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The second voyage to Guiana . SUNDAY the 26. of January, in the yeere of our Lord 1596. we departed from Portland road, in the Darling of London, having in company the Discoverer, a small pinnesse, whom we lost at sea, in foule weather, the Thursday next following. Friday, the 13. of February, wee fell with the Canarie Islands, where we expected our pinnesse, according to our appoyntment, seven or eight dayes. Here we tooke two boats, the one a passenger, we bulged, the other wee towed at our shippe sterne, steering Southsouthwest for the Islands of Cape Verde. Therehence we set saile the 28. of Februarie, keeping a Westsouthwest course. In this passage wee found very smooth seas, faire weather, and steddie winds, blowing ordinarily betweene the East and Northeast poynts. Neere 30. leagues from these Islands, wee came into a growne sea, the swollen waters making a strange noise & hurtling together, as if it might be two strong currents encountring ech other. The 12.
The second voyage to Guiana . SUNDAY the 26. of January, in the yeere of our Lor
dge is such, that if the pretended voyage for
doe take place, you shall (I doubt not) find r
likely to compasse his intended conquest of Guiana
governours of the Caraccas and Margarita a sufficient quantitie of gold gotten out of Guiana
levie and furnish 500. men, having gotten until this present that any Spaniards were in
; that upon our returne our whole fleete will
the Indians in all partes within and neere Guiana
offer their service, and promise to prov ing, contrarie to their kings order, to enter
, and kill Berreo with his followers: or else e Caracas
, seeming matters of small account: Guiana
onely was in their judgement, rich, plentiful revention: If hee appeare so eagerly bent
, as if it were enacted for a lawe amongst
onely this bare assertion: that England
conjoyned, are stronger, and more easily defe [11 more...]