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British Library Manuscripts, Lansdowne Volume 100
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1. A narrative of the unwarrantable doings of Captain Furbisher, from the beginning of his voyage in the Company's service, May 20, 1576.
2. Capt. Winter's voyage with Mr. Drake to the Streights of Magellan, June 2, 1579. Written for the use of Lord Burghley.
3. Capt. Wytherington's and Capt. Lyster's voyage to the South Seas, in the Red Dragon and the bark Clifford, at the cost of the Earl of Cumberland, June 26, 1586. Compiled by John Sarocould, and copied for the use of Lord Burghley.
4. Mr. Greenfield's discourse of a Streight in the N. W. Passage to Cathay and the East Indies; with a confutation of those who think the discovery most feasible to the North of Baccalaos.
5. An account of Mons. Strozzo's defeat, and his brave way of defending himself, in an expedition for Don Antonio against the Spaniards.
6. Arguments proving the Queen's property in the sea lands and salt shores of the same; and that no subject can hold the same without her especial grant.
7. Mr. Robert Thorne's account of the discovery of the ice Islands; with his exhortation to K. Hen. VIII. to attempt discoveries Northward. Written 1527.
8. Philip Sparrow's diary of a short excursion or cruize to the Westward; sent to Captain John Wilson, 1585. Damaged by moisture.
9. Mr. Herritt and Mr. Hayes's discourses concerning the discovery of Newfoundland. On two papers, damaged by moisture.
10. Anthony Parkhurst's account of advantages arising from encouraging traffic at Newfoundland.
11. A discourse of Sir Francis Drake's voyage, which (as he says) by God's grace he shall well perform, April 25, 1586. Damaged by moisture.
12. A journal of the Commanders' voyage to and actions in Spain, 1589. Damaged by moisture.
13. Captain Crofts report of his voyage by sea, which he made in the year 1597.
14. A discourse on the discovery of the hithermost parts of America, written by Capt. Carleill to the Citizens of London.
15. An account of Mr. Jenkinson's proceedings with the Emperor of Russia, for settling the commerce of English Merchants trading thither, 1571. Very much damaged by moisture.
16. An account of Stephen Lesieur's proceedings and success in his negotiations with several Princes of the Empire, for the Queen's service.
17. An account of all the Bishops' sees and chief ecclesiastical dignities throughhout the world. (Latin.)
18. A discourse addressed to Lord Burghley, concerning a discovery of lands beyond the equinoctial line; with the utility of the same.
19. A description of the Tower at Strasburgh, and its famous astronomical clock, in a copy of a letter of Mr. Stephen Powle to Mr. West.
20. Mr. Stephen Powle's account of his travels and adventures; in a letter to his father, June 20, 1581.
21. A long rattling incoherent account of one Beauchamp, a servant of Lord Leicester, containing his observations in foreign parts.
22. A summary of the Decree made by the Deputies of the Princes of the Empire in the Congress at Frankfurt, in April, 1569. (Latin.)
23. A summary of the embassy of Christopher Ehemius to the Elector of Saxony. (Latin.)
24. A summary of those matters which the Most Serene Duke Casimire related to the Elector of Saxony. (Latin.)
25. Various considerations for the promoting of traffic, and thereby occasioning increase of the wealth of England, Aug. 15, 1571.