The History of the Conquest of Mexico: By the Spaniards. In Two Volumes. Translated Into English from the Original Spanish of Don Antonio de Solis, ... by Thomas Townsend, Esq; ... The Whole Translation Revised and Corrected by Nathanael Hooke, ...
John Osborn, 1738
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
Account Action afterwards Aguilar Ambassadors appear'd appeared Arms Army began Bernal Diaz Captains Cazique CHAP Cholula City commanded Conquest Country Cruz Cuba Danger Defence Design desired Diego de Ordaz Diego Velasquez Difficulty discover'd discovered Distance Donna Marina Embassy Emperor endeavour'd endeavoured Enemies Enterprize fame Favour Fear Fleet Force Francisco Francisco de Lugo Francisco de Montejo Friends gave give Gods Gold greater greatest Grijalva Heman Cortes Hernan Honour Idols immediately Indians Island Juan Juan de Grijalva King leaving Manner March ment Mexicans Mexico Motezuma Name ness niards Number Obedience oblig'd obliged Occasion Opinion order'd Orders Palace Peace Pedro de Alvarado Person Place Power Present Priests Prince Prisoners Province publick Quarters Reason received Religion Republick Resolution rest Security Senate sensible sent shew Ships Soldiers Spain Spaniards Tabasco Temples Teutile Thing thought tion Tlascala took Town Troops Truth Tucatan Valour Vessels Voyage Xicotencal Zempoalans zique