The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques & Discoveries of the English Nation: Made by Sea Or Over-land to the Remote and Farthest Distant Quarters of the Earth at Any Time Within the Compasse of These 1600 Yeeres, Брой 6
J. MacLehose and sons, 1904
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Страница 331 - But Moses' hands were heavy ; and they took a stone, and put it under him, and he sat thereon ; and Aaron and Hur stayed up his hands, the one on the one side, and the other on the other side ; and his hands were steady until the going down of the sun.
Страница 387 - ... our stomachs began to gnaw apace; but whether it was best to return or go on, we began to doubt, suspecting treason in the pilot more and more; but the poor old Indian ever assured us that it was but a little...
Страница xvi - He was a handsome, personable man, tall of stature, red-hair'd and of admirable comport, and above all, noted for riding the great horse, for tilting, and for his being the first of all that taught a dog to sit in order to catch partridges.
Страница 361 - ... until they be all shining from the foot to the head ; and in this sort they sit drinking by twenties and hundreds, and continue in drunkenness sometimes six or seven days together...
Страница 30 - Spaniards is marveilous : for they chuse for their refuge the mountaines and woodes where the Spaniards with their horses cannot follow them, and if they fortune to be met in the plaine where one horseman may overrunne 100.
Страница xii - Captain's return brought unto his [friends ?] did so speedily pass over all the church, and surpass their minds with desire and delight to see him that very few or none remained with the preacher, all hastening to see the evidence of God's love and blessing towards our Gracious Queen and country, by the fruit of our Captain's labour and success.
Страница 368 - ... builded for the purpose, and so came with the current downe the river of Meta, and so into Baraquan. After he entred that great & mighty river, he began dayly to lose of his companies both men and horse ; for it is in many places violently swift, and hath forcible eddies, many sands, and divers Islands sharpe pointed with rocks : but after one whole yeere, journeying for the most part by river, and the rest by land, he grew dayly to fewer numbers ; for both by sicknesse, and by encountring with...
Страница 356 - Dorado, that for the greatness, for the riches, and for the excellent seat, it far exceedeth any of the world, at least of so much of the world as is known to the Spanish nation.