Transactions of the Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art, Volume 38

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Devonshire Press, 1906 - Devon (England)
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Page 4 - The Council and the Editor desire it to be understood that they are not answerable for any statements, observations, or opinions appearing in any paper printed by the Society; the authors only are responsible. The Transactions of the Society are not published, nor are they on sale. They are printed for Members only.
Page 233 - Of our special grace and our certain knowledge and mere motion we have given and granted and by these presents for us our heirs and successors do give and grant to the aforesaid
Page 463 - was to have done his Majesty service, if he should have been pleased to employ him; yet to give them content, he hath not spared him, when by preserving him, he might have given great satisfaction to his Subjects, and had at command, upon all occasions as useful a man as served any Prince in
Page 414 - A Declaration of the Demeanor and Cariage of Sir Walter Raleigh, Knight, aswell in his Voyage, as in, and sithence his Returne; And of the true motiues and inducements which occasioned His Maiestie to Proceed in doing Justice vpon him, as hath
Page 473 - any of the world, at least of so much of the world as is knowen to the Spanish nation: it is founded vpon a lake of salt water of 200 leagues long like vnto mare
Page 233 - given and granted and by these presents for us our heirs and successors do give and grant to the aforesaid John
Page 422 - that is passed already, the king having under his broad seal made you admiral of your fleet, and given you power of the martial law over your officers and soldiers.
Page 479 - against the Spaniards inhabiting vpon Orenoke if they offered to assaile him (not that itt is meant to offend the Spaniards there or to beginne any quarrell with them except themselves shall beginne the warre). " To knowe what number of men shall be sufficient may itt please your Lordshipps to informe your selves by
Page 232 - the Lady Elizabeth by the grace of God of England, France, and Ireland, Queen, Defender of the Faith, etc.,
Page 477 - not allow of that course, because you cannot Land so secretly but that some Indians on the River side may discover you, who giving knowledge of your passage to the Spaniards you may be cut off before you can recover your

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