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Vologda (Russia) (search for this): narrative 79
rour and great Duke of many others, as Novogrode in the nether countries, Chernigoskie, Rezanskie, Polodskie, Rezewskie, Bielskie, Rostoskie, Yeraslaveskie, Bealozarskie, Oudarskie, Obdorskie, Condenskie, and manie other countries, and lord over all those partes, in the yeere of our Lord God, folowing the account of ye Latin church, 1556. sent by the sea from the port of S. Nicholas in Russia , his right honorable ambassador sirnamed Osep Napea, his high officer in the towne and countrey of Vologda, to the most famous and excellent princes, Philip and Mary by the grace of God, king and Queene of England, Spaine, France and Ireland , defenders of the faith, Archdukes of Austria, dukes of Burgundie, Millaine, & Brabant , counties of Haspurge, Flanders and Tyroll, his ambassador & Orator with certaine letters tenderly conceived, together with certain presents and gifts mentioned in the foot of this memorial, as a manifest argument and token of a mutual amity and friendship to be made and
Gravesend (United Kingdom) (search for this): narrative 79
pared foure goodly and well trimmed shippes laden with all kinds of merchandises apt for Russia , the same Ambassadour making provision for such things as him pleased, the same ships in good order valed downe the River of Thames, from London to Gravesend , where the same Ambassadour with his traine and furniture was imbarked to wards his voyage homeward, which God prosper in all felicitie. It is also to be remembred, that during the whole abode of the sayd Ambassadour in England, the Agents and his countrey. It is to be considered that of the Bona Speranza no word nor knowledge was had at this present day, nor yet of the arrivall of the ships or goods from Scotland . The third of May the Ambassadour departed from London to Gravesend , accompanied with divers Aldermen and merchants, who in good gard set him aboord the noble shippe, the Primrose Admiral to the Fleete, where leave was taken on both sides and parts, after many imbracements and divers farewels not without expres
Thames (Canada) (search for this): narrative 79
divine service ended, he eftsoones was remitted and reduced to his barge, and so repaired to his lodging, in like order and gratulation of the people universally, as before. The time of the yeere hasting the protection and departure of the Ambassador, the merchants having prepared foure goodly and well trimmed shippes laden with all kinds of merchandises apt for Russia , the same Ambassadour making provision for such things as him pleased, the same ships in good order valed downe the River of Thames, from London to Gravesend , where the same Ambassadour with his traine and furniture was imbarked to wards his voyage homeward, which God prosper in all felicitie. It is also to be remembred, that during the whole abode of the sayd Ambassadour in England, the Agents of the sayde marchants did not onely prosecute and pursue the matter of restitution in Scotland , and caused such things to be laden in an English shippe hired purposely to convey the Ambassadours goods to London, there
England (Arkansas, United States) (search for this): narrative 79
things as were collected to have bene sent by ship to him in England: which being in Aprill next, and not before imbarked for London, was not at this present day here arrived) came the 18. day of Februarie to Barwike within the dominion and realme of England, where he was by the Queenes majesties letters and commandement honourably received, used and interteined by the right honourable lord Wharton, lord Warden of the East marches, with goodly conducting from place to place, as the dayly journe Lowca. Andria . Foma. Memorandum, the day and yeere of our Lord above mentioned, in the house of the worshipfull John Dimmocke Citizen and Draper of London, situate within the famous Citie of London in the Realme of England, the above named honourable Osep Gregorywich Napea Ambassadour and Orator above mentioned, personally constituted and present, having declared unto him by the mouth of the right worshipfull master Anthonie Hussie Esquire, the effect of the
Andria (Italy) (search for this): narrative 79
delivered unto him at his first arrivall. 1 First, a chaine of golde of one hundred pound. 2 Item, a large Bason and Ewer, silver and gilt. 3 Item, a paire of pottle pots gilt. 4 Item, a paire of flaggons gilt. The names of all such Russies as were attendant upon the Ambassadour, at and before his departure out of England. Isaak Fwesscheneke. Demetre. Gorbolones. Symonde. Yeroffia. Stephen. Lowca. Andria . Foma. Memorandum, the day and yeere of our Lord above mentioned, in the house of the worshipfull John Dimmocke Citizen and Draper of London, situate within the famous Citie of London in the Realme of England, the above named honourable Osep Gregorywich Napea Ambassadour and Orator above mentioned, personally constituted and present, having declared unto him by the mouth of the right worshipfull master Anthonie Hussie Esquire, the effect of the causes and contents, of, and in
Thames (United Kingdom) (search for this): narrative 79
