Studies in English Commerce and Exploration in the Reign of Elizabeth

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INDEX
Allen, Thomas, succeeds Lok as treasurer of Frobisher's third voyage, 76.
Amundsen, Roald, refers to accomplishment of Davis, 123; accomplishes northwest passage, 152.
"Anian," region of, 9, 13.
"Anian," Strait of, 11, 13.
Arctic climate and conditions, 156-8.
"Ayde," the, purchased for Frobisher's second voyage, 43-4; on Frobisher's second voyage, 47ff.; on his third voyage, 60ff.
Baffin, refers to accomplishment of Davis, 122; his search for a northwest passage, 152.
Baptista, assays ore brought by Frobisher's first voyage, 41-2.
Barker, Edmund, reports probability of a passage, 129.
Best, George, on Frobisher's second voyage, 48; on Frobisher's third voyage, 63ff.; comments on the results of Frobisher's voyages, 91-2, 150, 159; comments on Arctic conditions, 157; his True Discourse, 84, 167-8.
Burghley, Lord, ventures in Frobisher's first voyage, 35, 162; his interest in the Davis voyages, 101, 116.
Burrough, Stephen, searches for northeast passage, 6.
"Buss of Bridgewater," reports discovery of an island, 74.
" Buss, Isle of," reported discovered, 74; its non-existence proved, 156.
Button, searches for northwest passage, 152.
Bylot, searches for northwest passage, 152.
Cabot expeditions, 8, 20.
Camden, William, arguments for a northwest passage, 29; comments on popularity of narratives of Frobisher's voyages, 85.
Carlile, Christopher, his Discourse favoring colonization and exploration, 100-1.
Cartwright, John, chaplain on Waymouth voyage, 139-40; his part in conspiracy against Waymouth, 144-5.
Cathay, see "Kathaye."
Cavendish, Thomas, his voyage of 1591, 124-6.
Chancellor, searches for northeast passage, 5.
Churchyard, his writings regarding Frobisher's voyages, 84-5, 168.

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