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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Zárate, Agustin de, b. 1514.
History of the discovery and conquest of Peru.
London, Penguin Press 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Agustin de Zárate; Thomas Nicholas; David Biron Thomas
|Notes:||At head of title: Agustín de Zárate.
Includes facsimiles of the two title-pages of the original English edition, "The discoverie and conquest of the prouinces of Peru, and the nauigation in the South sea, along that coast. And also of the ritche mines of Potosi. Imprinted at London by R. Ihones, 1581"; "The strange and delectable history of the discouerie and conquest of the prouinces of Peru, in the South sea. And of the notable things which there are found: and also of the bloudie ciuill vvarres vvich there happened for gouernment. Written in foure bookes, by Augustine Sarate, auditor for the emperour His Maiestie in the same prouinces and firme land. And also of the ritche mines of Potosi. Translated out of the Spanish tongue by T. Nicholas. Imprinted at London by R. Ihones, 1581."
Books 5-7 of the original were not translated by Thomas Nicholas, except for the account of the silver mines of Potosi which is a translation of book 6, chapter 4. cf. Introd., p. xviii.
Introduction signed: D.B. Thomas.
|Description:||xlvii, 222 pages 22 cm|
|Responsibility:||translated out of the Spanish by Thomas Nicholas, anno 1581.|