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THE HAKLUYT SOCIETY, Works issued by :-
Vols. XCI. to C. and Vols. I. to V. (New Series). 8vo.

Lond. 1895-1900

*** For Contents of Vols. 1. to XC. see Original Catalogue

VOL. XCI.
Narratives of the Voyages of Pedro Sarmiento de Gamboa to the

Straits of Magellan. Translated and edited, with Notes and
an Introduction, by (Sir) Clements R. Markham.

1895

VOLS. XCII., XCIII., XCIV.
History and Description of Africa and of the notable things therein

contained. Written by Al-Hassan Ibu-Mohammed Al-Wezaz
Al-Fasi, a Moor baptized as Giovanni Leone, but better known
as Leo Africanus. Done into English in the year 1600 by
John Pory, and now edited, with an Introduction and Notes,
by Dr. Robert Brown.

3 vols. 1896

VOL. XCV.
Chronicle of the Discovery and Conquest of Guinea. Written by

Gomes Eannes de Azurara. Now first done into English by

Charles Raymond Beazley and Edgar Prestage. Vol. I. 1896 Markham. Richard Hakluyt: his Life and Work. By Sir Clements R. Markham.

1896 VOLS. XCVI., XCVII. Danish Arctic Expeditions, 1605 to 1620. In two Books. Book I. :

The Danish Expeditions to Greenland in 1605, 1606, and 1607 ; to which is added Captain James Hall's Voyage to Greenland in 1612. Book II. : The Expedition of Captain Jens Munk to Hudson's Bay in Search of a North-West Passage in 1619–20. Edited, with Notes and Introductions, by C. C. A. Gosch.

2 vols. 1897. VOL. XCVIII. The Christian Topography of Cosmos, an Egyptian Monk. Translated

from the Greek and editel, with Notes and Introduction, by J. W. McCrindle.

1897

VOL. XCIX.
A Journal of the First Voyage of Vasco Da Gama, 1497--1:199. Trans-

lated and editeil, with Notes, an Introduction and Appendices,
by E. G. Ravenstein.

1898

VOL. C.
Chronicle of the Discovery and Conquest of Guinea. Written by

Gomes Eannes de Azurara. Now first done into English by
Charles Raymond Beazley and Elgar Prestage. Vol. II. 1899

NEW SERIES. VOLS. I. AND II.
The Embassy of Sir Thomas Roe to the Court of the Great Mogul,

1615-1619, as narrated in His Journal and Correspondence.
Edited from Contemporary Records by William Foster.

2 vols. 1899

HAKLUYT SOCIETY'S PUBLICATIONS (Continued)

VOL. III.
The Voyage of Robert Dudley, afterwards styled Earl of Warwick

and Leicester and Duke of Northumberland, to the West Indies,
1594–1595. Narrated by Captain Wyatt, by himself, and by
Abram Kendall, master. Edited by George F. Warner. 1899

VOL. IV.
The Journey of William of Rubruck to the Eastern Parts of the World,

1253-55, as narrated by himself, with two accounts of the earlier
Journey of John of Pian de Carpine. Translated from the Latin
and edited, with an Introductory Notice, by William Woodville
Rockhill.

1900
VOL. V.
The Voyage of Captain John Saris to Japan, 1613. Edited from
Contemporary Records by Sir Ernest M. Satow.

1900

THE NAVY RECORDS SOCIETY, Works issued by :

Vols. I. to XVIII. 8vo.

Lond. 1891-1900

VOLs. I., II. State Papers relating to the Defeat of the Spanish Armada, Anno 1588. Edited by Prof. J. K. Laughton.

1894 VOL. III. Letters written by Sir Samuel (Viscount) Hood from the West Indies,

&c., in 1781-83, Illustrated by Extracts from Logs and Public
Recorils. Edited by David Hannay.

1895
VOL. IV.
Index to James's Naval History. Edition 1886. Prepared by C. G.
Toogood. Edited by the Hon. T. A. Brassey.

1895
VOL. V.
Life of Captain Stephen Martin, 1666–1740. Edited by (Sir) Clements
R. Markham.

1895
VOL. VI.
Journal of Rear-Admiral Bartholomew James, 1752-1828. Edited

by John Knox Laughton with the assistance of Com. J. Y. F. Sulivan.

