The Resource Americae pars VIII. : Continens primo, Descriptionem trium itinerum nobilissimi et fortissimi equitis Francisci Draken, qui circumnauigato vniuerso terrarum orbe, postea copiis nauticis, ad expugnandum ciuitatem Panamam, in Indiam nauigauit. Secundo, iter nobilissimi equitis Thomae Candisch, qui duorum ferè annorum spacio, 13000. Anglicana miliaria in mari confecit, vbi describuntur quoque omnia quae in hoc itinere ipsi acciderunt & visa sunt. Tertio, duo itinera, nobilissimi & fortissimi equitis Gualtheri Ralech quibus describitur auriferum & potentissimum regnum Guiana, ad septentrionem fluminis Orenoque, alias Oregliana dicti, situm cum metropoli eius Manoa & Macuieguarai, aliisque finitimis regionibus & fluuis, mercibus item praestantissimis & mercatura, quae in regno hoc exercetur, cuius luculenta tabula geographica in fronte operis occurrit., Primo quidem Anglicana lingua partim ab equitibus ipsis, partim ab aliis, qui hisce intineribus inter fuerunt sparsim consignata: iam vero in vnum corpus redacta, & in Latinum sermonem conuersa figurisq[ue] & Imaginibus artificiose illustrata & in lucem emissa, opera & sumptibus Ioh. Theodorici de Bry P. M. haeredum

Americae pars VIII. : Continens primo, Descriptionem trium itinerum nobilissimi et fortissimi equitis Francisci Draken, qui circumnauigato vniuerso terrarum orbe, postea copiis nauticis, ad expugnandum ciuitatem Panamam, in Indiam nauigauit. Secundo, iter nobilissimi equitis Thomae Candisch, qui duorum ferè annorum spacio, 13000. Anglicana miliaria in mari confecit, vbi describuntur quoque omnia quae in hoc itinere ipsi acciderunt & visa sunt. Tertio, duo itinera, nobilissimi & fortissimi equitis Gualtheri Ralech quibus describitur auriferum & potentissimum regnum Guiana, ad septentrionem fluminis Orenoque, alias Oregliana dicti, situm cum metropoli eius Manoa & Macuieguarai, aliisque finitimis regionibus & fluuis, mercibus item praestantissimis & mercatura, quae in regno hoc exercetur, cuius luculenta tabula geographica in fronte operis occurrit., Primo quidem Anglicana lingua partim ab equitibus ipsis, partim ab aliis, qui hisce intineribus inter fuerunt sparsim consignata: iam vero in vnum corpus redacta, & in Latinum sermonem conuersa figurisq[ue] & Imaginibus artificiose illustrata & in lucem emissa, opera & sumptibus Ioh. Theodorici de Bry P. M. haeredum

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Americae pars VIII. : Continens primo, Descriptionem trium itinerum nobilissimi et fortissimi equitis Francisci Draken, qui circumnauigato vniuerso terrarum orbe, postea copiis nauticis, ad expugnandum ciuitatem Panamam, in Indiam nauigauit. Secundo, iter nobilissimi equitis Thomae Candisch, qui duorum ferè annorum spacio, 13000. Anglicana miliaria in mari confecit, vbi describuntur quoque omnia quae in hoc itinere ipsi acciderunt & visa sunt. Tertio, duo itinera, nobilissimi & fortissimi equitis Gualtheri Ralech quibus describitur auriferum & potentissimum regnum Guiana, ad septentrionem fluminis Orenoque, alias Oregliana dicti, situm cum metropoli eius Manoa & Macuieguarai, aliisque finitimis regionibus & fluuis, mercibus item praestantissimis & mercatura, quae in regno hoc exercetur, cuius luculenta tabula geographica in fronte operis occurrit.
Title
Americae pars VIII.