other English ships also appertaining to the saide company, the one sirnamed the Philip and Mary, the other the Confidentia, were driven on the coast of Norway , into Drenton water, where the saide Confidentia was seene to perish on a Rocke, and the other, videlicet, the Bona Speranza, with her whole company, being to the number of foure and twentie persons seemed to winter there, whereof no certaintie at this present day is knowen. The third, videlicet, the Philip and Mary arrived in the Thames nigh London the eighteenth day of April, in the yeere of our Lord one thousand five hundred fiftie and seven. The Edward Bonaventure traversing the seas foure moneths, finally the tenth day of November of the aforesaide yeere of our Lorde one thousand five hundred, fiftie and sixe, arrived within the Scottish coast in a Bay named Pettislego, where by outragious tempests, and extreme stormes, the said ship being beaten from her ground tackles, was driven upon the rockes on shore, where she b
Westminster (United Kingdom) (search for this): narrative 79
ation of our Ladie (the day twelvemoneth he took his leave from the Emperour his master) was most honourably brought to the King and Queenes majesties court at Westminster , where accompanied first with the said Viscount and other notable personages, and the merchants, hee arriving at Westminster bridge, was there received with sWestminster bridge, was there received with sixe lords, conducted into a stately chamber, where by the lords, Chancellor, Treasurer, Privie seale, Admirall, bishop of Elie, and other Counsellers, hee was visited and saluted: and consequently was brought unto the Kings and Queenes majesties presence, sitting under a stately cloth of honour, the chamber most richly decked and , doth appeare. The three and twentieth of April, being the feast of S. George, wherein was celebrated the solemnitie of the Noble order of the Garter at Westminster , the same lord ambassadour was eftsoones required to have audience: and therefore conducted from the sayd lodging to the court by the right Noble the lords Tal
Ireland (Irish Republic) (search for this): narrative 79
oskie, Yeraslaveskie, Bealozarskie, Oudarskie, Obdorskie, Condenskie, and manie other countries, and lord over all those partes, in the yeere of our Lord God, folowing the account of ye Latin church, 1556. sent by the sea from the port of S. Nicholas in Russia , his right honorable ambassador sirnamed Osep Napea, his high officer in the towne and countrey of Vologda, to the most famous and excellent princes, Philip and Mary by the grace of God, king and Queene of England, Spaine, France and Ireland , defenders of the faith, Archdukes of Austria, dukes of Burgundie, Millaine, & Brabant , counties of Haspurge, Flanders and Tyroll, his ambassador & Orator with certaine letters tenderly conceived, together with certain presents and gifts mentioned in the foot of this memorial, as a manifest argument and token of a mutual amity and friendship to be made and continued betweene their majesties & subjects respectively, for the commoditie and benefit of both the realmes and people: which Orator
Russia (Russia) (search for this): narrative 79
teritie in time to come, that whereas the most high and mightie Ivan Vasilivich Emperour of all Russia , great Duke of Volodemer, Moscovia and Novogrode, Emperor of Cassan, and of Astrachan, Lord o folowing the account of ye Latin church, 1556. sent by the sea from the port of S. Nicholas in Russia , his right honorable ambassador sirnamed Osep Napea, his high officer in the towne and countrey next day being Saturday and the last day of Februarie, he was by the merchants adventuring for Russia , to the number of one hundred and fortie persons, and so many or more servants in one livering prepared foure goodly and well trimmed shippes laden with all kinds of merchandises apt for Russia , the same Ambassadour making provision for such things as him pleased, the same ships in good oes & liberalities, so have likewise the merchants and fellowship of the Adventurers, for and to Russia , manifested to the world their good willes, mindes and zeales borne to this new commensed voyag
Smithfield (Washington, United States) (search for this): narrative 79
ghts, esquiers, gentlemen and yeomen to the number of three hundred horses led him to the North partes of the Citie of London, where by foure notable merchants richly apparelled was presented to him a right faire and large gelding richly trapped, together with a footcloth of Orient crimson velvet, enriched with gold laces, all furnished in most glorious fashion, of the present, and gift of the sayde merchants: where upon the Ambassadour at instant desire mounted, riding on the way towards Smithfield barres, the first limites of the liberties of the Citie of London. The Lord Maior accompanied with all the Aldermen in their skarlet did receive him, and so riding through the Citie of London in the middle, betweene the Lord Maior and Viscount Montague, a great number of merchants and notable personages riding before, and a large troupe of servants and apprentises following, was conducted through the Citie of London (with great admiration and plausibilitie of the people running plentifull
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