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Author Blake, John W. (John William), 1912-1987.

Title Europeans in West Africa, 1450-1560 : documents to illustrate the nature and scope of Portuguese enterprise in West Africa, the abortive attempt of Castilians to create an empire there, and the early English voyages to Barbary and Guinea. Volume II / edited by John William Blake
Published Surrey : Ashgate, 2010
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Description 1 online resource (xi, 250-461 pages) : illustrations, maps
Series Works issued by the Hakluyt Society ; 2d ser., no. 87
Works issued by the Hakluyt Society ; 2nd ser., no. 87
Contents Cover; contents of volume ii; section iii: the early voyages to west africa; introduction; the value of the english narrative records; records supplementary to hakluyt; english trade with west africa, 1480-1560.; 105. pina's account of the plan of john tintam and william fabian to sail to mina in 1482; 106.hakluyt's translation of resende's account of the plan of tintam and fabian; 107. petition of king edward iv of england to pope sixtus iv regarding a voyage to africa. 27 february 1481; 108. the count of penamacor and certain englishmen plan a voyage to guinea. 1488
109. THE VOYAGES OF WILLIAM HAWKINS THE ELDER TO GUINEA AND BRAZIL DURING THE YEARS 1530-2110. VOYAGE OF THE Paul TO GUINEA AND BRAZIL, THE MASTER BEING JOHN LANDYE. 154O; 111. THE RETURN OF THE Paul TO PLYMOUTH. 2O OCTOBER 1540; 112. ABSTRACTS FROM THE DEPOSITIONS OF JOHN LANDEY AND THOMAS WINTER. JULY 1549; 113. ABSTRACT FROM THE DEPOSITION OF EDWARD BAYLY. 22 NOVEMBER 1555; 114. CAPTAIN RICHARD GRAY SEIZES A FLANDERS HULK OFF THE COAST OF BARBARY. 1546; 115. WAS ENGLISH TRADE WITH BARBARY CONTINUOUS ONWARDS FROM 1548? SIR WILLIAM CHESTER TO SIR WILLIAM CECIL. LONDON. 14 AUGUST 1561
116. JOHN SCHEYFVE REPORTS THAT THOMAS WINDHAM HAD SET SAIL FOR BARBARY. LONDON. 25 AUGUST 1551117. WINDHAM'S FIRST VOYAGE TO BARBARY. 1551; 118. JOHN SCHEYFVE REPORTS THAT WlNDHAM WAS ORGANISING A SECOND VOYAGE TO BARBARY. LONDON. 6 MARCH 1552; 119. WINDHAM'S SECOND VOYAGE TO BARBARY. 1552; 120. CAMDEN'S STATEMENT THAT ENGLISH VOYAGES TO GUINEA BEGAN IN 1552; 121. BRAZ D'ALVIDE TO KING JOHN III OF PORTUGAL. 25 AUGUST 1552; 122. ABSTRACT FROM THE ALLEGATIONS OF SIMAO PIRES IN LISBON. SEPTEMBER 1567
123. preparations for windham's voyage to guinea. (1553) deposition of bartholomew stockfish. 6 february 1555124. deposition of henry bold. 8 february 1555; 125. deposition of george barnes. 8 february 1555; 126. king john iii of portugal tries to stop windham's voyage. prince dom luis to antonio anes pinteado. lisbon. 8 december 1552; 127. edward clinton to dr. griffin leyson. westminster. 28 february 1553; 128. petition of thomas windham. 3 march 1553; 129. richard eden's account of windham's voyage to guinea
130. WINDHAM'S ARRIVAL AT THE ISLAND OF MADEIRA. SIMAO GONCALVES, CAPTAIN OF THE ISLAND, TO KING JOHN III. FUNCHAL. 22 SEPTEMBER 1553131. WINDHAM'S FLEET ON THE MALAGUETA COAST. ALLEGATIONS OF PANTALION FERNANDES. LISBON. 2 SEPTEMBER 1567; 132. ABANDONMENT OF THE LION AT BENIN. DEPOSITION OF HENRY BOLD. 8 FEBRUARY 1555; 133. RICHARD EDEN'S ACCOUNT OF JOHN LOK'S VOYAGE TO MINA. 1554-5; 134. VOYAGE OF THE Grace of God TO BARBARY IN 1555. CHARTER-PARTY BETWEEN THE SHIP-OWNER AND THE MERCHANTS. 5 MARCH 1555
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Subject British -- Africa, West
Portuguese -- Africa, West
Spaniards -- Africa, West.
Africa, Western -- History -- Sources.
Genre/Form History.
Sources.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1409416933 (electronic bk.)
9781409416937 (electronic bk.)