1896
VOL. VII.
Two Discourses of the Navy, 1638 and 1659. By John Hollond.

Also a Discourse of the Navy, 1660. By Sir Robert Styngesbie.
Edited by J. R. Tanner.

1896
VOL. VIII.
Naval Accounts and Inventories of the Reign of Henry VII., 1485–8
and 1495-7. Edited by M. Oppenheim.

1896

VOL. IX.
Journal of Sir George Rooke, Admiral of the Fleet, 1700-1702.
Edited by Oscar Browning.

1897
VOL. X.
Letters and Papers relating to the War with France, 1512-1513. By
Alfred Spout.

1897

NAVY RECORDS SOCIETY'S PUBLICATIONS (Continued)

VOL. XI.
Papers relating to the Navy during the Spanish War, 1585–1587.
Edited by Julian S. Corbett.

1898
VOL. XII.
Letters and Papers of Admiral of the Fleet Sir Thomas Byam Martin.
Edited by Admiral Sir Richard Vesey Hamilton.

1898
VOLs. XIII. AND XVII.
Letters and Papers relating to the first Dutch War, 1652–54. Edited
by Dr. Samuel Rawson Gardiner.

2 vols. 1899-1900
VOL. XIV.
Despatches and Letters relating to the Blockade of Brest, 1803–1805.
Edited by John Leyland.

1899
VOL. XV.
History of the Russian Fleet during the Reign of Peter the Great. By

a Contemporary Englishman (1721). Ellited by Vice-Admiral
Cyprian A. G. Bridge.

1899
VOLS. XVI. AND XVIII.
Logs of the Great Sea Fights, 1794-1805. Edited by Rear-Admiral
T. Sturges Jackson.

2 vols. 1899-1900

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2. VOYAGES AND TRAVELS IN VARIOUS PARTS OF

THE BRITISH EMPIRE

RAVENSTEIN. Voyages of Diogo Cão and Bartholomew Dias, 1482–88. By E. G. Ravenstein.

• Geo. Jour.' xvi. 1900 BECHER." Landfall of Columbus on his First Voyage to America. By Capt. A. B. Becher.

J.R.G.S. xxvi. 1856 HOCKEN. Abel Tasman and his Journal. By Dr. T. M. Hocken.

Pamp. 146. Otago, 1895 MAULT. Note on a MS. Chart in the British Museum showing Tasman's Tracks in the Voyage of 1612-4. By A. Mault.

Charts. R.S.T. 1894-95 WALKER. Abel Janszoon Tasman. His Life and Voyages. By James Backhouse Walker.

Charts. R.S.T. 1894-95 ABEL JANSZOON TASMAN'S Journal of his Discovery of Van Diemen's

Land and New Zealand in 1642, with Documents relating to his Exploration of Australia in 1644 ; being Photo-lithographic Facsimiles of the Original Manuscript in the Colonial Archives at the Hague, with an English Translation and Facsimiles of Original Maps, to which are added Life and Labours of Abel Janszoon Tasman by J. E. Heeres, LL.D., Professor at the Dutch Colonial Institute, Delft, and Observations made with the Compass on Tasman's Voyage by Dr. W. Van Bemmelen, Assistant Director of the Royal Meteorological Institute Utrecht.

Folio. Amsterdam, 1898 DOZY. Abel Janszoon Tasman. Door Ch. M. Dozy.

K.I.Ned. Ind. 1887 ROBINSON. Account of Discoveries in the West until 1519 and of Voyages

to and Along the Atlantic Coast of North America from 1520 to 1573.

Prepared by Conway Robinson. 8vo. Richmond (U.S.A.) 1848 RALEIGH. Judicious and Select Essays and Observations by that renowned and learned Knight, Sir Walter Raleigh.

12mo. Lond. 1650 SLOETTEN. The Isle of Pines, or a Late Discovery of a Fourth Island near Terra Australis Incognita. By Henry Cornelius Van Sloetten.

