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ounce their arrival. Grenville, accompanied by Lane, Hariot, Cavendish, and others, in an excursionn Hakluyt, III. 307—310. The employments of Lane and his colonists, after the departure of Sir Rl. thus dividing them; but the prompt return of Lane prevented open hostilities. They next conceivengina, the most active among the native chiefs, Lane and his June attendants were quickly admitted t without mercy to death It was evident that Lane did not possess the quali- Chap III.} 1586 tied we have seen, that the hope of gold attracted Lane to make a short excursion up the Roanoke. Yet f the case required, and supplied the wants of Lane to the uttermost; giving him a bark of Chap II the means of continuing their discoveries; but Lane shared the despondency of his men; and Drake yimpelled to remain on Roanoke. The fort of Governor Lane, with sundry decent dwelling-houses, had bnvasion from Spain; and Grenville, Raleigh, and Lane, not less than Frobisher, Drake, and Hawkins, w[5 more...]