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" Tagarin, where he stayed some good time, and got into his possession, partly by the sword, and partly by other means, to the number of 300 Negroes at the least, besides other merchandises which that country yieldeth. "
Negro History: 1553-1903 - Page 1
by Edwin Wolf, II - 1969 - 83 pages
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The youth's companion: or An historical dictionary; consisting of articles ...

Ezra Sampson - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1813 - 424 pages
...been concerned in this commerce, was John Hawkins, who was afterwards knighted by Queen Elizabeth. He got into his possession, partly by the sword, and partly by other means, three hundred negroes, and sold them in the West-Indies. Hawkins's second voyage was patronised...
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The Youth's Companion, Or, An Historical Dictionary: Consisting of Articles ...

Ezra Sampson - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1816 - 412 pages
...been concerned in this commerce, was John Hawkins, who was afterwards knighted by Queen Elizabeth. He got into his possession, partly by the sword, and partly by other means, three hundred negroes, and sold them in the West-Indies. Hawkins's second voyage was patroiii'/.ed...
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The British admirals: With an introductory view of the naval ..., Volume 3

Robert Southey, Robert Bell - Admirals - 1834
...; which place is said to have been called Taggarin by the natives. There he stayed some time, " and got into his possession, partly by the sword, and partly by other means, to the number of 300 negroes at the least, besides other merchandise which that country yieldeth."...
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Lights and Shadows of African History, Volume 10

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - Africa - 1844 - 336 pages
...ships for the enterprise, and sailed to Sierra Leone, in 1562. In a short time after his arrival, he got into his possession, partly by the sword, and partly by other means, 300 negroes, whom he carried to St. Domingo. Returning to London with rich profits, he attracted...
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An Account of Discoveries in the West Until 1519, and of Voyages to and ...

Conway Robinson, Robert Greenhow, Virginia Historical Society - America - 1848 - 491 pages
...Guinea, which place, by the people of the country is called Tagarin, where he stayed some good time, and got into his possession, partly by the sword and partly by other means, to the number of three hundred negroes at the least, besides other merchandises which that country...
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The history of British Guiana: comprising a general description of ..., Volume 1

Henry G. Dalton - Guyana - 1855
...from England for Sierra Leone, in October, 1562, and in a short time after his arrival on the coast, got into his possession, partly by the sword, and partly by other means, about 300 negroes, besides sundry merchandise, with which he proceeded to Hispaniola; and touching...
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The New England history: from the discovery of the continent by ..., Volume 2

Charles Wyllys Elliott - America - 1857
...villages, and as Hakluyt says, i " Stayed some good time, and got into his possession, partly by the sword, partly by other meanes, to the nomber of 300 Negroes, at the least, with other marchandises which that countrey yeeldeth." With these he traded in Hispaniola, and thence,...
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The Hawkins' Voyages During the Reigns of Henry VIII, Queen Elizabeth, and ...

Sir Clements Robert Markham - Amérique du Sud - Descriptions et voyages - 1878 - 453 pages
...Guinea, which place by the people of the countery is called Tagarin, where he stayed some good time, and got into his possession, partly by the sword, and...meanes, to the nomber of 300. negroes at the least, besides other marchandises, which that Country yeeldeth. With this praye he sailed ouer the Ocean sea...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 66

1883
...Guinea, Hakluyt frankly tells us in the brief note which gives all that is known of this expedition, "he got into his possession, partly by the sword and partly by other meanes, to the number of 300 negroes at the least, besides other merchandises which that country yeeldeth." With this...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 66

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1883
...Guinea, Hakluyt frankly tells us in the brief note which gives all that is known of this expedition, "he got into his possession, partly by the sword and partly by other meaiies, to the number of 300 negroes at the least, besides other merchandises which that country yeeldeth.''...
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