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Thames (United Kingdom) (search for this): narrative 897
as shall bee deputed by you the Generall, which sayd charts and descriptions, wee thinke meete that you the Generall shall take into your hands at your returne to this our coast of England , leaving with them no copie, and to present them unto us at your returne: the like to be done if they finde any charts or maps in those countreys. 19 Item you shall at your returne so direct your course, that all the ships under your government may come home together, and arrive here in the river of Thames , if it may conveniently be. And wheresoever in this Realme you, or any of the shippes shall arrive, you shall give speciall and straight order, that no person of what condition soever he be, shall unlade, or bring on land, or forth of the vessels in which he came, any part or parcel of marchandize, or matter of commoditie brought in any of the sayd vessels, untill we being certified of your or their arrivall, shall give further order and direction therein, under the penalties and forfeiture
England (United Kingdom) (search for this): narrative 897
hereof you shall do wel to be inquisitive, as occasion in this sort may serve. 11 Item, you shall have speciall regard after your departure from the coast of England , so to order your course, as that your ships and vessels lose not one another, but keepe companie together both outward and homeward. And lest if they happen to ed by the most part of those that shall bee in commission in the places where the same may be so required, rated at such value, as it may bee reasonably worth in England , and then solde to the profite of the whole voyage, and to goe as in adventure for those to whom it doeth appertaine. 17 Item you your selfe shall in the Gald by you the Generall, which sayd charts and descriptions, wee thinke meete that you the Generall shall take into your hands at your returne to this our coast of England , leaving with them no copie, and to present them unto us at your returne: the like to be done if they finde any charts or maps in those countreys. 19 Item yo
Southampton (United Kingdom) (search for this): narrative 897
d one copie thereof under your hand, and under the hands of your Viceadmirall and lieutenant, to be delivered to the Earle of Leicester, and the other to the governour of the companie for them before your departure hence, and the like to bee done at your returne home of all things then remaining in the sayd ships and vessels, with a true certificate how and by what meanes any parcell of the same shall have bene spent or lost. 9 Item, you shall use all diligence possible to depart from Southampton with your sayd ships and vessels before the last of this present moneth of Aprill, and so goe on your course by Cape de buena Esperanza , not passing by the streight of Magellan either going or returning, except upon great occasion incident, that shall bee thought otherwise good to you, by the advise and consent of your sayd Assistants, or foure of them at the least. 10 Item, you shall not passe to the Northeastward of the 40 degree of latitude at the most, but shall take your rig
he other to the governour of the companie for them before your departure hence, and the like to bee done at your returne home of all things then remaining in the sayd ships and vessels, with a true certificate how and by what meanes any parcell of the same shall have bene spent or lost. 9 Item, you shall use all diligence possible to depart from Southampton with your sayd ships and vessels before the last of this present moneth of Aprill, and so goe on your course by Cape de buena Esperanza , not passing by the streight of Magellan either going or returning, except upon great occasion incident, that shall bee thought otherwise good to you, by the advise and consent of your sayd Assistants, or foure of them at the least. 10 Item, you shall not passe to the Northeastward of the 40 degree of latitude at the most, but shall take your right course to the Iles of the Malucos for the better discovery of the Northwest passage, if without hinderance of your trade, & within the same
Instructions given by the right honourable the Lordes of the Counsell, to M. Edward Fenton Esquire, for the order to be observed in the voyage recommended to him for the East Indies and Cathay. Aprill 9. 1582. FIRST you shall enter as Captaine Generall, into the charge and government of these shippes, viz. the Beare Gallion, the Edward Bonaventure, the Barke Francis, and the small Frigate or Pinnesse. 2 Item you shall appoint for the furnishing of the vessels in the whole, to the number of 200 able persons, accompting in that number the Gentlemen and their men, the Ministers, Chirurgians, Factors, &c. which sayd number is no way to be exceeded, whereof as many as may be, to be sea-men; and shal distribute them into every vessel, as by advise here before your going shal be thought meete: Provided that you shall not receive under your charge and governement, any disordered or mutinous person, but that upon knowledge had, you shall remoove him before your departure hence, or by the w