Bibliography of the Hakluyt Society Second Series, Part I Posted By: Jack Benson Complete Bibliography, Hakluyt Society Publications Bibliography of the Hakluyt Society Second Series, Part I Second Series, Part I. Compiled by P. E. H. Hair Nos. 1 – 90 (1899 – 1944) 2/1. 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, B.A., Editor of “Letters Received by the East India Company, 1615,” Joint Editor of “The First Letter Book of the East India Company, 1600-1619,” Honorary Secretary of the Hakluyt Society. Volume I. 1899. Pages x, lxviii, 271 + 1 map, 3 illustrations. The main pagination of this and the following volume is continuous. A revised edition independently issued, 1926. 2/2. The embassy of Sir Thomas Roe … . Volume II. 1899. Pages viii, 273-586, 20 + 1 map, 3 illustrations. 2/3. The Voyage of Sir Robert Dudley, afterwards styled Earl of Warwick and Leicester and Duke of Northumberland, to the West Indies, 1594-1595, narrated by Capt. Wyatt, by himself, and by Abram Kendall, Master. Edited by George F. Warner, Assistant-Keeper of Manuscripts, British Museum. 1899. Pages lxvi, 104, 20 + 1 map, 2 illustrations. 2/4. 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 Caprine. Translated from the Latin and Edited, with an Introductory Notice, by William Woodville Rockhill, Honorary Corresponding Member of the Royal Geographical Society. 1900. Pages lvi, 304, 20. For a later edition of the primary work, see 173 below. 2/5. The Voyage of Captain John Saris to Japan, 1613. Edited by Sir Ernest Mason Satow, K.C.M.G., Her Majesty’s Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to China, and late Her Majesty’s Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Japan. 1900. Pages lxxxviii, 242, 20. Saris’s journal, with two of his reports to the East India Company, a letter, and extracts from Purchas. 2/6. The Strange Adventures of Andrew Battell of Leigh, in Angola and the Adjoining Regions. Reprinted from “Purchas his Pilgrimes.” Edited, with Notes and a Concise History of Kongo and Angola, by E. G. Ravenstein. 1901 (1900). Pages xx, 210, 20 + 2 maps. Adventures between 1589 and 1607. With part of Anthony Knivet’s account of his activities in the same countries, from the same source.The spine title incorrectly reads ‘Andrew Battell in Guinea’, a geographical blunder. 2/7. The Discovery of the Solomon Islands by Alvaro de Mendaña in 1568. Translated from the Original Spanish Manuscripts. Edited, with Introduction and Notes, by Lord Amherst of Hackney, and Basil Thomson. Volume I. 1901. Pages lxxxvi, 191 + 3 maps. 17 illustrations. Four narratives, two of them by or attributed to Mendaña’s companions, Hernando Gallego and Pedro Sarmiento. This and the following volume have continuous pagination. 2/8. The Discovery of the Solomon Islands … . Volume II. 1901. Pages 195-482, 20 + 2 maps, 16 illustrations. Three further narratives, including one by Gomez Catoira. 2/9. The Travels of Pedro Teixeira; with his “Kings of Harmuz”, and Extracts from his “Kings of Persia.” Translated and Annotated by William F. Sinclair, Bombay Civil Service (Retd.), with Further Notes and an Introduction by Donald Ferguson. 1902 (1901). Pages cvii, 292, 4, 24. Texts of c.1600. The first supplementary material appears to be the annual peport for 1902 but the inner pages are misprinted with a repetition of pp. cxxx-cxxxi instead of the actual report. 2/10. The Portuguese Expedition to Abyssinia in 1541-1543, as Narrated by Castanhoso, with Some Contemporary Letters, the Short Account of Bermudez, and Certain Extracts from Correa. Translated and Edited by R. S. Whiteway, Bengal Civil Service (Retired). 1902. Pages cxxxii, 296, 24 + 1 map, 2 illustrations. Including a bibliography of Abyssinia, pp. civ-cxxxii. 