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George Bancroft, History of the Colonization of the United States, Vol. 1, 17th edition. 44 0 Browse Search
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the angry jealousies of the conquerors of Peru, Soto had seasonably withdrawn, to display his opulened in gold. The news spread great contentment; Soto and his troops were restless with longing for tt prospects. I will not turn back, said 1539. Soto, till I have seen the poverty of the country wi hostile, and yet too poor to promise plunder. Soto retreated towards the north; his troops Nov 18 Vega says January. L. III. c. XXXVI. opened, Soto, as he Mar. had usually done with other tribes82, 250, and 251. McCulloh disagrees, 526—528. Soto had heard June. its praises; he believed in it who is in heaven, for whatsoever ye need, said Soto in reply; and the sublime doctrine, which, thoune 19, to July 29. the northernmost point which Soto reached near the Mississippi, he remained fortytivated; and the few inhabitants were hunters. Soto turned, therefore, to the west and north-west, mber entered Sept. 10. the River Panuco. On Soto's expedition, by far the best account is that o[12 more...]