Works Issued by the Hakluyt Society, 62. cilt

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The Society, 1880
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a two volume travelogue written in c1750. Interesting, but not to be read in its full mind-numbing details. Tam incelemeyi okuyun

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Sayfa 116 - The first is the great service which we shall perform to Our Lord in casting the Moors out of this country, and quenching the fire of this sect of Muhammad so that it may never burst out again hereafter...
Sayfa 118 - Manuel in taking this city, because it is the headquarters of all the spiceries and drugs which the Moors carry every year hence to the Straits without our being able to prevent them from so doing; but if we deprive them of this their ancient market there, there does not remain for them a single port, nor a single situation, so commodious in the whole of these parts, where they can carry on their trade in these things.
Sayfa 117 - ... never burst out again hereafter; and I am so sanguine as to hope for this from our undertaking, that if we can only achieve the task before us, it will result in the Moors resigning India altogether to our rule, for the greater part of them...
Sayfa xi - By my faith, said Arthur, I will give you what gift ye will ask. Well, said the damsel, go ye into yonder barge and row yourself to the sword, and take it and the scabbard with you, and I will ask my gift when I see my time.
Sayfa 117 - For when we were committing ourselves to the business of cruising in the Straits [of the Red Sea], where the King of Portugal had often ordered me to go (for it was there...
Sayfa 260 - ... a yearly tribute to the Crown. All this is the result of our holding Goa, without my waging war upon any of these princes. ' And I hold it to be free from doubt, that if fortresses be built in Diu and Calicut (as I trust in Our Lord they will be), when once they have been well fortified, if a thousand of the Sultan's ships were to make their way to India, not one of these places could be brought again under his dominion.
Sayfa 85 - Malaca, that if there were another world, and another navigable route, yet all would resort to the city, for in her they would find every different sort of drugs and spices which can be mentioned in the world...
Sayfa 260 - India by placing all your power and strength in your navy only (a policy at once doubtful and full of serious inconveniences) ; for this, and not to build fortresses, is the very thing which the Moors of these lands wish you to do...
Sayfa 39 - As soon as the port of Goa was on the point of completion [writes Danvers] Albuquerque dispatched several captains along the coast with orders to compel all the ships they met with to go into that port. This he did for two reasons, firstly, that he might benefit the harbour and re-people the city, and that the caravans of Narsinga...
Sayfa 20 - God, king of Portugal and of the Algarves, on this and that side of the ocean in Africa, lord of Guinea, and of the Conquest, Navigation and Commerce of Ethiopia, Arabia, Persia and India, to as many as shall see this grant of ours, we make known I etc., as in No.

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