2/11. Early Dutch and English Voyages to Spitsbergen in the Seventeenth Century, including Hessel Gerritsz. “Histoire du pays nommé Spitsberghe,” 1613, Translated into English, for the First Time, by Basil H. Soulsby, F.S.A., of the British Museum; and Jacob Segersz. van der Brugge “Journael of dagh register,” Amsterdam, 1634, Translated into English, for the First Time, by J. A. J. de Villiers, of the British Museum. Edited, with Introduction and Notes, by Sir W. Martin Conway, F.S.A. 1904 (1902). Pages xvi, 191, 37 + 3 maps, 3 illustrations. With affidavits by English merchants and seamen relating to happenings at Spitzbergen in 1618, and two documents telling of events there in 1634-5, taken from Public Record Office, State Papers Domestic. Including a bibliography of Spitzbergen, pp. ix-xiv. 2/12. A Geographical Account of Countries round the Bay of Bengal, 1669 to 1679, by Thomas Bowrey / Edited by Lt.-Col. Sir Richard Carnac Temple, Bart., C.I.E. 1905 (1903). Pages lvi, 387, 37 + 1 map, 19 illustrations. 2/13. The Voyage of Captain Don Felipe Gonzalez in the Ship of the Line San Lorenzo, with the Frigate Santa Rosalia in Company, to Easter Island in 1770-1: Preceded by an Extract from Mynheer Jacob Roggeveen’s Official Log of his Discovery and Visit to Easter Island in 1722. Transcribed, Translated, and Edited by Bolton Glanvill Corney, Companion of the Imperial Service Order. 1908 (1903). Pages lxxvii, 176, 40 + 3 maps, 4 illustrations. Journals, instructions, minutes, and despatches, with an extract from the 1825 journal of Lieut. George Peard, of H.M.S. Blossom. Preface by Cyprian Bridge. Includes a bibliography of ‘Easter Island and the Pacific Ocean’, pp. 147-58. 2/14. The Voyages of Pedro Fernandez de Quiros, 1595 to 1606. Translated and Edited by Sir Clements Markham, K.C.B., P.R.G.S., President of the Hakluyt Society. Volume I. 1904. Pages xlviii, 320 + 3 maps. Three narratives of voyages to the Pacific. The main pagination of this and the following volume is continuous. 2/15. The Voyages of Pedro Fernandez de Quiros … . Volume II. 1904. Pages viii, 323-555, , 31 + 3 maps. Two further narratives, including one by Torquemada, and an appendix of letters and memoranda addressed to Philip III. The supplementary material includes the annual report for 1903, bound in blue covers. 2/16. The Journal of John Jourdain, 1608-1617, describing his Experiences in Arabia, India, and the Malay Archipelago / Edited by William Foster, … , Editor of “The Embassy of Sir Thomas Roe to the Great Mogul,” … , etc. 1905. Pages lxxxii, 394, 40 + 4 maps. An account of the East India Company’s fourth voyage; with an appendix containing William Revett’s 1609 account of the Seychelles, and reports on other places by merchants and seamen of the same period. 2/17. The Travels of Peter Mundy, in Europe and Asia, 1608-1667. Edited by Lt.-Col. Sir Richard Carnac Temple, Bart., … , Editor of ‘A Geographical Account of Countries round the Bay of Bengal.’ Vol. I: Travels in Europe, 1608-1628. 1907 (1905). Pages lxiii, 284 + 6 maps. With an appendix of extracts from the writings of seventeenth-century travellers to the Levant. Continued in 35, 45, 46, 55, and 78 below. 2/18. The East and West Indian Mirror, Being an Account of Joris van Speilbergen’s Voyage Round the World (1614-1617), and the Australian Navigations of Jacob le Maire.Translated and Edited, with Notes and an Introduction, by John A. J. de Villiers, … . 1906. Pages lxi, 272, 40 + 2 maps, 23 illustrations. From the Dutch edition of 1619, with its illustrations, many of them birds’ eye ‘maps’. 2/19. A New Account of East India and Persia. Being Nine Years’ Travels, 1672-1681, by John Fryer. Edited, with Notes and an Introduction, by William Crooke, formerly of the Bengal Civil Service. Volume I. 1909. Pages xxxviii, 353, 35 + 1 map, 6 illustrations. Composed in the form of letters and first published in 1698. This volume contains Letters I-III. Continued in 20 and 39 below. 2/20. A new account of East India and Persia… . Volume II. 1912. Pages 371 + 1 map. Letters IV and part of V, with a chapter on Indian history and customs, and another on coins, weights, and precious stones. 2/21. The Guanches of Tenerife / The Holy Image of Our Lady of Candelaria / and the Spanish Conquest and Settlement, by the Friar Alonso de Espinosa of the Order of Preachers. Translated and Edited, with Notes and an Introduction, by Sir Clements Markham, … . 