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The Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus: To Which Are Added Those of ...
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admiral adventurers Agueybana Aguilar alcalde mayor Alonzo de Ojeda Amerigo Vespucci appears armed arrived arrows Bachelor Enciso beheld bishop brigantines cacique called canoes caravel Casas cavalier CHAPTER cique coast Codro Colombo colony Columbus command companions crew crown Cuba Darien death decad Diego Columbus discovered discovery Don Diego embarked enemy enterprise expedition father favor Fernando forest fortune Francisco Pizarro gave Genoa gold governor Gulf Gulf of Uraba harbor Herrera Hispaniola Hist Indians Indies inhabitants island Juan Ponce land leagues letter lumbus Marco Polo mountains natives Nicuesa night ocean Ojeda Olano Paria pearls Pedrarias perils Peter Martyr Pinzon Pizarro Ponce de Leon port possession prisoner province provisions received remained river royal sailed San Domingo San Sebastian savages sent Seville ships shore sovereigns Spain Spaniards Spanish spirit squadron tion took trees Vasco Nunez Veragua vessel village voyage warriors World wounded
Página 197 - It was indeed one of the most sublime discoveries that had yet been made in the New World, and must have opened a boundless field of conjecture to the wondering Spaniards. The imagination delights to picture forth the splendid confusion of their thoughts.
Página 196 - Christian has never entered to preach the holy doctrine of the Evangelists. As to yourselves, be as you have hitherto been, faithful and true to me, and by the favour of Christ you will become the richest Spaniards that have ever come to the Indies ; you will render the greatest services to your king that ever vassal rendered to his lord ; and you will have the eternal glory and advantage of all that is here discovered, conquered, and converted to our holy...
Página 203 - Indian islands, and Terra Firma, northern and • southern, with all their seas, both at the arctic and antarctic poles, on either side of the equinoctial line, whether within or without the tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, both now and in all times, as long as the world endures, and until the final day of judgment of all mankind.