The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques, and Discoveries of The English Nation v. 4
Part 8 out of 8
Of their marching, charging and other martial discipline.
Of their colonies and mamtainmgof their conquests
Of the Tartars and other borderers to the country of Russia, etc.
Of the Permians, Samoites, and Lappes
The description of the regions, people and rivers lying north and
east from Moscovia, likewise the description of other countreys
and regions, even unto the empire of the great Can of Cathay,
taken out of Sigismundus ab Herbertstein
A note gathered by John Baptista Ramusius, out of Abilfada
Ishmael, concerning the trending of the ocean sea from China
The Emperor's private or houshold officers
Of the private behaviour or qualitie of the Russe people
XXXVIII. The Lord Boris Pheodorowich his letter to William Burghley, Lord
High Treasurer of England
XXXIX. The queenes majesties letter to Pheodor Ivanowich (1591)
XL. The queenes majesties letters to Boris Pheodorowich
XLI. Letter from Lord Burghley to Boris Pheodorowich
XLII. Letter from Pheodor Ivanowich to Queen Elizabeth
XLIII. Letter from Boris Pheodorowich to Queen Elizabeth
XLIV. Letter from Boris Pheodorowich to Lord Burghley
XLV. A letter given to the English merchants by Pheodor Ivanowich
XLVI. M. Garlands commission unto Thomas Simkinson for the bringing of M.
John Dee to the Emperour of Russia his court
XLVII. A letter from Edward Carland to M. John Dee for the same purpose
XLVIII. A branch of a letter from M. John Merick, touching the death of
XLIX. A letter from John Balak to Gerardus Mercator, concerning the North
L. A testimonie of the north eastern discoverie made by the English, by
John Baptista Ramusius
LI. The testimonie of Gerardus Metcator, touching the same.
LII. The testimonie of Joannes Metellus Sequanus, concerning the same.
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