1907. Pages xxvi, 221 + 2 maps, 4 illustrations. Written 1580-90, first published at Seville in 1594. The edition includes a bibliography of the Canary Islands, 1341-1907, pp. 187-203. 2/22a. History of the Incas / by Pedro Sarmiento de Gamboa / and the Execution of the Inca Tupac Amaru / by Captain Baltasar de Ocampo /Translated and Edited, with Notes and an Introduction, by Sir Clements Markham, … . 1907. Pages xxii, 395 + 2 maps, 2 illustrations. The first text was dedicated to Philip II in 1572; the second was written in 1610. The edition includes a bibliography of Peru, pp. 341-58. Pagination of this and the following volume is continuous. 2/22b. History of the Incas … / With a Supplement: A Narrative of the Vice-Regal Embassy to Vilcabamba, 1571, and of the Execution of the Inca Tupac Amaru, December 1571, by Friar Gabriel de Oviedo, of Cuzco. 1573. Translated by Sir Clements Markham. 1908 (1907). Pages 397-412. Another eye-witness account. Internally stated to have been issued as a separate item, yet in fact bound within the previous item. 2/23. The True History of the Conquest of New Spain. By Bernal Diaz del Castillo, One of its Conquerors. From the Exact Copy made of the Original Manuscript. Edited and published in Mexico by Genaro García. Translated into English and Edited, with Introduction and Notes, by Alfred Percival Maudslay, M.A., Hon. Professor of Archaeology, National Museum, Mexico. [Volume I.] 1908. Pages lxv, 396 + 3 maps, 15 illustrations. Books I-IV (1517-19) concerning the discovery of Mexico and the expeditions of Francisco Hernández de Cordova and Hernan Cortés, the march inland, and the war in Tlaxcala. The edition includes a bibliography of Mexico, pp. 311-68. Continued in 24, 25, 30, and 40 below. 2/24. The True History of the Conquest of New Spain … . Volume II. 1910. Pages xvi, 343 + 1 map, 13 illustrations. Books V-IX (1519-20) concerning the march to Mexico, the stay there, the expedition against Narvaez, the flight from Mexico, and the halt at Tepeaca. 2/25. The True History of the Conquest of New Spain … . Volume III. 1910. Pages 38 + 8 maps. A box of maps and plans of the valley and city of Mexico, several reproduced from sixteenth-century originals. 2/26. Storm van ‘s Gravesande / The Rise of British Guiana / Compiled from His Despatches / By C. A. Harris, C.B., C.M.G., Chief Clerk, Colonial Office, and J. A. J. de Villiers, … . Volume I. 1911. Pages 372 + 3 maps, 4 illustrations. Extracts from despatches by Laurens Storm van ‘s Gravesande to the directors of the Zeeland Chamber of the Dutch West India Company, 1738-72, selected to illustrate the rise and expansion of the colony, with a detailed introduction. This volume ends with the despatch dated 15 March 1760. For May 1760 to September 1772, see the following volume, with which the pagination is continuous. 2/27. Storm van ‘s Gravesande … . Volume II. 1911. Pages 373-704, xxxvi + 1 illustration. 2/28. Early Spanish Voyages to the Strait of Magellan / Translated and Edited, with a Preface, Introduction and Notes, by Sir Clements Markham, K.C.B., Vice-President of the Hakluyt Society. 1911. Pages xii, 288 + 12 maps. Narratives of the second voyage through the strait, commanded by the Comendador Loaysa and Sebastián del Cano, 1524-6, the third voyage, under the command of Simón de Alcazaba, 1534-5, and the reconnaissance by Bartolomé and Gonzalo de Nodal, 1618-19; with a fragment relating to the expedition sent by the bishop of Plasencia under Alonso de Camargo, 1539-41. 2/29. Book of the Knowledge of All the Kingdoms, Lands, and Lordships that are in the World, and the Arms and Devices of each Land and Lordship, or of the Kings and Lords who possess them. Written by a Spanish Franciscan in the Middle of the XIV Century. Published for the First Time / with Notes by Marcos Jiménez de la Espada, in 1877. Translated and Edited by Sir Clements Markham, … . 1912. Pages xiii, 85, xxxvi + 20 illustrations. 2/30. The True History of the Conquest of New Spain … . Volume IV. 1912. Pages xiv, 395 + 3 maps, 3 illustrations. Continued from Second Series 25 above. Books X-XIII, relating the siege and capture of Mexico, 1521, and the ensuing settlement. 