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" It seemeth that the Spaniards hitherto had never been in this part of the country, neither did ever discover the land by many degrees to the southwards of this place. "
A History of the New California: Its Resources and People - Page 33
by Leigh Hadley Irvine - 1905
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The Annals of America: From the Discovery by Columbus in the Year ..., Volume 1

Abiel Holmes - America - 1829
...people into her Majesties hands, together with her highnesse picture and armes, in a peice of sixe pence of current English money under the plate, whereunder was also written the name of our General!." Hakluyt. 2 Hakluyt, i. 677682; iii. 135137; Hazard's Collections, i. 24 2S ; British Empire,...
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The annals of America: from the discovery by Columbus in the year ..., Volume 1

Abiel Holmes - America - 1829
...people into her Majesties hands, together with her highnesse picture and armes, in a peice of sixe pence of current English money under the plate, whereunder was also written the name of our Generall." Hakluyt. 2 Hakluyt, i. 677682; iii. 135137; Hazard's Collections, i. 2428; British...
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Bentley's Miscellany, Volume 17

Charles Dickens, William Harrison Ainsworth, Albert Smith, George Cruikshank - 1845
...priority of discovery. Pretty concludes his narrative with the following significant paragraph : " // seemeth that the Spaniards hitherto had never been in this part of the country, neither did ever discover the land by many degrees to the touthmords of this place." In 1778,...
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Bentley's Miscellany, Volume 17

1845
...of discovery. Pretty concludes his narrative with the following significant paragraph : " It seemelh that the Spaniards hitherto had never been in this part of the country, neither did ever discover the land by many degrees to the southwards of this place." In 1778,...
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Address on the History of California, from the Discovery of the Country to ...

Edmund Randolph - California - 1860 - 72 pages
...into her J\Iajestie's hands, together with her " highness' picture and arms, in a piece of Jive pence of current " English money under the plate whereunder was also written the " name of our General." These mementoes of his visit and the first recorded landing of the white man upon our shores, I think...
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Vancouver Island and British Columbia: Their history, resources and prospects

Matthew Macfie - Travel - 1865 - 574 pages
...Francis Drake named that part of the coast New Albion. ' It seems,' says the narrative referred to, ' that the Spaniards hitherto had never been in this part of the country, neither did they ever discover the laud by many degrees to the south of this place.' When...
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The History of California

Franklin Tuthill - California - 1866 - 657 pages
...plate nailed upon a faire great poste, whereupon was ingraven her Majestie's name, the day and year of our arrival there, with the free giving up of the...whereunder was also written the name of our general." The natives, who were robust, powerful, unsuspecting, and kindly, lived in huts by the water-side,...
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Letter From the Secretary of the Treasury

1867
...antiquary. And it would also appear that Sir Francis Drake knew noticing of Cabrillo's voyage, for hfc says: "It seemeth that the Spaniards hitherto had never been in this part of the country, neither did discover the lande by many degrees to the south ward of this place." There were...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d ...

United States. Congress. House - United States - 1867
...antiquary. And it would also appear that Sir Francis Drake knew nothMug of (Jabrillo'e voyage, for he says : "It seemeth that the Spaniards hitherto had never been in this part of the country, neither did discover the lande by many degrees to the southward of this place." There were...
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Reports upon the mineral resources of the United States

John Ross Browne, United States. Dept. of the Treasury, James Wickes Taylor - Gold mines and mining - 1867 - 360 pages
...would also appear that Sir Francis Drake knew notlMng of Cabrillo'e voyage, for he says : " It eeemeth that the Spaniards hitherto had never been in this part of the country, neither did discover the lande by many degrees to the southward of this place." large vessels...
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