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Florida (Florida, United States) (search for this): narrative 672
gall: who in deede abused our Generall and us, deserving a halter for his hire, if it had so pleased us. The 12. we ankered at Guanima, and landed. The 15. and 16. we ankered and landed at Cyguateo. The 20. we fell with the maine of Florida . The 23. we were in great danger of a wracke on a breach called the Cape of Feare. The 24. we came to anker in a harbour, where wee caught in one tyde so much fish as would have yeelded us twentie pounds in London : this was our first landing in Florida . The 26. we came to anker at Wocokon. The 29. wee weighed anker to bring the Tyger into the harbour, where through the unskilfulnesse of the Master whose name was Fernando, the Admirall strooke on ground, and sunke. The 3. we sent word of our arriving at Wococon, to Wingina at Roanoak . The 6. M. John Arundel was sent to the maine, and Manteo with him: and Captaine Aubry and Captaine Boniten the same day were sent to Croatoan, where they found two of our men left th
England (United Kingdom) (search for this): narrative 672
ke. The 27. our Fleete ankered at Hatorask, and there we rested. The 29. Grangino brother to king Wingina came aboord the Admirall, and Manteo with him. The 2. the Admirall was sent to Weapomeiok. The 5. M. John Arundell was sent for England . The 25. our Generall wayed anker, and set saile for England . About the 31. he tooke a Spanish ship of 300 tunne richly loaden, boording her with a boate made with boards of chests, which fell asunder, and sunke at the ships side, assooneEngland . About the 31. he tooke a Spanish ship of 300 tunne richly loaden, boording her with a boate made with boards of chests, which fell asunder, and sunke at the ships side, assoone as ever he and his men were out of it. The 10. of September, by foule weather the Generall then shipped in the prize, lost sight of the Tyger. The 6. the Tyger fell with the Landes end, and the same day came to anker at Falmouth . The 18. the General came with the prize to Plymmouth, and was courteously received by divers of his worshipfull friends.
Secotan (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): narrative 672
boate, passed over the water from Wococon to the maine land victualled for eight dayes, in which voyage we first discovered the townes of Pomejok, Aquascogoc and Secotan , and also the great lake called by the Savages Paquipe, with divers other places, and so returned with that discovery to our Fleete. The 12. we came to the Towne of Pomeiok. The 13. we passed by water to Aquascogok. The 15. we came to Secotan , and were well entertained there of the Savages. The 16. wee returned thence, and one of our boates with the Admirall was sent to Aquascogok, to demaund a silver cup which one of the Savages had stollen from us, and not receiving it according to his promise, wee burnt, and spoyled their corne, and Towne, all the people being fled. The 18. we returned from the discovery of Secotan , and the same day came aboord our Fleete ryding at Wococon. The 21. our Fleete ankering at Wococon, we wayed anker for Hatoraske. The 27. our Fleete ankered at Hatorask,
whereof one tooke the Sea, and there was slaine with a musket. After this sport, many rare presents and gifts were given and bestowed on both parts, and the next day wee played the Marchants in bargaining with them by way of trucke and exchange of divers of their commodities, as horses, mares, kine, buls, goates, swine, sheepe, bull-hides, sugar, ginger, pearle, tabacco, and such like commodities of the Iland. The 7. day we departed with great good will from the Spaniards from the Iland of Hispaniola: but the wiser sort doe impute this great shew of friendship, and courtesie used towards us by the Spaniards rather to the force that wee were of, and the vigilancie, and watchfulnesse that was amongst us, then to any heartie good will, or sure friendly intertainement: for doubtlesse if they had bene stronger then wee, wee might have looked for no better curtesie at their handes, then Master John Haukins received at Saint John de Ullua, or John Oxnam neere the streights of Dariene, an
Roanoak (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): narrative 672
breach called the Cape of Feare. The 24. we came to anker in a harbour, where wee caught in one tyde so much fish as would have yeelded us twentie pounds in London : this was our first landing in Florida . The 26. we came to anker at Wocokon. The 29. wee weighed anker to bring the Tyger into the harbour, where through the unskilfulnesse of the Master whose name was Fernando, the Admirall strooke on ground, and sunke. The 3. we sent word of our arriving at Wococon, to Wingina at Roanoak . The 6. M. John Arundel was sent to the maine, and Manteo with him: and Captaine Aubry and Captaine Boniten the same day were sent to Croatoan, where they found two of our men left there with 30. other by Captaine Reymond, some 20. dayes before. The 8. Captaine Aubry and Captaine Boniten returned, with two of our men found by them, to us at Wocokon. The 11. day the Generall accompanied in his Tilt boate with Master John Arundell, Master Stukeley, and divers other Gentlemen, Mast
London (United Kingdom) (search for this): narrative 672
t and information of a Portugall: who in deede abused our Generall and us, deserving a halter for his hire, if it had so pleased us. The 12. we ankered at Guanima, and landed. The 15. and 16. we ankered and landed at Cyguateo. The 20. we fell with the maine of Florida . The 23. we were in great danger of a wracke on a breach called the Cape of Feare. The 24. we came to anker in a harbour, where wee caught in one tyde so much fish as would have yeelded us twentie pounds in London : this was our first landing in Florida . The 26. we came to anker at Wocokon. The 29. wee weighed anker to bring the Tyger into the harbour, where through the unskilfulnesse of the Master whose name was Fernando, the Admirall strooke on ground, and sunke. The 3. we sent word of our arriving at Wococon, to Wingina at Roanoak . The 6. M. John Arundel was sent to the maine, and Manteo with him: and Captaine Aubry and Captaine Boniten the same day were sent to Croatoan, where they
Falmouth (United Kingdom) (search for this): narrative 672
ecotan , and the same day came aboord our Fleete ryding at Wococon. The 21. our Fleete ankering at Wococon, we wayed anker for Hatoraske. The 27. our Fleete ankered at Hatorask, and there we rested. The 29. Grangino brother to king Wingina came aboord the Admirall, and Manteo with him. The 2. the Admirall was sent to Weapomeiok. The 5. M. John Arundell was sent for England . The 25. our Generall wayed anker, and set saile for England . About the 31. he tooke a Spanish ship of 300 tunne richly loaden, boording her with a boate made with boards of chests, which fell asunder, and sunke at the ships side, assoone as ever he and his men were out of it. The 10. of September, by foule weather the Generall then shipped in the prize, lost sight of the Tyger. The 6. the Tyger fell with the Landes end, and the same day came to anker at Falmouth . The 18. the General came with the prize to Plymmouth, and was courteously received by divers of his worshipfull friends.