2/31. The War of Quito / by Pedro de Cieza de León / and Inca Documents / Translated and Edited by Sir Clements R. Markham, … . 1913. Pages xii, 212, xxxvi. Book III (1543-44) of Cieza’s ‘Civil Wars of Peru’. The additional documents continue the narrative to c. 1568. For other sections of the same source, in volumes variously titled, see 42 and 54 below. 2/32. The Quest and Occupation of Tahiti by Emissaries of Spain during the Years 1772-1776. Told in Despatches and other Contemporary Documents: Translated into English and Compiled, with Notes and an Introduction, by Bolton Glanvill Corney, Companion of the Imperial Service Order. Volume I. 1913. Pages lxxxviii, 363 + 3 maps, 8 illustrations. Instructions, minutes, despatches, and other documents from Spanish and English archives, relating to exploration of the East Indies. Title should read ‘Quest for and Occupation of …’. Continued in 36 and 43 below. 2/33. Cathay and the Way Thither… . . . New Edition, Revised throughout in the Light of Recent Discoveries, by Henri Cordier, D.Litt., Hon. M.R.A.S., Hon. Cor. M.R.G.S., Hon. F.R.S.L., Member of the Institut de France, Professor at the École des Langues Orientales Vivantes, Paris. Volume II Odoric of Pordenone. 1913. Pages xiii, 367 + 1 map, 6 illustrations. Volume I followed (38 below). A revised edition of First Series 36 (1866) and 37 (1866) above, whose title page was followed. The appendix contains a Latin and an Italian text of Friar Odoric’s travels in the early fourteenth century. Continued in 37 and 41 below. 2/34. New Light on Drake / A Collection of Documents relating to his Voyage of Circumnavigation, / 1577-1580. Translated and Edited by Zelia Nuttall / Illustrated by a Map and Plates. 1914. Pages lvi, 443, xxxvi + 3 maps, 14 illustrations. Spanish official documents, depositions by prisoners, documents relating to Nuño da Silva, etc. 2/35. The Travels of Peter Mundy … . . . Vol. II: Travels in Asia, 1628-1634. 1914. Pages lxxix, 437 + 3 maps, 29 illustrations. Continued from Second Series 17 above. 2/36. The Quest and Occupation of Tahiti … . Volume II. 1915. Pages xlvii, 521 + 8 illustrations. Continued from Second Series 32 above. 2/37. Cathay and the Way Thither … . . . . Vol. III: Missionary Friars – Rashíduddín – Pegolotti – Marignolli. 1914. Pages xv, 270 + 1 map, 1 illustration. Letters and reports of missionary friars from Cathay and India, 1292-1338; Cathay under the Mongols, from Rashiduddin’s history, c. 1300-1307; Pegolotti’s notices of the land route to Cathay, c. 1330-40; and John d’Marignolli’s recollections of eastern travel, 1338-53, taken from his ‘Chronicle of Bohemia’. 2/38. Cathay and the Way Thither … . Vol. I: Preliminary Essay on the Intercourse between China and the Western Nations previous to the Discovery of the Cape Route. 1915. Pages xxiii, 318, xxxvi + 1 map, 1 illustration. With numerous supplementary extracts from writers of the first to the sixteenth century. 2/39. A new account of East India and Persia … . Volume III. 1915. Pages viii, 271. Continued from Second Series 20 above. Letter V (continued) – Letter VIII. 2/40. The True History of the Conquest of New Spain … . Vol 5. 1916. Pages xv, 463, xxxvi + 3 maps (in pocket), 2 illustrations. Continued from Second Series 30 above. Books XIV-XVII, relating the expedition to Honduras, the return to Mexico, the rule of the Audiencia there, and the record of the conquistadores, with an appendix including the fifth letter of Cortés to the Emperor Charles V, 1526. 2/41. Cathay and the way thither … . Volume IV: Ibn Batuta – Benedict Goes – index. 1916. Pages xii, 359 + 1 map, 1 illustration. Volume I is 33 above. Ibn Battuta’s travels in Bengal and China, c. 1347, and the journey of Goës from Agra to Cathay, 1602-7, with an index to all four volumes. 2/42. Civil Wars of Peru / by Pedro de Cieza de León / (Part IV, Book II) / The War of Chupas / Translated and Edited, with Notes and an Introduction, by Sir Clements R. Markham, …, F.R.S., D.Sc. (Cambridge and Leeds). 