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Hakluyt

Richard. ?1552--1616, English geographer, who compiled The Principal Navigations, Voyages, and Discoveries of the English Nation (1589)
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16) All of the Persian material printed in Hakluyt can be found in 1:361-85, 413-25, and 440-55.
See Richard Hakluyt, The Principall Navigations (London, 1589), The Epstle Dedicatorie, p.
In Hakluyt as well as in Richard Eburne colonization could relieve England of its burden of the poor, unemployed, and unable.
This combination of love and fear, Scanlon suggests, is the formula revisited and revised repeatedly by Protestant ideologues, be they secular like Thomas Harriot, Richard Hakluyt, and Theodore DeBry, or clergymen such as Robert Gray, William Crashaw, and John Donne, or colonists such as Roger Williams and John Eliot.
eds), The Malaspina Expedition, 1789-1794: the Journal of the Voyage by Alejandro Malaspina, Hakluyt Society in association with the Museo Naval, London & Madrid, 2001, 1:xxix-lxxvii.
As Secretary of the Hakluyt Society he would have known several other figures connected with the Casement story, most obviously Sir Basil Thomson, the man credited with `discovering' the diaries.
Raleigh's Discoverie, cited from Richard Hakluyt, Principal Navigations, 12 vols.
Readers of Hart's lucid study are likely to find coverage of previously littleknown but significant writers and fresh treatments of such familiar figures as Richard Hakluyt, Walter Ralegh, and Andre Thevet.
Secretary of both the Royal Geographical Society and the Hakluyt Society.
Richard Hakluyt, The Principal Navigations, Voyages & Discoveries of the English Nation, 12 vols.
Between these two dates, ten accounts (excluding a poem) were published, some by Richard Hakluyt and Purchas who edited and "censored" the accounts, and others by independent printers who were eager to capitalize on the market for such accounts.
Felipe Fernandez-Armesto's lecture in the Philip II series will be the annual Hakluyt Society Lecture at the Royal Geographical Society on July 1st.