Title remainder
Continens primo, Descriptionem trium itinerum nobilissimi et fortissimi equitis Francisci Draken, qui circumnauigato vniuerso terrarum orbe, postea copiis nauticis, ad expugnandum ciuitatem Panamam, in Indiam nauigauit. Secundo, iter nobilissimi equitis Thomae Candisch, qui duorum ferè annorum spacio, 13000. Anglicana miliaria in mari confecit, vbi describuntur quoque omnia quae in hoc itinere ipsi acciderunt & visa sunt. Tertio, duo itinera, nobilissimi & fortissimi equitis Gualtheri Ralech quibus describitur auriferum & potentissimum regnum Guiana, ad septentrionem fluminis Orenoque, alias Oregliana dicti, situm cum metropoli eius Manoa & Macuieguarai, aliisque finitimis regionibus & fluuis, mercibus item praestantissimis & mercatura, quae in regno hoc exercetur, cuius luculenta tabula geographica in fronte operis occurrit.
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Primo quidem Anglicana lingua partim ab equitibus ipsis, partim ab aliis, qui hisce intineribus inter fuerunt sparsim consignata: iam vero in vnum corpus redacta, & in Latinum sermonem conuersa figurisq[ue] & Imaginibus artificiose illustrata & in lucem emissa, opera & sumptibus Ioh. Theodorici de Bry P. M. haeredum
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
  • lat
  • eng
  • lat
Member of
Cataloging source
RIBRL
Citation location within source
  • 166
  • I: p. 402-403
  • 625/34
Citation source
  • Church, E.D. Discovery
  • JCB Lib. cat., pre-1675
  • Alden, J.E. European Americana
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
  • plates
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://bibfra.me/vocab/lite/organizationName
Theodor de Bry (Firm)
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1528-1598
  • 1561-1623
  • -1611
  • 1568-
  • 1552?-1618
  • -1618
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Bry, Theodor de
  • Bry, Johann Theodor de
  • Bry, Johann Israel de
  • Arthus, Gotthard
  • Raleigh, Walter
  • Pretty, Francis
  • Kemys, Lawrence
Series statement
Great voyages
Series volume
pt. 8
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Drake, Francis
  • Cavendish, Thomas
  • Raleigh, Walter
  • Does, Pieter van der
  • Voyages around the world
  • Guiana
  • Canary Islands
  • America
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Americae pars VIII. : Continens primo, Descriptionem trium itinerum nobilissimi et fortissimi equitis Francisci Draken, qui circumnauigato vniuerso terrarum orbe, postea copiis nauticis, ad expugnandum ciuitatem Panamam, in Indiam nauigauit. Secundo, iter nobilissimi equitis Thomae Candisch, qui duorum ferè annorum spacio, 13000. Anglicana miliaria in mari confecit, vbi describuntur quoque omnia quae in hoc itinere ipsi acciderunt & visa sunt. Tertio, duo itinera, nobilissimi & fortissimi equitis Gualtheri Ralech quibus describitur auriferum & potentissimum regnum Guiana, ad septentrionem fluminis Orenoque, alias Oregliana dicti, situm cum metropoli eius Manoa & Macuieguarai, aliisque finitimis regionibus & fluuis, mercibus item praestantissimis & mercatura, quae in regno hoc exercetur, cuius luculenta tabula geographica in fronte operis occurrit., Primo quidem Anglicana lingua partim ab equitibus ipsis, partim ab aliis, qui hisce intineribus inter fuerunt sparsim consignata: iam vero in vnum corpus redacta, & in Latinum sermonem conuersa figurisq[ue] & Imaginibus artificiose illustrata & in lucem emissa, opera & sumptibus Ioh. Theodorici de Bry P. M. haeredum
Link
https://archive.org/details/americaeparsviii00theo
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • First edition printed in Frankfurt am Main, 1599
