The rare / Travels of Job Hortop, an Englishman, / who was not heard of in three and / twenty years space. / Wherein is declared the dangers he esca- / ped in his voyage to Gynnie, where after he was / set on shore in a wilderness near to Panico, / he endured much slavery and / bondage in the Spanish Galley. / Wherein also he discovereth many strange and wonder- / full things seen in the time of his travel, as well concer- / ning wild and savage people, as also of sundry / monstrous beasts, fishes and foules, and / also Trees of wonderful form / and quality. London, Printed for William Wright. 1591.
|Main Author:||Hortop, Job.|
Mexico > Description and travel.
West Indies > Description and travel.
One of 10 photostat copies reproduced from the original in the British museum, May, 1925.
Hortop accompanied the expedition of Sir John Hawkins, 1567-1568.
Dedicated to Elizabeth, queen of England, France and Ireland.
Collation of original: 12 l. (verso of first and last blank) Signatures: A-C
Black letter. Head and tail pieces, initials. Marginal notes.
facsim.: 23 l.
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