1918 (1917). Pages xlvii, 386, xxxix + 2 maps, 2 illustrations. This forms part of the original Book II of Cieza’s ‘Civil Wars of Peru’. For other sections of the same source, in volumes variously titled, see 31 above and 54 below. 2/43. The Quest and Occupation of Tahiti … . Volume III. Containing the Diary of Maximo Rodríguez. 1919 (1918). Pages xlix, 271 + 1 map, 7 illustrations. Continued from Second Series 36 above. With the memorial submitted by Rodríguez to the viceroy of Peru, 1788. 2/44. The Book of Duarte Barbosa. An Account of the Countries bordering on the Indian Ocean and their Inhabitants, Written by Duarte Barbosa, and Completed about the year 1518 A.D. Translated from the Portuguese Text First Published in 1812 A.D. by the Royal Academy of Sciences at Lisbon, in Vol. II of its Collection of Documents regarding the History and Geography of the Nations beyond the Seas, and Edited and Annotated by Mansel Longworth Dames, Indian Civil Service (Retired); Vice-President Royal Asiatic Society and Royal Anthropological Institute; F.R.N.S., M.F.S. Vol I. Including the Coasts of East Africa, Arabia, Persia and Western India as far as the Kingdom of Vijayanagar. 1918. Pages lxxxv, 238, xxxix + 2 maps. With a translation of chapter 2, the history of Rander, from Narmashankar’s ‘Principal events of Surat’. Continued in 49 below. 2/45. The Travels of Peter Mundy … . Vol. III, Part 1: Travels in England, Western India, Achin, Macao, and the Canton River, 1634-1637. 1919. Pages l, 316 + 6 maps, 36 illustrations. Continued from Second Series 35 above. Pagination of this and the following volume is continuous. 2/46. The Travels of Peter Mundy … . Vol. III, Part 2: Travels in Achin, Mauritius, Madagascar, and St Helena, 1638. 1919. Pages viii, 317-577, xl + 16 illustrations. With his first appendix, consisting of notes on his China voyage, and additional documents, including papers connected with Courteen’s Association, and Dutch and Portuguese accounts of the naval action off Goa, 1637. 2/47. The Chronicle of Muntaner. Translated from the Catalan by Lady Goodenough. Volume I. 1920. Pages xc, 370 + 2 maps. The text covers 1208-85. Continued to 1328 in 50 below, with which the the main pagination is continuous. 2/48. Memorias antiguas historiales del Peru. By Fernando Montesinos. Translated and Edited by Philip Ainsworth Means, M.A., with an Introduction by the late Sir Clements R. Markham, K.C.B., F.R.S. 1920. Pages li, 130, xlii + 10 illustrations. Text written in the seventeenth century. Chronological tables added. 2/49. The Book of Duarte Barbosa … . Volume II. Including the Coasts of Malabar, Eastern India, Further India, China, and the Indian Archipelago. 1921. Pages xxxi, 286, xlii + 2 maps, 1 illustration. Continued from Second Series 44 above. With translated extracts from João de Barros, Decadas de Asia. 2/50. The Chronicle of Muntaner … . . . . Volume II. 1921. Pages xxxiv, 371-759 + 1 map. 2/51. Journal of the Travels and Labours of Father Samuel Fritz in the River of the Amazons between 1686 and 1723 / Translated from the Evora MS. and Edited by The Rev. Dr. George Edmundson 1922. Pages viii, 164, xliii + 2 maps. With a translation of the Act of Possession of Pedro Teixeira, 1639, and of contemporary references in Portuguese sources to the work of Father Fritz in the Upper Amazon. 2/52. The Journal of William Lockerby / Sandalwood Trader in the Fijian Islands during the Years 1808-1809: With an Introduction & Other Papers connected with the Earliest European Visitors to the Islands. Edited by Sir Everard Im Thurn, K.C.M.G., K.B.E., C.B., and Leonard C. Wharton. 1925 (1922). Pages cxi, 250 + 3 maps, 3 illustrations. The additional documents include Samuel Patterson’s account of the wreck of the Eliza, 1808, the journal of the missionaries from the Hibernia, 1809, Captain Richard Siddon’s experiences in Fiji in 1809-15, and extracts from periodical publications, 1804-15. 2/53. The Life of the Icelander Jón Ólafsson / Traveller to India / Written by Himself and Completed about 1661 A.D. / with a Continuation, by Another Hand, up to his Death in 1679 / Translated from the Icelandic edition of Sigfús Blöndal, By Bertha S. Phillpotts, O.B.E., M.A., Litt.D., Mistress of Girton College, Cambridge; Author of Kindred & Clan, The Elder Edda and Ancient Scandinavian Drama, etc. / Volume I / Life and Travels: Iceland, England, Denmark, White Sea, Faroes, Spitzbergen, Norway / 1593-1622. Edited by the Translator. 