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INDEX
Alva, Governor of the Spanish Netherlands, 98et seq.
Amadas, in America ( 1584), 151, 210
America; an obstacle to the circumnavigation of the world, 11; as a reputed source of gold and silver, 65
Angel, The, ship, 86
Anton, Senor Juan de, 133
Antonio, Don, pretender to the throne of Portugal, 164; and the English at Lisbon, 194
Antwerp, 98, 99, 100
Armada, 145, 150, 153, 156, 164, 165, 172, 191, 214
Aviles, Don Pedro Menendez de, 86
Azores, 150, 169, 194
Baber, Sultan in the Moluccas, 141
Bacon, Francis, Lord, 69, 210
Balboa crosses Isthmus of Panama ( 1513), 19
Barlow, in America ( 1584), 151, 210
Baskerville, Sir Thomas, 224, 227et seq.
Bazan, Don Alonzo de, 197, 200
Bible, authorized version of, 49, 216
'Bond of Association,' 152
Brazil, voyage of Hawkins to, 33-4
Bristol, Cabot settles in, 3
Burleigh, Lord, 87, 119, 144, 156, 162, 167, 206
Cabot, John, transfers allegiance from Genoa to Venice ( 1476), 1; Cabottággio, 2; reaches Cape Breton ( 1497), 7; returns to Bristol, 7; receives a present of £10 from Henry VII, 8; disappears at sea ( 1498), 8-9, 14; believes America the eastern limit of the Old World, 11; bibliography, 241
Cabot, Sebastian, second son of John, 9; takes command of expedition to America, 9; leaves men to explore Newfoundland, 9; coasts Greenland, 12; explores Atlantic Coast, 12; enters service of Ferdinand of Spain as 'Captain of the Sea,' 15; Charles V makes him 'Chief Pilot and Examiner of Pilots,' 15; determines longitude of Moluccas, 15; voyage to South America, 15; makes a map of the world, 15; leaves Spain for England ( 1548), 16; receives pension from Edward VI, 16; feasts at Gravesend with the Serchthrift, 16-17; Governor of Muscovy Company, 16, 31; sailing of the Serchthrift, 32; bibliography, 241
Cadiz, 165et seq.
California, 137, 138, 212
Canaries, 157, 226
Cape Breton, Cabot reaches ( 1497), 7

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