  • Constitutes the eighth part, first issue of the second Latin edition of Theodor de Bry's Great voyages, printed in fourteen parts, in Latin, German, French, and English, in Frankfurt am Main, Oppenheim, and Hanau from 1590-1644, and the Elenchus, an outline of the thirteen Latin parts, published by Matthias Merian in Frankfurt am Main in 1634
  • This work has been identified as the first issue of part eight of the second Latin edition of the Great voyages by Church
  • The first issue of the second edition of Latin part eight can be identified by the text printed in two parallel columns; there are 25 illustrations in text, including the full page illustration of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden found in part 1, and a double map of the northeastern part of South America with text in Latin and German; illustrations on p. 137, 138, and 142 first appeared as plates XIII, XIIII, and XV of the first German edition printed in Frankfurt am Main, 1599; the illustrations which appear on p. 12, 55, 57 [repeated on 79], 134, and 145 are first printed here
  • This part contains relations of six different voyages; three by Drake, one by Candish or Cavendish, and two by Sir Walter Raleigh. Drake's first voyage took place in 1577-1580. No description of it had previously been published. This account, from which de Bry, and later Hakluyt, published it in Latin and English respectively, was written by Niño de Sylva, a Portuguese. The second voyage of Drake around the world was finished in 1585. De Bry's account is based upon that of Thomas Cates. Drake's third voyage, directed against the Spanish at Panama, took place in 1595-1596. This account is taken from his log-book of the expedition, which was continued by his men. Thomas Candish, or Cavendish, circumnavigated the world in 1586-1588. An account of the voyage was written in English by Thomas [i.e. Francis] Pretty who accompanied him. It was published by Hakluyt. De Bry's narrative appears to have been based upon a manuscript account of Pretty's relation. The first voyage of Sir Walter Raleigh was undertaken in 1595, during which he visited Guiana. He himself published an account of it in London in 1596. The second voyage, attributed to Raleigh, does not appear to have been made by him, but by Laurent Keymis, a companion of the voyage of 1595, who set out for Guiana in 1596. On his return he wrote a description of his voyage which was published in London in the same year. Pages 129-150 [160], in this edition, contain a narrative not to be found in the first. This is an account of an expedition made by the Dutch in 1599, under Pieter van der Does against the Spaniards, particularly at the Canaries. Cf. Church
  • Page 127 contains the catchword "Histo-" with p. 128 blank. Please see the possible explanation in Church, no. 166
  • Contains a double map of the northeastern part of South America with text in Latin and German bound between p. 2 and 3, 1st count, and 25 in text illustrations
  • Signatures: A6 (A1 verso blank) B-K6 L4 (L4 verso blank) M-N6 (N6 blank)
  • Errors in paging: p. 9 misnumbered 6 and p. 150 is misnumbered 160
  • Fully engraved and illustrated title page; large map of the mare del nort vignette on title page; engraved head and tail pieces; initials
Edition
Second edition
Extent
1 online resource (160 [i.e. 150], [2] pages, [1] double leaf of plates
Form of item
online
Note
John Carter Brown Library copy has double map of the northeastern part of South America with text in Latin and German bound between p. 2 and 3, 1st count, and 25 in text illustrations.