1923. Pages xxxv, 238, xliii + 2 maps, 4 illustrations. Continued, with two new editors, in 68 below. 2/54. Civil Wars in Peru / The war of Las Salinas / by Pedro de Cieza de León / Translated, with an Introduction, by Sir Clements Markham. 1923. Pages xxiv, 304. Book I of Cieza’s chronicle. For other sections of the same source, in volumes variously titled, see Second Series 31 and 42 above. 2/55. The Travels of Peter Mundy … . Vol. IV: Travels in Europe 1639-1647. 1925 (1924). Pages xlvi, 280, xlv + 4 maps, 17 illustrations. Continued from Second Series 46 above. With Mundy’s second appendix, including a note on English change-ringing. 2/56. Colonising Expeditions to the West Indies and Guiana, 1623-1667. Edited by V. T. Harlow, B.A., B.Litt., F.R.Hist.S., Sometime Scholar of Brasenose College, Oxford. Lecturer in Modern History at the University College, Southampton. 1925 (1924). Pages xcv, 262 + 6 maps, 2 illustrations. Journals, narratives, and descriptions relating to British colonization in the islands of St Christopher, Nevis, Barbados, Tobago and Trinidad, and in Guiana, and to Admiral de Ruyter’s raid in the West Indies, 1664-5. 2/57. Francis Mortoft: his Book / Being his Travels through France and Italy 1658-1659. Edited by Malcolm Letts, Author of “Bruges and its Past”. 1925. Pages xxxiv, 216 + 2 maps, 1 illustration. 2/58. The Papers of Thomas Bowrey / 1669-1713 / Discovered in 1913 by John Humphreys, M.A., F.S.A., and now in the possession of Lieut.-Colonel Henry Howard, F.S.A. / Part I. Diary of a Six Weeks’ Tour in 1698 in Holland and Flanders / Part II. The Story of the Mary Galley, 1704-1710. Edited by Lieut.-Colonel Sir Richard Carnac Temple, Bt., C.B., C.I.E., F.B.A., F.S.A. 1927 (1925). Pages xxx, 398 + 5 maps, 9 illustrations. 2/59. Travels of Fray Sebastien Manrique 1629-1643. A Translation of the Itinerario de las Missiones Orientales with Introduction and Notes by Lieut.-Colonel C. Eckford Luard, C.I.E., M.A., assisted by Father H. Hosten, S.J. Volume I, Arakan. Oxford, 1927 (1926). Pages lxvi, 450 + 6 maps, 3 illustrations. Continued in 61 below. 2/60. A Relation of a Voyage to Guiana by Robert Harcourt 1613 / With Purchas’ Transcript of a Report made at Harcourt’s Instance on the Marrawini District / Edited / with Introduction and Notes / by Sir C. Alexander Harris, K.C.M.G., C.B., C.V.O. 1928 (1926). Pages xii, 191 + 3 maps, 1 illustration. 2/61. Travels of Fray Sebastien Manrique … . Volume II: China, India, etc. 1927 (1926). Pages xii, 481 + 13 maps, 3 illustrations. The text was proof-read by Sir Richard Carnac and Miss L. M. Anstey. 2/62. Spanish Documents concerning English Voyages to the Caribbean 1527-1568 / Selected from the Archives of the Indies at Seville / by Irene A. Wright, B.A., F.R.Hist.S., Fellow of the Dutch Royal Historical Society, UItrecht. 1929 (1928). Pages x, 167, xlvii + 2 maps, 1 illustration. In English translation. For further documents, see 71, 99 and 111 below. 2/63. The Desert Route to India / Being the Journals of Four Travellers by the Great Desert Caravan Route between Aleppo and Basra / 1745-1751. Edited by Douglas Carruthers. 1929 (1928). Pages xxxvi, 196 + 1 map, 6 illustrations. The journals of William Beawes, Gaylard Roberts, Bartholomew Plaisted, and John Carmichael. 2/64. New Light on the Discovery of Australia / as Revealed by the Journal of Captain Don Diego de Prado y Tovar / Edited by Henry N. Stevens, M.A., F.A.G.S., Hon. Member Am. Antiq. Socy. With Annotated Translations from the Spanish by George F. Barwick, B.A., Keeper of Printed Books, British Museum 1914-1919. 1930 (1929). Pages xvi, 261 + 5 maps, 2 illustrations. Spanish text, with English translation, of Prado’s Relación of the voyage begun in company with Quirós and Torres in 1607, together with a report of the Spanish Council of State concerning Quirós, 1618, and letters of Torres and Prado, 1607-13. 