Sm. 4to. Lond. 1668 OVINGTON. I Voyage to Suratt in the year 1689, giving a large account of

that City and its Inhabitants and of the English Factory there ; likewise a description of Madeira, St. Jago, Annobon, Cabenda, and Malemba (upon the coast of Africa), St. Helena, Johanna, Bombay, the City of Muscatt and its Inhabitants in Arabia Felix, Mocha, and other Maritime Towns upon the Red Sea, the Cape of Good Hope, and the Island Ascension. By J. Ovington.

12mo. Lond. 1696 LEGUAT. Voyage et Aventures de François Leguat et de ses Compagnons en

deux Isles Desertes des Indes Orientales avec la rélation des choses les plus remarquables qu'ils ont observées dans l'île Maurice, à Batavia, au Cap de Bonne-Espérance, dans l'île St. Helene, &c.

2 Tomes en 1. Cartes et Figures. 12mo. Lond. 1708 DIEREVILLE. Relation en Prose et en Vers du Voyage du Port Royal de l'Acadie ou de la Nouvelle France. Par M. Diereville.

12mo. Amsterdam, 1710

VOYAGES AND TRAVELS (Continued)-
ATLAS GEOGRAPHUS, or a Compleat System of Geography (Ancient and

Modern), containing what is of most use in Bleau, Varenius, Cellarius,
Cluverius, Baudrand, Brietius, Sanson, &c.; with the discoveries and
improvements of the best modern Authors to this time.

4 vols. Maps. Svo. Lond. 1711-1714 VOYAGES AUX CÔTES DE GUINÉE ET EN AMERIQUE. Par M. N.

12mo. Amsterdam, 1719 MARCHAIS. Voyage du Chevalier Des Marchais en Guinée, Isles Voisines

et a Cayenne, fait en 1725, 1726, et 1727, contenants une description
très exacte et très étendue de ces Pais et du Commerce qui s'y fait.
Par le R. Père Labat.

Illustré. 4 vols. 12mo. Paris, 1730
ATKINS. Voyage to Guinea, Brasil, and the West Indies in His Majesty's

Ships the “Swallow' and · Weymouth': describing the several Islands
and Settlements, including Barbacoes, Jamaica, &c., the Languages,
Habits, Manners, Customs, &c., of the Natives, with remarks on the
Gold, Ivory, and Slave Trade. By John Atkins.

12mo. Lond. 1735 THOMAS. A True and Impartial Journal of a Voyage to the South Seas and

round the Globe in His Majesty's Ship the • Centurion,' under the
command of Commodore George Anson. By Pascoe Thomas.

8vo. Lond. 1745 A VOYAGE TO THE EAST INDIES in 1747 and 1748 ; containing an

account of the Islands of St. Helena and Java, of the City of Batavia,
of the Government and Political Conduct of the Dutch and of the
Empire of China.

8vo. Lond. 1762 BOUGAINVILLE'S VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLD, 1766-69. Translated from the French by J. R. Forster.

4to. and 8vo. Lond. and Dublin, 1772

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BYRON. A New Authentic and Complete Account and Narrative of a

Voyage round the World undertaken and performed by the Hon.
Commodore (now Admiral) Byron in His Majesty's Ship the Dolphin,'
accompanied by Captain Mouat in the Tamar Sloop. Undertaken prin-
cipally for making Discoveries in the Southern Ocean between the
Cape of Good Hope and the Magellanic Straits 1794–96.

Folio. Lond. N.D.
PARKINSON. Journal of a Voyage to the South Seas in H.M.S. the

• Endeavour.' Transcribed from the Papers of Sydney Parkinson,
Draughtsman to Sir Joseph Banks on his Expedition with Dr.
Solander round the World.

Plates. 4to. Lond. 1773
WALLIS. Voyage round the World performed by Captain Samuel Wallis

in His Majesty's Ship the Dolphin' with a view to make Discoveries
in the South Seas, 1766-1768.

Folio. Lond. N.D.
CARTERET. Voyage round the World undertaken and performed by that

neglected and gallant officer, Captain Philip Carteret, in His Majesty's
Sloop the Swallow,' 1760-1769.

Folio. Lond. N.D.
VOYAGE TO THE ISLAND OF MAURITIUS OR ISLE OF FRANCE,

THE ISLE OF BOURBON, TIIE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE, &c. By
a French Officer. Translated from the French by John Parish.

8vo. Lond. 1775

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