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Burrage, Henry S. (Henry Sweetser), 1837-1926,
Early English and French voyages, chiefly from Hakluyt, 1534-1608 / by Henry S Burrage. - New York : Scriber’s sons, 1906. - 451 p. Index.

Introduction.--The first relation of Jaques Carthier of S. Malo.--A shorte and briefe narration (Cartier's second voyage)--The third voyage of discovery made by Captaine Jaques Cartier.--The voyage of M. Hore.--The voyage made by M. John Hawkins, esquire, written by John Sparke.--The third troublesome voyage made with the Jesus of Lubec, by J. Hawkins.--The world encompassed by Sir Francis Drake (California)--A report of the voyage of Sir Humfrey Gilbert, knight, by Master Edward Haies.--The first voyage made to the coasts of America, by Captain Arthur Barlowe.--Account of the particularities of the imployments of the Englishmen left in Virginia, by Master Ralph Lane.--A third voyage to Virginia.--The fourth voyage made to Virginia in the yere 1587, by Governor John White

The fifth voyage of M. John White.--Briefe and true relation of the discoverie of the north part of Virginia, by John Brereton.--A voyage set out from the citie of Bristoll, by Martin Pring.--A true relation of the voyage of Captaine George Waymouth, by James Rosier.--A relation of a voyage to Sagadahoc, probably written by J. Davies

Kirke, Henry, 1842-1925
The first English conquest of Canada; with some account of the earliest settlements in Nova Scotia and Newfoundland. - London : Bemrose & sons, 1871. - 227 p.
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