Peter Martyr, d. IV.
l. v., and d. v. l. i., and d. VII.
In Hakluyt, v. 320, 333, and 416.
Gen. de las Ind. c. XLV.
Herrera's West Indies, in Purchas.
Galvano, in Hakluyt, IV. 429.
Ensayo Cronologico, 4, 5, 6. 8, 9, and 160.
Roberts's Florida, 27,the narrative of Castañeda in Ternaux-Compans, with the narrative of Espejo in Hakluyt, III. 457, ed. 1810, and the ancient maps of New Mexico, confirm the opinion oerved as a poor adventurer, became his wife;
Portuguese Relation, c. i.; in Hakluyt, v. 483. and the special favor of Charles V. invited his ambition to prefer a account is that of the Portuguese Eye-witness, first published in 1557, and by Hakluyt, in English, in 1609.
In the history of Vega, numbers and distances are magnithe Jordan or Combahee, they came upon Port Royal entrance,
Laudonniere, in Hakluyt, III. 373.
The description is sufficiently minute and accurate; removing all
On Frobisher, consult the original accounts of Hall, Settle, Ellis, and Best, with R. Hakluyt's instructions, in Hak. III. 52—129. While Frobisher was thus attempting to obtain wealth and o thus obtained an assignment of the proprietary's rights in Virginia, is found the name of Richard Hakluyt; it is the connecting link between the first efforts of England in North Carolina and the f profuse liberality of Raleigh.
More than another year elapsed, before
White, in Hakluyt, III. 348, 349, and 350—357. could return to search for his colony and his daughter; and then t sagacity which enjoined a settlement within the Chesapeake Bay, the publications of Hariot and Hakluyt which he countenanced, if followed by losses to himself, diffused over England a knowledge of A of Bristol, with the ready assent of Raleigh,
Purchas, IV. 1614. and at the instance of Richard Hakluyt, the enlightened friend and able documentary historian of these commercial enterprises, a m