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  • * British History Online *

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    East Indies, February 1553, 01 February 1553-28 February 1553

    to the kings, princes, and other potentates inhabiting the north east parts of the world, toward the mighty empire of Cathay, at such time as Sir Hugh Willoughby, Knight, and Richard Chancelor, with their company attempted their voyage thither. The

    East Indies, May 1565, 01 May 1565-31 May 1565

    North Seas. Discovery of the Indies and seas occidental by Spain. The best yet undiscovered, the famous [country ] of Cathay and infinite islands near where are gold, siver, precious stones, and other treasures. Commodities to be had from the

    East Indies, December 1566, 01 December 1566-31 December 1566

    a long time having been said or done concerning the discovery of a passage by the north east to Cathay, beseeches Her Majesty that he may have privileges according to articles set forth to make trial thereof at his own

    East Indies, July 1577, 01 July 1577-31 July 1577

    second voyage to Cathay. Domestic, Eliz., Vol. CXIX., No . 45. Cal., p . 573: the date is supplied by the preceding . ] 1577. 49 . Names of the Venturers in the second voyage for Cathay, & c. [

    East Indies, December 1575, 01 December 1575-31 December 1575

    Viceroy to this coast, who found ships from Cathay in a certain haven, laden with merchandise, with flags painted with birds called Alcatrizae. The mariners declared by signs that they came from Cathay in thirty days. [ One page. Indorsed

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 19 [Merchants.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT.

    Court were also Adventurers) sent Martin Furbisher, or Frobusher, in a Voyage to discover a Passage by Sea North-Westward to Cathay . Which Voyage cost 1600l. Wherein Michael Lock was one of the chief Adventurers, and Treasurer. From this Voyage

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the sentiment expressed by our Tennyson in Locksley Nall: the " Better fifty years of Europe than a cycle of Cathay." ill And also bv our eminent countryman, the author of the The Xpic of Eades. the "Life is Act Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G 6OOp.; ac, yn ddarostyngedig i awdurdodaeth Seneddol iFr Cytundeb i hagddywededig, yn cynyg hefyd le i adeiladu yn Mharc Cathay s; a gwn-ant y cynvg hwn cr mwyn cario allan, Os eauiateir iddynt gan y Llys, eu dyrmuniad a'u Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wise mer- chann-November 10, J. Evans, Darwen, Lancashire, iron- founder-September 27, M, Yates, Bristol, merchont-septem her 25, T. W. Gibbs, Cathay, Bristol, soap maker. CERTIFICATES-SErTErsEn 20. T. Woodman, Great Billington, Bedfordelire, farmer-J. Hopkins, Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordvhire, butcher-E. Paine, Liverpool, drysalter-W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    religions consolation to the poor, she had presumed to solicit her to visit a poor woman at a place in Cathay, which she named, to administer some relief to her mind. That the poor woman did not need pecuniary assistance, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    F/arrington, L~ancashire, maltators, IN SOLVENTS. T. Baker, Honiton, Devonshire,carrier. T. S. Hook, Falmouth, Cornwall, carrier. | BANKRUPTCY ANNULLED. 1. Grant, Cathay, Bristol, baker. 8 BANKRUPTS. W. Stent, Oxford street, busier. [(Hrdwick and Davidson, Weavers' hall, Basinghall street. H. Cundall, Little Subscribers-only content


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