Browsing named entities in a specific section of Richard Hakluyt, The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques, and Discoveries of the English Nation. Search the whole document.
Found 113 total hits in 25 results.
The victorious voyage of Captaine Amias Preston now knight, and Captaine George Sommers to the West India, begun in March 1595. Wherein the yle of Puerto Santo, the yle of Coche neere Margarita, the fort and towne of Coro , the stately city of S. Iago de Leon were taken sacked and burned, and the towne of Cumana ransomed, & Jamaica entred. Written by Robert Davie one of the company.CAPTAINE AMIAS PRESTON, and captaine Sommers, both valiant gentlemen & discreet commanders, lying ready with two
hich wee had taken before, untill the fift day at
night: in which time we laded some small quantity of
hides, and Salsa-perilla, which we found there at our first
landing. So the fift day at night we departed from
thence, to goe to a towne called Coro
: but before wee
departed, wee set fire in the fort, and all the Indians
houses that were about it, and burnt them. Then we set
sayle, and standing along the coast, our Spanish guide
signified unto us, that there were foure sayles of ships