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I have been accompanied with many sorrows, with labour, hunger, heat, sickness, and peril; it appeareth, notwithstanding, that I made no other bravado of going to the sea, than was meant.
Dedication
Sir Walter
Raleigh
Harvard Classics, Vol. 33
 
Voyages and Travels
 
Ancient and Modern
 
These seven accounts move from the ancient fathers of historical prose Herodotus and Tacitus in Egypt and Germany, respectively, to the great Elizabethan explorers Drake, Gilbert and Raleigh as they colonize new lands.
 
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CONTENTS
Bibliographic Record
NEW YORK: P.F. COLLIER & SON COMPANY, 1909–14
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2001
 
 
Herodotus
Introductory Note
An Account of Egypt
Being the Second Book of His Histories Called Euterpe
Translated by G. C. Macaulay
Paras. 1–19
Paras. 20–39
Paras. 40–59
Paras. 60–77
 
Tacitus
Introductory Note
Translated by Thomas Gordon
Germany
 
Sir Francis Drake
Introductory Note
Sir Francis Drake Revived
Edited by Philip Nichols
Dedication
The Dedicatory Epistle
To the Courteous Reader
Paras. 1–99
Paras. 100–199
Paras. 200–292
 
Francis Pretty
Sir Francis Drake’s Famous Voyage Round the World
 
Captain Walter Bigges
Introduction
Drake’s Great Armada
 
Edward Haies
Introductory Note
Sir Humphrey Gilbert’s Voyage to Newfoundland
Paras. 1–49
Paras. 50–83
 
Sir Walter Raleigh
Introductory Note
The Discovery of Guiana
Dedication
To the Reader
Paras. 1–49
Paras. 50–102


 
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