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" The discoverer of these places planted on his new-found land a large cross, with one flag of England, and another of St. Mark, by reason of his being a Venetian, so that our banner has floated very far afield. "
The History of North America - Page 300
edited by - 1903
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The Historical Magazine and Notes and Queries Concerning the ..., Volume 13

1868
...English run after him like mad people, so that he can enlist as many of them as " of S. Mark, by reason of his being a Venetian, so that our "banner has floated very far afield. LONDON, 23 August 1497.'' " [Italian, Entered in the maries on. 11 September, 1497' " Translated and...
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A Book of American Explorers

Thomas Wentworth Higginson - 1877 - 367 pages
...planted on his newfound land a large cross, with one flag of England, and another of St. Mark, by reason of his being a Venetian ; so that our banner has floated very far afield. II. — SEBASTIAN CABOT'S VOYAGE. [The following notes, preserved in " Hakluyt's Voyages," give the...
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Young Folks' Book of American Explorers

Thomas Wentworth Higginson - 1877 - 367 pages
...planted on his newfound land a large cross, with one flag of England, and another of St. Mark, by reason of his being a Venetian ; so that our banner has floated very far afield. II. — SEBASTIAN CABOT'S VOYAGE. [The following notes, preserved in " Hakluyt's Voyages," give the...
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The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 32

1878
...planted on his new-found land a large cross, with one flag of England, and one of St. Mark, by reason of his being a Venetian, so that our banner has floated very far afield. London, 23d Aug. 1497.* Lorenzo Pasqualigo was a Venetian merchant residing in London. In this letter...
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History of the Flag of the United States of America: And of the Naval and ...

George Henry Preble - 1880 - 815 pages
...planted on his newfoundland a large cross, with one flag of England and one of St. Mark, by reason of his being a Venetian, so that our banner has floated very far afield." The Cabots believed they had discovered portions of Asia, and so proclaimed it But the more extensive...
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Bristol Past and Present: Civil and modern history [by Nicholls

James Fawckner Nicholls, John Taylor - 1882
...planted on his newfound lands a large cross, with one flag of England and another of St. Mark, by reason of his being a Venetian, so that our banner has floated very far afield. 23rd August, 1497. 5. From the privy purse expenses under date August 10th, 1497, the following item...
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Shore and Sea; Or, Stories of Great Vikings and Sea-captains

William Henry Davenport Adams - 1883 - 348 pages
...on his new-found lands a large cross, with one flag of England, and another of St. Mark's, by reason of his being a Venetian, so that our banner has floated very far afield." Obviously the Venetian retailed, without examining into its truth, the gossip of the town. The probablity...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 66

1883
...planted on his new-found land a large cross, with one flag of England, and another of St. Mark, by reason of his being a Venetian, so that our banner has floated very far afield." But the librarian of the Bristol public library, Mr. Nicholls, who has compiled a biography of Sebastian...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 66

1883
...on j his new-found land a largo cross, with one Hag of England, and another of St. Mark, by reason of his being a Venetian, so that our banner has floated very far afield." But the librarian of the Bristol public library, Mr. Nicholls, who has compiled a biography of Sebastian...
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The Discoveries of America to the Year 1525, Volume 1

Arthur James Weise - 1884 - 380 pages
...and he is now in Bristol with his sons and his wife, who is also a Venetian.1 His name is Juam Talbot and he is called the great admiral. Great honor is...Venetian, so that our banner has floated very far afield." ' Raimondo di Soncino, the minister of the duke of Milan, at the court of England, in a letter, written...
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