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The worldes hydrographical discription [sic]
[London : R.H. Evans?, 1812]; 25 images, 24 with full-text search
Davys, John, 1550?-1605
Hakluyt, Richard, 1552?-1616. A selection of curious, rare and early voyages.
CIHM/ICMH microfiche series ; no. 17488
The worldes hydrographical discription [sic] : wherein is proued not onely by aucthoritie of writers, but also by late experience of trauellers and reasons of substantiall probabilitie, that the worlde in all his zones, clymats and places, is habitable and inhabited, and the seas likewise vniuersally nauigable without any naturall anoyance to hinder the same; whereby appeares that from England there is a short and speedie passage into the South Seas, to China, Molucca, Philippina and India, by northerly nauigation to the renowne, honour and benifit of Her Maiesties state, and communalty.
- [London : R.H. Evans?, 1812]
FC 02 0203 no. 17488
Nord-Ouest, Passage du.
- Document source
- Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the Library Division, Provincial Archives of British Columbia.
Running title: Voyages, nauigations, traffiques, and discoveries.
"Published by J. Dauis of Sandrudg by Dartmouth in the countie of Deuon ... Imprinted at London by Thomas Dawson ..., 1595."
Excerpt from: A selection of curious, rare and early voyages/ Richard Hakluyt. London : R.H. Evans, 1812.
1 microfiche (13 fr.).
p. 51-68 ; 29 cm.