Other physical details
illustrations, map)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1039517203
Label
Americae pars VIII. : Continens primo, Descriptionem trium itinerum nobilissimi et fortissimi equitis Francisci Draken, qui circumnauigato vniuerso terrarum orbe, postea copiis nauticis, ad expugnandum ciuitatem Panamam, in Indiam nauigauit. Secundo, iter nobilissimi equitis Thomae Candisch, qui duorum ferè annorum spacio, 13000. Anglicana miliaria in mari confecit, vbi describuntur quoque omnia quae in hoc itinere ipsi acciderunt & visa sunt. Tertio, duo itinera, nobilissimi & fortissimi equitis Gualtheri Ralech quibus describitur auriferum & potentissimum regnum Guiana, ad septentrionem fluminis Orenoque, alias Oregliana dicti, situm cum metropoli eius Manoa & Macuieguarai, aliisque finitimis regionibus & fluuis, mercibus item praestantissimis & mercatura, quae in regno hoc exercetur, cuius luculenta tabula geographica in fronte operis occurrit., Primo quidem Anglicana lingua partim ab equitibus ipsis, partim ab aliis, qui hisce intineribus inter fuerunt sparsim consignata: iam vero in vnum corpus redacta, & in Latinum sermonem conuersa figurisq[ue] & Imaginibus artificiose illustrata & in lucem emissa, opera & sumptibus Ioh. Theodorici de Bry P. M. haeredum
Link
https://archive.org/details/americaeparsviii00theo
Publication
Note
  • First edition printed in Frankfurt am Main, 1599
  • Constitutes the eighth part, first issue of the second Latin edition of Theodor de Bry's Great voyages, printed in fourteen parts, in Latin, German, French, and English, in Frankfurt am Main, Oppenheim, and Hanau from 1590-1644, and the Elenchus, an outline of the thirteen Latin parts, published by Matthias Merian in Frankfurt am Main in 1634
  • This work has been identified as the first issue of part eight of the second Latin edition of the Great voyages by Church
  • The first issue of the second edition of Latin part eight can be identified by the text printed in two parallel columns; there are 25 illustrations in text, including the full page illustration of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden found in part 1, and a double map of the northeastern part of South America with text in Latin and German; illustrations on p. 137, 138, and 142 first appeared as plates XIII, XIIII, and XV of the first German edition printed in Frankfurt am Main, 1599; the illustrations which appear on p. 12, 55, 57 [repeated on 79], 134, and 145 are first printed here
  • This part contains relations of six different voyages; three by Drake, one by Candish or Cavendish, and two by Sir Walter Raleigh. Drake's first voyage took place in 1577-1580. No description of it had previously been published. This account, from which de Bry, and later Hakluyt, published it in Latin and English respectively, was written by Niño de Sylva, a Portuguese. The second voyage of Drake around the world was finished in 1585. De Bry's account is based upon that of Thomas Cates. Drake's third voyage, directed against the Spanish at Panama, took place in 1595-1596. This account is taken from his log-book of the expedition, which was continued by his men. Thomas Candish, or Cavendish, circumnavigated the world in 1586-1588. An account of the voyage was written in English by Thomas [i.e. Francis] Pretty who accompanied him. It was published by Hakluyt. De Bry's narrative appears to have been based upon a manuscript account of Pretty's relation. The first voyage of Sir Walter Raleigh was undertaken in 1595, during which he visited Guiana. He himself published an account of it in London in 1596. The second voyage, attributed to Raleigh, does not appear to have been made by him, but by Laurent Keymis, a companion of the voyage of 1595, who set out for Guiana in 1596. On his return he wrote a description of his voyage which was published in London in the same year. Pages 129-150 [160], in this edition, contain a narrative not to be found in the first. This is an account of an expedition made by the Dutch in 1599, under Pieter van der Does against the Spaniards, particularly at the Canaries. Cf. Church
  • Page 127 contains the catchword "Histo-" with p. 128 blank. Please see the possible explanation in Church, no. 166
  • Contains a double map of the northeastern part of South America with text in Latin and German bound between p. 2 and 3, 1st count, and 25 in text illustrations
  • Signatures: A6 (A1 verso blank) B-K6 L4 (L4 verso blank) M-N6 (N6 blank)
  • Errors in paging: p. 9 misnumbered 6 and p. 150 is misnumbered 160
  • Fully engraved and illustrated title page; large map of the mare del nort vignette on title page; engraved head and tail pieces; initials
Edition
Second edition
Extent
1 online resource (160 [i.e. 150], [2] pages, [1] double leaf of plates
Form of item
online
Note
John Carter Brown Library copy has double map of the northeastern part of South America with text in Latin and German bound between p. 2 and 3, 1st count, and 25 in text illustrations.
Other physical details
illustrations, map)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1039517203

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