2/65. Select Documents illustrating the Four Voyages of Columbus / Including those contained in R. H. Major’s Select Letters of Christopher Columbus / Translated and Edited / With Additional Material, an Introduction, and Notes / by Cecil Jane / Vol. I: The First and Second Voyages. 1930 (1929). Pages clv, 188 + 3 maps, 1 illustration. Enlarges on First Series 43 (1870). Continued in 70 below. 2/66. Relations of Golconda in the Early Seventeenth Century. Edited by W.H. Moreland, C.S.I., C.I.E. 1931 (1930). Pages li, 109, xlvii + 2 maps. William Methwold’s ‘Relation’, reprinted from Purchas his Pilgrimes and two other ‘relations’, one by Antony Schorer, translated from the Dutch. 2/67. The Travels of John Sanderson in the Levant / 1584-1602 / With his Autobiography and Selections from his Correspondence / Edited by Sir William Foster, C.I.E. 1931 (1930). Pages xliv, 322 + 3 maps, 5 illustrations. 2/68. The Life of the Icelander Jón Ólafsson … . Volume II / Life and Travels: Denmark, England, The Cape, Madagascar, Comoro Is., Coromandel Coast, Tranquebar, St Helena, Ascension Is., Ireland, Iceland / 1618-1679. Edited by the late Sir Richard Temple, Bart, … , and Lavinia Mary Anstey. 1932 (1931). Pages xxx, 290 + 1 map. Continued from Second Series 53 above. 2/69. A Brief Summe of Geographie / by Roger Barlow / Edited with an Introduction and Notes / by E. G. R. Taylor, D.Sc., F.R.G.S. 1932 (1931). Pages lvi, 210 + 1 map, 3 illustrations. Transcript of the manuscript dedicated to Henry VIII, with a pedigree of Barlow. 2/70. Select Documents illustrating the Four Voyages of Columbus … . Vol. II: The Third and Fourth Voyages. With a Supplementary Introduction by E. G. R. Taylor. 1933 (1932). Pages lxxxix, 164 + 3 maps, 1 illustration. Continued from Second Series 65 above. 2/71. Documents concerning English Voyages to the Spanish Main / 1569-1580 / I Spanish Documents selected from the Archives of the Indies at Seville / II English Accounts / Sir Francis Drake revived, and Others Reprinted / By Irene A. Wright, … , Comendadora, Order of Afonso XII, … . 1932. Pages lxiv, 348 + 2 maps, 1 illustration. 2/72. Bombay in the Days of Queen Anne / Being an Account of the Settlement written by John Burnell / With an Introduction and Notes by Samuel T. Sheppard, late Editor of The Times of India / To which is added Burnell’s narrative of his adventures in Bengal / With an Introduction by Sir William Foster, … , and Notes by Sir Evan Cotton, C.I.E., and L.M. Anstey. 1933. Pp xxx, 192 + 3 maps. 2/73. A New Voyage and Description of the Isthmus of America / by Lionel Wafer / Surgeon on Buccaneering Expeditions in Darien, the West Indies, and the Pacific / from 1680 to 1688 / With Wafer’s Secret Report (1698), and Davis’s Expedition to the Gold Mines (1704). Edited, with Introduction, Notes and Appendices, by L. E. Elliot Joyce. 1934 (1933). Pages lxxi, 221 + 4 maps, 4 illustrations. The text of the 1699 edition, with slight changes, and additional material. 2/74. Peter Floris / his Voyage to the East Indies in the Globe / 1611-1615/ The Contemporary Translation of his Journal / Edited by W.H. Moreland, … . 1934. Pages lxx, 164 + 3 maps. 2/75. The Voyage of Thomas Best to the East Indies / 1612-14 / Edited by Sir William Foster, … . 1934. Pages lvi, 316. Journals, extracts from journals, and narratives, written on board the Dragon and Hosiander by Best and various other persons, with Best’s correspondence and extracts from the Court minutes of the East India Company. 2/76. The Original Writings & Correspondence of the Two Richard Hakluyts/ With an Introduction and Notes by E. G. R. Taylor, … , Professor of Geography, University of London. 1935. Volume I. Pages xiv, 210 + 2 maps, 4 illustrations. The main pagination of this and the following volume is continuous. 2/77. The Original Writings … of the Two Richard Hakluyts … . Volume II. 1935. Pages xii, 211-516. 2/78. The Travels of Peter Mundy … . Vol. 5 / Travels in South-West England and Western India, with a Diary of Events in London, 1658-1663, and in Penryn, 1664-1667. Edited by the late Sir Richard Carnac Temple, Bt., and Lavinia Mary Anstey. 