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The successe of this Voiage in part appeareth by certaine briefe relations extracted out of the second voyage of Sir John Hawkins to the West. Indies, made in the sayd yeere 1564. which I thought good to set downe for want of further instructions, which hitherto I could not by any meanes come by, albeit I have used all possible indevour for the obtaining of the same: Take them therefore in the meane season as foloweth. MASTER JOHN HAWKINS, with the Jesus of Lubeck a ship of 700. tunnes, and the
d the Swalow of 30 tunnes, being
all well furnished with men to the number of one hundred
threescore and ten, as also with ordinance and victuall
requisite for such a voiage, departed out of Plimmouth
the 18 day of October in the yeere of our Lord 1564.
with a prosperous winde: at which departing, in cutting
the foresaile, a marveilous misfortune happened to one
of the officers in the ship, who by the pullie of the sheat
was slaine out of hand being a sorowfull beginning to
them all. And after