2 edition of new survey of the West-Indies, 1648. found in the catalog.
new survey of the West-Indies, 1648.
|Statement||Edited with an introduction by A. P. Newton.|
|Series||The Argonaut series|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxii, 406 p.|
|Number of Pages||406|
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First published in 'Can be safely named unique and can never quite lose its value.' Times Literary Supplement. 'This should be bought not borrowed.' Saturday Review The publication in of the first authentic account of the provinces of New Spain and Central America by a well-known and educated Englishman excited widespread interest, and The English-American found many readers even.
In he had published The English-American, or a New Survey of the West Indies, a mixture of some original with plagiarized material, taken in later editions especially from the compilation by the parson Samuel Purchas and from the Hispania Victrix () Francisco Lopez de Gómara ().
Though full of exaggerations and some flagrant. Apr 04, · The English-American book. A New Survey of the West Indies, The English-American.
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A New Survey of the West Indies The fourth Edition enlarg'd by GAGE, Thomas (?) First published in under the title The English-American his Travail by Sea and Land, this fourth edition is enlarged and includes a fine early map of the region by Francis Lamb.
New A new book is a book previously not circulated to a buyer. Dec 15, · A new survey of the West-Indies, by Gage, Thomas,R. McBride edition, in EnglishCited by: GAGE’S TRAVELS TO THE WEST INDIES,WITH FOUR RARE MERCATOR MAPS OF THE AMERICAS.
GAGE, Thomas. A New Survey of the West-India’s: or, The English American his Travail by Sea and Land: Containg a Journal of Three Thousand and Three Hundred Miles within the. Events. February – Ordinances are passed in England against plays; actors are to be fined and theaters pulled down.; July 14 – During the siege of Colchester, a cannon nicknamed Humpty Dumpty, is blown off the walls, possibly inspiring the nursery rhyme.; October – Richard Lovelace, a Royalist poet, is imprisoned for opposition to Parliament.
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Benjamin Smith BARTON (). - Thomas GAGE (c. A New Survey of the West-Indies being a Journal of Three thousand and Three hundred. New survey of the West-Indies English American his travail by sea and land Description , p.,  leaves of plates: maps ; 29 cm (fol.) Notes.
First edition, London,published under title: The English American his travail by sea and land. Running title: A new survey of the West-Indies.
A New Atlas of the British West Indies, with a Whole Sheet General Map of the West India Islands, and a Whole Sheet Map of the Island of Hispaniola, or St. Domingo.
Engraved to accompany the Philadelphia edition of Edwards's History of the West Indies. Philadelphia: James Humphreys, Small folio (11 1/2 x 10 3/4 inches).
Abstract. Abstract: Thomas Gage wrote A New Survey of the West Indies or, The English American his Travel by Sea and Land () with the aim to convince Oliver Cromwell that the English could successfully invade Spanish held American territories.
The English attempt to invade the Spanish colonies in would not garner non-Whites’ unwavering aid, which is a decisive factor in the Author: Monica Styles. Dec 14, · Letter from New Mexico () Juan de Onate 6. A Briefe and true report of the new found land of Virginia () Thomas Harriot John White 9.
The Jesuit Relations () Paul Le Jeune Jerome Lalemant The English-American: A New Survey of the West Indies () Thomas Gage Chapter 2 Britain and its Colonies 18Price: $ Mar 22, · First published London, under title: The English-American, his travail by sea and land or, A new survey of the West-India's [sic].
In this edition, Chalmoner's poem and chapter 22 have been omitted A reissue, with a cancel title page, of the sheets of the London, edition Primarily in English but includes passages in Latin and SpanishPages: the english-american his travail by sea and land: or, a new survey of the west-indias [sic], containing a journall of three thousand and three hundred miles within the main land of america.
This little volume, however, does not deal with the buccaneers in the West Indies, but with privateering along the coasts of Europe and Africa.) This book was reprinted several times and numerous translations were made, one on the top of the other.
The English-American, his travail by sea and land, or, A new svrvey of the West-India's, containing a journall of three thousand and three hundred miles within the main land of America with grammar, or some few rudiments of the Indian tongue, called, Poconchi, or Pocoman /.
A New Survey of the West Indies,Broadway Travellers Series (London: Routledge, ), x,– Wafer, New Voyage, While this information does not appear in Wafer’s book, it has been recon-structed in great detail by L. Elliott Joyce in his introduction to A New Voyage and Description, xlii–.
xlviii Cited by: 5. Library of Congress Control Number Language English Description Discours of voyages into ye Easte & West Indies Books have special t.p.'s.
Translated from the Dutch by William Phillip. Date of publication from STC. New survey of the West-Indias. Jun 07, · Author of The English-American, Travels in the new world, Nueva relación que contiene los viajes de Tomás Gage en la Nueva España, Nouvelle relation, contenant les voyages de Thomas Gage dans la Nouvelle Espagne, The tyranny of Satan, Some remarkable passages relating to Archbishop Laud, particularly of his affection to the Church of Rome, Nueva relación que contiene los.
Book/Printed Material The present state of the West-Indies: containing an accurate description of what parts are possessed by the several powers in Europe: together with an authentick account of the first discoverers of those islands, and the parts adjacent, their situation, extent, boundaries, soil, product, trade, commerce, inhabitants, strength, government, and religion: also their.
Stories By American Authors, Vol. 9 by Thomas Nelson Page, Charles S. Gage, C. White, Milicent Washburn Shinn, Roland T. Coffin, Leonard Kip and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at coinclassifier.club Thomas Gage, New Survey of the West Indies, Epistle Dedicatory (London, ).Alexander the Great claimed the same for his dominions.
See Williams—Life—Chapter XIII. Howell—Familiar Letters claimed for. Oct 19, · The United Kingdom first successfully established a colony in the American continent in Virginia in Eventually, the English officially called its possessions here “English America,” a term which first appeared inwhen Thomas Gage published the book The English-American: A New Survey of the West Indies in When Scotland.
The town was described as having "warm climate" by Irish friar Thomas Gage in his book about his travels through America in the s and s. The English-American: A New Survey of the West Indies. Routledge. Country: Guatemala. English use of the term "American" for people of European descent dates to the 17th century; the earliest recorded appearance is in Thomas Gage's The English-American: A.
The English-American, his Travail by Sea and Land, or, A New Survey of the West-India’s ().The success of this book (which rapidly went through several editions and translations) was mostly due to its coincidence, both in aim and content, with early seventeenth century Cited by: 1.
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'This book is a highly original study that uses a new and very fruitful methodological approach. Earle’s research is superb and far- ranging. This is certainly a study that specialists of the colonial world, food history, and race should read.' Source: Hispanic American Historical ReviewCited by: Apr 17, · GAGE, Thomas (ca ).
The English-American his Travail by Sea and Land: or, A New Survey of the West-India's, containing a journall of three thousand and three hundred miles within the main Land of America.
Viajes en la Nueva España de Gage, Thomas y una gran selección de libros, arte y artículos de colección disponible en coinclassifier.clubPRIMARY SOURCES FOR COLONIAL LATIN AMERICA This is a list of primary sources for the colonial history of Latin America that have been translated into English. The bibliography is by no means exhaustive, but it is a decent start for various topics ranging from the early period of “conquest” and.Jul 01, · Gage explained that the book, completed in England after having stayed twenty five years away from his native country (twelve of which he spent in Spanish America), was based on the notes he had taken on the spot, either in America or Spain, during those years in which he was a Dominican priest and a subject of the King of Spain and, arguably, still a Catholic ( dedicatory epistle).