The Resource Sir Francis Drake revived. : Who is or may be a pattern to stirre up all heroicke and active spirits of these times, to benefit their countrey and eternize their names by like noble attempts. Being a summary and true relation of foure severall voyages made by the said Sir Francis Drake to the West-Indies. Viz. His dangerous adventuring for gold and silver with the gaining thereof. And the surprizing of Nombre de dios by himselfe and two and fifty men. His encompassing the world. His voyage made with Chistopher Carleill, Martin Frobusher, Francis Knollis, and others. Their taking the townes of Saint Jago, Sancto Domingo, Carthagena and Saint Augustine. His last voyage (in which he dyed) being accompanied with Sir John Hawkins, Sir Thomas Baskerfield, Sir Nicholas Clifford, with others. His manner of buriall. Collected out of the notes of the said Sir Francis Drake, Mastet [sic] Philip Nichols, Master Francis Fletcher, preachers, and notes of divers other gentlemen (who went on the said voyages) carefully compared together, (electronic resource)

Sir Francis Drake revived. : Who is or may be a pattern to stirre up all heroicke and active spirits of these times, to benefit their countrey and eternize their names by like noble attempts. Being a summary and true relation of foure severall voyages made by the said Sir Francis Drake to the West-Indies. Viz. His dangerous adventuring for gold and silver with the gaining thereof. And the surprizing of Nombre de dios by himselfe and two and fifty men. His encompassing the world. His voyage made with Chistopher Carleill, Martin Frobusher, Francis Knollis, and others. Their taking the townes of Saint Jago, Sancto Domingo, Carthagena and Saint Augustine. His last voyage (in which he dyed) being accompanied with Sir John Hawkins, Sir Thomas Baskerfield, Sir Nicholas Clifford, with others. His manner of buriall. Collected out of the notes of the said Sir Francis Drake, Mastet [sic] Philip Nichols, Master Francis Fletcher, preachers, and notes of divers other gentlemen (who went on the said voyages) carefully compared together, (electronic resource)

