The principal navigations, voyages, traffiques, and discoveries of the English nation, by Richard Hakluyt
- Sir George Peckham’s true Report of the late discoueries. continued.
- A letter of Sir Francis Walsingham to M. Richard Hakluyt then of Christchurch in Oxford,
incouraging him in the study of Cosmographie, and of furthering new discoueries, &c.
- A letter of Sir Francis Walsingham to Master Thomas Aldworth merchant, and at that time
Maior of the Citie of Bristoll, concerning their aduenture in the Westerne discouerie.
- A letter written from M. Thomas Aldworth merchant and Maior of the Citie of Bristoll, to
the right honourable Sir Francis Walsingham principall Secretary to her Maiestie, concerning a Westerne voyage intended
for the discouery of the coast of America, lying to the Southwest of Cape Briton.
- A briefe and summary discourse vpon the intended voyage to the hithermost parts of America:
written by Captaine Carlile in April, 1583. for the better inducement to satisfie such Merchants of the Moscouian
companie and others, as in disbursing their money towards the furniture of the present charge, doe demand forthwith a
present returne of gaine, albeit their said particular disbursements are required but in very slender summes, the
highest being 25. li. the second at 12. li. 10. s. and the lowest at 6. pound fiue shilling.
- Articles set downe by the Committies appointed in the behalfe of the Companie of Moscouian
Marchants, to conferre with M. Carlile, vpon his intended discouerie and attempt into the hithermost parts of
- A relation of the first voyage and discouerie of the Isle Ramea, made for Monsieur de La
Court Pre Ravillon and Grand Pre, with the ship called the Bonauenture, to kill and make Traine oyle of the beasts
called the Morses with great teeth, which we haue perfourmed by Gods helpe this yeere 1591.
- A letter sent to the right Honourable Sir William Cecil Lord Burghley, Lord high Treasurer
of England &c. From M. Thomas Iames of Bristoll, concerning the discouerie of the Isle of Ramea, dated the 14 of
- A briefe note of the Morsse and the vse thereof.
- The voyage of the ship called the Marigold of M. Hill of Redrife vnto Cape Briton and
beyond to the latitude of 44 degrees and an halfe, 1593. Written by Richard Fisher Master Hilles man of Redriffe.
- A briefe note concerning the voyage of M. George Drake of Apsham to Isle of Ramea in the
aforesayd yere 1593.
- The voyage of the Grace of Bristoll of M. Rice Iones, a Barke of thirty-fiue Tunnes, vp
into the Bay of Saint Laurence to the Northwest of Newfoundland, as farre as the Ile of Assumption or Natiscotec, for
the barbes or fynnes of Whales and traine Oyle, made by Siluester Wyet, Shipmaster of Bristoll.
- The voyage of M. Charles Leigh, and diuers others to Cape Briton and the Isle of
- Certaine Voyages [of Jacques Cartier]
Containing the discouerie of the Gulfe of Sainct Laurence to the west of Newfoundland, and from thence vp the riuer of
Canada, to Hochelaga, Saguenay, and other places: with a description of the temperature of the climate, the disposition
of the people, the nature, commodities, and riches of the soile, and other matters of speciall moment.
- The first relation of Iaques Carthier of S. Malo, of the new land called New France, newly
discovered in the yere of our Lord 1534.
- A shorte and briefe narration of the Nauigation made by the commandement of the King of
France, to the Islands of Canada, Hochelaga, Saguenay, and diuers others which now are called New France, with the
particular customes, and maners of the inhabitants therein.
- The third voyage of discouery made by Captaine Iaques Cartier, 1540. vnto the Countreys of
Canada, Hochelaga, and Saguenay.
- A letter written to M. Iohn Growte student in Paris, by Iaques Noel of S. Malo, the nephew
of Iaques Cartier, touching the foresaid discouery.
- Vnderneath the aforesaid vnperfite relation that which followeth is written on another
letter sent to M. Iohn Growte student in Paris from Iaques Noel of S. Malo, the grand nephew of Iaques Cartier.
- Here followeth the course from Belle Isle, Carpont, and the Grand Bay in Newfoundland vp
the Riuer of Canada for the space of 230. leagues, obserued by Iohn Alphonse of Xanctoigne chiefe Pilote to Monsieur
- The Voyage of Iohn Francis de la Roche, knight, Lord of Roberual, to the Countries of
Canada, Saguenai, and Hochelaga, with three tall Ships, and two hundred persons, both men, women, and children, begun
in April, 1542. In which parts he remayned the same summer, and all the next winter.
- The voyage of Monsieur Roberual from his Fort in Canada vnto Saguenay, the fifth of Iune,
- A Discourse of Western Planting, written by M. Richard Hakluyt, 1584.
- The first colony of Virginia
- The relation of John de Verrazano of the land by him discovered.
- A notable historie containing foure voyages made by certaine French Captaines into Florida:
Wherein the great riches and fruitefulnesse of the Countrey with the maners of the people hitherto concealed are
brought to light, written all, sauing the last, by Monsieur Laudonniere, who remained there himselfe as the French
Kings Lieutenant a yeere and a quarter. [now a separate book]
- The relation of Pedro Morales a Spaniard, which sir Francis Drake brought from Saint
Augustines in Florida, where he had remayned sixe yeeres, touching the state of those parts, taken from his mouth by
Master Richard Hakluyt 1586.
- The relation of Nicholas Burgoignon, aliâs Holy, whom sir Francis Drake brought from Saint
Augustine also in Florida, where he had remayned sixe yeeres, in mine and Master Heriots hearing.
- Virginia richly valued, by the description of the maine land of Florida, her next
neighbour: out of the foure yeeres continuall trauell and discouerie, for aboue one thousand miles east and west, of
Don Ferdinando de Soto and sixe hundred able men in his companie.