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" Since the tempests which we encountered on the northern coasts, I have not written to your most Serene and Christian Majesty concerning the four ships sent out by your orders on the ocean to discover new lands, because I thought you must have been before... "
The History of North America - Page 365
edited by - 1903
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Collections of the New-York Historical Society for the Year ...

New-York Historical Society - 1841
...1841. VOYAGE, & c CAPTAIN JOHN DE VERAZZANO to His Most Serene Majesty the KINO OF FRANCE, writes : Since the tempests which we encountered on the northern...lands, because I thought you must have been before apprized of all that had happened to us — that we had been compelled by the impetuous violence of...
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THE VOYAGE OF VERRAZZANO: A CHAPTER IN THE EARLY HISOTRY OF MARITIME ...

HENRY G. MURPHY - 1875
...1, pp. 41-51. CAPTAIN JOHN DE VERRAZZANO to His Most Serene Majesty the T&NG OF FRANCE,, writes : l Since the tempests which we encountered on the northern...lands, because I thought you must have been before apprized of all that had happened to us —that we had been compelled by the impetuous violence of...
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The Voyage of Verrazzano: A Chapter in the Early History of Maritime ...

Henry Cruse Murphy - 1875 - 202 pages
...t, pp. 4t-5i. CAPTAIN JOHN DE VERRAZZANO to His Most Serene Majesty the KINO OF FRANCE, writes : ' Since the tempests which we encountered on the northern...your most Serene and Christian Majesty concerning the lour ships ^ent out by your orders on the ocean to discover new lands, because I thought you must have...
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The North-western Monthly: A Magazine Devoted to University ..., Volume 10

1899
...unfurled banner. . . . — Ford, Life of Columbus pp. 33, 34. (2.) France, The voyage of Verrazzano, 1524: Since the tempests which we encountered on the northern...concerning the four ships sent out by your orders to discover new lands. . . On the 17th of last January we set sail from a desolate rock near the island...
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American Territorial Development

Howard Walter Caldwell - 1900 - 265 pages
...unfurled banner. . . . —Ford, Life of Columbus pp. 33, 34. (2.) France. The voyage of Verrazzano, 1524: Since the tempests which we encountered on the northern...concerning the four ships sent out by your orders to discover new lands. . . On the 17th of last January we set sail from a desolate rock near the island...
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A Survey of American History: Source Extracts, Volume 1

Howard Walter Caldwell - 1900 - 255 pages
...The voyage of Vernizzano, 152-i: Since the tempests which we encountered on the northern coasts, 1 have not written to your most Serene and Christian...concerning the four ships sent out by your orders to discover new lands. . . On the 17th of last January we set sail from a desolate rock near the island...
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American Territorial Development

Howard Walter Caldwell - 1900 - 265 pages
...France. The voyage of Verrazzano, 1524: Since the tempests which we encountered on the northern coasts, 1 have not written to your most Serene and Christian...concerning the four ships sent out by your orders to discover new lands. . . On the 17th of last January we set sail from a desolate rock near the island...
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The Historians' History of the World: The British colonies, The United ...

Henry Smith Williams - 1904
...VOYAGE IN 1524 Captain Giovanni da Verrazano to his most serene majesty, the king of France, writes: Since the tempests which we encountered on the northern...lands, because I thought you must have been before apprized of all that had happened to us — that we had been compelled by the impetuous violence of...
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Sailors Narratives of Voyages Along the New England Coast, 1524-1624

George Parker Winship - 1905 - 290 pages
...in 1841, with a translation which has been revised for the present volume. r GIOVANNI DA VERRAZANO to his Most Serene Majesty the KING of FRANCE. SINCE...lands, because I thought you must have been before apprized of all that had happened to us — that we had been compelled by the impetuous violence of...
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Henry Hudson, His Times and Voyages

Edgar Mayhew Bacon - 1907 - 277 pages
...chapter of addenda. Captain John de Verazzano to his most Serene Majesty, the King of France, writes : Since the tempests which we encountered on the northern...of all that had happened to us ; that we had been 227 compelled, by the impetuous violence of the winds, to put into Brittany in distress, with only...
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