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" last concluded that three shippes should bee prepared and furnished out, for the search and discoverie of the Northerne part of the world, to open a way and passage to our men for travaile to newe and unknowen kingdomes. "
The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques & Discoveries of the English ... - Page 255
by Richard Hakluyt - 1907
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Chambers's Edinburgh journal, conducted by W. Chambers. [Continued ..., Volume 2

Chambers's journal - 1855
...auspices, the ships were ' prepared and furnished out, for the search and diecoverie of the northerae part of the world, to open a way and passage to our men for travaile to newe and unknowen kingdomcs.' The 'grave citizens' had vitality enough to perpetuate themselves, and still exist as the...
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The Polar Regions

Sir John Richardson - 1861 - 400 pages
...in the company's employment, and carefully superintended the outfit of the three ships that were " prepared and furnished out for the search and discoverie...the world, to open a way and passage to our men for trauaile to newe and unknowen kingdomes." This enterprise was undertaken in the year 1553; Sir Hugh...
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A HISTORICAL INQUIRY CONCERNING Henry Hudson

JOHN MEREDITH READ Jr. - 1866
...last concluded that three shippes should bee prepared and furnished out, for the search and discouerie of the northerne part of the world, to open a way and passage to our men for trauaile to newe and unknowen kingdomes." l Thus it happened that as early as the 10th of May, 1553,...
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English Seamen Under the Tudors, Volume 1

Henry Richard Fox Bourne - 1868 - 320 pages
...together," were induced by him to make another effort " for the search and discovery of the northern part of the world, to open a way and passage to our men for travel to new and unknown kingdoms."* The notion at once obtained great favour in England. A "Mystery...
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English Seamen Under the Tudors, Volume 1

Henry Richard Fox Bourne - 1868
...together," were induced by him to make another effort " for the search and discovery of the northern part of the world, to open a way and passage to our men for travel to new and unknown kingdoms,"* The notion at once obtained great favour in England. A "Mystery...
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History of Merchant Shipping and Ancient Commerce, Volume 2

William Schaw Lindsay - 1874
...that three ships should be prepared and N furnished out for the search and discovery of the northern part of the world, to open a way and passage to our men for travel to new and unknown kingdoms." 1 So general was the desire to secure a continuation of Cabot's...
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Clarendon Historical Society, Edinburgh, Volume 1

1882
...last concluded that three shippes should bee prepared and furnished out, for the search and discouerie of the northerne part of the world, to open a way and passage to our men for trauaile to newe and unknowen kingdomes."* Thus it happened that as early as the loth of May, 1553,...
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Hazell's Annual Cyclopaedia, Volume 1

1886
...and Richard Chancellor, its declared object being " the search and discovery of the northern parts of the world, to open a way and passage to our men, for travel to new and unknown kingdoms." Nova Zembla was discovered ; but while Willoughby and his men...
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Sir Philip Sidney: Type of English Chivalry in the Elizabethan Age

Henry Richard Fox Bourne - 1891 - 384 pages
...Hugh Willoughby on his famous and disastrous voyage " for the search and discovery of northern parts of the world, to open a way and passage to our men for travel to new and unknown kingdoms," was one of the " servants," as they were called in those days,...
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Nansen and the Frozen North: With Reminiscences of Arctic Exploration

John Black - 1897 - 155 pages
...Chancellor, who sailed May 20, 1553, with the ostensible object " for the search and discovery of the North part of the world, to open a way and passage to our men, to travel to new and unknown kingdoms." Willoughby sighted Nova Zembla, but he and his men perished...
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