The Calis [Cadiz] journey, [ca. 1625].

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The Calis [Cadiz] journey, [ca. 1625].

Manuscript on paper, in a single secretary hand, describing England's military and naval activities in Cadiz, followed by descriptions of subsequent English military expeditions in "The Islande Voyage" to the Azores, "The Slaughter at Turnehoulte," "The Battaile of Newport," and "The Seige of Ostend" in the same hand. Manuscript concludes with "The Treatie at the Hagh [Hague] concerning the trade with the East Indies and the fishing of the whale in ye Northerne Seas," an account of Sir Henry Wotton's embassy to Holland from December 1614 to April 1615.

1 v. (145 p.) ; 33 x 22 cm.

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