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Early works to 1800
|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Davis, John, 1550?-1605.
Voyages and works of John Davis, the navigator.
London : Printed for the Hakluyt Society, 1880
|Named Person:||George Clifford Cumberland, Earl of; Thomas Cavendish; Thomas Cavendish; George Clifford Cumberland, Earl of|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Davis; Albert Hastings Markham, Sir; C H Coote; John Jane; Edward Wright
|Notes:||Vol. [ii] containing facsimile map with index of names [16 p.] has title: The map of the world A.D. 1600. called by Shakspere "The new map, with the augumentation of the Indies". To illustrate the voyages of John Davis.
"Note on the ʻNew map ̓by C.H. Coote": v. 1, p. [lxxxv]-xev.
"Works on the art of navigation previous to and during the age of Elizabeth": p. -366.
Includes "The [3d] voiage of ... George, erle of Cumbrland, to the Azores", by Edward Wright: "The last voyage of the worshipfull M. Thomas Candish". 1591-1593, and the first and third voyage of J. Davis, written by John Jane; and reprints of the author's "The worldes hydrographical description". London, 1595, and "The seamans secrets. Devided into 2 partes". London, 1607, the latter with facsimile reproduction of t.p., and half-title of pt. 2.
|Description:||2 volumes in 1 : illustrations, plates, maps ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||V.2 has title: The map of the world, A.D.1600, called by Shakespere "The new map", with the augmentation of the Indes"; to illustrate the voyage of John Davis. It contains facsimile map (fold.) with index of names (16p.).|
|Series Title:||Works issued by the Hakluyt Society, no. 59.|
|Other Titles:||Map of the world A.D. 1600.
|Responsibility:||edited with an introduction and notes, by Albert Hastings Markham.|
- Voyages and travels -- Early works to 1800.
- Northwest Passage.
- Cumberland, George Clifford, -- Earl of, -- 1558-1605.
- Cavendish, Thomas, -- 1560-1592.
- East Indies.
- Navigation -- Bibliography.
- Early maps.
- Voyages and travels.
- Arctic Ocean -- Northwest Passage.
- Asia -- East Indies.