, traffiques and discoveries of the English nation, made by sea or over-land, to the remote and farthest distant quarters of the earth, at any time within the compasse of these 1500 yeeres, devided into three severall volumes, according to the positions of the regions, whereunto they were directed ..
Uniform Title: Principal navigations
Physical Description: 3 v. in 2. : map. ; 29 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Hakluyt, Richard, 1552?-1616
Bishop, George, d. 1611 ( printer )
Newbery, Ralph, d. 1604 ( printer )
Barker, Robert, d. 1645 ( printer )
Riviere, Robert, 1808-1882 ( binder )
Jeanes, Joseph Y. ( former owner )
Lenox Library ( former owner )
Publisher: Imprinted by G. Bishop, R. Newberie and R. Barker
Place of Publication: London
Publication Date: 1598-1600
Subject: Voyages and travels   ( lcsh )
Discoveries in geography -- English   ( lcsh )
Censored works -- England -- London -- 1598-1600   ( rbgenr )
Issues (Publishing) -- England -- London -- 1598-1600   ( rbpub )
Jeanes -- Bookplates (Provenance) -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- 189?   ( rb6rov )
Withdrawn copies (Provenance) -- New York (N.Y.)   ( rbprov )
Riviere -- Signed bindings (Binding) -- England -- London -- 19th century   ( rbbin )
Imprint -- England -- London -- 1598-1600
Genre: Censored works   ( rbgenr )
Issues (Publishing)   ( rbpub )
Bookplates (Provenance)   ( rb6rov )
Withdrawn copies (Provenance)   ( rbprov )
Signed bindings (Binding)   ( rbbin )
non-fiction   ( marcgt )
Citation/Reference: STC
Citation/Reference: H.P. Kraus. Sir Francis Drake; a pictorial biography, 1970,
General Note: Continuation of title of v.1: ... Whereunto is annexed also a briefe commentarie of the true state of Island, and of the northren sic seas and lands situate that way. And lastly, the memorable defeate of the Spanish huge armada, anno 1588, and the famous victorie atchieved at the Citie of Cadiz, 1596, are described. By Richard Hakluyt.
General Note: Vol. 2 has title: The second volume of the principal navigations ... to the south and south-east parts of the world, at any time within the compasse of these 1600 yeres ...
General Note: Vol. 3 has title: The third and last volume of the voyages ... of the English nation, and in some few places, where they have not been, of strangers, performed within and before the time of these hundred yeeres, to all parts of ... America ... Together with the two ... voyages of Sir Francis Drake and M. Thomas Candish round about the circumference of the whole earth, and divers other voyages intended and set forth for that course.
General Note: Many errors in paging.
General Note: Several of the contents are translations accompanied by original texts.
General Note: Includes original ed. of the Earl of Essex's Voyage to Cadiz (v.1, p. 607-619) which was suppressed by order of Queen Elizabeth on the disgrace of Essex.
General Note: Imperfect: map referred to in pref. wanting.
General Note: Bound by Rivere in red morocco, gilt spine and border, aeg. Spine faded and hinges rubbed.
General Note: Provenance: Joseph Y. Jeanes, Philadelphia, No. 3130 189 (letterpress bookplate); Lenox Library, New York, Duplicate (stamp, t.p. verso)
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Bibliographic ID: UF00044196
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057456
oclc - 08031493
notis - AKP5482
lccn - 06001733 //r912

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ueries ofthe Englifh Nation, made by Sea
or ouer-land to the remote and farthest di-
S plant quarters ofthe Earth, at any time within
"the compalfe ofthefe 5o00. yeeres: Deuided
b into three feuerall Volumes, according to the
positions of the Regions,whereunto
they were direded.
This firft Volume containing the worthy Difcoueries,
&c. of the Englifh toward the North and Northeaft by fea,
as of Lapland,Scrikfnia,Corelia,the Baie ofS. Nicolas, the Ifles of Col
goieue, Vaigatg and Noua Zembla, toward the great riuer ob,.
with the mighty Empire of Rufia,the Cafian fea,Geor-
gia, t.,rmenia, Media, PerJia, Boghar in Barfria,
and diuers kingdoms of rartaria:
Together with many notable monuments and teflimo4
nies of the ancient forren trades, and of the warrelike and
other fhippingofthis realme ofEng adin former ages.
rfhereunto is annexed alfo a brief Commentarie of the true
late ofl/land, and ofthe Northren Seas and
lands fituate that way.
t..nd lafty, the memorable defeated ofthe Spanilh bige
Armada, Anno i r I and the famous vi6torie
atchieued at the cities ofCadis, i 6.
are dcfcribed.
'. RIcHARD HAKLVYT tCX$a4er of
Artes, and sometime Student of Chrilt-
Church in Oxford.

j Imprinted at London by G g o R G E

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