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The voyage of M. Charles Leigh, and divers others to Cape Briton and the Isle of Ramea. THE Hopewell of London of the burthen of 120 tunnes, whereof was M. William Crafton, and the Chancewel of London of the burthen of 70 tunnes, wherof was M. Steven Bennet, bound unto the river of Canada , set to sea at the sole and proper charge of Charles Leigh and Abraham Van Herwick of London merchants (the saide Charles Leigh himselfe, and Steven Van Herwick brother to the sayd Abraham, going themselves in the said ships as chiefe commanders of the voyage) departed from Graves-end on Fryday morning the 8 of April 1597. And after some hindrances, arriving at Falmouth in Cornewal the 28 of the said moneth put to sea againe. And with prosperous windes the 18 of May we were upon the banke of Newfoundland . The 19 we lost the Chancewel. The 20 we had sight of land and entred within the bay of Assumption, where our men contrary to my knowledge fought with a French ship: and afterward in the sam
The voyage of M. Charles Leigh, and divers others to Cape Briton and the Isle of Ramea. THE Hopewell of London of the burthen of 120 tunnes, whereof was M. William Crafton, and the Chancewel of London of the burthen of 70 tunnes, wherof was M. Steve
oles of raine water.
The same day at night we weyed anker againe. The
17 we had stormy weather. The 18 we came to the Isle
of Ramea, where we appointed to meet with our consort.
And approching neere unto the harborough of Halabolina
we cast anker in three leagues in
compasse. Here we were on land once, and went from
the one side of it to the other.
we tooke to be like ground as
Brions Island, having also abundance of firre trees. It
seemeth to be in length about twelv 5 at Port
Ingles, or the English port.
Concerning the nature and fruitfulnesse of Brions
Island, Isle Blanche, and of Ramea
, they do by nature
yeeld exceeding plenty of wood, great store of wild come
like barley, strawberries, gooseberries, mulb