The english hero

Publication Date1777
Remainderor, Sir Francis Drake, revived. Being a full account of the dangerous voyages, admirable adventures, notable discoveries, and magnanimous Atchievements of that valiant and renowned Commander. I. His Voyage in 1572, to Nombre de Dios, in the West-Indies, where they saw a Pile of Silver, Bars near seventy Feet long, ten Feet broad, and twelve Feet high. II. His encompassing the whole World in 1577, which he performed in two Years and ten Months, gaining a vast quantity of Gold and Silver. III. His Voyage into America in 1585, and taking the Towns of St. Jago, St. Domingo, Carthagena, and St. Augustine; also his worthy Actions when Vice-Admiral of England in the Spanish Invasion, 1588. IV. His last voyage into those Countries in 1595, with the Manner of his Death and Burial. Recommended to the Imitation of all heroic Spirits. Enlarged and reduced into chapters with contents. By R. B
Publisherprinted by Wogan, Bean, and Pike, No. 23, Old-Bridge

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