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  • On the North side it hath a little Iland about one league distant from the maine Iland, betweene both of the which it is nauigable for any ships, and is called Graciosa.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • America is contained vnder one or many ylands, for from the septentrionall lat. of 75 deg. vnto the straights of Magilan it is knowne to be nauigable and hath our west occian to lymet the borders thereof, and through the straightes of Magillane no man doubteth but there is Nauigable passage, from which straightes, vpon all the Westerne borders of America, the costs of Chili,

    The Worldes Hydrographical Discription

  • I declared vnto them, that the Winter beeing a warme season, and hauing intelligence that the frozen Sea was not much frozen, and supposing this Sommer it would be nauigable, I was onely sent to prouide a

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • America is contained vnder one or many ylands, for from the septentrionall lat. of 75 deg. vnto the straights of Magilan it is knowne to be nauigable and hath our west occian to lymet the borders thereof, and through the straightes of Magillane no man doubteth but there is Nauigable passage, from which straightes, vpon all the Westerne borders of America, the costs of Chili,

    The Worldes Hydrographical Discription

  • Wherein is proued not onely by authoritie of writers, but also by late experience of trauellers, and reasons of substantiall probabilitie, that the worlde in all his zones, clymats and places, is habitable and inhabited and the seas likewise vniuersally nauigable without any naturall anoyance to hinder the same

    The Worldes Hydrographical Discription

  • Into the mids hereof there fall great riuers, which passing through the whole countrey of Serica, and being as I thinke nauigable with great vessels into the heart of the continent, may be an easie means whereby to traffique for all maner of merchandize, and transport them out of Cathaio, Mangi, Mien, and other kingdoms thereabouts into England.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • America is contained vnder one or many ylands, for from the septentrionall lat. of 75 deg. vnto the straights of Magilan it is knowne to be nauigable and hath our west occian to lymet the borders thereof, and through the straightes of Magillane no man doubteth but there is Nauigable passage, from which straightes, vpon all the Westerne borders of America, the costs of Chili,

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Wherein is proued not onely by authoritie of writers, but also by late experience of trauellers, and reasons of substantiall probabilitie, that the worlde in all his zones, clymats and places, is habitable and inhabited and the seas likewise vniuersally nauigable without any naturall anoyance to hinder the same

    The Worldes Hydrographical Discription

  • The king asked him what commoditie of soyle, or sea, or nauigable riuer lay neere vunto it, to be able to sustaine so great a number of inhabitants.

    The Arte of English Poesie

  • Our passage thither lyeth through a broad sound, (91) but all fresh water, and the chanell of a great depth, nauigable for good shipping, but out of the chanell full of shoalds.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation. Vol. XIII. America. Part II.

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