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The Voyages of the ever renowned Sr. Francis Drake into the West Indies viz., his great adventures for gold and silver, with the gaining thereof, and an account of his surprising of Nombre de Dios : a large account of that voyage wherein he encompassed the world : his voyage made with Francis Knollis, and others, their taking the towns of St. Jago, Sancto Domingo, Carthageno, and Saint Augustin : his last voyage (in which he died) being accompanied with several valiant commanders, and the manner of his burial : collected out of the notes of the most approved authors, to which is added an account of his valorous exploits in the Spanish invasion.

Title:The Voyages of the ever renowned Sr. Francis Drake into the West Indies viz., his great adventures for gold and silver, with the gaining thereof, and an account of his surprising of Nombre de Dios : a large account of that voyage wherein he encompassed the world : his voyage made with Francis Knollis, and others, their taking the towns of St. Jago, Sancto Domingo, Carthageno, and Saint Augustin : his last voyage (in which he died) being accompanied with several valiant commanders, and the manner of his burial : collected out of the notes of the most approved authors, to which is added an account of his valorous exploits in the Spanish invasion.
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Note:London : Printed for Thomas Malthus ..., 1683
  
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Subject:Drake, Francis, Sir, 1540?-1596
Subject:West Indies -- Discovery and exploration
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