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A Survey of the Spanish-West-Indies Being a Journal of Three Thousand and Three Hundred Miles on the Continent of Americ: By Tho Gage, gent Giving An by Thomas Gage (, Paperback).
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, Pages: A survey of the Spanish-West-Indies. Being a journal of three thousand and three hundred miles on the continent of America 1 edition By Gage, Thomas Go to.
A survey of the Spanish-West-Indies: Being a journal of three thousand and three hundred miles on the continent of America: by Tho.
Gage, gent. Giving an account of the Spanish navigatin thither ; With a grammar of the Indian tongue, called Poconchi or Pocoman. With an exact map of the country. A survey of the Spanish-West-Indies.: Being a journal of three thousand and three hundred miles on the continent of America: by Tho.
Gage, gent. Giving an account of the Spanish navigatin thither ; their Government, Castles, Ports, Commodities, Religion, Priests and Friers, Negro's, Mulatto's, Mesliso's, Indians ; and of their Feasts and Solemnities.
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Being a journal of three thousand and three hundred miles on the continent of America by Gage, Thomas 1 edition - first published in A very rare book to find complete, including several works regarding the Middle East, and a rare printed of Marco Polo´s voyage to China Chronicon Hierosolymitanum, id est, de Bello Sacro Historia [Middle East and China] [Polo, Marco; Reineck, Reinhard; Beauvais, Vincent de].
survey Spring Garden Plantation on the St. Johns River. Burgevin's ethics later came into question as his acre plantation plat was referred to as "so palpably a forgery" in a letter from Alexander Hamilton (the younger) to John Quincy Adams in (Carter Vol.
XXII). The early years of the Territorial Period saw an. The Spanish West Indies. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
Contributor: O'Neil, J. - Fisher, Richard Swainson - Torre, José María De La. Important manuscript map of the port of Veracruz in the Gulf of Mexico, showing the reforms and alterations on the castle and port, crucial to prevent piracy. Engraved title page from the Dutch translation of Thomas Gage's The English-American his travail by sea and land: or, A new survey of the West-Indies (Amsterdam ) Thomas Gage (c.
England – Jamaica, )  was an English Dominican friar, best known for his travel writing on New Spain and Central America during a sojourn there of over a decade.
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In addition to his novels Trollope wrote a number of travel books. This volume begins: I am beginning to write this book on board the brig- trading between. Format Hardcover. Sports & Outdoors. Publisher Gale Ecco, Print Rating: % positive. An anonymous letter, dated the 2nd instant, and signedgiving an account of a clandestine and illegal trade carry'd on in British ships between France and the Spanish West Indies, was read; and directions given for an advertizement to be put in the Gazet, that if the persons who sent the said letter will attend their lordships.
A holistic survey of Caribbean history. First published in Spanish Caribbean colonies play an important part within the broader narrative, and are well represented in six chapters devoted to the colonial period.
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Fayram advertised A Survey of the Spanish West Indies by. Spanish Colonies and the West Indies by Sanderson Beck Rio de la Plata Peru and Chile New Granada Central America Mexico Northern Mexico Spanish and French West Indies British and Dutch West Indies This chapter has been published in the book America to printed books, maps & documents, british topographical & plate books, fine bindings & bookbinding equipment, literature, theology & science Dominic Winter Auctions Live Webcast Auction 10am BST View auction details Hide auction details.
All Recommended Texts in chronological order by date of event or creation of map/image/object For ease of use, modern capitalization style is used and English translations of non-English texts.
The Spanish West Indies or the Spanish Antilles (also known as "Las Antillas Occidentales" or simply "Las Antillas Españolas" in Spanish) was the collective name for Spanish colonies in the terms of governance of the Spanish Empire, The Indies was the designation for all its overseas territories and was overseen by the Council of the Indies, founded in and based in l: Santo Domingo (–).
A Spanish gentleman inspects his slaves () Spanish West Indies. OD has spent several months intensely researching the rise and fall of slavery in the British West Indies, the French West Indies, and the Dutch West Indies.
I expect most of our American readers could easily identify Jamaica, Haiti, and the Bahamas on a map. to survey the diverse regions of New Spain (Mexico), Central America, South America, and the Spanish West Indies during the years The questions sought information including political jurisdiction, terrain, lan guage affiliation, native traditions, plant names, and mineral sources.
Including a geographical, commercial, and historical survey of the British settlements, from the earliest times to the present period. With an account of the West Indies and the American islands.
To which is added an impartial enquiry into the present American : Karen Merguerian. The Misidentification of Mother Henriette Delille. adopted as far back as and written in Garcilosa de la Vega’s history on the Spanish West Indies. It would seem that the Sisters of the Holly Family are using Mother Delille’s history and misidentifying her ethnic background in order that she would be more representative of the.
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.
Scale ca.Hand colored. Relief shown pictorially. Prime meridian: London. Shows southern United States, Central America, northern South America, and West Indies.
From the author's The natural and civil history of the French dominions in North and South America. Second state. Title and imprint changed: "The West Indies to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales." Robert.
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Author: Purchas, Samuel. Date: Rare Book Collection –. Read this book on Questia. Read the full-text online edition of Slavery and Plantation Growth in Antebellum Florida, (). Home» Browse» Books» Book details, slave labor in Florida on a scale comparable to that of the labor forces used to develop the sugar plantations of the Spanish West Indies.
Thus, a labor shortage. REVIEWS 71 Interregnum governments instead promoted unfreedom throughout the Atlantic. The Navigation Act of and the campaign launched in against the Spanish West Indies ref lected the imperial ambitions of the English government, which proved itself far more willing to direct colonial affairs than had been Charles I.
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The manuscript is generally in fine condition, with only an occasional minor spot or small stain. The Relaciones Geográficas (RG) are a group of maps and manuscripts created during the Early Colonial Period in response to a questionnaire developed for Philip II of Spain to survey the diverse regions of New Spain (Mexico), Central America, South America, and the Spanish West Indies during the years the questions sought Cited by: 4.
between and as part of a survey of New Spain (Mexico), Central America, South America, and the Spanish West Indies. The Relaciones Geogrdficas were produced in the early colonial period of New Spain (ca. Manuscripts from this transitional period often combine Native (i.e., Mixtec, Aztec, Zapotec) and European pictorial and.
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