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ISBN:9022107183
Author: Jacques Cartier
ISBN13: 978-9022107188
Title: Two Navigations to Newe Fravnce London, 1580/ Number 718 the English Experience, It's Record in Early Printed Books Published in Facsimile
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Language: English
Publisher: Walter J Johnson (June 1, 1975)
Pages: 78

Two Navigations to Newe Fravnce London, 1580/ Number 718 the English Experience, It's Record in Early Printed Books Published in Facsimile by Jacques Cartier



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Books by Jacques Cartier, Voyage de J. Cartier au Canada, Avenir des Français, L' Aventure des hommes, Voyages en Nouvelle-France, Tartuffe, Two Navigations to Newe Fravnce London, 1580/ Number 718 the English Experience, It's Record in Early Printed Books Published in Facsimile. L' Aventure des hommes. Voyages en Nouvelle-France.

Hakluyt interested himself in the publication of the manuscript journal of René Goulaine de Laudonnière, L'histoire notable de la Floride située ès Indes Occidentales in Paris in 1586. The attention that the book excited in Paris encouraged Hakluyt to prepare an English translation and publish it in London under the title A Notable Historie Containing Foure Voyages Made by Certayne French. The Galileo Project errs in identifying Hakluyt's first publication as A Shorte and Briefe Narration of the Two Nauigations and Discoueries to the Northwest Partes Called Newe Fraunce (1580), a translation of Bref Récit et Succincte Narration de la Navigation Faite en MDXXXV et MDXXXVI ( Jacques Cartier (1863). Jacques Cartier (1580) Gio. Bapt.

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The Online Books Page. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation. This is a 16-volume work on the history of English exploration and seafaring. Page images are now freely provided on the Internet Archive. It is also being transcribed by volunteers for Project Gutenberg.

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