1936. Pages xxvii, 226 + 1 map, 14 illustrations. Continued from 55 above. 2/79. Esmeraldo de situ orbis/ By Duarte Pacheco Pereira / Translated and Edited by George H. T. Kimble, M.A., Lecturer in Geography in the University of Reading. 1937 (1936). Pages xxxv, 193 + 4 maps, 7 illustrations. A Portuguese account of the coasts of Africa and their discovery, written c. 1505-1508. 2/80. The Voyages of Cadamosto / And Other Documents on Western Africa in the Second Half of the Fifteenth Century / Translated and Edited by G. R. Crone. 1937. Pages xlv, 159 + 2 maps, 1 illustration. The additional documents, in translation, comprise a letter by Antoine Malfante, 1447, an account of the voyages of Diogo Gomes, c. 1456, and extracts from João de Barros, Decadas de Asia. 2/81. The Voyage of Pedro Álvares Cabral to Brazil and India / From Contemporary Documents and Narratives /Translated / with Introduction and Notes / by William Brooks Greenlee. 1938 (1937). Pages lxix, 228 + 3 maps, 6 illustrations. Letters, narratives, and extracts from diaries, etc. of 1500-01, chiefly of Portuguese and Venetian origin, in translation. 2/82. The Voyage of Nicholas Downton to the East Indies / 1614-15 / As Recorded in Contemporary Narratives and Letters / Edited by Sir William Foster, … / 1939 (1938). Pages xxxvii, 224 + 3 maps, 5 illustrations. 2/83. The Voyages and Colonising Enterprises of Sir Humphrey Gilbert / With an Introduction and Notes / by / David Beers Quinn, Ph.D., Lecturer in History, Queen’s University, Belfast / Volume I. 1940 (1938). Pages xxix, 238 + 1 map, 1 illustration. A collection of documents, chiefly from English sources, including a few relating to Ireland. The main pagination of this and the following volume is continuous. 2/84. The Voyages … of Sir Humphrey Gilbert … . Volume II. 1940 (1939). Pages xiv, 239-534 + 4 maps, 1 illustration. Includes documents relating to the Munster plantation scheme, 1569, and the Knollys piracy, 1579. 2/85. The Voyages of Sir James Lancaster to Brazil and the East Indies / 1591-1603 / A new edition / with Introduction and Notes / by Sir William Foster, … / 1940. Pages xl, 178 + 3 maps, 3 illustrations. Previous edition First Series 56 (1877) above. Contains three additional narratives and other documents and omits certain supplementary matter. 2/86. Europeans in West Africa, 1540-1560 / Documents to illustrate the nature and scope of Portuguese enterprise in West Africa, the abortive attempt of Castilians to create an empire there, and the early English voyages to Barbary and Guinea / Translated and Edited by John William Blake, M.A. Volume I. 1942 (1941). Pp xxxvi, 246 + 2 maps. Dealing with Portuguese and Castilian enterprise. The main pagination of this and the following volume is continuous. 2/87. Europeans in West Africa … . Volume II. 1942. Pages xi, 249-461 + 1 map. Documents relating to early English voyages. 2/88. The Voyage of Sir Henry Middleton to the Moluccas / 1604-1606. A new and enlarged edition, with an Introduction and Notes by / Sir William Foster, … / 1943. Pages xliv, 209 + 2 maps, 2 illustrations. Previous edition First Series 19 (1854) above. The additional material includes an account by Edmund Scott of events at Bantam, 1603-05, and his description of Java. 2/89. The Suma Oriental of Tomé Pires / An Account of the East, from the Red Sea to Japan, written in Malacca and India in 1512-1515 / and The Book of Francisco Rodrigues / Rutter of a Voyage in the Red Sea, Nautical Rules, Almanack and Maps, Written and Drawn in the East before 1515 / Translated from the Portuguese MS in the Bibliothèque de la Chambre des Deputés, Paris, and Edited by Armando Cortesão. Containing the translated Books I-IV of the Suma Oriental. The main pagination of this and the following volume is continuous. 2/90. The Suma Oriental of Tomé Pires … Vol. II. 1944. Pages 229-578 + 10 maps, 5 illustrations. Book VI of the Suma Oriental, together with a translation of Rodrigues’ ‘Book’, the entire Portuguese texts, and a letter from Pires to King Manuel, 1516. The translations in both volumes are by the editor.