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Sir Francis Drake revived. : Who is or may be a pattern to stirre up all heroicke and active spirits of these times, to benefit their countrey and eternize their names by like noble attempts. Being a summary and true relation of foure severall voyages made by the said Sir Francis Drake to the West-Indies. Viz. His dangerous adventuring for gold and silver with the gaining thereof. And the surprizing of Nombre de dios by himselfe and two and fifty men. His encompassing the world. His voyage made with Chistopher Carleill, Martin Frobusher, Francis Knollis, and others. Their taking the townes of Saint Jago, Sancto Domingo, Carthagena and Saint Augustine. His last voyage (in which he dyed) being accompanied with Sir John Hawkins, Sir Thomas Baskerfield, Sir Nicholas Clifford, with others. His manner of buriall. Collected out of the notes of the said Sir Francis Drake, Mastet [sic] Philip Nichols, Master Francis Fletcher, preachers, and notes of divers other gentlemen (who went on the said voyages) carefully compared together
Title
Sir Francis Drake revived.
Title remainder
Who is or may be a pattern to stirre up all heroicke and active spirits of these times, to benefit their countrey and eternize their names by like noble attempts. Being a summary and true relation of foure severall voyages made by the said Sir Francis Drake to the West-Indies. Viz. His dangerous adventuring for gold and silver with the gaining thereof. And the surprizing of Nombre de dios by himselfe and two and fifty men. His encompassing the world. His voyage made with Chistopher Carleill, Martin Frobusher, Francis Knollis, and others. Their taking the townes of Saint Jago, Sancto Domingo, Carthagena and Saint Augustine. His last voyage (in which he dyed) being accompanied with Sir John Hawkins, Sir Thomas Baskerfield, Sir Nicholas Clifford, with others. His manner of buriall. Collected out of the notes of the said Sir Francis Drake, Mastet [sic] Philip Nichols, Master Francis Fletcher, preachers, and notes of divers other gentlemen (who went on the said voyages) carefully compared together
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Subject
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Language
eng
Summary
eebo-0158
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Cataloging source
Cu-RivES
Citation location within source
  • D84
  • W3586
  • E.679[11]
Citation source
  • Wing (2nd ed.)
  • Wing (2nd ed.)
  • Thomason
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  • World encompassed by Sir Francis Drake
  • Summarie and true discourse of Sir Francis Drakes West-Indian voyage
  • Full relation of another voyage into the West Indies, made by Sir Francis Drake
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • d. 1637
  • active 16th century
  • d. 1586
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  • Drake, Francis
  • Nichols, Philip
  • Fletcher, Francis
  • Bigges, Walter
  • R. D
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  • Drake
  • Voyages and travels
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general
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Sir Francis Drake revived. : Who is or may be a pattern to stirre up all heroicke and active spirits of these times, to benefit their countrey and eternize their names by like noble attempts. Being a summary and true relation of foure severall voyages made by the said Sir Francis Drake to the West-Indies. Viz. His dangerous adventuring for gold and silver with the gaining thereof. And the surprizing of Nombre de dios by himselfe and two and fifty men. His encompassing the world. His voyage made with Chistopher Carleill, Martin Frobusher, Francis Knollis, and others. Their taking the townes of Saint Jago, Sancto Domingo, Carthagena and Saint Augustine. His last voyage (in which he dyed) being accompanied with Sir John Hawkins, Sir Thomas Baskerfield, Sir Nicholas Clifford, with others. His manner of buriall. Collected out of the notes of the said Sir Francis Drake, Mastet [sic] Philip Nichols, Master Francis Fletcher, preachers, and notes of divers other gentlemen (who went on the said voyages) carefully compared together, (electronic resource)
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https://search.proquest.com/docview/2264192848
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Publication
Note
  • Preface signed: R.D
  • In four parts, each with separate dated title page. Part 2: Drake, Sir Francis. The world encompassed by Sir Francis Drake (Nicholas Bourne, 1652). Part 3: Bigges, W. A summarie and true discourse of Sir Francis Drakes West-Indian Voyage. (Nicholas Bourne, 1652). Part 4: A full relation of another voyage into the West Indies, made by Sir Francis Drake. Parts 3 and 4 have continuous pagination and register
  • Thomason received his copy November 8, 1652
  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "Nouemb: 8. 1652"
  • Part 2 = Wing W3586; also issued separately?
  • All four parts identified as D2122 on Early English books microfilm 181:14; part two identified as F1329 on Early English books microfilm 1229:17; parts three and four identified as B2887 on Early English books microfilm 122:1
  • Reproductions of the originals in the Huntington Library (Early English books 181:14;) and the British Library (Early English books 122:1 parts 3 and 4 only; Early English books 1229:17 part 2 only) and (Thomason Tracts E.679[11])
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file reproduced from microform
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black and white
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unknown
Extent
[8], 87, [5], 108; 60 p.
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
Other physical details
ill., port.
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
CL0051000004
System control number
  • (UnM)99859613e
  • (UnM)99859613
Label
Sir Francis Drake revived. : Who is or may be a pattern to stirre up all heroicke and active spirits of these times, to benefit their countrey and eternize their names by like noble attempts. Being a summary and true relation of foure severall voyages made by the said Sir Francis Drake to the West-Indies. Viz. His dangerous adventuring for gold and silver with the gaining thereof. And the surprizing of Nombre de dios by himselfe and two and fifty men. His encompassing the world. His voyage made with Chistopher Carleill, Martin Frobusher, Francis Knollis, and others. Their taking the townes of Saint Jago, Sancto Domingo, Carthagena and Saint Augustine. His last voyage (in which he dyed) being accompanied with Sir John Hawkins, Sir Thomas Baskerfield, Sir Nicholas Clifford, with others. His manner of buriall. Collected out of the notes of the said Sir Francis Drake, Mastet [sic] Philip Nichols, Master Francis Fletcher, preachers, and notes of divers other gentlemen (who went on the said voyages) carefully compared together, (electronic resource)
Link
https://search.proquest.com/docview/2264192848
Publication
Note
  • Preface signed: R.D
  • In four parts, each with separate dated title page. Part 2: Drake, Sir Francis. The world encompassed by Sir Francis Drake (Nicholas Bourne, 1652). Part 3: Bigges, W. A summarie and true discourse of Sir Francis Drakes West-Indian Voyage. (Nicholas Bourne, 1652). Part 4: A full relation of another voyage into the West Indies, made by Sir Francis Drake. Parts 3 and 4 have continuous pagination and register
  • Thomason received his copy November 8, 1652
  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "Nouemb: 8. 1652"
  • Part 2 = Wing W3586; also issued separately?
  • All four parts identified as D2122 on Early English books microfilm 181:14; part two identified as F1329 on Early English books microfilm 1229:17; parts three and four identified as B2887 on Early English books microfilm 122:1
  • Reproductions of the originals in the Huntington Library (Early English books 181:14;) and the British Library (Early English books 122:1 parts 3 and 4 only; Early English books 1229:17 part 2 only) and (Thomason Tracts E.679[11])
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[8], 87, [5], 108; 60 p.
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
Other physical details
ill., port.
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
CL0051000004
System control number
  • (UnM)99859613e
  • (UnM)99859613

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