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" Zoanne has his thoughts directed to a greater undertaking, for he thinks of going, after this place is occupied, along the coast farther toward the East until he is opposite the island called Cipango, situate in the equinoctial region, where he believes... "
Proceedings of the Royal Colonial Institute - Page 247
by Royal Commonwealth Society - 1899
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The Discoveries of America to the Year 1525, Volume 1

Arthur James Weise - America - 1884 - 380 pages
...the East until he is opposite the island called Cipango, situate in the equinoctial region, where he believes all the spices of the world grow, and where there are also gems. And he says that he was once at Mecca, where from remote countries spices are carried by caravans, and...
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History of the Dominion of Canada

William Henry Parr Greswell, Royal Colonial Institute, London - Canada - 1890 - 339 pages
...east, until he is opposite the island called Cipango, situate in the equinoctial regions, where he believes all the spices of the world grow, and where...Majesty will arm some ships, and will give him all the convicts, so that he may go to this country and plant a colony there, and in this way he hopes to make...
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Cabot's Discovery of North America

George Edward Weare - America - 1897 - 343 pages
...the east until he is opposite the island called Cipango, situate in the equinoctial region, where he believes all the spices of the world grow, and where there are also gems. And he says that he was once at Mecca, where from remote countries spices are carried by caravan, and that...
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Cabot's Discovery of North America

George Edward Weare - America - 1897 - 343 pages
...along the coast toward the east until he is opposite the island called Cipango [Japan], . . . where he believes all the spices of the world grow, and where there are also gems ; ... he hopes to make London a greater place for spices than Alexandria."4 When Columbus discovered...
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Selections from the Sources of English History: Being a ..., Part 1832

Charles William Colby - Great Britain - 1899 - 325 pages
...the east until he is opposite the island called Cipango,- situate in the equinoctial region, where he believes all the spices of the world grow, and where there are also gems. And he says that he was once at Mecca, where from remote countries spices are earned by caravan, and that...
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Selections from the Sources of English History: Being a ..., Part 1832

Charles William Colby - Great Britain - 1899 - 325 pages
...eagtJ until he is oppdSftfc-the island called Cipango,2 situate in the equinoctial region, where he believes all the spices of the world grow, and where there are also gems. And he says that he was once at Mecca, where from remote countries spices are carried by caravan, and that...
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The History of North America, Volume 1

Guy Carleton Lee, Francis Newton Thorpe - United States - 1903
...the East until he is opposite the island called Cipango, situate in the equinoctial region, where he believes all the spices of the world grow, and where there are also gems. And he says that he was once at Mecca, where from remote countries spices are carried by caravans, and...
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Discovery and Exploration, Volume 1

Alfred Brittain, George Edward Reed - America - 1903 - 511 pages
...the East until he is opposite the island called Cipango, situate in the equinoctial region, where he believes all the spices of the world grow, and where there are also gems. And he says that he was once at Mecca, where from remote countries spices are carried by caravans, and...
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The History of North America Volume 1 Discovery and Exploration

Alfred Brittain - 1903
...the East until he is opposite the island called Cipango, situate in the equinoctial region, where he believes all the spices of the world grow, and where there are also gems. And he says that he was once at Mecca, where from remote countries spices are carried by caravans, and...
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The world's exploration story

Albert Lee - 1906
...along the coast farther toward the East until he is opposite the island called Cipango, . . . where he believes all the spices of the world grow, and where there are also gems." The reports of a voyage that spoke with certainty of the presence of great fishing banks ought not...
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