Bibliotheca Americana Et Philippina, Parts 1-2

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Maggs Bros., 1922 - America - 575 pages
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Page 54 - And the stately Spanish men to their flagship bore him then, Where they laid him by the mast, old Sir Richard caught at last, And they praised him to his face with their courtly foreign grace...
Page 479 - THE GOSPELS according to St. Matthew, St. Mark, St. Luke, and St. John translated into the language of The Esquimaux Indians on the coast of Labrador; by the Missionaries of the Unitas Fratrum or United Brethren residing at Nain, Okkak and Hopedale.
Page 386 - THE ATLANTIC NEPTUNE, published for the use of the Royal navy of Great Britain.
Page 36 - Tratado comprobatorio del Imperio soberano y principado universal que los Reyes de Castilla y León tienen sobre las indias: compuesto por el Obispo don Fray Bartolomé de Las Casas, o Casaus de la orden de Santo Domingo.
Page 267 - Psalterium Americanum. |The Book of | Psalms, | In a Translation Exactly conformed | unto the Original ;|but all in | Blank Verse, | Fitted unto the Tunes commonly used | in our Churches.
Page 382 - HISTORY of the colonization of the free states of antiquity, applied to the present contest between Great Britain and her American colonies.
Page 181 - Meat, Drink, Apparel and Lodging with other Necessaries during the said term; and at the end of the said Term to Pay unto him the usual Allowance, according to the Custom of the Country in the like kind.
Page 337 - And we do, by the Advice of our Privy Council, declare and enjoin that the Trade with the said Indians shall be free and open to all our Subjects whatever, provided that every Person who may incline to trade with the said Indians do take out a License for carrying on such Trade from the Governor or Commander in Chief of any of Our Colonies respectively where such Person shall reside...
Page 271 - Memorial; or, a Brief Relation of the most Memorable and Remarkable Passages of the Providence of God, manifested to the Planters of New England, in America; With special Reference to the first Colony thereof, called New Plimouth.
Page 151 - SIR FRANCIS DRAKE REVIVED. Who is or may be a Pattern to stirre up all Heroicke and active Spirits of these Times, to benefit their Countrey and eternize their Names by like Noble Attempts. Being a Summary and true Relation of foure severall Voyages made by the said Sir Francis Drake to the WestIndies, viz.

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